Catalog Record: Paradisus animae Christianae : lectissimis omnigenae pietatis delitiis amoenus | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Paradisus animae Christianae : lectissimis omnigenae pietatis delitiis amoenus / studio & operâ Iacobi Merlo Horstii ... ; ex novissima auctoris recognitione.

Main Author: Merlo Horstius, Jacob, 1597-1644.
Related Names: Schifflen, G. H. , Egmondt, Balthasar von 1630-1696., Hooghe, Romeyn de 1645-1708.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Col. Agrippinae : Sumpt. Balth. ab Egmondt, & Sociorum, 1670.
Subjects: Mary, > Blessed Virgin, Saint > Prayers and devotions > Latin.
Catholic Church > Prayers and devotions > Latin.
Etchings > Germany > 17th century.
Devotional literature > Germany > 17th century.
Note: "Manuale pietatis, in quo officium B. Mariae Virginis, septem Psalmi poenitentiales, litaniae variae, accessus altaris, psalterium, et orationes tempore belli, & calamitatis publicae, &c."--97 p. at end.
Title printed in red and black; engraved title vignette (Crucifixion); woodcut tail-piece and decorative initials.
Etched added title and 8 full-page illustrations. Added title signed by Romeyn de Hooghe.
Signatures: A-3H⁸ 3I⁴.
Final [3] p. blank.
Physical Description: [32], 737, [3], 97, [3] p. : ill. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
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