Early Woodcut Initials: Containing Over Thirteen Hundred Reproductions of Ornamental Letters of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

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Methuen and Company, 1908 - Block books - 287 pages
 

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Contents

I
1
II
6
III
12
IV
20
V
27
VI
37
VII
41
VIII
49
X
62
XI
71
XII
80
XIII
88
XIV
94
XV
99
XVI
101
XVII
107

IX
53

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Page 52 - Primus in Adriaca formis impressit aenis Urbe libros Spira genitus de stirpe Johannes. In reliquis sit quanta vides spes, lector, habenda, Quom labor hie primus calami superaverit artem. MCCCCLXVIII.
Page 5 - of the end of the fifteenth and the beginning of the sixteenth centuries are
Page 91 - Santa Fe, has an initial E showing God the Father upholding the Crucified Christ ; the second section sets forth the duty of the King to hear causes two days a week, and begins with an L
Page 57 - sportively taking him up on his back, he would carry him over a wide expanse of sea to the school at Puteoli, and in
Page 91 - must have been designed and executed by clever artists whose work is so fine that the printer in most instances has failed to do justice to it.
Page 91 - pressed by the litigants. Two knights spurring from the different sides of an S head the laws of chivalry; a canonist and his scholars in
Page 91 - A preside over matrimony; money-changers in aD over commerce; while a luckless wretch being hanged in the
Page 28 - either at the end of the fifteenth or at the beginning of the sixteenth century,
Page 93 - un maestro con su discípulo en que están puestas las cinco reglas mas principales de guarismo y otras cosas sotiles y
Page 57 - At whatever hour of the day he might happen to be called by the boy,

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