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Handwritten poem in Latin. The item is dedicated to his Eminence, Carlus Aloizius Morichinius, Cardinal and Archbishop of Bologna. The item is dated 21 November 1875.
Disputatio nova contra mulieres, qua probatur, eas homines non esse. Defensio sexus muliebris opposita futilis. Disputatio nova contra mulieres, qua ostenditz eas homines non esse
This volume includes handwritten copies of three pamphlets, likely made from the original printed version. "Disputatio nova contra mulieres, qua ostenditz, eas homines non esse" is a refutation of "Defensio sexus muliebris opposita futilis" by Simon Gedik (1551-1631). Gedik's essay is a defense of Socinian logic and the former document is an attack on that mode of thinking as well as a satirical attack on the nature of women. The pamphlet was probably first published in 1594 or 1595.
Handwritten list in Latin. The item is a list of inscriptions, mostly from grave markers, by an unknown author. The date of the item is also uncertain.
Handwritten Latin index of books which are believed to have been located in some library in Europe.
Contains a letter written by and to unidentified people, which appears to be about Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics. Dated approximately 1892.
Contains the personal and professional papers of Nibley. Includes research notes, manuscripts, photographs, publications, personal papers, and ephemera that document his work as a Mormon scholar, a professor, and a father. Materials date approximately 1844 to 2008.
Materials include thirty-one original leaves from antiquarian books of scripture (or other religious works) or academia, with accompanying facsimile title pages on folio-sized paper. The display sheets reproduce the title pages of the books from which the leaves were removed, and were intended to allow the book leaves to be mounted for display purposes. Publication dates range from 1483-1748.
Handwritten biography of Thomas Stapleton in Latin believed to have been written by Henry Holland for the prefix to the compilation of Stapleton's works entitled: "Opera Omnia." The work was published in 1620. Stapleton was an important Catholic writer and scholar in England.
- Literature 5
- Language and Languages 3
- Letters 2
- Aristotle. Nicomachean ethics 1
- Biography 1
- Books -- History -- Sources 1
- Cardinals -- Italy 1
- Catholics -- England -- Biography 1
- Facsimiles 1
- Home and Family 1
- Indexes 1
- Indexes -- History -- Sources 1
- Inscriptions, Latin 1
- Latin poetry, Medieval and modern 1
- Latin poetry, Medieval and modern -- History and criticism 1
- Leaf books 1
- Lists 1
- Photographs 1
- Publications 1
- Religion 1
- Research (Documents) 1
- Sepulchral monuments 1
- Social Life and Customs 1
- Socinianism 1
- Women -- Anecdotes 1
- Women -- History -- Renaissance, 1450-1600 1 ∧ less
- English 3
- Multiple languages 3
- Arabic 1
- Coptic 1
- French 1
- Amalbertius, Mullietus 1
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1
- Holland, Henry, 1583-1650? 1
- Morichinius, Carlus Aloizius 1
- Nibley, Hugh, 1910-2005 1