Catalog Record: Flammulae amoris S.P. Augustini versibus et iconibus exornatae | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Flammulae amoris S.P. Augustini versibus et iconibus exornatae / auctore F. Michaele Hoyero ...

Main Author: Hoyer, Michael, 1593-1650.
Related Names: Verdussen, Cornelius. , Verdussen, Henricus. , Augustine Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Language(s): Latin
Published: Antervpiae : Apud Henricum & Cornel. Verdussen, anno 1708.
Edition: Altera editio auctior.
Subjects: Augustine, > Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Engravings > Netherlands > 18th century.
Emblem books > Netherlands > 18th century.
Emblems (allegorical pictures) > Netherlands > 17th century.
Note: Includes index.
Includes 29 full-page emblematic engravings each with a quotation from Augustine engraved in the plate.
Engraved title-page.
Signatures: *⁶(-*1) A-L¹² M¹⁰ N⁶.
Physical Description: [10], 286, [12] p. : ill. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
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