1701 Dutch Hazart Church History JESUIT Missions Illustrated TORTURE Martyrs

HAZART, Cornelius

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Cornelius Hazart was a 17th-century Dutch Jesuit priest and controversialist writer. His “Ecclesiastical History of the Whole World” delivered on the ‘controversial’ side of church history, as Hazart explored some of the most detestable acts of the church including tortures, imprisonments, wars on religion, and brutal executions, such as drowning, hangings, beheadings, and burnings.

 

This 1701 printing is translated and enlarged from the first Antwerp edition from 1667. This book covers church history throughout Europe, including Germany, France, Netherlands, and England, with parts dedicated to the Americas and Africa. This universal church history is unquestionably Hazart’s greatest work, and is ideal for historical perspective on Jesuit missions and missionaries around the world, as well as martyrs throughout church history. It is filled with 55 engravings depicting important church figures such as Saint Ambrose, Charles I of the Holy Roman Empire, Leonard Vechelius, Alexander Earnesius, Thomas More, Saint John Fisher, Mary Stuart, and more.

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1701 Dutch Hazart Church History JESUIT Missions Illustrated TORTURE Martyrs

 

Cornelius Hazart was a 17th-century Dutch Jesuit priest and controversialist writer. His “Ecclesiastical History of the Whole World” delivered on the ‘controversial’ side of church history, as Hazart explored some of the most detestable acts of the church including tortures, imprisonments, wars on religion, and brutal executions, such as drowning, hangings, beheadings, and burnings.

 

This 1701 printing is translated and enlarged from the first Antwerp edition from 1667. This book covers church history throughout Europe, including Germany, France, Netherlands, and England, with parts dedicated to the Americas and Africa. This universal church history is unquestionably Hazart’s greatest work, and is ideal for historical perspective on Jesuit missions and missionaries around the world, as well as martyrs throughout church history. It is filled with 55 engravings depicting important church figures such as Saint Ambrose, Charles I of the Holy Roman Empire, Leonard Vechelius, Alexander Earnesius, Thomas More, Saint John Fisher, Mary Stuart, and more.

 

Item number: #1606

Price: $1500

 

HAZART, Cornelius

 

Kirchen-Geschicht der ganzen Welt, absonderlich der vergangnen und nunmehr verflossnen Zwey-Hundert Jahren : in welchen enthalten wird die Gelegenheit der Landen, Art und Manieren, der Religion der Innwohnern

 

Wienn [Vienna]: Gedruckt und verlegt durch L. Voigt, 1701.

 

Details:

  • Collation complete with all pages: 220, 159, 304, 284
    • Signatures: a-b⁴ (incl. front.)–A-Dd⁴ Ee² ²A-Z⁴; a⁶ A-Pp⁴ ²A-Qq⁴
    • 55 engravings throughout, including 3 frontispiece engravings
  • References: Sabin 31114; Sommervogel VII:1407;
    • Sabin cites a part on Africa and America
  • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
  • Language: German
  • Size: ~13in X 8.5in (32cm x 22cm)

 

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1606

Categories

Asia, Africa, & Middle Eastern

Religion

Voyages & Exploration & Maps

Authors

HAZART, Cornelius

Printing Date

18th Century

Language

German

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete