First edition. A very rare copy. The second volume is present here.
Period soft vellum. Both inner covers when placed end to end form a placard (see photos).
The spine is missing. Some attachments are missing. Some fragments of paper are missing without any loss of text, especially on the title page (see photos).
The interior is good as a whole, with little foxing. The volume is quite complete.
A first volume was published the same year, not present here. Sequels were published in 1742 and 1783. All of the volumes are rare.
"One of the most important printed sources for the history of the Philippines. Aduarte, a Dominican, reached the Philippines in 1595 and soon became bishop. He compiled this history of the missions, especially noting the cruelty of the Spaniards who controlled the islands, the success of the missions and the lives of the martyrs in Japan. Following Aduarte, his collaborator Domnigo Gonazalez updated Part I for final publication. Most copies of the first edition of Part I printed in Manila at the University of Santo Thomas, 1640 were lost in a shipwreck en route to Spain. Part II was written by Baltasar de Santa Cruz; Part III by Vicente de Salazar and Part IV by Domingo Collantes; all at the Colegio de Santo Thomas. Cordier Japonica 351-353. Brunet I, 54; Medina, Manila 215, 315."
- Aantal boeken
- Geschiedenis, Koloniale geschiedenis, Reizen
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Diego Aduarte
- Tomo Segundo De La Historia De La Provincia Del Santo Rosario De Filipinas, Japon, Y China
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
- Eerste druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Domingo Gascon
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 30×20 cm