Reuerendi Patris / Fratris Thomae VValdensis, theologiae, & Carmelitani sodalitij professoris celeberrimi ; opus De sacramentis in quo Doctrinae antiquitatum fidei ecclesiae catholicae, co[n]tra Witcleuistas, Hussitas, & eorum asseclas Lutheranos, aliosque haereticos continentur ... ; indice copiosissimo, atq[ue] locupletissimo
|Title||Reuerendi Patris / Fratris Thomae VValdensis, theologiae, & Carmelitani sodalitij professoris celeberrimi ; opus De sacramentis in quo Doctrinae antiquitatum fidei ecclesiae catholicae, co[n]tra Witcleuistas, Hussitas, & eorum asseclas Lutheranos, aliosque haereticos continentur... ; indice copiosissimo, atq[ue] locupletissimo |
|Detail Depicted||Printers and publishers - Marks and colophons (Leaf [superscript 2]313 verso) |
|Creator/Author||Thomae VValdensis [Netter, Thomas, ca. 1375-1430] |
|Publisher||Apud Ioannem Mariam da Terra noua, & Iacobum Archarium |
|Place of Publication||Salmanticae [Spain - Salamanca] |
|Date of Publication||M.D.LVII.  |
|Subjects (LCSH)||Sacraments -- Early works to 1800|
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800
Reformation -- Early works to 1800
Lollards -- Controversial literature
Hussites -- Controversial literature
Lutheran Church -- Controversial literature
|Genre Heading||Religious works|
Early printed books--1501-1600 (16th century)
|Bibliographic Elements||1557 ed.: , 288 leaves ; 29 cm. (fol.)|
1556 ed.: , 244, 241-312  leaves ; 29 cm. (fol.)
|Printing Method||Letterpress on handmade laid paper |
|Printer||Apud Ioannem Mariam da Terra noua, & Iacobum Archarium |
|Image Production Process||Woodcuts|
|Binding||Bound in contemporary full leather over oak boards.|
Elaborately tooled with rolls to create individual panels of flower and leaf designs. Central panel tooled with handle tools of owner shield (?), griffins, and flower and leaf design. Griffin design tooled on spine between raised cords.
Evidence of foredge clasps and metal strapping at corner edges.
Sewn on 5 cords, laced through the wooden boards.
Headbands no longer extant.
Sewing structure visible on spine.
Late 19th to early 20th-century new endsheets and bad linen repair to first and last leaves. Some leather repair on covers.
Edges stained. Bound in contemporary full leather over oak boards, sewn on 5 cords, laced through the wooden boards.
Headbands no longer extant.
Covers elaborately tooled with rolls to create individual panels of flower and leaf designs.
Evidence of fore-edge clasps and metal strapping at corner edges.
Covers detached; sewing structure visible on spine.
All edges stained red.
Author inscribed on upper foredge.
|General Notes||Signatures: |
1557 ed.: [sec.][superscript 8] [dagger][superscript 10] A-2N[superscript 8] [$5 (-[sec.]5; +[dagger]6) signed]; 306 leaves, ff.  1-288 [misnumbering 166 as 199, 223-4 as 203-4, 253 as 254].
1556 ed.: [sec.][superscript 4] *[superscript 8] [dagger][superscript 8] A-2Q[superscript 8] 2R[superscript 6] (2R6 missing, blank?) [$5 (-[sec.]4, 5, 2R5) signed]; 337 leaves, ff.   2-13 [14-15] 16-244 241-254 259 256-312  [=317] [misnumbering 21 as 221, 43 as 44, 55 as 53, 142 as 128, 184 as 183, 196-8 as 296-8, 228 as 225, 245 as 241, 259 as 263].
With: Reuerendi Patris / Fratris Thomae VValdensis.... Salmanticae : Apud Ioannem Mariam de Terranoua & Iacobum Archarium, M.D.LVI  Both editions include marginal notes, index, and register.
Printer's marks on t.p's. and verso of last leaves; woodcut historiated and decorated initials.
|Previous Owners||William E Henry bookplate|
Antonio Rodrigues inscribed on title page
|Digital Collection||Historical Book Arts Collection |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division. |
|Repository Collection||Special Collections |
|Call Number||SpecColl Rare Folio BV800.N48 1557 |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned in RGB color using an Olympus C-2000 Zoom digital camera and saved in.jpg format and resized to 768x600 ppi. 2003 |
|Content||Bound with: Reuerendi Patris, Fratris Thomae VValdensis, Theologiae, & Carmelitani sodalitij Professoris celeberrimi : Opus de Sacramentalibus, in quo doctrinae antiquitatum fidei Ecclesiae catholicae, contra Witcleuistas, & eorum asseclas Lutheranos, aliosq; haereticos continentur. Salmanticae : Apud Ioannem Mariam da Terranoua, & Iacobum Archarium. M.D.LVI .|
This is the third part, published separately of a larger three-part work Doctrinale antiquitatum fidei eccleaisae catholicae by the 15th century English Carmelite scholar, Thomas Netter, who was called Walden after the section of Essex in which he was born. Netter's book is a polemic against heresies dealing with the Sacraments, and is directed against the followers of John Wycliffe, and of Jan Hus.
The printers extend the title to include Lutherans, and state explicitly in the dedication they see the work as applying to Martin Luther, and the Lutherans, as well. Source is Eureka Union Catalog record GAETO42352901-B.
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