De mirandis Germaniae antiquitatibus sermones conuiuales, Conradi Peutingeri.

Peutinger, Konrad, 1465-1546 or 7.
Other Title:
De mirandis Germaniae antiqvitatibvs sermones conuiuales, Conradi Peutingeri
De mirandis Germaniae antiquitatibus sermones convivales, Conradi Peutingeri
Argentorati [i.e. Strasbourg] : Apud Christianum Egenolphum, [1530]
[36] p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
usco ara- CeMa (C) 1530 (Q)
Germany -- History -- To 843.
Germanic peoples -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
France Strasbourg.
"Quum hos Peutingeri Sermones, multi Germanicarum reru[m] studiosi, ex petere[n]t, aedidimus illos ad fide[m] exemplaris, quod Mathias Schurerius recognouerat ... Argent. An. 1530."--Leaf D6r.
Imprint date from VD 16.
Signatures: A-C⁴ D⁶.
Without pagination.
Woodcut title vignette: printer's device of Christian Egenolff of Strasbourg by Hans Weiditz the Younger, depicting Adam and Eve after the expulsion from Paradise. Cf. H. van der Waal, Drie eeuwen vaderlandsche geschied-uitbeelding, 1500-1800 (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1952), p. 158.
Woodcut initials.
Local notes:
Purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1958.
Penn Libraries copy has armorial stamp ("Bibliotheque Communale de Haguenau") of the Bibliothèque Communale de Haguenau on title leaf; armorial stamp ("Bibliotheca Hagenoensis") in ink (now pink) of the same institution(?) at foot of leaf D6r.
Penn Libraries copy has modern ms. bibliographical note in blue pen on verso of left board; modern ms. note ("Doubl") in pencil at head of title leaf; modern ms. shelf-marks(?) ("H. [...]. 157" and "DoXIIa") in pencil on title leaf; blue printed paper label with ms. shelf-mark(?) ("DoXIIa") in ink at head of title leaf; stamped shelf-mark(?) ("Ee 2.073") at foot of title leaf and on right board.
Penn Libraries copy bound in colored paper boards (now pink).
Penn Libraries copy: some leaves reinforced at inner margin.
Penn Provenance:
Bibliothèque Communale de Haguenau (stamp)
Bibliotheca Hagenoensis (stamp)
Penn Chronology:
Cited in:
VD 16 P 2082
Schürer, Matthias, d. 1519.
Weiditz, Hans, approximately 1495-approximately 1536.
Egenolff, Christian, 1502-1555, printer.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
German Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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