The Resource La forest de conscience contenant la chasse des princes spirituelle

La forest de conscience contenant la chasse des princes spirituelle

Label
La forest de conscience contenant la chasse des princes spirituelle
Title
La forest de conscience contenant la chasse des princes spirituelle
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
fre
Cataloging source
CMalG
Citation location within source
  • column 1199, 1055
  • III, column 1704
Citation source
  • Mouchon, P. Supplement de Thiebaud
  • Brunet
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Michel, Guillaume
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Lenoir, M.
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  • Conduct of life
  • Deadly sins
  • Cardinal virtues
  • Hunting stories
Label
La forest de conscience contenant la chasse des princes spirituelle
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • "Guyllaume michel" is named in the Privilege as author, and again in the colophon: "Guillaume michel dit de tours"
  • Le Noir's device on t.p
  • Bâtarde letters, 32 lines, marginal notes, historiated initials
  • Signatures: A-P8
  • Woodcut illustrations feature banderoles with type-set inscriptions
  • Brunet notes that the more frequently found 2nd ed., 1520, is an exact duplication of this obscure first ed. by the same publisher
  • The author, in prose and verse, uses the chase and appropriate animals to exemplify the pursuit of a moral life fraught with the seven mortal sins and potential punishments for straying from the righteous path. Antoine Vérard appears to be the source of some illustrations
Extent
1 online resource ([119] pages
Form of item
online
Note
Binding of 19th century brown morocco, gold-tooled, fore-edge gilding, marbled papers, bookplates of Marcel Jeanson and H[enri] Gallice, both collectors of early hunting related works, Gallice an editor and translator as well.
Other physical details
24 illustrations (woodcuts))
Specific material designation
remote
Label
La forest de conscience contenant la chasse des princes spirituelle
Link
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • "Guyllaume michel" is named in the Privilege as author, and again in the colophon: "Guillaume michel dit de tours"
  • Le Noir's device on t.p
  • Bâtarde letters, 32 lines, marginal notes, historiated initials
  • Signatures: A-P8
  • Woodcut illustrations feature banderoles with type-set inscriptions
  • Brunet notes that the more frequently found 2nd ed., 1520, is an exact duplication of this obscure first ed. by the same publisher
  • The author, in prose and verse, uses the chase and appropriate animals to exemplify the pursuit of a moral life fraught with the seven mortal sins and potential punishments for straying from the righteous path. Antoine Vérard appears to be the source of some illustrations
Extent
1 online resource ([119] pages
Form of item
online
Note
Binding of 19th century brown morocco, gold-tooled, fore-edge gilding, marbled papers, bookplates of Marcel Jeanson and H[enri] Gallice, both collectors of early hunting related works, Gallice an editor and translator as well.
Other physical details
24 illustrations (woodcuts))
Specific material designation
remote

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