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Panegyricus dictus Ingolstadij quinto Calend. Septembris, Ferdinando Primo Caesari, pie reb. humanis die S. Iacobi Apostoli Anno M.D.LXIIII. exempto / authore VVolfgango Zettelio Althamensi Professore Ingolstadij publico.

Author/Creator:
Zettel, Wolfgang, d. 1576.
Other Title:
Panegyricvs dictvs Ingolstadii qvinto Calend. Septembris, Ferdinando Primo Caesari, pie reb. humanis die S. Iacobi Apostoli Anno M.D.LXIIII. exempto
Panegyricus dictus Ingolstadii quinto Calend. Septembris, Ferdinando Primo Caesari, pie reb. humanis die S. Iacobi Apostoli Anno M.D.LXIIII. exempto
Publication:
Monaci : Excudebat Adam Berg, MDLXV [1565]
Format/Description:
Book
[104] p. ; 19 cm. (4to)
Fingerprint:
i-t, tie- usIn quda (C) 1565 (R)
Subjects:
Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1503-1564.
Form/Genre:
Manuscript waste (Binding)
Place of Publication:
Germany Munich.
Notes:
Signatures: A-N⁴.
Without pagination.
Printed marginalia.
Errata on leaves N3v-N4r.
Local notes:
Penn Libraries copy bound with: Haberstock, Joachim. Epicedion, ac musarum threnodia, cum quibusdam epitaphijs, in D. Ferdinandi Romanorum imperatoris obitum. Monaci : Excudebat Adam Montanus, Anno MDLXIIII [1564] -- Pedioneus, Johann. Ioannis Pedionei Constantini, ad Volphgangum Hungerum, de claris oratoribus libri duo. Ingolstadij : Ex officina typographica Alexandri Vueissenhorn, MDXLVI [1546] -- Pedioneus, Johann. Ioannis Pedionei Constantini, ad Ioannem Iacobum Fuggerum Kirchpergae, & Vueissenhorni dominum, De bello Germanico liber. [Ingolstadt : Alexander Weissenhorn], MDXLVII [1547] -- Vel, Caspar Ursinus. Querela Austriae, siue, Epistola ad reliquam Germaniam C. Vrsino Velio R.H. authore. Augustae Vindelicorum : Per Alexandrum Vueyssenhorn, MDXXXI [1531].
Purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1956.
Penn Libraries copy has partially illegible dated ms. ownership inscription ("Bibliothecae pau[per]u[m] dis[...]bul. Burghus. 1635.") of the library for poor scholars of the Jesuitenkolleg Burghausen, Altötting, Germany, in brown ink at head of title leaf.
Penn Libraries copy bound in full blind-tooled calf; 3 raised bands on spine; spine painted gray; ms. title ("Poëmata Varia.") and shelf-mark ("M. VI. 5.") on spine with evidence of early ms. title and shelf-mark ("I VI 6") beneath; all edges blue; portion of German ms. paper leaves used as binder's waste (inside left and right boards).
Penn Libraries copy has a few wormholes in leaves of gathering A; pinpoint wormhole in leaves A1-N4; a few wormholes in endpapers and boards.
Penn Provenance:
Jesuitenkolleg Burghausen (former owner) (inscription)
Jesuits (Burghausen, Altötting, Germany) (former owner) (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1565
Cited in:
VD 16 Z 391
Contributor:
Berg, Adam, d. 1610, printer.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
German Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
54289801
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