EUSEBIUS PAMPHILI.  260?-340? De evangelica preparatione.  [Georgius Trapezuntius, translator; Hieronymus Bononius, editor.] Venice: [Bartholomaeus de Zanis for Octavianus Scotus, 3. November 1498 or] 10. November 1500.

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EUSEBIUS PAMPHILI. 260?-340?
De evangelica preparatione. [Georgius Trapezuntius, translator; Hieronymus Bononius, editor.] Venice: [Bartholomaeus de Zanis for Octavianus Scotus, 3. November 1498 or] 10. November 1500.

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EUSEBIUS PAMPHILI. 260?-340?
De evangelica preparatione. [Georgius Trapezuntius, translator; Hieronymus Bononius, editor.] Venice: [Bartholomaeus de Zanis for Octavianus Scotus, 3. November 1498 or] 10. November 1500.
Folio (314 x 210 mm). 65 (of 66 leaves, lacking final blank). 62 lines and headline, double columns. Types: 1:105R, 2:80R; white on black woodcut initials. 20th century vellum; quarter morocco slipcase. Marginal repairs and staining at beginning.
Provenance: early ink marginalia.

Later edition of this popular work. Eusebius was the Bishop of Caesarea and a favorite of Emperor Constantine. His evangelical preparation is an introduction to Christianity for pagans. The work is printed in a beautiful Roman type, and contains small woodcut initials. BMC V, 435; BSB-Ink E-119. Goff E-123; GW 9445; HC 6707.
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EUSEBIUS PAMPHILI.  260?-340? De evangelica preparatione.  [Georgius Trapezuntius, translator; Hieronymus Bononius, editor.] Venice: [Bartholomaeus de Zanis for Octavianus Scotus, 3. November 1498 or] 10. November 1500.
EUSEBIUS PAMPHILI.  260?-340? De evangelica preparatione.  [Georgius Trapezuntius, translator; Hieronymus Bononius, editor.] Venice: [Bartholomaeus de Zanis for Octavianus Scotus, 3. November 1498 or] 10. November 1500.
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