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GROSSETESTE,ROBERT.
De Cessatione legalium.
Edited by R.C.Dales, E.B.King. Oxford, 1986, The British Academy Coll.Auctores Britannici Medii cm.16,5x25,5, pp.XXX,215, leg.ed.in t.tela,soprac.
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 GROSSETESTE, ROBERT, De cessatione legalium. Edited by Richard C.Dales and Edward B. King.
GROSSETESTE, ROBERT
De cessatione legalium. Edited by Richard C.Dales and Edward B. King.
London, UP, 1986. (XXX) 215 pp. Cloth + dustjacket. Bibliography. (Auctores Britannici medii aevi, 7) dustjacket slightly damaged, otherwise good condition
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GROSSETESTE, ROBERT.
De Decem mandatis.
Edited by Richard C. Dales and Edward B. King. Oxford & New York : Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, 1987. Orig. cloth binding. Dustjacket. xix,107 pp. (Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi, 10). Latin text; commentary in English. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : very good. ISBN 9780197260579.
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 GROSSETESTE,ROBERT., De Decem mandatis.
GROSSETESTE,ROBERT.
De Decem mandatis.
Edited by Dales,R.C. King,E.B. Oxford, 1987, The British Academy Throughout his career, one of Coll.Auctores Britannici Medii cm.16,5x25,5, pp.XIX,107, leg.ed.in t.tela,soprac.
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 GROSSETESTE, ROBERT, MCEVOY, J., The philosophy of Robert Grosseteste.
GROSSETESTE, ROBERT, MCEVOY, J.
The philosophy of Robert Grosseteste.
Oxford, OUP, 1982. (XVIII) 560 pp. Cloth + dustjacket. Bibliography. dustjacket slightly damaged, owner's name, good condition
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 GROSSETESTE, ROBERT, SOUTHERN, R.W., Robert Grosseteste. The growth of an English mind in medieval Europe.
GROSSETESTE, ROBERT, SOUTHERN, R.W.
Robert Grosseteste. The growth of an English mind in medieval Europe.
Oxford, UP, 1986. (LXVI) 337 pp. Cloth + dustjacket. owner's name, dustjacket a bit damaged and partly discoloured, otherwise in good condition
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 GROSSETESTE, ROBERT (1175?-1253). LUARD, HENRY RICHARDS (1825-1891) [EDITOR]. LINCOLN. DIOCESE. BISHOP (1235-1253), Roberti Grosseteste episcopi quondam lincolniensis Epistolæ. / Edited by Henry Richards Luard. Published by the authority of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction of the master of the rolls
GROSSETESTE, ROBERT (1175?-1253). LUARD, HENRY RICHARDS (1825-1891) [EDITOR]. LINCOLN. DIOCESE. BISHOP (1235-1253)
Roberti Grosseteste episcopi quondam lincolniensis Epistolæ. / Edited by Henry Richards Luard. Published by the authority of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction of the master of the rolls
London : Longman. Green. Longman and Roberts 1861. First Edition. Provenance; from the Bibliotheca Seminarii S. Ioannis with the owner's bookplate and library marks. Series; Rolls Series ; 25 ; Great Britain. Public Record Office. Rerum britannicarum medii ævi scriptores ; no. 25. Physical description; cxxxi. 467 pages frontispiece (facsimile) 26 cm. Notes; Includes index. 'Published by the authority of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's treasury. under the direction of the Master of the Rolls.' -- Title page. Includes bibliographical references and index. Text in Latin; preface in English. Subjects; Grosseteste. Robert (1175?-1253). Grosseteste. Robert (1175?-1253) ; Correspondence. Politics and government. Politics. Government. Great Britain Politics and government (1154-1399). Grande-Bretagne Politique et gouvernement (1154-1399) Sources. Grande-Bretagne Histoire religieuse (1066-1500) Sources. England Ecclesiastical history. England Politics and government To 15th century. Great Britain History 13th century ; Sources. Great Britain History Henry III. (1216-1272) ; Sources. Great Britain Church history 13th century ; Sources. Great Britain Church history (1066-1485) ; Sources. Great Britain Church history ; Sources. Great Britain Politics and government (1154-1399). Great Britain Church history 13th century ; Sources. Great Britain History Henry III. (1216-1272) ; Sources. Great Britain Church history (1066-1485) ; Sources. Great Britain Church history Medieval period. (1066-1485) Sources. Genres; Bibliography. Church history. Illustrated. Quelle. Sources. Good copy bound in quarter buckram over paper boards with a gilt blocked title to the spine. Some wear and tear as with age. Remains well preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and sharp-cornered. Minor library marks remain.
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"GROSSETESTE, ROBERT
Summa Liconiensis super octo libris Physicorum Aristotelis. Zusammen mit Thomas von Aquin: Exposito super octo libris physicorum Aristotelis
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 GROSSETESTE, ROBERT (TRANSLATOR)., Testamentum duodecim Patriarcharum, filiorum Jacob, per Robertum Lincolmensem Episcopum, è Graeco in Latinum versum. ...Including: [JULIAN of Toledo]. Juliani Pomerii, Toletam Episcopi, contra Judaeos libri tres.Haguenau in Alsace, Johann Setzer, February 1532. 2 works published together in 1 edition. Small 8vo (15 x 9.5). Set in Venetian-style roman and Aldine-style italic types. Red goatskin morocco, bound for Louis Jean Gaignat (1697-1768), secretary to King Louis XV (ca. 1760/65?: we cannot confirm an 1878 attribution to Padeloup, d. 1758), richly gold-tooled spine, each board with a frame of triple fillets, gold-tooled turn-ins, gilt edges.
GROSSETESTE, ROBERT (TRANSLATOR).
Testamentum duodecim Patriarcharum, filiorum Jacob, per Robertum Lincolmensem Episcopum, è Graeco in Latinum versum. ...Including: [JULIAN of Toledo]. Juliani Pomerii, Toletam Episcopi, contra Judaeos libri tres.Haguenau in Alsace, Johann Setzer, February 1532. 2 works published together in 1 edition. Small 8vo (15 x 9.5). Set in Venetian-style roman and Aldine-style italic types. Red goatskin morocco, bound for Louis Jean Gaignat (1697-1768), secretary to King Louis XV (ca. 1760/65?: we cannot confirm an 1878 attribution to Padeloup, d. 1758), richly gold-tooled spine, each board with a frame of triple fillets, gold-tooled turn-ins, gilt edges.
[263], [1 blank] pp.First dated edition (following one or two extremely rare undated editions) of an important, fascinating and very popular work claiming to be the last instructions that the twelve Old Testament Patriarchs (the twelve sons of Jacob) gave their people before they died, translated into Latin by Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln in England, in 1242 from a Greek manuscript that was only a few decades older but was supposed to have been translated from the lost original Hebrew. Origen of Alexandria referred to this work already ca. 250 AD as did Jerome ca. 400 AD, but the oldest surviving manuscripts date from 981 (in Armenian) and around that time or soon after (in Greek). These manuscripts were certainly produced by Christians: they declare the error of Jewish beliefs, prophesy the second coming of Christ and justify the mistreatment of Jews (though they forbid the killing of Jews) because only at the end of time will Christ come and save their souls. No one claimed that these testaments were canonical biblical texts, but when the present edition appeared many Church authorities still regarded them as reliable and important sources that had been suppressed by the Jews. Grosseteste's Latin translation proved very poplar, circulating widely in manuscript . After the Council of Trent, however, the book was sufficiently debunked that Pope Pius V placed it on the index of prohibited books in 1570. The texts remained popular, however, and editions continued to appear.The present edition for the first time combines the Testaments with a work against the Jewish faith that was written by a converted Jew, Julian of Toledo (642-690), Archbishop of Toledo, who held the primacy for the entire Iberian peninsula. He did write partly for a Jewish audience that he hoped to convert, but also for Christians. It is printed here for the first time and includes a five-page dedicatory epistle by the Augsburg humanist and reformer Menrad Molther (ca. 1505-1558) at the University of Heidelberg, who also wrote a shorter preliminary note for the Testaments.Bound for Louis Jean Gaignat (1697-1768), secretary of King Louis XV, and auctioned with his library in 1769, when the great bibliophile Paul Girardot de Préfond (1722-ca. 1808?) bought it and other books, affixing the gold-tooled red morocco bookplate for his "second" library on the paste-down. It descended to Robert Samuel Turner (1818-1887) and was auctioned with part of his collection in 1878, when the binding was attributed to Padeloup. Girardot's second library is said to have included many bindings by Luc Antoine Boyet (ca. 1658-1733), Antoine Michel Padeloup le jeune (1685-1758) and Nicolas Denis Derôme le jeune (1731-1790), but much confusion remains concerning the great Paris binders of this period.The printed shoulder notes are slightly shaved on about 10 pages, a small marginal stain appears in about 20 leaves, and the leaves are very slightly browned, but the book remains in good condition. The binding is worn at the hinges but is otherwise very good.l Adams P423; Brunet IV, p. 76 (present copy); De Bure, Cat. Louis Jean Gaignat, 10 April 1769, lot 92 (present copy); Labitte, Cat. Robert Samuel Turner, 12 March 1878, lot 18 (present copy, binding attributed to Padeloup); Renouard, Cat. bibl. d'un amateur, I, pp. 53-54; USTC 696219; VD16, T575; for the text: M. de Jonge, "Robert Grosseteste and the Testaments of the twelve Patriarchs", in: Journal of theological studies, 42 (1991), pp. 115-125; for Girardot see also: Jean-Paul Fontaine, "Paul Girardot de Préfond ..."; Martin, Histoire de la Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal (1900), pp. 54 & 306.
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SOUTHERN, R. W. (ROBERT GROSSETESTE (C.?1175 - 9 OCTOBER 1253) WAS AN ENGLISH STATESMAN, SCHOLASTIC PHILOSOPHER, THEOLOGIAN, SCIENTIST AND BISHOP OF LINCOLN).
Robert Grosseteste: The Growth of an English Mind in Medieval Europe
Published by Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford First Edition 1986. Oxford 1986. First edition hard back binding in publisher's original slate black cloth covers, gilt lettering to the spine. 8vo 9'' x 6'' xvi, 337 [pages.] ISBN 019826450X. Fine condition book, in Fine condition dust wrapper with slight sun fading to the spine. He was born of humble parents at Stradbroke in Suffolk. Upon his death, he was almost universally revered as a saint in England, but attempts to procure a formal canonization failed. A. C. Crombie calls him 'the real founder of the tradition of scientific thought in medieval Oxford, and in some ways, of the modern English intellectual tradition'. Dust wrapper without any tears or chips and supplied in archive acetate film protection, it is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper.
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