Title (lat)

Expositio in evangelium secundum Johannem

Author

Aurelius Augustinus

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Publishing

[Johann Amerbach]

Description

Aurelius Augustinus, auch Augustinus von Hippo (354 - 430) war einer der vier lateinischen Kirchenlehrer der Spätantike und ein wichtiger Philosoph an der Epochenschwelle zwischen Antike und Mittelalter. Er gilt als der christliche Denker, der das westliche Christentum am meisten prägte.
Vorliegend seine Ausführungen zum Johannesevangelium.

Katalog Inkunabeln UB Wien: 75
ISTC ia01275000
HCR HC 1982
GW 2912

St. Augustine, also Augustine of Hippo (354 - 430) was a Latin philosopher and one of the four Doctors of the Church of late antiquity and an important philosopher of the epochal threshold between antiquity and the Middle Ages. He is generally considered as most influential in the development of Western Christianity.
This work is concerned with the gospel of St. John.

Object languages

Latin

Date

1491

Rights

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Classification

incunabula

theology

St. Augustine

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ÖFOS 2002, Dogmatic theology

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o:73336 Incunabula of the main library of Vienna University Library