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Deuttung der zwo grewlichen Figuren : Bapstesels zu Rom, vnd Munchkalbs zu Freyberg jn Meyssen funden, 1523

 Item
Identifier: BR303 .L88 1523

Scope and Contents

Der Baptsesel durch Philippen Melanchthon deuttet -- Deuttung des Munchkalbs zu Freyberg Martin Luthers Luther and Melanchthon, in this pamphlet, take advantage of the opportunity to use two strange, but otherwise real, phenomena, the discovery of a grotesque broken statue in the Tiber River, and the birth of a deformed calf, both of which had captured the popular mind, as a means of engaging in polemics against the Papacy and their opponents among the Catholic clergy Signatures: A-B⁴ Includes 2 full page wood-engravings, (1) of the Pope-Ass of Rome and (2) of the Monk's-Calf of Freyberg Reformation Era Pamphlet Collection

Dates

  • Publication: 1523

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection. Access to the collection is in accordance with the policies of the Valparaiso University Archives and Special Collections, Valparaiso University.

Extent

1 Monographs (16 unnumbered pages : illustrations) ; 21 cm (4to)

Language of Materials

German

Physical Location

Collection Room

Place of publication and publisher

Wittenberg : [Johann Rhau-Grunenberg]

Indexed In

Benzing, Lutherbibliographie 1549 Hartfelder, Melanchthon 66 VD 16 M 2988

OCLC ID

40283503

Repository Details

Part of the Valparaiso University Special Collections Repository

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