Dirst edition of the Latin Bible prepared by Andreas Osiander II (1562–1617), presenting the revised Latin scriptures in the two inner columns, with the compiler's paraphrases, explanations, and annotations from various other commentators printed in the outer two columns. A later owner has written unusually intensive, minute, and crowded annotations on the pages of Genesis, Joshua, Judges, and the Gospels.
BRB0472. Biblia sacra : quæ præter antiquæ Latinæ versionis necessariam emendationem, & difficiliorum locorum succinctam explicationem, (ex commentariis Biblicis reuerendi viri Lucæ Osiandri, &c. Andreæ parentis depromptam) ... Tübingen: Georg Gruppenbach, 1600.
Osiander, Andreas, 1562–1617 and Osiander, Lucas, 1534–1604. , “BRB0472,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed December 11, 2023, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1705.