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Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale

Edited by Charles-Antoine CHAMAY

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Conrad Badius printed the Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale in Geneva in 1560. This virulent attack on the Church of Rome, that is at the same time a defence against French pamphlets targeting Protestants, is remarkable for the obvious care given to the writing and for its humour reminiscent of Rabelais. Who wrote it? It has often been attributed to its printer, Conrad Badius, and occasionally to the reformer Pierre Viret. Charles-Antoine Chamay rejects these attributions in favour of Theodore de Bèze, the reformer who would soon succeed Calvin. His edition of the Satyres reveals what is at stake in a text that has been neglected for too long.

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Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale

Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale

Conrad Badius printed the Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale in Geneva in 1560. This virulent attack on the Church of Rome, that is at the same time a defence against French pamphlets targeting Protestants, is remarkable for the obvious care...

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Title Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale
Edition First Edition
By (author) Théodore de BÈZE
Edited by Charles-Antoine CHAMAY
ISSN 0257-4063
Issue 576
Language Français
Publisher Librairie Droz
Title First Published 09/1/2005
 
Format Paperback/softback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-00923-2
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600009232
Reference no. 1-576
Publication Date 09/1/2005
Nb of pages XCII - 228
Dimensions 11.5 x 18 cm
Weight 410 gr
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