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Justorum fata beata! : Das ist, Christliche Leich-Sermon, Von dem seligen Todt und Ende der Gerechten, Auss den Biblischen Worten, im vierten Buch Mose, im 23. Cap. v. 10. Meine Seele müsse sterben dess Todts der Gerechten, und mein Ende werde, wie diser Ende : Bey Hochansehenlicher, Volckreicher Höchstleidiger Leich-Begängnus Deren ... Frauen Margaretha Elisabetha Schaffalitzkyn von Mukodell, Gebohrner von Witzleben, zu Freudenthal, Wittiben ... / Gehalten von Tobia Cantstettern ...

Author/Creator:
Canstetter, Tobias, 1625-1668.
Other Title:
Christliche Leich-Sermon, Von dem seligen Todt und Ende der Gerechten, Auss den Biblischen Worten, im vierten Buch Mose, im 23. Cap. v. 10. Meine Seele müsse sterben dess Todts der Gerechten, und mein Ende werde, wie diser Ende : Bey Hochansehenlicher, Volckreicher Höchstleidiger Leich-Begängnus Deren ... Frauen Margaretha Elisabetha Schaffalitzkyn von Mukodell, Gebohrner von Witzleben, zu Freudenthal, Wittiben
Publication:
Heilbronn : Getruckt durch Leonhard Francken ..., Im Jahr Christi 1662.
Format/Description:
Book
26, [2] p. ; 33 cm. (fol.)
Fingerprint:
o-ss n.s- r,ns HEsc (3) 1662 (A)
Subjects:
Bible. Numbers, XXIII -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Funeral sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Nobility -- Germany -- Baden-Württemberg -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Germany Heilbronn.
Notes:
Signatures: A-B⁴ C⁶ (leaf C6 blank).
Title within border of type ornaments; text and printed marginalia within border of type ornaments and rules.
Title vignette, initials, head- and tail-pieces.
Local notes:
Tanis Collection copy is no. 5 in a volume of 9 mid-17th-century German Christian sermons.
Tanis Collection copy has early ms. inscription ("S.B.S."), struck through, on front pastedown; a few ms. bibliographical notes in pencil on front free endpaper; partially illegible ms. inscription ("A. H[...]tz West All[...] E[...] luth Past[...] [...]") in green pencil on front free endpaper.
Tanis Collection copy acquired for the Penn Libraries from James Tanis.
Tanis Collection copy has partially illegible dated 18th-century German ms. inscription ("Ao. 1766 d[ie]. 4. [Decem]b[e]r wurde mir dieses wochen Christanthum Zu einem heilsamen seitzweck von meiner [...] doth verehret."), signed "Matthäus Schubert" in brown ink on front free endpaper.
Tanis Collection copy has early ms. ownership inscription ("Sum Danielis Menkhii L.V.I. [etc.]") of Danielis Menkhius in brown ink at foot of title leaf of first work in volume.
Tanis Collection copy bound in full parchment.
Penn Provenance:
Tanis, James, 1928- (former owner)
Menkhius, Danielis (former owner) (inscription)
Schubert, Matthäus (autograph)
Penn Chronology:
1662
Contributor:
James Tanis Collection of Dutch and German Theology and History (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
881864153
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