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Four horsemen of the apocalypse pictured together as typical of 15th century German art. The illustrations are hand-colored wood engravings.
The majority of the 109 woodcuts used in this Nuremberg edition of the German Bible of 1483 originally were produced in Cologne for Heinrich Quentell's Low German Bible of c. 1478. The woodcuts were hand colored.
Second printing of Zainer's Bible using the same illustrations from his edition printed around 1474.
First illustrated Bible in the history of European typography and first Bible with woodcuts.
Third Bible printed by the Saur family which was also the first Bible printed with American-made type from the Saur type foundry in Germantown. This edition is very similar to the other two Saur editions with some edits and a new preface.
Second edition of German Bibles printed by the Saur family which was the first Bible printed on American-made paper.
First European-language Bible published in the Americas. Reprinted from the Halle (34th) edition of Luther's version, with Esdras, books 3 and 4, and Maccabees, book 3, supplied from the Berlenburg Bible.
This late sixteenth-century anti-Protestant broadside includes a large hand-colored woodcut depicting the Catholic Church under attack by seven historical figures and one allegorical representative of the Reformation.
German Large catechism with woodcuts.
Luther's 1531 edition of his catechism which includes sections of prayers and religious doctrines for readers to learn, reflect upon, teach, and enact.
One of the earliest Lutheran catechisms, this is the first edition of this catechism for girls. Has a woodprint of the crucifixion.
Vernacular German fables by Johannes Mathesius, Nathan Chytraeus, and Martin Luther.
Martin Luther's translation of Genesis with woodcut illustrations. The woodcuts are smaller copies of earlier cuts by Cranach and the Master of the Zackenblätter used in the Old Testament of 1523.
Martin Luther's translation of the book of Jonah with woodcut depicting scenes from the book of Jonah.
Text in German includes Luther's translation of the Canon of the Mass from Latin. Includes woodcut decorations.
Text in German includes Luther's translation of Greek New Testament Epistle of 2nd Peter and Jude. Includes woodcut borders and decorated initials.
Text in German includes Luther's German translation of the Magnificat from the New Testament Greek of St. Luke's Gospel. Includes decorated initials.
Includes Luther's German translation of Psalm LXVIII (Psalm LXVII in Vulgate and Septuagint) from Hebrew. Includes woodcut illustration
Text in German includes Luther's German translation of Psalms CX (Vulgate Psalms CIX) from the Hebrew Old Testament. Includes woodcut illustrations.
Second edition of Martin Luther's complete German Bible with woodcuts by Lucas Cranach the Younger.
Bible with woodcut illustrations including a title page with Basel arms carved from a woodblock by Hans Lützelburger after an original design by Hans Holbein the Younger (1497–1543).
Martin Luther's (1483–1546) first German Old Testament which helped spread the Reformation. There are full-page woodcut illustrations by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Martin Luther's second edition German Bible, translated from the original Greek, known as "Dezembertestament" or the "December Testament" includes woodcut illustrations done by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Reprinting of Luther's Passional Christi und Antichristi. This copy includes 26 woodcuts by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Publication by Joachim von der Heiden urging Katharina von Bora to repent and return to her monastic seclusion. This came after she escaped from her convent in 1523 and married Martin Luther in 1525.