Vita R.P. Dominici Valesii mortui Crumlovii A. 1615 Feria 3. Pentecostes: manuscript
- not before 1615
Scope and Contents
Narrative of the life of the Italian Jesuit Dominico Valesio (1581-1615).
Bound manuscript of 98 pages, the first 6 and last 7 of which are blank, writen in a humanistic script. Title in a different early hand, affixed to fourth leaf. The text is divided in 35 chapters and written in the first person by a narrator personally familiar with Valesio. Possibly written in Český Krumlov, Bohemia, where Valesio died in 1615.
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Biographical / Historical
Josef Pingas (1745-1822), was a Catholic priest, canon of České Budějovice, and a noted book collector.
Dominico Valesio was an Italian Jesuit active in Bohemia and Moravia. His life is chronicled in Matthias Tanner's Societas Jesu Apostolorum Imitatrix (1694).
1 Volumes (98 pages) : paper ; 19 x 15 cm
Materials Specific Details
Title from preliminary leaf. Bound in parchment manuscript waste from a medieval antiphonal written in square notation, with one colored initial.
- Vita R.P. Dominici Valesii mortui Crumlovii A. 1615 Feria 3. Pentecostes: manuscript
- Český Krumlov (Czech Republic)?, not before 1615
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