Holy Office v. Domingos Lopes Rosa, Lisbon (1647)

Source: Torre do Tombo, Lisbon, Portugal

Holy Office v. Domingos Lopes Rosa, Lisbon (1647), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Holy Office versus Domingos Lopes Rosa

Full title original language:
Processo de Domingos Lopes Rosa

Proceedings against Domingos Lopes Rosa, bookprinter, cristão-velho (Christian with no Jewish ascendency), son of Simão Lopes and Eulália Antunes, 40 years old, born and residing in Lisbon, single, accused of printing a Latin letter entitled «Cipriano Pantagalho» without the authorisation of the Holy Office. Date of arrest: 27th March 1647. Auto-da-Fé of 13th April 1647: Suspended from bookprinting for one year, fine of 20 Cruzados due to expenses incurred with burning relevant documents and payment of judicial expenses. The proceedings were headed by the Ecclesiastical Inquisitional Court of the Holy Office (Case number 1804). By Patricia Akester

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Author: Holy Office

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Year: 1647

Location: Lisbon

Language: Portuguese

Source: Torre do Tombo, Lisbon, Portugal

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Ecclesiastical Inquisitional Court of the Holy Office



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