Famosus beati Augustini libellus De vita Xpīana intitulatus
[Printer of Postilla Scholastica super Apocalypsin,
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In this copy, p.  is printed.
Capitals supplied in red; rubricated throughout. Scattered ms. notes in contemporary hand.
Provenance: Ownership inscription on front free endpaper of Frater Eriffinus Heyslein(?) dated 1579. Book label at foot of p. : Bibliothecae F.F. Min. S. Franc. Conventualium Mariae Mayngae. Previously sold by Laurence Witten Rare Books (14 April 1956).
Binding: Bound in blind-tooled pigskin; two leaves of medieval liturgical ms. (with numes) waste used in binding; vellum quire guards; red-stained pigskin index tabs; housed in modern slipcase by BookEnds. Shelfmark: 388.389.
No. 2 of 2 works bound together.
Signatures: [a ⁸b⁶] (b6v blank).
In some copies, p.  is blank (state A).
Title from incipit on p. .
Formerly attributed to Augustine of Hippo; probably by his contemporary Pelagius.
Colophon: "Hic beati Augustini libellus parentilis et famosus in ciuitate Spirensi est impressus."
Name of printer and date of publication from bibliographies.
 p. ; 22 cm (4to)
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