Erasmus, The Paraphrasis of Erasmus - 1st page

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Date:1570 - 1650 (c.)

Description:The Paraphrasis of Erasmus

1st page with illuminated initial letter possibly showing the story of Jacob's Ladder.

Originally at Barcheston church.

This was written by Erasmus the Dutch scholar and humanist between 1571 and 1524. His commentary covers the New Testament and was translated by Nicholas Udall. It was first printed in England in 1548 and 1549.

The volume has been rebound and some pages are now missing. It is not known who gave it to Barcheston church.


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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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