De Petro et Roma adversus Velenu[m] Lutheranum, libri quatuor /
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Oldrich Velensky, Latinized as Ulrich Velenus, was a Bohemian Protestant who opposed the papal claims to power based on St. Peter's residence and martyrdom in Rome. Cochlaeus upholds the traditional Catholic view that St. Peter was martyred in Rome in the reign of Nero in this volume against Velensky's criticism.
There is an inscription on the upper pastedown which is a list of works in a seventeenth century hand: "Rex angli in Lutheri; Cocleus in Velenu[m]; Cocleus de autoriate Ec[c]l[less]ie; Mathei Auniglaii hebrey Institutiones." Originally all four works were bound together. Only two works by Cochlaeus are included in this volume. There is also a possible former ownership inscription on the title page which is only partly legible.
This is the first item in a bound collection, bound in blind-stamped pigskin over paper boards.
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Signatures: [A]4, B-Q4; P2 unsigned.
Pegg, Great Britain
BM STC German
The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e., not protected by copyright, has been produced by the Emory University Digital library Publications Program
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- Cochlaeus, Johannes, 1479-1552
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- Velenus, Ulrichus, approximately 1495-approximately 1531. In hoc libello gravissimis certissimisque et in Sacra Scriptura fundatis rationibus variis probatur, Apostolum Petrum Romam non venisse
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- Cochlaeus, Johannes, 1479-1552. De Petro et Roma adversus Velenu[m] Lutheranum, libri quatuor /. 1525. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/101761353. (Accessed December 16, 2018.)
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