Rara edition of the work of Boezio Vallino
Consolationis philosophiae libri V by Severino Boezio
|Numer of book:||1|
|Title:||Consolationis philosophiæ libri V|
|Editor:||Batavorum : apud Franciscum Hackium,|
An. Manl. Sever. Boetii, Consolationis philosophiæ libri V. Ejusd. opuscula sacra auctiora. Renatus Vallinus recensuit, & notis illustravit. Lugd. Batavorum : apud Franciscum Hackium, 1656. Pages. (30), 214, (14), 117, (7); cm. 16,5 x 10,5.
Beautiful and rare edition of the main work of Severino Boezio (Rome, 475/477 – Pavia, 524/526), famous philosopher considered one of the founders of Scholastica, whose works had considerable influence on the Christian philosophy of the Middle Ages. Unbeknownst to Teodorico, in September 524 he was accused of practicing magic arts and was imprisoned in Pavia. During his imprisonment he wrote the De Consolatione Philosophiae.