Founding Bull of the University of Seville, 1505

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Beautiful facsimile of the Founding Bull of the University of Seville in 1505 made in 1991 by the University in a numbered edition limited to 1,000 copies.

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Beautiful facsimile of the Founding Bull of the University of Seville in 1505 made in 1991 by the University in a numbered edition limited to 1,000 copies. Format approx. 88 x 60 cm.

It is accompanied by a book with the special edition for the occasion of the book “History of the University of Seville” by Francisco Aguilar Pinal. Book unused. Format 15 x 21.6, rigid covers in blue, 230 pages.

Both come in a (closed) Case / folder cloth hardcover and in perfect condition, format 25 x 34.5 x 5.3 cm.

Foundational bull of Pope Julius II: Prima Bula institutionis dicti Collegii. Cum praerrogativis, et libertatibus, cum aliquorum praestimoniurum annexations. Dated July 12, 1505. Handwritten on parchment.

It is a document of great importance: the Bull of Pope Julius II authorized the erection of the College of Santa Maria de Jesus (embryo of the University of Seville) and annexation to that College Benefits Alocaz Gomez Cardena, San Lorenzo Sevilla, San Nicolás del Puerto and Parra. It was extended to the canon of the cathedral of Seville, Master of Arts in Theology, Rodrigo Fernandez de Santaella, better known as Maese Rodrigo.

Written in Gothic letters on parchment, the original document of the Bull is well preserved although with some stains and writing something lost in the matching lines with folds.

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