"Passio Christi" pattern poem by Thomas Cecill, repurposed by Edward Benlowes in Theophila (1652)

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    Image
  • created on
  • file format
    jpg
  • file size
    432 KB
  • container title
    Edward Benlowes, Theophila (London: Henry Seile and Humphrey Moseley, 1652)
  • copyright status
    Public Domain
  • creator
    Edward Benlowes, Thomas Cecill
  • credit
    Used by permission of the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
  • original publisher
    Edward Benlowes, Roger Norton, Henry Seile, Humphrey Moseley
  • original publisher place
    London
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  • rights territory
    Worldwide
"Passio Christi" pattern poem by Thomas Cecill, repurposed by Edward Benlowes in Theophila (1652). In this copy, it is placed at the end of the text block. University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Folio EC65 B4387 652t.

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Engraving of Cecill's "Passio Christi" poem with emblematic hearts, hands, and other symbols embedded in the image.

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