Thesaurus Sacrorum Rituum / Editio Novissima / Ceteris Omnibus Correctior, Et Locupletior Continens ordinem perpetuum, et generalem recitandi divini officii.
Venetiis (Venice), Italy, Balleoniana, 1823. Hardcover. Pagination: 354, 384, 408, 395, 259. Royal 8vo. Five volumes, bound in two, in original quarter leather binding. This set was de-accessioned from a religious library and the first volume bears a catalogue number to the spine, and a rubber stamp to the title page. The second volume has the rubber stamp to the front free endpaper. There are no other such markings, although the second book also has a printed label on the inside of the front board of a former owner (?), Rt. Rev. William Varily, of Chatham, NB. The bindings show moderate shelf wear, but remain tight. The contents are exceptionally clean and bright and each volume may be referred to without trepidation. The text is in Latin throughout. Gavanto (1569-1638) was an Italian Barnabite priest and liturgist. He was recognized as having a most accurate knowledge of the sacred rites, and was elected to the Superior General of his Order, and named perpetual consultor to the Sacred Congregation of Rites by Pope Urban VIII. This is his magnum opus, which was first published in Milan in 1628. In this work, Gavanto traces the historical origin of the sacred rites, discusses their mystical significance, gives rules for their observation and obligation of the rubrics, and adds decrees and brief explanations bearing on the subject-matter of the work. Our offering is the edition revised by Merati in the 18th century.
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Mots-clés: Reference; Thesaurus; Latin;