Tag Archives: Ecclesiastical

Thomas Larkham or Larcome 1602–1669


He was born at Lyme Regis, Dorset, in 1602, matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge in 1619, and proceeded B.A. from Trinity Hall in 1622, and M.A. 1626. In 1622 he was living at Shobrooke, near Crediton, where he married. He was instituted vicar of Northam, near Bideford, in 1626, where his puritan views brought him into trouble. A petition against him was delivered about 1639, and he was proceeded against in the Consistory Court at Exeter. In 1640 Larkham left with his family for New England, going first to Massachusetts, but moved on to Dover called also then Northam.

Size 26 x 20 cms
Price £18.00


Rinaldo d’Este 1618-1672

Cardinal Rinaldo d’Este was born in 1618, the son of Alfonso III d’Este, Duke of Modena and Isabella of Savoy. He was the brother of Francesco d’Este who succeeded his father as Duke of Modena.. He was elected Bishop of Reggio Emilia in December 1650 and participated in the Papal conclave of 1655 which elected Pope Alexander VII, the conclave of 1667, which elected Pope Clement IX and the conclave of 1669–1670, which elected Pope Clement X. On 24 August 1671 he opted for the order of bishops and was appointed Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina.
Subject nationality: Italian

Subject gender: Male


Size 22 x 16 cms

Price £25.00


Karl Theodor von Dalberg 1744-1817

Karl Theodor Anton Maria von Dalberg was a Catholic German bishop and statesman. In various capacities, he served as Prince-Archbishop of Regensburg, Arch-Chancellor of the Holy Roman Empire, Bishop of Constance and Worms, Prince-Primate of the Confederation of the Rhine and grand duke of Frankfurt.
Size 9 x 12 cms
Price £14.00


Wolfgangus Theodoricus 1559-1617

Wolfgang Theodoricus Raitenavius or more rarely Wolfgangus Theodoricus a Raitenau 1559 in the palace of Hofen died 1617 in the castle of the city of Salzburg) was the archbishop prince of Salzburg from in 1587 until 1612. Before that he was abbot of the monastery at Murbach for a short time. The buildings and squares, which were ordered to be constructed by the architect Santino Solari, contribute a great deal to the modern appearance of Juva.
Artist: Mathias Merian the Elder
Size 11 x 18 cms
Price £28.00


Jakob Böhme 1575-1624

Jakob Böhme was a German philosopher, Christian mystic, and Lutheran Protestant theologian. He was considered an original thinker by many of his contemporaries within the Lutheran tradition, and his first book, commonly known as Aurora, caused a great scandal.
Size 9 x 12 cms
Price £14.00


Georg Ulrich Wolkenstein 1598-1663

Georg Ulrich von Wolkenstein-Rodeneck, Count of Wolkenstein-Rodeneck since 1630 (born November 1, 1598 at Bruck Castle (Lienz); † April 23, 1663 in Regensburg) was a German canon and envoy to the Westphalian Peace Congress and the Frankfurt Deputation Day ( 1643–1645) and the Reichstag in Regensburg in 1653.
Size 17 x 28.5 cms
Price £28.00