Antique lectionis tomus I. In Quo XVI. Antiqua Monumenta ad Historiam Mediae Aetatis Illustrandam, nunquam edita
CANISIUS, Henricus (Hendrik de Hondt)
Henricus Canisius (1562-1610) was a Dutch canonist and historian who belonged to the same distinguished family as Saint Peter Canisius. In 1590 he was appointed professor of canon law at Ingolstadt, Germany which explains the publishing location of this volume of historical writings. Latin text.
Publisher: Andreas Angermaier
Edition: First Edition
Date Published: 1601
Place Published: Ingolstad
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: Volume 1 only. [viii], 672; 184  p. Impressed vellum. Remains of clasps. Some soiling to covers including faded spine notations. Bookplate for Harvard College Library on front pastedown with ink notations above. Title page has ink notation, small holes and Harvard blind stamp. Ink stamps on rear of title page. Blind stamps pp. 1-3. Chips in edges of first pages. An occasional small ink mark. Spots on rear endpapers.