Veiling 358 Old & Rare Books - (Post)incunabula

GERSON, Johannes. Trigilogiu[m] astrologi[a]e theologisat[a]e (…)/ Con[tra] sup[er]stitiosa[m] dieru[m] observat[i]onem (…)/ Adversus doctrina[m] cui[us]dam medici in Mo[n]ntepessulano sculpe[n]tis in numismate figuram leonis cu[m] certis characterib[us] p[ro] curatione renu[m] (…). (Cologne, Ulrich Zell, c. 1470, or 1472). (27 (of 28=blank) lvs. Initials in red added by hand. Sm-4°. Early 20th c. renaissance style brown mor. bind., a.e.g. (Small hole in outer left margin of first 16 lvs., part of outer margin of second last leaf torn out and skilfully reattached, last leaf laid down, a bit thumbed/soiled in places, but in all respects a very good copy).

Jean de Gerson, original name Jean Charlier, also called Johannes Arnaudi de Gersonii, (1363-1429), theologian and Christian mystic, leader of the conciliar movement for church reform that ended the Great Schism (between the popes of Rome and Avignon). Three separately published tracts (lvs. 43-69) from his 'De simplicatione, stabilitione, sive mundificatione cordis' which consisted of seven tracts. Apparently the first four and the last three tracts were also sold separately (SUB Göttingen and Trinity College in Cambridge both have a copy like ours). Neither the full edition, nor our edition has a colophon. Last blank fails. 6 pp. not rubricated. - GKW IX, 10830; Hain-C. 7681, Polain 1639; BMC I, 190.

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