Jesuit Domus professa, Rome

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Books formerly in the library of the Jesuit Domus professa in Rome

The first professed house of the Society of Jesus was the Roman residence of the Superior General (abbreviation: Dom. Prof. Rom.), which was located at the Gesù church until the suppression of the Society in 1773; and again from 1814 to 1873.[1]

Shelfmark W/M-5-10
Paolo Giovio, the Elder. Pauli Iouii ... illustrium virorum vitae..
Florence: 1549.
Inscription on title page: Domus Prof. Rom. Soc. Iesu ex dono Porani (?) Plati.
References
  1. Wiktor Gramatowski SJ, Jesuit Glossary: Guide to understanding the documents. English version Camilla Russell. [1]