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2 June 2008
BURGO, Johannes de. Pupilla oculi de septem sacramentoru[m] administratione. Strassburg: J. Schott for J. Knoblouch, 1 March 1517. 4° (199 x 150mm). Title printed in red and black, with the final blank (short tear in the text in M1, some light browning). 19th-century half calf (rubbed, 2 corners worn). Provenance: Bibliotheca Petraea (late 16th-century inscription on title) -- The property of a religious institution. Adams B3305.
Adams (loc.cit.) gives the date of publication as 1518, whereas this copy has the date 1516 on title and 1 March 1517 in the colophon, as also given by Adams.
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