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Early work featuring nature in the Bible with criticism and interpretation
For the compilers of the Index librorum prohibitorum, Martin Luther was the most significant heretic of the first class. This book is the only surviving copy of the Dutch translation of Luther's principal work on the Eucharist, Vom Abendmal Christi,…
This volume, written in old Dutch on paper, comprises short passages of the Canticum Canticorum (Song of Songs) followed by allegorical explications from the writings of St. Paul, St. Gregory the Great, St. Bonaventure, and Gilbert of Hoyland. The…
Book with Dutch prayers dedicated to St. Anne. Primarily written on paper, the manuscript also includes a vellum leaf illustrated with a damaged illumination of the Virgin and Child with St. Anne.
Manuscript consisting of 14 large composite painted images of the tenets of the Catholic faith, with explanation written in Dutch. Later owned by the Carmelite friars of Nijmegen in the Netherlands, this book was made for the religious instruction of…
This volume, written in old Dutch on paper rather than vellum, comprises short passages of the Canticum Canticorum (Song of Songs) followed by allegorical explications from the writings of St. Paul, St. Gregory the Great, St. Bonaventure, and Gilbert…
Produced for instruction in the basic doctrines of the Catholic faith, this unusual book consists of full-page painted images accompanied by brief explanations written in Dutch on the facing pages. Later owned by the Carmelite friars of Nijmegen in…
This publication contains three short theological treatises in Dutch: Spiegel der volcomenheit ("Mirror of Perfection"), Devotio moderna, and two works on the Holy Sacrament by Simon van Venlo.
This two-volume Dutch Old Testament was the first book printed at Delft, and the first edition of any part of the Bible translated into Dutch. Includes 55 leaves derived from Cornelius Aernoldszoon's Bible.
Derived from Latin writings attributed to saints, the texts of the "Psalter of our Blessed Lady Mary" are not the biblical Psalms, but 150 prayers in Dutch dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Each of the prayers begins with a line from an actual Psalm,…
This unique copy of a bilingual Dutch-French edition in a contemporary vellum binding is bound with three other early seventeenth-century catechisms.
Oblong picture book with the text of the Lord's Prayer in Dutch. Included are illustrations of various scenes in the life of an old farmer and his young grandson.
This is the only surviving copy of the Dutch translation of Luther's Vom Abendmal Christi, Bekendnis. This text is Luther's statement on the sacramental aspects of the Lord's Supper.
More than one thousand woodcut illustrations are included in this Dutch Bible. The image for the Idolatry of King Solomon was based on Lucas ven Leyden's 1514 engraving.
This Lutheran translation of the Dutch New Testament includes twenty-four etchings by Jan Luyken (1649–1712).
First Old Testament in Dutch, the text includes Apocrypha, but does not include Psalms.
Two-volume Old Testament that includes apocrypha, but not psalms.
This copiously illustrated nine-volume work provides scientific explanations of the astronomical, geological, meteorological, biological, and physiological aspects of biblical history.
Images of sixteenth-century religious "heretics" along with a biographic sketch. Bridwell's copy ahs eighteen additional illustrations of Protestant religious figures and scholars.
This is the only surviving copy of the Dutch translation of Martin Luther's Vom Abendmal Christi, Bekendnis. This version was long misidentified as a sermon by Luther.
Jesuit catechism that includes image, narrative, and couplet format of emblem books but the couplet is question-and-answer, rather than the usual verse.