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Date is exactly "1526"
In this three-part work, the most conservative of the theologians at the University of Paris outlined his objections to the commentaries of two leading biblical scholars, Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples (c. 1455–1546) and Erasmus of Rotterdam. Béda's…
The fifth and last of Dürer’s engraved apostles bears the date 1526 (altered from 1523). At that time Dürer was preparing a large two–panel painting called The Four Apostles for the Town Hall of the city of Nuremberg. The painting, inscribed with…
A friend of Dürer’s since 1518, Philipp Melanchthon (1497–1560) was Germany’s leading scholar of biblical languages and Luther’s most important colleague in the promotion of his theological reforms. In 1526, the great Wittenberg reformer was living…
The first Bible publisehd by a woman, Yolanda Bonhomme (ca. 1490–1557), the widow of Thielman Kerver. This Bible features four woodcuts inherited from Kerver's stock.
Martin Luther's translation of the book of Jonah with woodcut depicting scenes from the book of Jonah.