This is one of six Latin morality plays modeled on the comedies of Terence, emphasized the virtues of chastity and faith, which made them far more suitable reading material for the nuns than Terence's pagan dramas. Edited by Celtis, this first edition of her works was published in 1501 with several woodcut illustrations.
AFM4742. Hrotsvitha von Gandersheim (ca. 935–ca. 975). Opera Hrosvite illustris virginis et monialis germane gente saxonica orte nuper a Conrado Celte inventa. Nuremberg: Sodalitas Celticae, 1501.
Hrotsvitha, approximately 935–approximately 975, Dürer, Albrecht, 1471–1528, illustrator, Süss, Hans, von Kulmbach, between 1475 and 1478–1522, illustrator, and Celtis, Konrad, 1459–1508, editor. , “AFM4742,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed March 28, 2023, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1626.