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BREVIARIUM SANCTAE LUGDUNENSIS ECCLESIAE, Primae Gallarum Sedis. Pars Hiemalis by   Archiepiscopus (b.1713-d.1788)  Antonius De Malvin De Montazet - 1st Edition Thus - 1780 - from jakoll (SKU: 3711)

BREVIARIUM SANCTAE LUGDUNENSIS ECCLESIAE, Primae Gallarum Sedis. Pars Hiemalis

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BREVIARIUM SANCTAE LUGDUNENSIS ECCLESIAE, Primae Gallarum Sedis. Pars Hiemalis

by Catholic Church, Antonius De Malvin De Montazet, Archiepiscopus (b.1713-d.1788)

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Parisiis: P.G. Simon, A.M. Lottin, 1780. BREVIARIUM SANCTAE LUGDUNENSIS ECCLESIAE, Primae Gallarum Sedis. Pars Hiemalis- Catholic Church, Antonius De Malvin De Montazet, Archiepiscopus (b1713-d1788)- Illustrated by Woodcuts- P.G. Simon, A.M. Lottin- Parisiis (Paris)- 1780- 1st Edition Thus- A scarce Lyon Breviary- Hardcover:-4to- G-VG antiquarian condition- full calf leather with 5 raised bands on spine, 4 panels with gilt decorations, two panels in black and maroon leather insets with titles-All page edges are gilt- spine and cover has fissure cracks at edge not affecting the solid binding or textblock. rubs at extremities with corners exposed, otherwise clean. Interior pages are impeccable, with no tears, writing and very little if any foxing.- Collated as follows: blank, A8-I8, K8-T8, V8, X8-Z8, Aa8-Ii8, Kk8-Tt8, Vv8, Xx8-Zz8, AAa8-Iii8, KKk8-SSs4, a8-i8, k8-t8, v8, x8-z8, aa8-gg4, blank. 508pp + ccxxxvi (236pp).- Complete.- SEE PHOTOS- A very scarce Lyon Breviary printed in Paris, overseen by Archbishop of Lyons Antonius De Malvin De Montazet, Archiepiscopus (b.1713-d.1788) he was Archbishop of Lyon from 18 mars 1748-16 mars 1758.- Gallia Lugdunensis was a province of the Roman Empire in what is now the modern country of France, part of the Celtic territory of Gaul. It is named after its capital Lugdunum-one of the Three Gauls called the Gallia Comata. It extended from the capital of Lugdunum (modern Lyon)- This volume is Pars Hiemalis or winter Breviary.- THE LITURGY, or official public worship of the Church, comprises the holy sacrifice of the Mass, the Sacraments and Sacramentals, and the canonical hours, or official daily prayer of the Church. It is the latter which is contained in the Roman Breviary, par excellence, the prayer-book of the Church.....it usually appears in four volumes each containing the Offices of about one-quarter of the ecclesiastical year. These four are: 1) The winter volume (pars hiemalis) comprising the Offices of Advent, Christmastide, and Epiphany, up to and including the Saturday before the First Sun. day of Lent. In the calendar of the fixed feasts, this part extends from November 26 to March 12.--2) The spring volume (pars verna) containing the Offices of Lent and Paschaltide to the Saturday of the Pentecost Ember Week, inclusive. In the fixed calendar, this period begins with February 7 and lasts to June 19.--3) The summer volume (pars aestiva) with the time after Pentecost up to the Fifteenth Sunday, inclusive. For the fixed feasts, this section runs from May 18 to September 2.--4) The autumn volume (pars autumnalis) covering the year from the Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost till the day before Advent, August 28 to December 2 of the fixed calendar."- A fine example of this scarce Lyon Pars Hiemalis- Illustrated woodcuts on title and preface page, also on end of chapter. Non-fiction-religion-Catholic-breviary-liturgy-Gall-Lyon (3711) Overseas shipping has added costs due to size and weight of volume. Please inquire.. 1st Edition Thus. Leather. G-VG/No Jacket as Issued. Illus. by Woodcuts. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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Bookseller
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Bookseller's Inventory #
3711
Title
BREVIARIUM SANCTAE LUGDUNENSIS ECCLESIAE, Primae Gallarum Sedis. Pars Hiemalis
Author
Catholic Church, Antonius De Malvin De Montazet, Archiepiscopus (b.1713-d.1788)
Illustrator
Woodcuts
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - G-VG
Jacket condition
No Jacket as Issued
Edition
1st Edition Thus
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
P.G. Simon, A.M. Lottin
Place of Publication
Parisiis
Date Published
1780
Keywords
Non-fiction-religion-Catholic-breviary-liturgy-Gall-Lyon
Size
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
Note
May be a multi-volume set and require additional postage.

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