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Incunabula

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Leaf from A Digest of Civil Law, 1491

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 8, Object: 1
Identifier: Item 8
Scope and Contents A leaf from "A Digest of Civil Law" by Andrea Torresano of Asolo. The work demonstrates the gothic type in its most picturesque form. Issued in 1491, it is an incunabula. The recto side of the leaf is marked LXII.
Dates: Issued: 1491

Leaf from In Psalterium Expositio, 1491

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 7
Identifier: Item 7
Scope and Contents From "In Psalterium Expositio", conisting of a commentary on the Psalms by Cassiodorus, a high official under Theodoric and his successor Athalaric. This volume is from the press of Johann de Amerbach and due to the date of its printing (1491), it is considered an incunabula. The recto side of the leaflet is marked LV. The verso side has no page number.
Dates: 1491

Stultefera Navis leaf, 1498

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 12, Object: 1
Identifier: Item 12
Scope and Contents A leaf from "Stulefera Navis", the Latin version of the famous satirical German poem, Das Narrenschiff, or the Ship of Fools by Sebastian Brant. Printed by Bergman von Olpe at Basle in 1498, the recto side of the incunable leaf is marked XXII on the top.
Dates: 1498