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CONSTITUTIONES PONTIFICAE ET ROMANARUM CONGREGATIONUM DECISIONES AD CONFESSARIOS. [g], Pittono, Jo. Baptista, compiler.

Author Name    Pittono, Jo. Baptista, compiler.

Title   CONSTITUTIONES PONTIFICAE ET ROMANARUM CONGREGATIONUM DECISIONES AD CONFESSARIOS. [g]

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good with no dust jacket

Publisher   Venice, Italy Leonardus Pittonus 1715

Seller ID   28572

We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [30], 372, [4] pages; Italian 18th-Century Religious Imprint: , contemporary full vellum, edges stained red; light wear, minor staining. Lacking front free endpaper, foot of title page repaired and with no publication date in evidence possibly due to that. Scattered light foxing. Binding solid. Digest of Papal rulings on confessions & confessors. -Collection of regulations and decrees papal congregation from 1055 until 1721, by Giovanni Battista Pittoni priest Venetian (1666-1748) . Extensive table of contents and index. Illustrated title page- see graphic. Graphic of book exterior also available.

Price = 375.95 USD


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