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[Mōrias enkōmion (romanized form)] : sive, Stultitiæ' laus

Author: Desiderius Erasmus; Hans Holbein; Gerardus Listrius
Publisher: Basileæ, Typis G. Haas, ex officina J.J. Thurneisen, 1780.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Desiderius Erasmus; Hans Holbein; Gerardus Listrius
OCLC Number: 82496006
Notes: First edition to contain all 83 of the illustrations (cut in wood by Heinrich Heitz) after marginal drawings by Hans Holbein and his brother Ambrose (and perhaps two other unknown artists) in a copy of the Basel (1515) edition now in the Public art collection of Basel.
Description: [16], 355 p., illus., port. 20 cm.
Other Titles: Stultitiæ' laus.
Moriae encomium. Latin
Responsibility: Des. Erasmi Rot. declamatio. Cum commentariis Gerardi Listrii, ineditis Oswaldi Molitoris, et figuris Johannis Holbenii. Denuo typis mandavid Guil. Gottl. Beckerus.

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