Seqvitvr Memoriale qvoddam desideriorvm et bonarvm cogitationvm / patris magistri sanctae memoriae Petri Fabri, ex patris N.B. Ignatii sociis, 1542.

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Faber, Petrus, 1506-1546. Seqvitvr Memoriale qvoddam desideriorvm et bonarvm cogitationvm / patris magistri sanctae memoriae Petri Fabri, ex patris N.B. Ignatii sociis, 1542.

Seqvitvr Memoriale qvoddam desideriorvm et bonarvm cogitationvm / patris magistri sanctae memoriae Petri Fabri, ex patris N.B. Ignatii sociis, 1542.

Manuscript written in various hands, and bound in vellum. Caption title. A half erased line on leaf 1 seems to read: Domus probationis Treverensis.Text ends (on leaf 142 verso): conuersantes ut ide[m] faciant exortando.

1 v. (142 leaves) ; 17 cm.

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