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Schedel, Hartmann, 1440-1514
Quarta etas mundi Solium hierosolimorum excidium
[Augsburg], [1497]
104 x 195 mm.
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Author Schedel, Hartmann, 1440-1514
Title Quarta etas mundi Solium hierosolimorum excidium [cartographic material]
Imprint [Augsburg] : [Johann Schoensberger], [1497]
Phys. Desc. 104 x 195 mm.
Note Woodcut in text
Note An imaginary view of the destruction of Jerusalem.
Note Latin text on verso: "Quinta etas mundi"
Note From: Liber cronicarum cum... Augsburg, Johann Schoensberger, 1497. A pirated editon of Schedel's Liber cronicarum. Nuernberg, 1493. 2nd Latind edition. The first German edition called a "Mini-Schedel" becaus e of its smaller size
Added entry Schoensberger, Johann


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