Book/Printed Material Horologium deuotionis.

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Title
Horologium deuotionis.
Contributor Names
Bertoldus, Dominican, active 1350.
Dürer, Albrecht, 1471-1528, supposed illus.
Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo.
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Nuremberg, Friedrich Creussner, 11 May 1489.
Subject Headings
-  Jesus Christ--Devotional literature
Notes
-  Title extracted from incipit of prologue (leaf [2a]).
-  Translated by the author.
-  The woodcuts are sometimes ascribed to Dürer. Cf. Erwin Panofsky's A. Dürer, 2nd ed., II, p. 51-52.
-  Rosenwald 139
-  Goff B-505
-  Hain 2999 = 8934
-  GW 4174
-  Schramm, VXVIII, p. 4 and illus.
-  Includes Oratio de tota passione Domini, attributed to Augustinus (leaf [103a-103b]).
-  Bound with Thesaurisatio in coelis. Thezaurisatio in celis. [Nuremberg] 1488.
-  LC copy: initials supplied in red or blue, a few initial strokes in red. Inscription on leaf [2a]: Carthusiae Gemnicensis. Contemporary stamped brown leather over boards, rebacked; clasp broken; title label in early hand on cover.
Medium
[104] leaves (the first blank). woodcuts: illus. 15.3 cm. (8vo)
Call Number/Physical Location
Incun. 1489 .B4
Library of Congress Control Number
48034237
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Description
Title extracted from incipit of prologue (leaf [2a]). Translated by the author. The woodcuts are sometimes ascribed to Dürer. Cf. Erwin Panofsky's A. Dürer, 2nd ed., II, p. 51-52. Rosenwald 139 Goff B-505 Hain 2999 = 8934 GW 4174 Schramm, VXVIII, p. 4 and illus. Includes Oratio de tota passione Domini, attributed to Augustinus (leaf [103a-103b]). Bound with Thesaurisatio in coelis. Thezaurisatio in celis. [Nuremberg] 1488. LC copy: initials supplied in red or blue, a few initial strokes in red. Inscription on leaf [2a]: Carthusiae Gemnicensis. Contemporary stamped brown leather over boards, rebacked; clasp broken; title label in early hand on cover.
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Bertoldus, Dominican, Active 1350, Albrecht Dürer, Saint Augustine, and Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. Horologium Deuotionis. Nuremberg, Friedrich Creussner, 11 May, 1489. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/48034237/.

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Bertoldus, D., Dürer, A., Augustine, S. & Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. (1489) Horologium Deuotionis. Nuremberg, Friedrich Creussner, 11 May. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/48034237/.

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Bertoldus, Dominican, Active 1350, et al. Horologium Deuotionis. Nuremberg, Friedrich Creussner, 11 May, 1489. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/48034237/>.