Wolfgangus Musculus, Common Places of Christian Religion - metal clasp

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Date:1578

Description:Common Places of Christian Religion. Printed in London by Henry Bynnman, 1578.

Gathered by Wolfgangus Musculus, etc.
Translated out of Latine into English by John Man of Merton Colledge in Oxforde etc.

Originally at Barcheston church.

[The German - born Protestant theologian Musculus lived from 1497 - 1563. He wrote a number of religious treatises, three of which are published in this volume.

The coat of arms has not been identified, but is probably that of his patron.

The book was presented to Barcheston Church by Thomas Horton, rector 1631 -1639. He paid 9 shillings for it.]


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1550s
Barcheston Parish Register. Binding
Barcheston Parish Register. Binding

Barcheston Parish Register. Vellum binding

1570s
Wolfgangus Musculus, Common Places of Christian Religion -  binding.
Wolfgangus Musculus, Common Places of Christian Religion - binding.

Common Places of Christian Religion. Printed in London by Henry Bynnman, 1578. Gathered ...

1610s
John Jewel, A Sermon Made in Latine in Oxenford - binding
John Jewel, A Sermon Made in Latine in Oxenford - binding

A Sermon Made in Latine in Oxenford' etc. given by John Jewel, late bishop of Sarisburie: ...

1900s
Barcheston, Church font
Barcheston, Church font

Barcheston, Church Font.

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