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Ordo Romanvs de officio Missae. Libelli aliquo peruetusti & authentici, continentes ordinem, quem Pontifex praesertim Romanus, iam olim in celebraldo officio Missae obseruare consueuit diuersorum & antiquissimorum exemplarium manuscriptorum, diligenti inspectione & collatione, summa fide recogniti, & iã primum typis expressi. Preview this item
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Ordo Romanvs de officio Missae. Libelli aliquo peruetusti & authentici, continentes ordinem, quem Pontifex praesertim Romanus, iam olim in celebraldo officio Missae obseruare consueuit diuersorum & antiquissimorum exemplarium manuscriptorum, diligenti inspectione & collatione, summa fide recogniti, & iã primum typis expressi.

Author: George Cassander
Publisher: Coloniae, Apud haeredes Arnoldi Birckmanni, 1561.
Edition/Format:   Print book : LatinView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Cassander
OCLC Number: 23642469
Notes: Printer's device on t.p.
"Litvrgica de ritv et ordine Dominicae Coenae celebrandae ... ex uarijs monumentis, & probatis scriptoribus collecta" (leaves 1-104, 2d group)--was first published in 1558.

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Bookseller's note : Cassander, Georg. 1513-1566. Ordo Romanvs De Officio Missae. [Issued with: Litvrgica de ritv et ordine dominicae coenae celebrandae]. Cologne, Heirs of A. Birckmann 1561. Two parts in one volume. 8vo. [xvi], 69 [r. 68], 104 leaves.
Bookseller's note : Contemporary ivory vellum (rubbed) with the gilt bachelor arms of Jacques-Auguste de Thou, flat spine with a gilt-lettered title, double headbands of blue and yellow silk.
Bookseller's note : The great historian of his own times, de Thou read and commented favorably on Cassander. Only, and Second Editions, respectively. Towards the reunification of Catholics and Protestants, Cassander sought common ground in the tenets and teachings of the early Church. In the first work, he takes up the meaning and significance of the fixed and unchanging texts of the Mass, the Ordo Missae. In the second he draws on ancient, medieval and modern writers - Eastern and Western rite - to make his ecumenical case. It was placed on the Roman Index. The Liturgica first appeared in 1558 and a page-for-page reprint came out the next year. Birckmann's Heirs appended these 1559 sheets (less the preliminary quire of eight leaves) to the Ordo and sold them as a single volume. In good condition. VD 16 (online) ZV 12006.
Description: [16], 69 (i.e.68), 104 leaves 16 cm
Responsibility: Per Georgium Cassandrum ...
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