Celifodina

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Celifodina

 

 

Name:
Paltz, Johann von, -1511 (Author); Schenck, Wolfgang, active 1499-1507 (Publisher)
Title:
Celifodina
Abstract:
This work of pastoral guidance was written by Johann von Paltz (c. 1445 – 1511), an Augustinian friar and one of Luther’s superiors and (possibly) mentors. He wrote extensively about indulgences in a theologically correct way, but was loyal to the Church. The woodcut shows friars "digging" in the Scriptures for the hidden truths of the Christian faith.
Subjects:
Crucifixion of Jesus Christ; Christian life--Catholic authors
Format:
books; prints
Genre:
books; prints
Place of Origin:
Impressum Erphordie [Erfurt]
Publisher:
P[er] Wolffgangu[m] Schencken
Date:
anno MDII, tertia post Judica [1502]
Physical Description:
[260] pages : illustrations (woodcut) ; 22 cm (quarto)
Note:
original filename:1900200002Ad lectorem/ Aethereas edes tibi cure est optime lector/ Scandere nos emito namq[uam] damus semitam."Imprint from colophonAuthor's name appears on leaf A3: "Frater Johannes De Paltz sacre theologie hu[m]ilis p[ro]fessor ordinis fratru[m] heremitarum s[an]cti Augustini Reuerentia debita[m]."Signatures: A-V⁶ X⁴ Y⁶; Y6 blankWoodcut (depicting the Crucifixion) on title pageBurke Library copy: Rubrication throughout, including on woodcut image of Christ on the cross. Binding includes metal clasps
Language:
Latin
Library Location:
Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Catalog Record:
5465079
Digital Project:
Martin Luther at the birth of the modern world
Persistent URL:
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-s5jd-8k42