Plutarch, 'Plutarchus Teutsch... newlich verteutscht... ' (Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner) 1534; book in German (from Greek) which describes the lives of seven classic heroes, with nine woodcuts, including five woodcuts by Hans Schäufelein (of which four are signed), depicting Alexander the Great, his father and mother Philippus and Olympias, Gaius Marius, King Demetrios, Marcus Antonius, and Phocion, and four woodcuts by Hans Weiditz depicting coat of arms on title page, two warriors, Julius Caesar sitting in armour, and King Pyrrhus enthroned. 1534 Woodcut and letterpress
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