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Akathistos, Greek Marian hymn, s. XV

1.500,00 1.050,00

Facsimile edition in 1981 under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Sofia, the first hymn to the Virgin contained in a codex, with the generic title of poems in praise of the Virgin, is preserved in the Library of El Escorial. XV century.

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Beatus of Liebana codex of Gerona, 975 (Edilan)

5.000,00 2.500,00

Full Edition: Book facsimile and study in Spanish. This facsimile edition of the codex Beatus Gerona corresponds to that made in 1975 (the anniversary of the 10 centuries after the creation of this great work) by Edilán, exhausted already for years and one of the most sought Blessed.

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Beatus of Liebana codex of Saint-Sever, s. XI (Edilán)

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Two volumes of 28 x 37 cm: first, leatherbound on board with the complete facsimile reproduction ms. lat. 8878 of the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, codex of the Commentary on the Apocalypse of St. John, of Beatus -includes the Book of Daniel and the Liber de Virginitate Sancte Marie, St. Isidore, illustrated the mid-eleventh century by Stephanus Garsia Montaner Gregorio…

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Lapidary first King Alfonso X the Wise, 1253

4.000,00 3.000,00

The Lapidary is the first book that came out of the workshop of Alfonso X the Wise in 1253, with the creative stage of the King (the Axedrez, Dados et Tablas, 1284, closes it) opens. It is also the first book written in Castilian prose, and the first big scientific book written in the Iberian Peninsula.

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Revelation figurative of the Dukes of Savoy, fifteenth century (Edilán)

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Two volumes of 28 x 42.5 cm. The first, with the facsimile reproduction of the wonderful codex ms. Vit. I Library of El Escorial (Madrid), dated in the XV century, between 1428 and 1490, 49 pages of parchment vellum illustrated with 97 miniatures in French Gothic art that occupy more than a third of the box and decorated with intricate borders and drop caps, polychrome on gold leaf.