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Title: Scutum Antiquitatis Carmelitanae inexpugnabile, tela oppugnantium religionem Carmelitanam, quasi à magno Propheta SS. Patriarcha Nostro Elia, primo vitae monasticae inventore, minimè institutam; sed ab Aymerico Patriarcha Antiocheno caeptam; nec Joannem II. Patriarcham XLIV. Jerosolymorum fuisse Monachum & Carmelitani, Librumq́; de Institutione Monachorum, in veteri lege exortorum, & in nova perseverantium, non ipsius Ingenij genuinum partum, sed longè post, sub ejus nomine editum, asserentium, Retundens, Sacrâ Scripturâ, Bullis summorum pontificum, S. R. E. actis, SS. Patrum, classicorum doctorum innumerabilium, tam Cleri Saecularis, quàm Regularis, ferè omnium Ordinum Auctoritate, obarmatum et multoties contra jacula adversariorum, erectum. Et nunc à cupientibus nova praelia, recenter vibrata, de novo arreptum, et oppositum â quodam Carmelita Discalceato.
Title in English: The Unbeatable Shield of the Ancient Carmelites, Arrows, Attacking the Religion of the Carmelites, as if Created by the Great Patriarch Elijah, the First Founder of Monastic Life; but Adopted by Aymeric, Patriarch of Antioch; John II, the 44th Patriarch, Was Not One of the Monks of Jerusalem and Carmelites That Appeared in the Old Law and Remained in the New, and by Rejecting the Book on the Teachings of Monks, Not Conceived Through His Talents but Published Under His Name Much Later, Armed by the Holy Bible, the Bulls of the Highest Priests, the Acts of the Holy Roman Church, and the Authority of the Holy Fathers, Innumerable Classical Teachers, Both Worldly Priest and Regular Priest, and the Authority of Almost all Orders and Holding it Before Frequent Spears of Enemies. And Now Newly Attacked by Those Wishing for New Battles Which Recently Were Fought and Angered by Some Barefoot Carmelite.
Published: Vilnae Typis S. R. M. Academicis Societatis Jesu. Anno Domini 1741.
Binding: contemporary binding.
The book on the Oder of the Carmelites The Unbeatable Shield of the Ancient Carmelites provides historical information on the Carmelites of Lithuania. The book is dedicated to the Record Keeper of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Elder of Ašmena Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski (1712–1783). It is decorated with the united coat of arms of the Oginski and Radziwill families. The book is marked with the seal of the Library of the Vilnius Diocese Priest Seminary.