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Imago Figurata. Editions IFEDI 4 Andrea Alciato, Jeremias Held Jeremias Held. 'Liber Emblematum' (Frankfurt-am-Main 1566) - P. M. Daly
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[EAN: 9782503525396], [SC: 5.0], [PU: Brepols Publishers 0], History|Historical Geography, Education|Higher, Imago Figurata. Editions IFEDI 4 Andrea Alciato, Jeremias Held Jeremias Held. 'Liber Emblematum' (Frankfurt-am-Main 1566) P. M. Daly VI+238 p., 301 b/w ill., 160 x 235 mm, 2008 ISBN: 978-2-503-52539-6 Languages: English, Latin Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 75,00 This work by Jeremias Held (Henry Green, no. 74) is the second German translation of the emblems of Andrea Alciato, who is rightfully known as pater et princeps of the emblem. The first German translation was written by Wolfgang Hunger and published by Chrestien Wechel in a bilingual Latin-German edition in Paris in 1542. Held's version, printed in 1566 and 1580, has never before been offered in its entirety in a modern reprint. It, too, is a bilingual edition with the Latin texts followed by Held's German version. Jeremias Held produced this, the second German translation, which appeared in a 1566 and a 1580 edition. The 1566 edition was printed in Frankfurt-am-Main by Georg Raben for Simon Hüter and Sigmund Feyerabend. The colophon is dated 1567. Held's version contains 132 woodcuts in text to Alciato's 212 emblems, and they are numbered i-ccxvii. The numbering of the emblems has caused some confusion. Henry Green (190) hastily called the number 217 a misprint, but it is not. The number 217 is correct and derives from the separate numbering of the alternative versions of the epigrams, which Alciato had labled "aliud," to four of the emblems. Held's written German is simple and colloquial. In fact it is sloppy. In matters of orthography, we cannot know if the typesetting accurately represents his intentions, but it probably does.

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[EAN: 9782503525396], [PU: Brepols Publishers 0], History|Historical Geography, Education|Higher, Imago Figurata. Editions IFEDI 4 Andrea Alciato, Jeremias Held Jeremias Held. 'Liber Emblematum' (Frankfurt-am-Main 1566) P. M. Daly VI+238 p., 301 b/w ill., 160 x 235 mm, 2008 ISBN: 978-2-503-52539-6 Languages: English, Latin Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 75,00 This work by Jeremias Held (Henry Green, no. 74) is the second German translation of the emblems of Andrea Alciato, who is rightfully known as pater et princeps of the emblem. The first German translation was written by Wolfgang Hunger and published by Chrestien Wechel in a bilingual Latin-German edition in Paris in 1542. Held's version, printed in 1566 and 1580, has never before been offered in its entirety in a modern reprint. It, too, is a bilingual edition with the Latin texts followed by Held's German version. Jeremias Held produced this, the second German translation, which appeared in a 1566 and a 1580 edition. The 1566 edition was printed in Frankfurt-am-Main by Georg Raben for Simon Hüter and Sigmund Feyerabend. The colophon is dated 1567. Held's version contains 132 woodcuts in text to Alciato's 212 emblems, and they are numbered i-ccxvii. The numbering of the emblems has caused some confusion. Henry Green (190) hastily called the number 217 a misprint, but it is not. The number 217 is correct and derives from the separate numbering of the alternative versions of the epigrams, which Alciato had labled "aliud," to four of the emblems. Held's written German is simple and colloquial. In fact it is sloppy. In matters of orthography, we cannot know if the typesetting accurately represents his intentions, but it probably does.

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This work by Jeremias Held (Henry Green, no. 74) is the second German translation of the emblems of Andrea Alciato, who is rightfully known as pater et princeps of the emblem. The first German translation was written by Wolfgang Hunger and published by Chrestien Wechel in a bilingual Latin-German edition in Paris in 1542. Held´s version, printed in 1566 and 1580, has never before been offered in its entirety in a modern reprint. It, too, is a bilingual edition with the Latin texts followed by Held´s German version. Jeremias Held produced this, the second German translation, which appeared in a 1566 and a 1580 edition. The 1566 edition was printed in Frankfurt-am-Main by Georg Raben for Simon Hüter and Sigmund Feyerabend. The colophon is dated 1567. Held´s version contains 132 woodcuts in text to Alciato´s 212 emblems, and they are numbered i-ccxvii. The numbering of the emblems has caused some confusion. Henry Green (190) hastily called the number 217 a misprint, but it is not. The number 217 is correct and derives from the separate numbering of the alternative versions of the epigrams, which Alciato had labled aliud, to four of the emblems. Held´s written German is simple and colloquial. In fact it is sloppy. In matters of orthography, we cannot know if the typesetting accurately represents his intentions, but it probably does. Frankfurt-am-Main 1566, Daly Bücher > Romane & Erzählungen > Romane & Erzählungen gebundene Ausgabe 01.12.2007, Brepols, .200

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Frankfurt-am-Main 1566, Daly This work by Jeremias Held (Henry Green, no. 74) is the second German translation of the emblems of Andrea Alciato, who is rightfully known as pater et princeps of the emblem. The first German translation was written by Wolfgang Hunger and published by Chrestien Wechel in a bilingual Latin-German edition in Paris in 1542. Held's version, printed in 1566 and 1580, has never before been offered in its entirety in a modern reprint. It, too, is a bilingual edition with the Latin texts followed by Held's German version. Jeremias Held produced this, the second German translation, which appeared in a 1566 and a 1580 edition. The 1566 edition was printed in Frankfurt-am-Main by Georg Raben for Simon Hüter and Sigmund Feyerabend. The colophon is dated 1567. Held's version contains 132 woodcuts in text to Alciato's 212 emblems, and they are numbered i-ccxvii. The numbering of the emblems has caused some confusion. Henry Green (190) hastily called the number 217 a misprint, but it is not. The number 217 is correct and derives from the separate numbering of the alternative versions of the epigrams, which Alciato had labled aliud, to four of the emblems. Held's written German is simple and colloquial. In fact it is sloppy. In matters of orthography, we cannot know if the typesetting accurately represents his intentions, but it probably does. Bücher / Romane & Erzählungen / Romane & Erzählungen 978-2-503-52539-6, Brepols

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This work by Jeremias Held (Henry Green, no. 74) is the second German translation of the emblems of Andrea Alciato, who is rightfully known as pater et princeps of the emblem. The first German translation was written by Wolfgang Hunger and published by Chrestien Wechel in a bilingual Latin-German edition in Paris in 1542. Held´s version, printed in 1566 and 1580, has never before been offered in its entirety in a modern reprint. It, too, is a bilingual edition with the Latin texts followed by Held´s German version. Jeremias Held produced this, the second German translation, which appeared in a 1566 and a 1580 edition. The 1566 edition was printed in Frankfurt-am-Main by Georg Raben for Simon Hüter and Sigmund Feyerabend. The colophon is dated 1567. Held´s version contains 132 woodcuts in text to Alciato´s 212 emblems, and they are numbered i-ccxvii. The numbering of the emblems has caused some confusion. Henry Green (190) hastily called the number 217 a misprint, but it is not. The number 217 is correct and derives from the separate numbering of the alternative versions of the epigrams, which Alciato had labled aliud, to four of the emblems. Held´s written German is simple and colloquial. In fact it is sloppy. In matters of orthography, we cannot know if the typesetting accurately represents his intentions, but it probably does. Frankfurt-am-Main 1566, Daly Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Romane & Erzählungen>Romane & Erzählungen, Brepols

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Jeremias Held: Liber Emblematum (Frankfurt-Am-Main 1566): Facsimile Edition Using Glasgow University Library SM 45
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Alciato, Andrea

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Jeremias Held: Liber Emblematum (Frankfurt-Am-Main 1566): Facsimile Edition Using Glasgow University Library SM 45

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9782503525396

This work by Jeremias Held is the second German translation of the emblems of Andrea Alciato, who is rightfully known as pater et princes of the emblem. The first German translation was written by Wolfgang Hunger and published by Chrestien Wechel in a bi-lingual Latin-German edition in Paris in 1542. Hunger's German version was reprinted in facsimile in 1967 and 1980. Held's version of 1566-67, presented here, has never before been offered in its entirety in a modern reprint. It, too, is a bi-lingual edition with the Latin texts followed by Held's German version. However, the two prefaces are in German alone. Held's version contains 132 woodcuts in text to Alciato's 212 emblems. The facsimile reprint has been done from Glasgow University Library SM 45.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9782503525396
ISBN (ISBN-10): 2503525393
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: BREPOLS PUBL
238 Seiten
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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