1608 Vellum Bound Book on the Carthusian Monks During the Protestant Reformation
Commentariolus De Vitae Ratione Et Martyrio Octodecim Cartusianorum Qui In Anglia sub Rege Herico VIII. The extended title loosely translates to “on the way of life and the martyrdom of Carthusian monks in England under the reign of King Henry VIII, and the speed with which they were butchered for the defence of the Church from a wicked schism, along with historical reports on the twelve Carthusian martyrs in the year 1522.”
This book was published in 1608, during the reign of King James VI and I (I of England, VI of Scotland).
|Title and Author/Editor||Commentariolvs De Vitae Ratione Et Martyrio Octodecim Cartvsianorvm Qvi In Anglia sub Rege Herico VIII (Walter Manilium)|
|Period||Early 17th Century|
|Number of Books||1|
- vellum displays cracks and warping; general tight binding and hinges; edgewear; discoloration; foxing.