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Theatrum Mortis Humanæ Tripartitum: I. Pars. Saltum Mortis. II. Pars. Varia Genera Mortis. III. Pars. Pnas Damnatorum Continens. Figuris Æneis Illustratum, Das Ist, Schau-Bühne Desz Menschlichen Todts in Drey Theil. 1. Theil. Der Toden Tantz. 2. Theil. Underschidliche Todts-Gattungen. 3. Theil. Der Verdambten Höllen-Peyn, Vorstellend. MIT Schönen Kupffer-Stichen Geziehrt Vnd an Tag Gegeben. Durch Joannem Weichardum Valvasor

Valvasor, Johann Weichard
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Book; Online; EBook
Published
Gedruckt zu Laybach : Vnd zu finden bey Johann Baptista Mayr, in Saltzburg, anno 1682.
Language
German
Related Title
Dance of death.
Schau-Bühne dess menschlichen Todts.
Description
3 pts. in 1 v. : ill. ; 20cm. (4.)
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Illustrations: 1 full-page engraving (frontispiece) and numerous half-page engravings, by Andreas Trost after Johann Koch, many signed. The engravings in pt. 1, although unsigned, are presumably by Trost and are said to derive from Holbein's designs for the Dance of death, possibly by way of Arnaud Nicolai's woodcuts in the 1555 Cologne edition of the Dance of death (q. v.). All the half-page engravings are within borders depicting plants, insects, birds, beasts, etc.
  • Colophon of each part dated 1681.
  • Brunet, V, 1067. Radics, P. von. Johann Weikhard, Freiherr von Valvasor. Laibach, 1910. p. 174-184. Dance of death. The dance of death...with a dissertation...by Francis Douce. London, 1833. p. 129-130.
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McGeary & Nash. Emblem books at the University of Illinois, D11.
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