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The tree of consanguinity; a kings standing on the branches of vine with forty-one roundeds, containing the different terms for degrees of relationship, which are printed with letterpress; in the central roundel is the face of a bearded man; text on a banderole below in red letters; the background is covered with dots
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Height: 235 millimetres (outer borderline)
Width: 191 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Clipping from an unidentified edition of "Lectura super arborius consanguinitatis et affinitatis" by Johannes Andreae (cf. Schreiber's Manuel, V, 3270-3309); the earliest edition was published in 1472.
Schreiber stresses the fact that even though the background is covered by dots, evoking the effect of a dotted print, the print was cut on wood.
The print is mistakenly referred to as Italian in the register.
- Not on display
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