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Title: Bibliotheca parva concionatoria seu Breve repertorium textuum, auctoritatum, & aliorum conducentium ad conciones componendas quae per anni decursum super Euangelia occurrunt... : Tomi prioris, pars II, pro Festis / [a P. Tobia Lohner edito...].
Authors: Lohner, Tobias (S.I.), 1619-1697
Issue Date: 1736
Coverage Spatial: Argentina-Córdoba
Publisher: Cordubae Tucumannorum :
Description: [2], 388 p., [1] h. pleg. ; 8º
Description: Nombre de autor tomado de la port. del v. 2º (Caja C-050).
En port. dib. esc. monograma IHS.
La h. pleg. en p. 101: "Praecipuarum Virginis Mariae excellentiarum brevissima synopsis...".
Enc. Perg.
Incipit: "Partis secundae subdivissio I. Pro festis B. Mariae V. Die VIII Decembris in Conceptione B. Mae. V. Textus: Mariae, de quâ natus est Jesus..." (p. 1).
Explicit: "... & haec satis videtur insinuare pro praesentis instituti ratione, ubi praecise intendebamus brevi calamo adnotare, quae ad conciones repente habendas nobis possent deservire. Cedant omnia ad Majorem Dei gloriam, Deiparae, & Sanctorum omnium honorem, ac proximorum utilitatem ad gratiam & gloriâ consequendam. Finis" (p. 377). Index festorum huius secundae partis (p. 378-388).
Is referenced by: Caparrós 43
Moore ArchTeolGran 46 (1983) 244
Keywords: Virgen María
Biblia. N.T. Evangelios.
Sermones
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/16740
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
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