Lapide loquente, or, The speaking stone
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Lapide loquente, or, The speaking stone being an heraldic analysis of certain carved armorials at present set up at Little Wolford in the County of Warwick; and touching upon the histories of the Sheldon, Willington, Greville, Catesby & Hyckes families in that shire. Containing much original material. by P. Drinkwater

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Published by P. Drinkwater in Shipston-on-Stour .
Written in English

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The Great Commentary of Cornelius Lapide Volume 3 [Lapide, Cornelius] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Great Commentary of Cornelius Lapide Volume 3Author: Cornelius Lapide. The Foundations of the Celestial City Are Made of Precious Stones One should note that John describes the foundations of the celestial Jerusalem, that is, the beauty and the adornment of its precious stones, for these reasons: gardens and woods, as St. Anselm teaches in De Similitude chap. 44 and Barradius in vol. 3, b chap. 3. CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK. BACKORDERS WILL BE ACCEPED FOR DELIVERY IN LATE JUNE. or JULY. THIS BOOK WILL BE REPRINTED IN THE SPRING OF Cornelius a Lapide created a Scripture Commentary so complete and scholarly that it was practically the universal commentary in use by Catholics (often available only in 30 some Latin volumes) for hundreds of years. Full text of "The great commentary of Cornelius à Lapide" See other formats.

Cornelius a Lapide wrote ample commentaries on all the books of the Catholic Canon of Scripture, with the exception only of Job and the Psalms. Even before leaving Flanders, he edited the "Commentaries in omnes divi Pauli epistolas" () and, "in Pentateuchum" (), both at Antwerp. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 4to. (10 x 7 x inches). pages. Translated by W. F. Cobb D.D. Edited by Paul A. Boer Sr. Language: English. Reprint Edition []. This translation was first published in Language: English. Weight: 2 pounds, ounces. Lapide's first publication of this work was in the early Seventeenth. Lapideous definition is - of the nature of stone: stony.   French: second-person singular present indicative/subjunctive of lapideraccusative plural of lapis.

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