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Novum Testamentum omne : multo quam antehac diligentius ab Erasmo Roterodamo recognitum, emendatum ac translatum, non solum ad Graecam veritatem, verum etiam ad multorum utriusque linguae codicum, eorumque veterum simul et emendatorum fidem ... Augustini. una cum Annotationibus recognitis, ac magna accessione locupletatis, quae lectorem doceant, quid qua ratione mutatum sit. ... : Addita sunt in singulas Apostolorum epistolas Argumenta / per Erasmum Rot.
Author, ContributorErasmus, Desiderius [1469-1536] ; Holbein, Ambrosius [ca. 1494-ca. 1519] ; Graf, Urs [1485-1527] ; Lützelburger, Hans [1495-1526]
Imprint[Basileae] : [in aedibus Ioannis Frobenii], [anno 1519]
Description2 Tle. (120, 566 S., [5] Bl., 579, [1] S.) : Ill. ; 2°
LanguageGreek, Ancient ; Latin
Bibliographical referenceVD16 B 4197 (VD16 E 3093/Tl. 2 als eigenständige Nr. aufgehoben) ; Panzer VI, 271 ; Hieronymus/Griechischer Geist Nr. 380 ; Holzschnitte: Brunet V, 735 f. - Isaac 14205. - Butsch, Bucher-Ornamentik I, S. 66, Taf. 46. - H. P. Kraus, N. Y., Cat. 75, Nr. 15
Providing InstitutionUniversitätsbibliothek Basel, AN VI 217
Persistent linkhttps://doi.org10.3931/e-rara-45895 
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ReferenceNovum Testamentum omne : multo quam antehac diligentius ab Erasmo Roterodamo recognitum, emendatum ac translatum, non solum ad Graecam veritatem, verum etiam ad multorum utriusque [...]. [Basileae] : [in aedibus Ioannis Frobenii], [anno 1519]. Universitätsbibliothek Basel, AN VI 217, https://doi.org10.3931/e-rara-45895 / Public Domain Mark