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Author Cherubino, da Siena, frate, -1484.

Title Fratris Cherubini minorum ordinis ad Iacobum deBongiannis spiritualis vite compendiosa regula quedam hec est..

Published [Florence] : [Nicolaus Laurentii, Alamanus], perfecto die XVI. Octubris MCCCCLXXVII. [16 Oct.. 1477]

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (158 unnumbered pages)
Series Early European books.
Notes "Author sometimes mistaken for Cherubino da Spoleto (but cf. DBI 24 (1980) pp. 446-53; CIBN)"--ISTC.
Date of printing from colophon; place and printer suggested by ISTC.
Rubricated text; initials.
Ms. notes throughout.
Caption title on p. [81]: Vite matrimonialis regula breuis eiusdem ad Iacobum de Borgiannis Feliciter incipit.
Signatures: not signed.
P. [1-2] appear to be cropped and mounted on a blank preliminary leaf.
Reproduction of original in: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze -- Incunabula.
ISTC ic00436000.
GW 6593.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2012 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions. s2010 miun o.
Notes Italy Florence.
Subject Spiritual life -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800.
Marriage -- Early works to 1800.
Marriage -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church -- Early works to 1800.
Incunabula.
Variant Title Fratris Chervbini minorum ordinis ad Iacobum deBongiannis spiritualis vite compendiosa regula quedam hec est.
Fratris Cherubini Minorum Ordinis ad Jacobum DeBongiannis spiritualis vitae compendiosa regula quaedam haec est.
Spiritualis vite compendiosa regula quedam hec est.
Spiritualis vitae compendiosa regula quaedam haec est.
ISTC title: Regola della vita spirituale.
Other title Vite matrimonialis regula breuis eiusdem ad Iacobum de Borgiannis Feliciter.