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Commentaria in sacram scripturam

Libert Froidmont, (1587, Oupeye - 1653, Leuven) a son of Gerard Libert de Froidmont and Marguerite Radoux, was a Liégeois theologian and scientist. He was a close companion to Cornelius Jansen and corresponded with René Descartes.

Commentaria in sacram scripturam

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    Commentaria in Sacram Scripturam in duas partes distributa quarum secunda continet Actus apostolorum Apocalypsin S. Joannis apostoli et Canticum canticorum cum indice rerum et verborum

    Author: Liberti Fromondi (Libert Froidmont)

    Publisher: Nicolas Boucher, Eustachius Herault, Jacobus Besingne, Petrus le Boucher, Franciscus Vaultier

    Rothomagi [Rouen]

    1709

    Language: Latin

    Binding: Leather

    Pages: [8], 493, [39], [8], 294, [1] pp.

    Size: 39 x 26 x 7 cm

  • Description copy

    2 parts in 1 volume‎, full leather binding, bottom of spine restored with modern leather, gilt title and decorations, some small discrete wormholes in front board, some slight moisture damage on the edges of the last pages and some more on the very last pages and endpapers, some moisture damage on front board and back board, clean inside, solid binding

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Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)