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ISIDORE of Pelusium, Saint. Επιστολαι...Epistolarum amplius mille ducentarum libri tres, translated and edited by Jacques de Billy de Prunay, Paris: G. Chaudière, 1585. 2° (336 x 208mm). Text in Greek and Latin, title in red and black with woodcut device, with the final errata leaf (small inkstain on title, occasional very light browning). Contemporary calf, gilt ornaments in panels of spine, blindstamped border round sides, gilt oval ornament at centre (rather worn, head of spine repaired). Provenance: the Jesuits at Courtrai (17th-century inscription on title); Charles Jacomb (bookplate). EDITIO PRINCEPS of the Letters of Saint Isidore of Pelusium, a fourth century disciple and protagonist of Saint Athanasius. Adams I207. Hoffmann II, p.469.

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ISIDORE of Pelusium, Saint. Επιστολαι...Epistolarum amplius mille ducentarum libri tres, translated and edited by Jacques de Billy de Prunay, Paris: G. Chaudière, 1585. 2° (336 x 208mm). Text in Greek and Latin, title in red and black with woodcut device, with the final errata leaf (small inkstain on title, occasional very light browning). Contemporary calf, gilt ornaments in panels of spine, blindstamped border round sides, gilt oval ornament at centre (rather worn, head of spine repaired). Provenance: the Jesuits at Courtrai (17th-century inscription on title); Charles Jacomb (bookplate). EDITIO PRINCEPS of the Letters of Saint Isidore of Pelusium, a fourth century disciple and protagonist of Saint Athanasius. Adams I207. Hoffmann II, p.469.

AUGUSTINE, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. De ciuitate Dei libri XXII, edited by J.L. Vives, Paris: Charles Guillard, 1544. 2° (375 x 242mm). Woodcut device on title (a few wormholes at the beginning, many more at the end, affect text slightly, lacks the final leaf ? blank, a little waterstaining at the beginning). Late 17th-century English panelled calf (rebacked, rubbed). Provenance: contemporary, and mostly deleted, ownership inscription on title; Edward Davies, Rector of Llanwryn, 1746 (inscription on a pasted in slip). An uncommon edition dedicated by Vives to Henry VIII; and 5 others similar.
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