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BUCER, Martin (1491-1551).
In sacra quatuor Evangelia, enarrationes perpetuae, secundùm
& postremùm recognitae. Quibus inspersi sunt syncerioris theologiae loci communes, ad
Scripturarum fidem simpliciter & nullius cum insectatione tractati: adiectis etiam aliquot locorum
tractationibus, & indice copiosissimo.
[Genève], Robert Estienne, 1553.
Folio. (8) 311 (11) lvs.
with: IDEM.
Psalmorum libri quinque ad Hebraicam veritatem traducti, et summa fide, paríque
diligentia à Martino Bucero enarrati. Eiusdem commentarii In librum Iudicum, & In Sophoniam
[Genève], Robert Estienne, 1554.
Folio. (16) 584 (23) pp. Seventeenth-century blind-
stamped vellum.
Posthumously published editions of Bucer’s commentaries on the Gospels and the Psalms, the last one also
containing his commentaries on Judges and Zephaniah. Bucer’s originally separately published commentaries
on the Synoptic Gospels (1527) and the Gospel of John (1528) were put into one volume twice before, in 1530 and
1536. The commentary on the Psalms was first published in 1529, followed by editions in 1532 and 1547. The idea of
reprinting these commentaries once again came from the printer himself, who expresses the utmost admiration
for Bucer’s learning and brilliance as an expositor of the Scriptures in an explanatory preface to the commentary on
the Psalms. The commentaries on the Gospels and the Psalms are two of Bucer’s most important exegetical works.
- Small split in upper joint, library bookplate on upper pastedown, library stamp on title page, and lower margin
slightly waterstained.
Bucer Bibliographie 198; Stupperich 28b; Mentz 24b; Chaix-Dufour-Moeckli 21; Renouard p. 82; Adams B 3041.
Bucer Bibliographie 201; Stupperich 25d, 101, 22a; Mentz 23d; Chaix-Dufour-Moeckli 22; Renouard p. 83;
Adams B 3048.
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