1682 1ed Life of Thomas Becket Archbishop of Canterbury Catholic Martyr Henry II

THOMAS, a Becket

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Thomas Becket, known as Saint Thomas of Canterbury, was a 12th-century archbishop and martyr known for being recognized by both Catholic and Protestant sects in England. In 1682, nearly 500 years following the assassination of Saint Thomas, Christian Lupus wrote ‘Life and Letters of Thomas of Canterbury’ from original manuscripts he found in the Vatican. This first and only edition was published in 1682 Brussels by Henri Fricx.

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1682 1ed Life of Thomas Becket Archbishop of Canterbury Catholic Martyr Henry II

 

Thomas Becket, known as Saint Thomas of Canterbury, was a 12th-century archbishop and martyr known for being recognized by both Catholic and Protestant sects in England. In 1682, nearly 500 years following the assassination of Saint Thomas, Christian Lupus wrote ‘Life and Letters of Thomas of Canterbury’ from original manuscripts he found in the Vatican. This first and only edition was published in 1682 Brussels by Henri Fricx.

 

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THOMAS, a Becket

 

Epistolae et vita divi Thomae martyris et Archi-episcopi Cantuariensis: nec non epistolae Alexandri III Pontificis, Galliae Regis Ludovici septimi, Angliae Regis Henrici II aliarumq́ue plurim sublimium ex utroque foro personarum: concernentes sacerdotii et imperii concordiam: in lucem productae ex ms. Vaticano

 

Bruxellis: Typis Eug. Henrici Fricx, 1682.

 

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  • Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 volumes
    • 1 – [12], 176, [32]; 307, [1]
    • 2 – [2], 309- 905 (i.e. 855), [77]
  • Provenance: Armorial Bookplate – The Right Hob.ble The Lord Carmichael
    • John Carmichael, 1st Earl of Carmichael (1638 – 1710), known as Lord Carmichael between 1672 and 1701, when he was created the 1st Earl of Hyndford, was a Scottish nobleman and politician.
    • He succeeded his grandfather, James Carmichael, 1st Lord Carmichael (1579–1672), as second Lord Carmichael in 1672. He was Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland from 1689, Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1690 and 1694-9. He was Secretary of State from 1699 to 1702 and supported the Union with England. He was a colonel of Dragoons from 1693 to 1697. His wife was Beatrix. Their daughter Beatrix married John Cockburn of Ormiston.
  • Language: Latin
  • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
  • Size: ~8.25in X 6.5in (21cm x 17cm)

 

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Authors

THOMAS, a Becket

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

Latin

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete