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73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books Jacobus de Theramo
73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Jacobus de Theramo
73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Jacobus de Theramo
73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Jacobus de Theramo
73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Jacobus de Theramo
73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Jacobus de Theramo
73 2707 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Jacobus de Theramo
73/2707 [Incunabula and early 16th cent. books]. Jacobus de Theramo. Belial zu teutsch. Strassb., Johannes Prüß, 1508, (2),XCVIII lvs., woodcut title ill., armorial woodcut on verso title, 32 woodcut illustrations, woodcut printer's mark below colophon, later overlapping vellum.[*]

- Title dam. and lacks upper outer corner w. loss of heading (restored and supplied in ms.) and doubled w. japanese on verso, affecting the armorial woodcut; partly waterstained in upper margin causing occas. loss of text and image due to moulding (carefully restored and doubled w. japanese); new endpapers; bookplate on upper pastedown. Upper joint starting at top of spine.

= Very rare German translation of the curious work Consolatio peccatorum by Jacobus de Theramo on the trial between the devil Belial and Jesus Christ regarding the rule of mankind. Jesus is assisted by Moses and Belial (or Satan) calls Adam and Eve as witnesses to the stand. The late-medieval jurisprudence is held throughout the trial. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIV.

€ (8.000-10.000) 8000