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This book has the earliest woodcut associated with Albrecht Dürer, which would have been done when he was an 18 year old apprentice in Michael Wolgemut's workshop.
The first of five volumes of a lengthy theological treatise, bound in southern Bavaria, and later owned by the Jesuits of Burghausen. Imperial folio, 480 x 323 mm. Double column. 59 lines.
This copy of Summa theologica has an armorial woodcut bookplate for Hilprand von Brandenburg and inscription by librarian, Jakob Louber, that states the title and a note with the donor's name.
Sixth printing of De civitate dei. This edition was the second to be printed with the fourteenth-century commentary by Trivet and Waleys.
BR60 .L5 v.7
Augustine's Confessions and Enchiridion translated and edited by Outler with an introduction by Outler.
Ames' theological work composed of two parts: Puritan systematic theology and virtuous Christian life.