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Incunable, 1482
Tolle lege: The Confessions of St. Augustine

Sciendu[m] est q[ue] B[ea]tus Augustin[us] in trib[us] vlti/-mis libri[s] [con]fessionu[m] mimis obscur[um] e[st]. : |b [2a] Ex libro retractationu[m] autustini ep[iscop]i. [?.25] Liber p[ri]mus [con]fessionu[m]. s[an]c[ti] Augustini Epi[scopi]. [2b] Incipit hic feliciter. [177b. COLOPHON] Explicit [con]fessionu[m] b[ea]ti augustini liber xiij...
[Cologne : Bartholomaeus de Unkel, 1482].

This is the third incunable edition of The Confessions. An incunable, or incunabulum, is a book printed before 1501.

Falvey Memorial Library acquired this edition in 1994 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the Augustinian Order in the United States.