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TWO VERY SCARCE RENAISSANCE EDITIONS

Barletta De Grassis, Padovano. Concilium Pauli. Auctore Fratre Paduano Barlecta in gimnasio domus magnae Venetiarum, theologiam publice profitente, Dydimo & Philothaeo colloquentibus. Venice: Ad signum S. Bernardini, [without date, but: 1542].

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Barletta De Grassis, Padovano. De Ecclesiastica Repubblica reuerendi sacrae theologiae doct. magistri Paduani de Crassis Barlettani Venetiarum studij regentis in conuentu fratrum minorum. Didymo & Philotheo colloquentibus. Venice: 1543. [at colophon:] Impressum Venetiis : apud Augustinum Bendonum, die mensis vigesimooctauo 1543.

8vo, contemporary limp vellum, ff. [116] for the first work; ff. xxxix, [1] for the second one.

Woodcut illustration of Saint Peter and Saint Paul on both title-pages.

Two very scarce first edition by the Puglia theologian: the first one is devoted to St. Paul Apostle; and the second to an ideal Ecclesiastic Republic.

Padovano de Grassis was an Italian theologian and biblical scholar from a noble family of Barletta, author of many latin works; he also was one of the eight members that, on 26 March 1555, founded the "Monte di Pietà" (Pawn) of Barletta.

References: CNCE, 16367 and 16368. Both editions not in Adams, who also does not record other editions of these works.
OCLC, 751414627, lists only two copies in USA of the first work (at Cornell University Library, Ithaca, NY and at University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Burlington, VT).
The second work is not present in US libraries: OCLC, 457279078 locates out of Italy only two copies worldwide, both in France.

Condition

Excellent and unsophisticated copies, bound together in an original vellum binding.

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€300.00

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[Theology] Barletta, 1542 and 1543

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