Historia de bello Judaico, sceptri sublatione, Judaeorum dispersione, et Hierosolimitano excidio. (Translated) S. Ambrosius

HEGESIPPUS

Editorial: Ed. Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples, Michael Hummelberg et Josse Bade, Paris, 1511
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Historia de bello Judaico, sceptri sublatione, Judaeorum dispersione, et Hierosolimitano excidio. (Translated) S. Ambrosius, Ed. Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples, Michael Hummelberg et Josse Bade ~A Paris, J. Badius Ascensius, 1510-1511 In-fol., post-incunable, LXXVII feuillets chiffrés, 10 feuillets non chiffrés. Reliure plein vélin estampé richement orné, première édition très rare. Colophon fol. LXXVII Liber V (Finis Rurfus Inedibus Afcenfianisad Calendas Ianuarias M.D.XI.). Selon Renouard, « cette adaptation latine du « De Bello Judaico » de Flavius Josephe (c.37-c.100) fut faite vers 367-374 par un auteur anonyme. Une erreur du copiste qui a sans doute confondu Josippus et Hegesippus est à l¿origine du nom. » Cette version fut très peu diffusée car elle donne le peuple juif responsable de la mort du Christ, mort qu¿il paiera par la destruction de Jérusalem. Badius donnera une nouvelle édition 2 ans plus tard (30 décembre 1511 ¿ Renouard, Badius, II, 488) et une autre en 1524. Cette première édition de 1510 se trouve, en France, à la Mazarine et à la bibliothèque de Chartres, d¿après Renouard, et aussi Deventer, Gand, Genève. (décompte 1908) ¿ Autres exemplaires localisés à ce jour (2009) : BM Toulouse ¿ Poitiers ¿ Besançon. Friedlaender library, part II, 2001, n°343. Adams H-144. Moreau, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle, I, 1510, 97. 1511 HEGESIPPUS History of JEWS fine POSTINCUNABULA SUPERB INITIALS THROUGHOUT. Rubricated. Scarce!! HEGESIPPUS, pseudo. Historia de bello Judaico, sceptri sublatione, Judaeorum dispersione, et Hierosolimitano excidio. (Translated) S. Ambrosius, Ed. Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples, Michael Hummelberg et Josse Bade. Paris, J. Badius Ascensius, 1511-12 Folio. 27.3 x 20 cms. LXXVII numbered leaves, 5 unnumbered leaves (without the first four unnumbered leaves). SUPERB METALCUT INITIALS THROUGHOUT. RUBRICATED. Fine 16th century blind stamped pigskin over wooden boards. References: STC 217. Moreau 107. Renouard II, 488, 2. Saint Hegesippus (c. 110 — c. April 7, 180 AD[1]), was a Christian chronicler of the early Church who may have been a Jewish convert and certainly wrote against heresies of the Gnostics and of Marcion. The date of Hegesippus is insecurely fixed by the statement of Eusebius that the death and apotheosis of Antinous (130) occurred in Hegesippus' lifetime and that he came to Rome under Pope St. Anicetus (Bishop of Rome, ca 175-189) and wrote in the time of Pope St. Eleuterus. Eusebius says that St. Hegesippus was a convert from Judaism, learned in the Semitic languages and conversant with the oral tradition and customs of the Jews, for he quoted from the Hebrew, was acquainted with the Gospel of the Hebrews[8] and with a Syriac Gospel, and he also cited unwritten traditions of the Jews. The American theologian Robert M. Price has recently questioned the historical authenticity of Hegesippus: "I suspect that 'He-gesippus' is a garbled version of 'Josephus', made into a catch-all pedigree for whatever tradition or belief one wished to retroject into an earlier 'apostolic' period." [A1]. N° de ref. de la librería 000085

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Título: Historia de bello Judaico, sceptri ...

Editorial: Ed. Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples, Michael Hummelberg et Josse Bade, Paris

Año de publicación: 1511

Encuadernación: Velin estampé

Condición del libro:Très bon

Edición: 1ère Édition

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