Vaticinia, [ca. 1689-1700].


Joachim, of Fiore, ca. 1132-1202. Vaticinia, [ca. 1689-1700].

Vaticinia, [ca. 1689-1700].

Manuscript created either before or after the publication of the book, consisting of prophecies concerning the papacy and the Catholic Church. Each prophecy is illustrated with a drawing in ink. The text includes material attributed to Joachim, Abbott of Fiore, and Anselm, Bishop of Marsico. The last pope caricatured is Alexander VIII (papacy 1689-1691). Vol. 1 is written on vellum, and bound in vellum; v. 2 is on paper, and bound in 18th-century brocaded paper wrappers.

2 v. ([20], [36] leaves) : ill. ; 24 cm.



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