The Resource Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesu. Humanitas theologica in qua M.T. Cicero De natura deorum. : Argumentis, expositionibus, illustrationibus nunc primum insignis in lucem prodit. Eademque opera quicquid homo solo rationis lumine de Deo percipere potuit, ex omni antiquitate in apertum profertur

Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesu. Humanitas theologica in qua M.T. Cicero De natura deorum. : Argumentis, expositionibus, illustrationibus nunc primum insignis in lucem prodit. Eademque opera quicquid homo solo rationis lumine de Deo percipere potuit, ex omni antiquitate in apertum profertur

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Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesu. Humanitas theologica in qua M.T. Cicero De natura deorum. : Argumentis, expositionibus, illustrationibus nunc primum insignis in lucem prodit. Eademque opera quicquid homo solo rationis lumine de Deo percipere potuit, ex omni antiquitate in apertum profertur
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Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesu. Humanitas theologica in qua M.T. Cicero De natura deorum.
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Argumentis, expositionibus, illustrationibus nunc primum insignis in lucem prodit. Eademque opera quicquid homo solo rationis lumine de Deo percipere potuit, ex omni antiquitate in apertum profertur
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Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesv. Hvmanitas theologica in qva M.T. Cicero De natvra deorvm
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Lescalopier, Pierre
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1585-1669
  • 1811-1851
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  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius
  • Cramoisy, Sébastien
  • Gibson, Benjamin
  • Liverpool Royal Institution
  • Imprimerie royale (France)
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  • Gods
  • Natural theology
  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius
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Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesu. Humanitas theologica in qua M.T. Cicero De natura deorum. : Argumentis, expositionibus, illustrationibus nunc primum insignis in lucem prodit. Eademque opera quicquid homo solo rationis lumine de Deo percipere potuit, ex omni antiquitate in apertum profertur
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  • Signatures: ã4 ẽ i4̃ õ2 A-BBBbb4 CCCcc2
  • Title-page in red and black
  • Printer's device on title-page with motto: 'Honora patrem tuum et matrem tuam vt sis longaeuus super terram ex xx', and monogram: 'SC'
  • With the text of De natura deorum
  • Text printed in double columns
  • Includes index
  • With errata on pages [16] and [17] of final unnumbered sequence
  • Leaf 4G3 mis-signed 4E3
  • With an imprimatur dated 1659 "De mandato regis. Maboul" on page [18] of final unnumbered sequence
Dimensions
2° (37 cm)
Extent
[28], 738, [18] pages
Ownership
  • From the Liverpool Royal Institution, with 1894 presentation bookplate designed by Robert Anning Bell to mark the LRI Library's transfer to University College, Liverpool on front paste-down.
  • Probably the copy bequeathed by Benjamin Gibson to the Liverpool Royal Institution, but without his signature.
  • Inscription in ink on front free endpaper: "Ex Bibliotheca Belarus C.36".
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Petri Lescaloperii Parisini, e Societate Iesu. Humanitas theologica in qua M.T. Cicero De natura deorum. : Argumentis, expositionibus, illustrationibus nunc primum insignis in lucem prodit. Eademque opera quicquid homo solo rationis lumine de Deo percipere potuit, ex omni antiquitate in apertum profertur
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: ã4 ẽ i4̃ õ2 A-BBBbb4 CCCcc2
  • Title-page in red and black
  • Printer's device on title-page with motto: 'Honora patrem tuum et matrem tuam vt sis longaeuus super terram ex xx', and monogram: 'SC'
  • With the text of De natura deorum
  • Text printed in double columns
  • Includes index
  • With errata on pages [16] and [17] of final unnumbered sequence
  • Leaf 4G3 mis-signed 4E3
  • With an imprimatur dated 1659 "De mandato regis. Maboul" on page [18] of final unnumbered sequence
Dimensions
2° (37 cm)
Extent
[28], 738, [18] pages
Ownership
  • From the Liverpool Royal Institution, with 1894 presentation bookplate designed by Robert Anning Bell to mark the LRI Library's transfer to University College, Liverpool on front paste-down.
  • Probably the copy bequeathed by Benjamin Gibson to the Liverpool Royal Institution, but without his signature.
  • Inscription in ink on front free endpaper: "Ex Bibliotheca Belarus C.36".

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