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Das Plenarium oder Ewangely buoch: Summer und Winter teyl

Illustrator:
Hans Schäufelein (German, Nuremberg ca. 1480–ca. 1540 Nördlingen)
Publisher:
Published by Adam Petri (German, active Basel, 1507–27) , Basel
Author:
Written by Johann Geiler von Kaisersberg (German (born Switzerland), Schaffhausen 1445–1510 Strasbourg)
Date:
March 24, 1514
Dimensions:
Overall: 12 1/2 x 8 1/4 x 2 3/8 in. (31.7 x 21 x 6 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
The George Khuner Collection, Gift of Mrs. George Khuner, 1981
Accession Number:
1981.1178.1
Not on view
Marianne Khuner (Mrs. George Khuner); Donor: Marianne Khuner (Mrs. George Khuner)
Dodgson II.11.6 and pp. 31-32, nos. 79084; Muther I 904; Fairfax Murray 11.338; Oldenbourg 64-67; Pass. 235.139; Schmidt: Luther-Bibel p. 50.3; Hollst. XLII. 222.282-312 (different version)
Colta Ives, Suzanne Boorsch, Mary L. Myers, Weston J. Naef, David W. Kiehl Notable Acquisitions, 1981-1982: Prints and Designs for Architecture and Ornament. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1982, p. 45, ill.



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