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Editorial Criteria Of The Scholarly Edition Of The Thesoro De La Passion (1494)

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The princeps edition of Andrés de Li's Thesoro de la passion appeared in 1494, a product of the Zaragozan press operated by Pablo Hurus. There are 133 woodcuts in the Zaragoza: Hurus, 1494 Thesoro de la passion. The content and position of all the 1494 woodcuts are all indicated in the present edition by brackets and the notation. It must be noted that the Thesoro de la passion is replete with hundreds of references to Biblical, Classical, and other theological texts. Given that the unique cultural and literary value of the Thesoro de la passion lies in Li's creative and measured reinterpretation of the Passion tradition within the cultural dynamics of late fifteenth-century Spain, the focus of the present edition has been to properly situate Li and the Thesoro within the overall Passion tradition rather than to posit the possible provenance of every one of Li's references.

Keywords: Andrés de Li; princeps; Thesoro de la passion

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