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Calendarium historicum / conscriptum a Paulo Ebero Kitthingensi ; et recens antè obitum ab eodem recognitum, & denuò plurimarum rerum memorabilium accessione auctum & locupletatum.

Author/Creator:
Eber, Paul, 1511-1569.
Other Title:
Calendarium historicvm
Publication:
VVitebergae : Excudebat haeredes Ioannis Cratonis, Anno MDLXXIX [1579]
Format/Description:
Book
[21], 413 [i.e. 415], [52] p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
Fingerprint:
a-a- m:s, S.r. DiSe (C) 1579 (R)
Subjects:
Chronology, Historical -- Early works to 1800.
Calendar -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Printed waste (Binding)
Place of Publication:
Germany Wittenberg.
Language:
Text chiefly in Latin, with occasional Greek or Hebrew.
Notes:
Signatures: A-E⁴ F⁶ G-3N⁴ 3O⁶.
Title in red and black.
Woodcut title vignette (printer's device) and initials.
Includes index.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries CAJS copy: RBR# 114
Culture Class Collection copy purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1962.
Penn Libraries Culture Class Collection copy has early dated ms. ownership inscription ("Sum ex libris M. Mathiae Eytneri. C. Nis. 1592. Cal. Maij") of Mathias Eytner in brown ink at foot of title leaf; early ms. ownership inscription ("Ex libris Principissa Piccolominia Bibliotheca Slakoverdensis Scholarum Piarum.") of the library of the Piarist college in Schlackenwerth (now Ostrov, Czech Republic), founded in 1666 and disbanded in 1876, in brown ink in fore-edge margin of title leaf.
Penn Libraries Culture Class Collection copy was formerly owned by Mathias Eytner (1559-1599) of Breslau (now Wrocław) and subsequently by his brother Noë Eytner; it contains their autographs and numerous dated personal inscriptions concerning their families and careers.
Penn Libraries Culture Class Collection copy: recorded in Mathias Eytner's hand are, among others, the names of various family members (his mother Anna Eytner, his brother Caspar Eytner, his nephew Mathias Eytner, and his stepfather Joannes Tschum), teachers, and ecclesiastical superiors (Martin von Gerstmann, Prince-Bishop of Breslau; Andreas von Jerin, Prince-Bishop of Breslau; Adam Weisskopf, Auxiliary Bishop of Breslau; and Bonaventura Hahn, Bishop-Elect of Breslau).
Penn Libraries Culture Class Collection copy: recorded in Noë Eytner's hand are, among others, the names of various friends (e.g. Johann Queschwitz, Abbot of St. Vincent in Breslau) and family members: Georgius Eyttner [sic] and his wife Magdalena Eyttner (née Schmett, daughter of Georgius Schmett); Noë's wife Martha Eytner (née Bernitz, daughter of Gregorius Bernitz); his daughter Martha Eytner (1600-1602) and her godparents Adam Seibet, Catharina Gebauer (wife of Caspar Gebauer), and Susanna Seibet (wife of Tobias Seibet); his son Joannes Eytner and his godparents Johann von Sitsch, Prince-Bishop of Breslau, Abbot Mathias Camnicensis, Heinrich von Logau, Anna Marie Gräfin von Rozdrazovsky z Rozdrazova, her sister Eva Eusebia von Lobkowitz, and witnesses Heinrich von Ratschin, Conradus Adelsbach, Friedrich von Walditz and his wife, and Anna and Maria Adelsbach.
Penn Libraries Culture Class Collection copy has early ms. inscription ("Ex Historicis Profanis") in brown ink on front pastedown; a few ms. underlines and corrections to text in ink and a few ms. marginal marks in pencil.
Penn Libraries Culture Class Collection copy bound in 1 early printed vellum leaf supplemented on upper board by a portion of another, possibly from a missal or lectionary, printed in 2 columns with red ms. capital strokes (text of full leaf: Matthew 26:28-26:47, from the gospel for Palm Sunday; text of partial leaf: John 18:9-10 [left-hand column] and John 18:17-19 [right-hand column] from the gospel for Good Friday); 2 leather ties (1 intact); evidence of spine label.
Penn Libraries copy has bookseller's printed description of this copy laid in; 1 ms. leaf ([2] p.) of notes concerning ms. inscriptions in text laid in.
Penn Libraries copy: a couple of wormholes in pastedowns and free endpapers.
Penn Provenance:
Eytner, Mathias, 1559-1599 (autograph, 1592) (former owner) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Eytner, Noë (autograph) (former owner) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Piarists (Ostrov, Karlovarský kraj, Czech Republic) (former owner) (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Piccolomini, Maria Benigna Francisca, 1635-1701 (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Gerstmann, Martin von (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Hahn, Bonaventura (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Jerin, Andreas von (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Lobkowitz, Eva Eusebia von (inscription, 1602) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Logau, Heinrich von (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Queschwitz, Johann (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Rozdrazovsky z Rozdrazova, Anna Marie, Gräfin von (inscription, 1602) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Sitsch, Johann von (inscription, 1602) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Weisskopf, Adam (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1579
Cited in:
VD 16 E21
Grässe, 2:458
Contributor:
Haeredes Joannis Cratonis, printer.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
German Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Early Printed Binding Waste Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
23228795
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