|Title||Aphorismi doctrinae christianae : maximam partem ex Institutione Calvini excerpti, sive, Loci communes theologici : brevibus sententiis expositi / per Johan Piscatorem |
|Detail Depicted||Binding - Materials - Paper (Back pastedown) |
|Uniform Title||Institutio Christianae religionis. Selections |
|Creator/Author||Calvini [Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564]|
Johan Piscatorem [Piscator, Johannes, 1546-1625]
|Publisher||Typis Christophori Corvini [Rab, Christoph, 1552-1620] |
|Place of Publication||Herbornae [Germany - Herborn] |
|Date of Publication||MDCXI  |
|Subjects (LCSH)||Reformed Church -- Doctrines|
Aphorisms and apothegms
|Genre Heading||Religious works|
Early printed books--1601-1700 (17th century)
|Bibliographic Elements||212,  p. ; 13 cm. (12mo) |
|Printing Method||Letterpress on handmade laid paper |
|Printer||Typis Christophori Corvini [Rab, Christoph, 1552-1620] |
|Image Production Process||Woodcuts|
|Binding||Bound in contemporary calf, sewn on 3 cords.|
Evidence of vegetal cords used as ties at fore-edge.
Sixteenth-century printed waste sheet used as pastedown.
Spine label tooled with handle letters in gold.
Simple blind-tooled rule on front and back covers.
All edges stained red.
|General Notes||Signatures: A-I[superscript 12] [$7 signed]; 108 leaves, pp. [1-2] 3-9  11-212 .|
Signature notations occasionally alternate between Roman and Arabic, i.e. leaves C 3, 4, V, 6.
Woodcut printer's mark on t.p.; tailpieces.
References printed in the margins.
|Previous Owners||John L. Lievsay|
Armorial bookplate on front pastedown: William Charles de Meuron, Earl Fitzwilliam [Fitzwilliam, William Charles de Meuron, Earl, 1872-1943]
|Digital Collection||Historical Book Arts Collection |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division. |
|Repository Collection||Special Collections |
|Call Number||SpecColl Rare Books BX9420.A3 P57 1611 |
|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. 2004 |
|Content||The Institution of Christian Religion is a summary of biblical theology that became the normative statement of the Reformed faith. It was first published in 1536 and was revised and enlarged by Calvin in several editions before the definitive edition was published in 1559. |
Calvin's teachings are the basis of the Presbyterian and Congregational churches and the Reformed churches of France, Germany, Scotland, the Netherlands, and Hungary.
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