Diuinarum instituitionum liber VII de ira dei liber I de opificio dei liber I epitome in libris suos, liber acephalos 1561 by Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Divine Institutions
Some underlining and margin notes, p262 wrongly numbered as p252, very small cut to a few top edges, no loss of text to guillotining,
The Divine Institutions, in seven books, establishes the Christian religion by refuting false religion or paganism, treating about the origin of error, of false wisdom, then of true wisdom and religion, of justice, of true worship and of happiness. Lactantius converted to Christianity, a religion persecuted by the Roman Empire, causing him to exile, returning during a edict of toleration. The other matters of which he treats is of the work of God and the wrath of God.
Author Coelii Lactantii Firmiani
Binding Disbound, boards detached, spine still attached,
Publisher Marnes, Paris
Condition Good, text block firm, boards can be re-affixed,
Pages 786, index 46