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Le Diece veglie di Bartolomeo Arnigio. De gli ammendati costume dell'humana vita. Nelle quali non sol si tratta di quelle vertù, ch'à viuer nella luce di Dio, & de gli huomini bisogneuoli sono: ma etiandio si flagellano acerrimamente que' vitij, che più de gli altri trasuiano dal camino de la vera gloria, & guastano la gratia ciuile.
appresso Vangelista Deuchino, In Treuiso [Treviso] 1602 - 4to (210x144 mm), contemporary paper board bindingwith three raised bands at spine, Author’s name in black at spine; pp. [8], 700, [12]. Last leaf is blank. Title-page in red and black types. Woodcut title vignette (printer's device); head- and tail-pieces; initials; printed marginal notes. The work includes index and register. An uncommon moral treatise by Bartolomeo Arnigio, divided into ten "vigils", pretending to be held between friends in the Brescia house of Orrensio Domizio. The conversations have as their object the various issues related to morality: the search for the good and happiness, ignorance as a factor to the evil inclination, drunkenness, the effects of anger and impatience, excessive curiosity, legal and illicit games, the true religion, shame, temperance, marriage, lying, etc. Bartolomeo Arnigio (Brescia, 1523-ivi, 1577) was a scholar, poet of Petrarch intonation, and a physician, member of the Academy of Occult. References: IT\ICCU\TO0E\007389. OCLC, 83824760 (three copies in USA) and 632427464 (one copy in Germany). Cond.: Traces of use. Very light soiling at some leaves. A very good copy. 725g.
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