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Paulus Olearius, "De fide co[n]cubinaru[m] in sacerdotes", with Jacob Hartlieb, "De fide meretricum in suos amatores" edited Crato Udenhemius (Basle, Jacob Wolff de Pforzheim and/or Michael Furter) 1501-1505; containing 11 woodcuts (two of which printed twice) by the Master DS including -- 1. as the title woodcut, a scene of six male figures and a woman standing in the entrance to hell (with "...ad infernu" inscribed on a banderole) -- 2. a funeral procession with coffin draped with cloth and crucifix, with preacher in pulpit at right and a man beating a seated woman with club at left -- 3. two women at the entance to a cellar with robed men taking liquid from barrels -- 4. a procession with banners through a street at right, with a woman at a sink behind the wall and a man exiting the frame at left -- 5. repeat of the title woodcut (1.) for "De fide meretricum in suos amatores" -- 6. a treacherous ravine with blindfolded man crossing a broken bridge towards a naked lute-playing woman on the other side, a man climbing up at left beneath the word "spero", and a fallen man at right -- 7. in an open field, a woman with chained monkey offering flowers to a man with a donkey at right -- 8. a woman and man conversing in the open air, a rope around the man's right ankle with another rope in the foreground -- 9. a street scene with two young sinters, a lutanist and other musicians, and a woman emptying a pan from a window above them at left -- 10. a bespectacled donkey in a pulpit at right preaching to a gathering of animals under a tree -- 11. another impression of 8. Printed throughout letterpress text and rebound in vellum.
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Height: 178 millimetres (approx. sheet size of each page)
Width: 128 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The title woodcut for "De fide concubinarum" is repeated as title cut for "De fide meretricum in suos amatores".
See Frank Hieronymus, "Basler Buchillustration 1500-1545" (Basle 1984), no. 25.
A page of nineteenth-century MS notes bound in at the front.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: De fide concubinarm in sacerdotes
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- Acquisition notes
- With the label of a previous owner preserved from a previous binding: Dr F. Mone
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