Transcribing Faith

Commonplace book

The untitled commonplace book included here may have been started as early as the 16th century, but continued to be used and added to well into the 19th century. Its compilers expressed interest in a wide range of topics, from religious and moral questions to the liberal arts to strange events. Through its juxtaposition of subjects, the book shows us how religion was woven into the fabric of early modern intellectual life. View: Catalog record | Digitized item | PDF

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