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Pope Clement VIII published on 14 July the first book to bear this name, a revision, in line with the renewal ordered by the Council of Trent , of the contents of books, called Ordines Romani , written from the end of the seventh century on to describe the ceremonies for the election and ordination of a Pope and to give indications for Mass and other celebrations by the Pope in the course of the year. The contents of these books were enriched over time. A facsimile of the original edition in two books was published by Libreria Editrice Vaticana in Pope Innocent X issued a revised edition in In or the chapters, originally printed as single blocks, were divided into numbered paragraphs and summaries were added at the head of each chapter, in place of the previous titles. In , Pope Benedict XIV revised slightly the two preexisting books and added a third on ceremonies to be observed by those holding civil office in the Papal States.