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Actually, I had scanned the facsimile into my computer before I left.

This book was my bible for a month in the summer of 2009 as I prepared a paper for the Renard Society on Boner's Der Edelstein.

As I mentioned about the original publication, the book is valuable because of the nicely enlarged and clear Ulm drawings. The boar sharpens his tusks on a whetting stone (78)! In Emblem XCI (misprinted "CXI"), a goat has to suckle a young wolf and knows that this will not end well.

Camerarius was a prolific scholar, and Aesop seems to have been a continuing interest for him. See my description of the later edition, including the following. Then several sections are bilingual on facing pages: 43 fables of Gabrius, the Battle of Mice and Frogs, the Battle of Cats and Mice.Here is the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. Different: the ox also steps on the expanding frog, and the boy bites off his mother's nose. ) manuscript, including the miniatures of Gherardo di Giovanni. The basic structure of this book includes a life of Aesop, Aesopic fables, "Narrationes Aesopicae" taken from various authors, and explication of Greek authors bearing on the fables. pluribus quingentis, & aliis quibusdam narrationibus, compositis studio & diligentia Ioachimi Camerarii Pab.The price has gone up from

Camerarius was a prolific scholar, and Aesop seems to have been a continuing interest for him. See my description of the later edition, including the following. Then several sections are bilingual on facing pages: 43 fables of Gabrius, the Battle of Mice and Frogs, the Battle of Cats and Mice.

Here is the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. Different: the ox also steps on the expanding frog, and the boy bites off his mother's nose. ) manuscript, including the miniatures of Gherardo di Giovanni. The basic structure of this book includes a life of Aesop, Aesopic fables, "Narrationes Aesopicae" taken from various authors, and explication of Greek authors bearing on the fables. pluribus quingentis, & aliis quibusdam narrationibus, compositis studio & diligentia Ioachimi Camerarii Pab.

The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75 to 2.95. The moral of 2W is different: If you are old, do not marry again! There are nice partial images interspersed with the text in addition to the woodcuts.1488? There is a letter to Rotingus dated 1539, alphabetical indices of characters and "subjects" in the sense of virtues and vices commented upon, and two pages of errata. Quibus additae fuere & Liuianae duae, et Gellianae ac aliorum aliquot.

Then in Mannheim I worked through about three fables and their illustrations per day. The original was published by Albrecht Pfister in Bamberg. I never thought we would have a copy of this wonderful book in the collection. The hand-colored illustrations from the copy in the Otto Schfer collection are lovely.

Maybe the best testimony I can give to the quality of these reproductions is that I made my own set from the scans of this facsimile but also ordered a set from the library that has the world's only known copy of this book, the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbttel. From the time I first saw subscriptions being invited, I feared it would always be beyond our means. Many of them seem like old friends from the many times I have seen them reproduced in various forms. I went after a third copy of this book because it was being offered so economically on e Bay.

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Camerarius was a prolific scholar, and Aesop seems to have been a continuing interest for him. See my description of the later edition, including the following. Then several sections are bilingual on facing pages: 43 fables of Gabrius, the Battle of Mice and Frogs, the Battle of Cats and Mice.Here is the fourth generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. Different: the ox also steps on the expanding frog, and the boy bites off his mother's nose. ) manuscript, including the miniatures of Gherardo di Giovanni. The basic structure of this book includes a life of Aesop, Aesopic fables, "Narrationes Aesopicae" taken from various authors, and explication of Greek authors bearing on the fables. pluribus quingentis, & aliis quibusdam narrationibus, compositis studio & diligentia Ioachimi Camerarii Pab.The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50 to $2.75 to 2.95. The moral of 2W is different: If you are old, do not marry again! There are nice partial images interspersed with the text in addition to the woodcuts.1488? There is a letter to Rotingus dated 1539, alphabetical indices of characters and "subjects" in the sense of virtues and vices commented upon, and two pages of errata. Quibus additae fuere & Liuianae duae, et Gellianae ac aliorum aliquot.Then in Mannheim I worked through about three fables and their illustrations per day. The original was published by Albrecht Pfister in Bamberg. I never thought we would have a copy of this wonderful book in the collection. The hand-colored illustrations from the copy in the Otto Schfer collection are lovely.Maybe the best testimony I can give to the quality of these reproductions is that I made my own set from the scans of this facsimile but also ordered a set from the library that has the world's only known copy of this book, the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbttel. From the time I first saw subscriptions being invited, I feared it would always be beyond our means. Many of them seem like old friends from the many times I have seen them reproduced in various forms. I went after a third copy of this book because it was being offered so economically on e Bay.

.50 to .50 to .75 to 2.95. The moral of 2W is different: If you are old, do not marry again! There are nice partial images interspersed with the text in addition to the woodcuts.1488? There is a letter to Rotingus dated 1539, alphabetical indices of characters and "subjects" in the sense of virtues and vices commented upon, and two pages of errata. Quibus additae fuere & Liuianae duae, et Gellianae ac aliorum aliquot.Then in Mannheim I worked through about three fables and their illustrations per day. The original was published by Albrecht Pfister in Bamberg. I never thought we would have a copy of this wonderful book in the collection. The hand-colored illustrations from the copy in the Otto Schfer collection are lovely.Maybe the best testimony I can give to the quality of these reproductions is that I made my own set from the scans of this facsimile but also ordered a set from the library that has the world's only known copy of this book, the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbttel. From the time I first saw subscriptions being invited, I feared it would always be beyond our means. Many of them seem like old friends from the many times I have seen them reproduced in various forms. I went after a third copy of this book because it was being offered so economically on e Bay.

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