Pseudo-Augustine

[Pseudo-] AUGUSTINE (fl. 12th century). De cognitione verae vitae. [Mainz: Peter Schoeffer, not after 1474]. (07013)

Wenceslaus Brack also owned this brief tract from Peter Schoeffer’s press. He inscribed its title beneath his name on the inside of the book’s original vellum wrapper, along with the titles of five other tracts by Jean Gerson (1363–1429): De mundificatione cordis; De directione [cordis]; De perfectione [cordis]; Trigilogium astrologiae theologizatae; and Contra superstitiosam dierum observantiam. These works, formerly bound with the first, were most likely from Ulrich Zel’s collected edition, issued c. 1472 at Cologne.

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