Leaves from summa de casibus conscientiae (or summa angelica) by Carletti de Chivasso


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Leaves from summa de casibus conscientiae (or summa angelica) by Carletti de Chivasso

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Title:
Leaves from summa de casibus conscientiae (or summa angelica) by Carletti de Chivasso
Alternate Title:
Catalogue 10 & 11
Creator:
University of South Florida -- Tampa Campus Library
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[2] leaves : paper ; 15.2 X 11.3 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Incunabula -- -- Italy ( lcsh )

Notes

Summary:
Cats. 10 & 11, recto, verso: Two columns of black text with red and blue alternating capital initials throughout. Arabic pagination in upper right corner in addition to paragraph marking.
Language:
Text in Latin.
General Note:
Original image found in: Sacred leaves beyond the quill ... printed books, 1450 - 1500.
General Note:
Printed by Giorgio Arrivabene, Venice, Italy.
General Note:
Text identification: These leaves come from the summa de Casibus Conscientiae, written by the fifteenth-century theologian Carletti de Chivasso (1411-1495). A dictionary of moral theology, the summa became Carletti's most well-known work and subsequently was referred to as the summa angelica.
Language:
Items in this collection are only available online; we do not have physical copies of these items in the USF Library's Special Collections. The original items were returned to the donor.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
S04-00249-37639_A ( USFLDC DOI )
s4.249 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Artifact

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Text identification: These leaves come from the summa de Casibus Conscientiae, written by the fifteenth-century theologian Carletti de Chivasso (1411-1495). A dictionary of moral theology, the summa became Carletti's most well-known work and subsequently was referred to as the summa angelica.
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