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Leaves from summa de casibus conscientiae (or summa angelica) by Carletti de Chivasso,
f June 4, 1492.
Catalogue 10 & 11
 leaves :
b paper ;
15.2 X 11.3 cm.
Original image found in: Sacred leaves beyond the quill ... printed books, 1450 1500.
Printed by Giorgio Arrivabene, Venice, Italy.
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.
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.
Text in Latin.
University of South Florida.
Tampa Campus Library.
t Sacred leaves beyond the quill ... printed books, 1450 1500