Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Aesopus:
Vita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [Low German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [Low German] (From the translation of Heinrich Steinhöwel). Leonardus Brunus Aretinus: De duobus amantibus Guiscardo et Sigismunda [Low German] (From the translation of Nikolaus von Wyle)

ISTC No.ia00122400
AuthorAesopus
TitleVita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [Low German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [Low German] (From the translation of Heinrich Steinhöwel). Leonardus Brunus Aretinus: De duobus amantibus Guiscardo et Sigismunda [Low German] (From the translation of Nikolaus von Wyle)
Imprint[Magdeburg : Moritz Brandis, about 1492]
Format
NotesWoodcuts
De duobus amantibus is a translation into Latin by Brunus of Boccaccio, Decameron IV.1
Reference worksVoull(B) 1502; Schr 3040; Borchling & Claussen 215; Niederdeutsche HSS und Inkunabeln 52 (with plate); Borm 19; GW 365
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2001. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 47 - German Vernacular Literature Part II, GV 7

Holdings

GermanyBerlin SB (fragments)
Wolfenbüttel HAB
Number of holding institutions2
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00
 

Aesopus:
Vita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [Low German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [Low German] (From the translation of Heinrich Steinhöwel). Leonardus Brunus Aretinus: De duobus amantibus Guiscardo et Sigismunda [Low German] (From the translation of Nikolaus von Wyle)

ISTC No.ia00122400
AuthorAesopus
TitleVita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [Low German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [Low German] (From the translation of Heinrich Steinhöwel). Leonardus Brunus Aretinus: De duobus amantibus Guiscardo et Sigismunda [Low German] (From the translation of Nikolaus von Wyle)
Imprint[Magdeburg : Moritz Brandis, about 1492]
Format
NotesWoodcuts
De duobus amantibus is a translation into Latin by Brunus of Boccaccio, Decameron IV.1
Reference worksVoull(B) 1502; Schr 3040; Borchling & Claussen 215; Niederdeutsche HSS und Inkunabeln 52 (with plate); Borm 19; GW 365
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2001. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 47 - German Vernacular Literature Part II, GV 7

Holdings

GermanyBerlin SB (fragments)
Wolfenbüttel HAB
Number of holding institutions2
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00