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NICHOLAS, of Cusa, Cardinal (1401--1464)
[De visione Dei. English]
Ophthalmos apiloys or the single eye, entituled the vision of God wherein is infolded the mistery of divine presence, so to be in one place finitely in apperance, as yet in every place no lesse present, and whilst Hee is here, Hee is universally every where infinitely himselfe. Penned by that learned Dr. Cvsanvs, and published for the good of the saints. By Giles Randall.
London: printed for John Streater, 1646.
[24], 178, [2] p., add. engr. t.-pl. ; 12.0 cm. (12º)

Dr. Cusanus = Nicholas of Cusa. A translation of De visione Dei. The first two words of the title are in Greek letters. With initial blank leaf A1 and final blank leaf I6. Wing K395; ESTC r208815; Thomason E.1212[1].

Copy Notes Without the initial and final blank leaves. Inscribed in ink on verso of title-page C. Bruch / 1772. Cropped at the foot with loss of third line of imprint.

Binding C18th half calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt-ruled spine, black spine-label.

Reference Number 4773


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