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    Dialoghi, E Vita Del Santissimo Gregorio Papa... (Venetia: Appresso Christoforo Zanetti, 1575). Printer's device on title page, in Italian, (8), 249 pages, (14), 8vo vellum covered boards, paper library label on spine. Some loose pages; hinges splitting. Overall a lovely copy with illustrations. Vatican stamp on title page. Pope Saint Gregory I or Gregory the Great (540-604) was also known as Gregory Diagolus (the Dialogist) because of his writings. He was the first pope from a monastic background and is considered a Doctor of the Church, the true founder of the Early Medieval papacy. From the Henry E. Luhrs Collection.

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