Book/Printed Material Ein hubsche Histori von der kunnigelichenn Stat Troy wie si zerstörett wartt.

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Title
Ein hubsche Histori von der kunnigelichenn Stat Troy wie si zerstörett wartt.
Contributor Names
Colonne, Guido delle, active 13th century.
Mair, Hans, -1407, tr.
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Strassburg, Martin Schott, 13 Mar. (Freitag nach S. Gregori) 1489.
Subject Headings
-  Troy (Extinct city)--Legends--Early works to 1800
-  Trojan War--Early works to 1800
Notes
-  Woodcut title.
-  Based on the Roman de Troie of Benoit de Sainte-More. German translation by Hans Mair, with interpolations from Konrad von Würzburg.
-  Rosenwald 136
-  Goff C-799
-  Hain-Copinger 5518
-  BM 15th cent., I, p. 94 (IB.1184)
-  GW 7238
-  LC copy: leaf [43] damaged, repaired. Part of illus. and initials hand-colored; some initials supplied in red. On leaf [2b] a device in ink with initials B Z and date 1621. From the Liechtenstein Collection.
Medium
[128] leaves (the last blank, wanting). woodcuts: border, illus. 26.1 cm. (fol.)
Call Number/Physical Location
Incun. 1489 .C65 PA8310.C6
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/Rosenwald.0136.1
Library of Congress Control Number
50045640
Online Format
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Description
Woodcut title. Based on the Roman de Troie of Benoit de Sainte-More. German translation by Hans Mair, with interpolations from Konrad von Würzburg. Rosenwald 136 Goff C-799 Hain-Copinger 5518 BM 15th cent., I, p. 94 (IB.1184) GW 7238 LC copy: leaf [43] damaged, repaired. Part of illus. and initials hand-colored; some initials supplied in red. On leaf [2b] a device in ink with initials B Z and date 1621. From the Liechtenstein Collection.
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Chicago citation style:

Colonne, Guido Delle, Active 13Th Century, Hans Mair, and Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. Ein hubsche Histori von der kunnigelichenn Stat Troy wie si zerstörett wartt. Strassburg, Martin Schott, 13 Mar. Freitag nach S. Gregori, 1489. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/50045640/.

APA citation style:

Colonne, G. D., Mair, H. & Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. (1489) Ein hubsche Histori von der kunnigelichenn Stat Troy wie si zerstörett wartt. Strassburg, Martin Schott, 13 Mar. Freitag nach S. Gregori. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/50045640/.

MLA citation style:

Colonne, Guido Delle, Active 13Th Century, Hans Mair, and Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. Ein hubsche Histori von der kunnigelichenn Stat Troy wie si zerstörett wartt. Strassburg, Martin Schott, 13 Mar. Freitag nach S. Gregori, 1489. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/50045640/>.