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1669 Albert von Curtz Succincta et Historica Jesuit Holy Roman Empire Maximilian

A rare and relatively obscure 17th-century book of controversial topics. This book, written by an unknown author, includes references which led many to assume the author as Albert von Curtz, a famous 17th-century Jesuit astronomer. ‘Succincta et Historica’ is a collection of short articles discussing various aspects concerning politics in the Holy Roman Empire. It also features important events during the reigns of Holy Roman Emperors.

Item number: #2486

Price: $499

H A von T N P [CURTZ; Albert von]

Succincta et historica enodatio qvaeestionvm et controversiarvm circa jvra et ditiones Juliae, Cliviae, Montium et Ravensbergae ventilarum.

Anno M.DC.LXIX. [1669].

Details:

•Collation:

o[2], [8], [4], 17- 336; 160, [1]

o2 parts in 1: “Mantissa sive Conspectus Diplomantum”

oLacking pg.1-16

•References: VD 17 14:082005E; de Backer-S. II, 1723, 5

•Language: Latin

•Binding: Vellum; tight & secure

•Size: ~11.75in X 8in (29cm x 20cm)

•Rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present

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1669 Albert von Curtz Succincta et Historica Jesuit

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