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Title: In XII prophetas minores Commentarii. - RUPERTI AB-/BATIS TUITIENSIS , SUMMI DISERTISSI/miq[ue] Theologi, sacris du[m]taxat literis omnia probantis, in XII prophetas mino-/res, Commentariorum Libri XXXII. Ex ueris primisq[ue] originali-/bus , iterum atq[ue] iterum recogniti, atq[ue] nunc tandem / cum adnotationum ac scripturarum locis, / fideliter primum excusi. / PROPHETARUM ORDO ET LIBRO-/rum numerus. / ....
Description: (Coloniae ) ( K÷ln ), Impensis Fran. Byrckman. Anno.M.D.XXVII. Mense Septembri ( 1527 ) , in-folio, 301 x 198 mm, 242 folios, with 2 circular printer's devices on title, woodcut initials, bound in modern full brown morocco, raised spine, both covers with a central blind-tooled arabesque. (fine binding). Two single small wormholes in blank upper margin of final 8 leaves, light waterstaining on a small area of some leaves ( heavier on the last 10 leaves). Generally a very nice copy. (USTC 691746 ; VD16 B 3835 ; Adams R935). First edition , edited by Johannes Cochlaeus. Rupert of Deutz ( ca. 1075 - + 1129) was born in LiŔge (actual Belgium). In 1120/21 the archbischop of Cologne Friedrich von Schwarzenberg made him abbot of the Sankt-Heribert abbey at K÷ln-Deutz. Rupert wrote a total of 42 commentaries on the bible which made him the most important theologian of the Benedictine order at that time and also the most prolific author of his age. Many of his commentaries where enriched with new insights on points which were not touched since Saint-Augustine. His influence lasted well into the 16th century ( e.g. Petrus Canisius). .

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