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ANALOGIA VETERIS AC NOVI TESTAMENTI, In Qua Primum Status Veteris, deinde consensus, proportio, & conspiratio illius cum Nouo explicatur. Authore Martino Becano. [Relationship of the Jewish Old Testament to the New Testament].

by Becan, Martin

Condition: Very Good


Moguntiae. Ex Officina Ioannis Albini (Johann Albin, Mainz, Germany): ., 1620 pp. [24], 574, [26]. Foxed. Latin text with decorative capital initials. Title printed in red and black. Small 8vo. 190 mm. Original full vellum binding with yapp fore edges. The binding is detached from the text block revealing the original bands and binder's super made from early Flemish or Dutch black letter printers' waste. Early manuscript ownership: 'Ex Libris And. Steen. No. 59 / N. 43.' Hardbound. Good. Martin Becan (Verbreck / van der Breck) [1563-1624] was born at Hilvarenbeck, Brabant, Holland. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1583, and taught theology for twenty-two years at Wuerzburg, Mainz, and Vienna, where he was confessor to Emperor Ferdinand II from 1620 until his death. He possessed a style clear and dignified, and noticeably free from the bitterness which marked the polemical literature of the day. His writings were directed principally against Calvin, Luther, and the Anabaptists. Best known as a Controversialist and anti-Protestant author, here he turns to Bible criticism, interpretation, etc. Especially the relationship of the Old Testament beliefs and practices of the Jews to those of the New Testament. Scarce. ** PRICE JUST REDUCED!! CHEST 2/1 L. Hardcover. Very Good.
  • Bookseller: THE FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 004R83
  • Title: ANALOGIA VETERIS AC NOVI TESTAMENTI, In Qua Primum Status Veteris, deinde consensus, proportio, & conspiratio illius cum Nouo explicatur. Authore Martino Becano. [Relationship of the Jewish Old Testament to the New Testament].
  • Author: Becan, Martin
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Moguntiae. Ex Officina Ioannis Albini (Johann Albin, Mainz, Germany): .
  • Date published: 1620
  • Keywords: BIBLE BINDING RELIGION JUDAICA PROTESTANT STEEN
  • Bookseller catalogs: JUDAICA; BIBLE; RELIGION;


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