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Catholic Church. Pope (1503–1513: Julius II). Bulla monitorii apostolici co[n]tra tres reuerendissimos cardinales, vt redea[n]t ad obedie[n]tia[m] S.d.n. Papa Ne Scisma in Ecclesia sancta dei oriet[ur]. [Rome: Marcello Silber?, 1511, after 7 August]. 4to (19.4cm, 7.63’’).  ff. $1,000.00
Attributed to the press of Marcello Silber, this papal bull issued by Julius II against Bernardino López de Carvajal, Guillaume Briçonnet, and Francisco Borgia appears here in its second edition. These were=> the three notorious cardinals who, supported by Louis XII of France, led an unauthorised synod called "Conciliabulum" of Pisa in 1511–12. The bull was issued over three months before the first meeting of the assembly as a "warning" to the Catholic community concerning the three cardinals’ schismatic intentions, and expressing the Pope’s desire they should desist as their seeking to disrupt the sacred and pure unity of the Church was "diabolic" and "sacrilegious."
The title-page bears Julius II’s large woodcut arms.
Provenance: Bookseller's label of Jean Clavreuil; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear.
Evidence of readership: Indistinct early inscription to title-page, 16th-century numbers and German inscription to verso of last leaf ("abst Consilium / Wie sten heillicken aus (?)").
WorldCat locates => one U.S. library (Pitts Theological, Emory U.) reporting ownership of this edition in the U.S.
EDIT16 CNCE 51283; Tinto, Annali, 104 (assigns it to Silber). 20th-century slate blue paper boards. Title-page and verso of last leaf soiled, text a bit dusty, and the odd marginal spot; first and last leaves strengthened at gutter. (40842) Please RESHELVE This.
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