Summa Theologiae, 1607.

Files

Summa Theologiae (1607), Cover.
Summa Theologiae (1607), Title Page.
Summa Theologiae (1607), Tabs.
Summa Theologiae (1607), Example of Text.

Dublin Core

Title

Summa Theologiae, 1607.

Alternative Title

BX1749.T48 1607

Subject

Theology, Philosophy, Church Doctrine

Description

This particular Summa Theologiae has 5 parts in one, Prima Pars, Prima Secundae, Secunda Secundae, Tertia Pars, and Supplementum, which makes it different from the other copies being featured, because those only have one part of the Summa. The text of this copy is within ruled borders, which the other examples of the Summa being displayed do not have. Another interesting feature of this item is that there are tabs sticking out of the pages, indicating the start of another section of the Summa. It would appear, although we do not know this for certain, that the tabs were added at a later time. This book was published in 1607 in Paris, and along with all of the other items, it is written in Latin. The item is 36 cm tall, 24 cm long, and 9 cm wide with a red and brown cover that can be assumed to not be the original.

Creator

St. Thomas Aquinas

Source

Library Catalog

Publisher

Parisiis : Ex officinis Tri-Adelphorum Bibliopolarum, via Iacobae & in monte D. Halarij

Date

1607

Format

Leather-bound book: 36 cm tall, 24 cm long, and 9 cm wide

Medium

Paper

Language

Latin

Provenance

Georgetown College (stamps).
Colophon identifies Tri-Adelphorum Bibliopolarum as Rolini Thierry and Nicolai du Fossé ( both on the via Iacobae) and Petri Cheualier [sic] in monte D. Halarij.

Document Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Book

Citation

St. Thomas Aquinas , “Summa Theologiae, 1607.,” Digital Exhibits, accessed October 17, 2021, https://cuexhibits.wrlc.org/items/show/8406.