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'Luciani Fugitivi. A Bilibaldo Pirckaimero in Latinum Versus'; book by Lucian of Samosata, translated by Willibald Pirckheimer, printed in Hagenau in 1520, on the last page with a printer's devise woodcut, a reversed free copy after an engraving of c.1500 by Albrecht Dürer, depicting two putti each holding ribbon-like scrolls, and a shield between them with the initials TAB. 1520
Woodcut and letterpress
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Height: 117 millimetres (woodcut (two putti))
Width: 97 millimetres (woodcut (two putti))
- Curator's comments
- The initials TAB stand for Thomas Anshelm Badensis.
Paisey, BM cat (2002), no.243.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Luciani Fugitivi. A Bilibaldo Pirckaimero in Latinum Versus
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- Acquisition notes
- From the library of the Royal Society; probably previously owned by Pirckheimer, sold by Hans Hieronymus Imhoff to Thomas Howard, Earl of Arnudel, in 1636, and presented by Henry Howard, Duke of Norfolk, to the Royal Society in 1667.
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