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1467 Meditationes, Juan de Torquemada

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Facsimile edition in 1998 the incunabula of 1467: Meditationes (Meditations) written by Juan de Torquemada. Original in the National Library of Spain. Written in Latin and printed in Rome in 1467, with color illustrations.

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Facsimile edition in 1998 the incunabula of 1467: Meditationes (Meditations) written by Juan de Torquemada.

Original in the National Library of Spain. Written in Latin and printed in Rome in 1467, with color illustrations. This book was first printed illustrated in Italy.

Limited edition numbered and authenticated by the notary and editor. Bound in parchment, format 22 x 31 cm, 80 pages.

It comes with case open with backstrap guardalibro in skin, nerves and golden, 24 x 32.5 cm format. All set in perfect condition.

The Spanish Juan de Torquemada (Valladolid 1388 – Rome 1468) was appointed cardinal by Pope Eugene IV and his influence was instrumental in the introduction of printing in Italy. His nephew, Tomas de Torquemada became the first Inquisitor General of Spain.

Second-hand copy, from private collection, and in perfect condition.

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