'Ligurini De Gfstis Imp.Caesaris Friderici primi libri Augusti libri dece[m] carmine Heroico co[n]scripti...A Chunrado Celte reperti postliminio restituti...'; book by Guntherus Cisterciensis, edited by Conrad Peutinger, printed in Augsburg in 1507, containing woodcut illustrations; the woodcut on L.6 recto, which was first used in a different book in 1502, is by Albrecht Dürer, and shows a woman representing philosophy sitting on a throne, supporting three books with her right hand, the throne placed within a wreath composed of four kinds of leaves and decorated with four medallions containing busts, outside the wreath four male heads; at the top three lines and at the bottom four lines of inscription. 1507 (1502) Woodcut and letterpress
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