Early works to 1800
Martin Luther; Albert, Duke of Prussia
|注意：||Signatures: A⁴, B², C⁴; [A] unsigned, [B²] signed as B³.
Place and printer from Benzing.
Sixth printing of a letter addressed to Albrecht von Brandenburg (later Albert, Duke of Prussia) the new General of the Teutonic Knights. In response to a question by the general, Luther applies his critique of monastic celibacy to military orders, stressing that it is pleasing to God to have families and to raise children.
Woodcut on t.p. depicting a monk in conversation with a knight.
|描述：||19 unnumbered pages ; 19 cm (4to)|
|責任：||Martinus Luther, Wittemberg.|