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1478.B.dut.HQ.a

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TitleDAt boeck der goetliker schriften die Bybel ([a]3r) vol.1 p.[a]3rpage
Bible books in editionBible complete
Printer/PublisherQuentell, Heinrich
Place of publicationCologne
Year of publication1478
Remarks
Related personsQuentell, Heinrich (printed and published by)
LanguageDutch
TranslationVulgate
Contains illustrationsyes

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Bibliography

Format2
Number of pages1088
Prologueyes vol.1 p.[a]2rpage vol.1 p.[a]2vpage vol.1 p.[a]3rpage
Epilogueno
Preface on bible bookyes, prefaces by Jerome
Authorisationno
Announced on title page preface (prefaces by Jerome)
Volumes
TitleDAt boeck der goetliker schriften die Bybel ([a]3r) vol.1 p.[a]3rpage
Imprint
Colophongedruckt in der laevelicker stat Coelne ([a]2v) vol.1 p.[a]2vpage
Collation[a4 (-a1) b-d10 e-l8 m-n6 o-s8 t6 v8 x-y10 z8 A-B8 C10 D-G8 H-I10 K8 L10 M-O8 P6 Q10 R8 S8 T10 V-Z8 aa8-ee8 ff6 gg-ii10 kk-ll8 mm-nn10 oo8 pp10 qq8 rr8 ss10 tt10 (-tt10)] (544 fol.)
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Contents [a]2r-[a]3r pref.; [a]3r-[a]4v summaries of bible books; [b]1r-[d]5v Gen; [d]6r-[g]1r Ex; [g]1r-[h]5v Lev; [h]5v-[k]7r Numb; [k]7v-[m]6r Deut; [m]6v-[o]5r Jos; [o]5r-[p]7v Judg; [p]7v-[p]8v Ruth; [q]1r-[s]1r 1Sam; [s]1r-[t]6v 2Sam; [t]6v-[x]6v 1Kings; [x]7r-[y]10v 2Kings; [z]1r-[A]4r 1Chron; [A]4v-[C]3v 2Chron; [C]3v PrayMan; [C]4r-[C]8r Ezra; [C]8r-[D]4r Neh; [D]4r-[D]8v Tob; [D]8v-[E]6v Jud; [E]6v-[F]4r Esth; [F]4r-[G]8v Job; [H]1r pref. on Ps; [H]1r-[K]8v Ps; [L]1r-[L]10v Prov; [L]10v-[M]4r Ecclstes; [M]4r pref. on SongSol; [M]4r-[M]5r SongSol; [M]5v-[N]4r WisSol; [N]4r-[P]6r Eccl; [P]6v prayer of Solomon; [Q]1r-[S]5r Isa; [S]5r-[X]3r Jer; [X]3r-[X]5r Lam; [X]5r-[X]8r Bar; [X]8v-[aa]6r Eze; [aa]6r-[bb]7r Dan; [bb]7v-[cc]2v Hos; [cc]2v-[cc]3v Joel; [cc]3v-[cc]6r Amos; [cc]6r-[cc]6v Obad; [cc]6v-[cc]7r Jon; [cc]7r-[dd]1r Mic; [dd]1r-[dd]1v Nah; [dd]1v-[dd]2v Hab; [dd]2v-[dd]3v Zeph; [dd]3v-[dd]4r Hag; [dd]4r-[dd]8r Zech; [dd]8r-[ee]1r Mal; [ee]1r pref by Jerome on Mac; [ee]1r-[ff]6v 1Mac; [gg]1r-[gg]10v 2Mac; [hh]1r-[hh]1v 2 prefs. on Mat; [hh]2r-[ii]4r Mat; [ii]4r-[ii]4v pref on Mk; [ii]4v-[kk]2r Mk; [kk]2r-[kk]3r 2 prefs on Luk; [kk]3r-[ll]8r Luk; [ll]8v-[mm]1r pref. on Jo; [mm]1r-[nn]1v Jo; [nn]2r-[nn]2v 2 prefs on Rom; [nn]2v-[nn]8r Rom; [nn]8r pref. on 1Cor; [nn]8r-[oo]3v 1Cor; [oo]3v pref. on 2Cor; [oo]3v-[oo]7r 2Cor; [oo]7r pref. on Gal; [oo]7r-[pp]1r Gal; [pp]1r pref. on Eph.; [pp]1r-[pp]3r Eph; [pp]3r pref. on Phil; [pp]3r-[pp]4v Phil; [pp]4v pref. on Col; [pp]4v-[pp]6r Col; [pp]6r pref. on 1Thess; [pp]6r-[pp]7r 1Thess; [pp]7r pref. on 2Thess; [pp]7r-[pp]7v 2Thess; [pp]8r pref. on 1Tim; [pp]8r-[pp]9v 1Tim; [pp]9v pref. on 2Tim; [pp]9v-[pp]10v 2Tim; [pp]10v pref. on Tit; [pp]10v-[qq]1r Tit; [qq]1r pref. on Phil; [qq]1r-[qq]1v Phil; [qq]1v pref. on Hebr; [qq]1v-[qq]5v Hebr; [qq]5v pref. on Acts; [qq]6r-[ss]4r Acts; [ss]4r pref. on Jam; [ss]4r-[ss]5v Jam; [ss]5v pref. on 1Pet; [ss]5v-[ss]7r Pet; [ss]7r pref. on 2Pet; [ss]7r-[ss]8r 2Pet; [ss]8r pref. on 1Jo; [ss]8r-[ss]9v 1Jo; [ss]9v pref. on 2Jo; [ss]9v-[ss]10r 2Jo; [ss]10r pref. on 3Jo; [ss]10r 1Jo; [ss]10r pref. on Jude; [ss]10r-[ss]10v Jude; [tt]1r pref. on Rev; [tt]1r-[tt]9v Rev
Place of publicationCologne
Year of publication1478
Remarks on place/yearcf. IDL 872
Text area296 x 197 (height x width); 57 lines

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Typography

Foliatedno
Signedno
Number of columns2 columns vol.1 p.[d]6rpage
Book headingsyes; Hijr begynt dat ander boeck der Bybelen genompt Exodi. vol.1 p.[d]6rpage
Chapter headingsyes; Dat ijrste Capittel [...] vol.1 p.[d]6rpage
Running headsyes; Dat boeck; Exodi. vol.1 p.[d]6vpage vol.1 p.[d]7rpage
Summaries of chapters yes vol.1 p.[d]6vpage
Printed annotationsno
Scriptural referencesno
Numbered versesno
Ornamentsyes
Ornamental initialsno
Primary typefaceGothic vol.1 p.[d]6rpage
Specific typeface1: 102 G

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Illustrations

Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(JOHN)12x11B32x1

Iconclass11H(JOHN)12,11B32
DescriptionSt. John the Evangelist writing the Gospel, usually the eagle present, Trinity in which God the Father and Christ are represented as persons, the Holy Ghost as dove
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(LUKE)12x73B57x73B23x73B3x1

Iconclass11H(LUKE)12,73B57,73B23,73B3
ArtistWitte, Lieven de
DescriptionSt. Luke writing his gospel, usually a (winged) ox present: adoration of the kings: the Wise Men present their gifts to the Christ-child (gold, frankincense and myrrh), adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph: circumcision of the Christ-child by the priest in the temple (Luke 2:21)
Pages vol.1 p.[kk]2vpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(MARK)12x73E12x71F3631x1

Iconclass11H(MARK)12,73E12,71F3631
DescriptionSt. Mark the evangelist writing the Gospel, usually a (winged) lion present, Christ, usually holding a banner, arises from the grave; often combined with sleeping and/or frightened soldiers, Samson carries the doors on his shoulders to the top of a hill near Hebron
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(MATTHEW)12x73A2x1

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DescriptionSt. Matthew writing the Gospel, usually the angel present, dictating or assisting him, ancestors and parents of Christ
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(PAUL)x46E1x1

Iconclass11H(PAUL),46E1
Descriptionthe apostle Paul of Tarsus; possible attributes: book, scroll, sword, messenger
Pages vol.1 p.[nn]8rpage vol.1 p.[oo]7rpage vol.1 p.[pp]1rpage vol.1 p.[pp]6rpage vol.1 p.[pp]7rpage vol.1 p.[pp]8rpage vol.1 p.[pp]9vpage vol.1 p.[qq]1rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(PAUL)x46E1x2

Iconclass11H(PAUL),46E1
Descriptionthe apostle Paul of Tarsus; possible attributes: book, scroll, sword, messenger
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62(DAVID)33x1

Iconclass11I62(DAVID)33
DescriptionDavid as psalmist, as author of the psalms, usually playing the harp
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9831x43C1149x43C111261x43C1144x43C1147x1

Iconclass48A9831,43C1149,43C111261,43C1144,43C1147
Descriptionfoliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament, return from the hunt, hare-hunting, rabbit-hunting, blowing the hunting horn, hunting dogs
Pages vol.1 p.[a]2rpage vol.1 p.[b]1rpage vol.1 p.[hh]1rpage vol.1 p.[tt]1rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9831x43C421x44A311x44A31x25FF422x1

ORNAMENTCODE48A9831,43C421,44A311,44A31,25FF422
Descriptionfoliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament, shooting with bow and arrow, archery (~ games of skill), standard-bearer, flag-bearer, banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.), dragon (large fabulous serpent, sometimes with wings and legs)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9831x48C8421x48C8422x48C7525x48C7354x1

ORNAMENTCODE48A9831,48C8421,48C8422,48C7525,48C7354
Descriptionfoliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament, male dancer, female dancer, one person playing wind instrument, bagpipe, musette
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A3421x71A321x11A1x92E5x11G25x24A6x24B1x1

Iconclass71A3421,71A321,11A1,92E5,11G25,24A6,24B1
DescriptionEve emerges from Adam's body, Garden of Eden, paradise, God the Creator, gods of the winds, angels in adoration, sun represented as face, wheel, etc., waxing moon, i.e. facing this way )
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A423x71A611x2

Iconclass71A423,71A611
DescriptionAdam and Eve holding (and possibly eating) the fruit, an angel chases Adam and Eve out of paradise with a (flaming) sword
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A82x71A812x71A831x4

Iconclass71A82,71A812,71A831
Descriptionthe killing of Abel: Cain slays him with a stone, a club or a jaw-bone, alternatively with a spade or another tool as weapon, the fume of Abel's sacrifice goes straight to heaven, whereas the smoke of Cain's offering is beaten down, the Lord calls on Cain to account for his deed
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B3311x71B33221x6

Iconclass71B3311,71B33221
Descriptionthe ark floating on the waters (destruction of mankind not visible), the dove returns with an olive-branch ~ story of Noah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B35211x6

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DescriptionShem and Japheth cover their father Noah; Ham usually stands nearby deriding him
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B421x9

Iconclass71B421
Descriptionthe building of the Tower of Babel; Nimrod may be present, supervising or assisting the construction
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C117x3

Iconclass71C117
Descriptionthe meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek, the high priest and king of Salem, who brings bread and wine (Genesis 14:18-20)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C1222x4

Iconclass71C1222
DescriptionAbraham kneels before the angels
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C13111x71C131311x1

Iconclass71C13111,71C131311
Descriptionthe servants are left behind while Abraham and Isaac (usually carrying wood) climb the mountain, when Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac, an angel restrains Abraham's hand
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C2741x71C272x3

Iconclass71C2741,71C272
DescriptionIsaac sitting in bed blesses Jacob who, disguised in Esau's clothes, brings food to his father; Jacob's hands and neck are covered with goatskins, Esau hunting
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C3121x1

Iconclass71C3121
Descriptionthe dream of Jacob: while sleeping on the ground with a stone for pillow Jacob sees a ladder reaching from earth to heaven with angels going up and down; usually with God at the top of the ladder
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D1251x1

Iconclass71D1251
DescriptionJoseph is pulled out of the pit
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D135x1

Iconclass71D135
DescriptionJoseph is arrested and sent to prison
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D1511x1

Iconclass71D1511
Descriptionfirst dream of Pharaoh: seven fat cows are devoured by seven lean cows ~ story of Joseph
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D173x1

Iconclass71D173
Descriptionadmitted in Joseph's presence, the brothers bow down before him
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D185x71D191x2

Iconclass71D185,71D191
Descriptionthe feast at Joseph's house: the amazement of his brothers at being seated according to their age; Benjamin is honoured with extra food, Joseph has his silver cup placed in Benjamin's sack
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D194x1

Iconclass71D194
DescriptionPharaoh sends Joseph's brothers with wagons to fetch their families and Jacob
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D224x2

Iconclass71D224
DescriptionJacob is presented to Pharaoh by Joseph
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D243x1

Iconclass71D243
DescriptionJacob blesses his sons
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D253x1

Iconclass71D253
DescriptionJacob is buried in the cave of Machpelah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1114x71E1115x71D253x2

Iconclass71E1114,71E1115,71D253
DescriptionPharaoh orders Shiphrah and Puah, the two midwives, to kill all the Israelites' male infants, Pharaoh decrees the drowning of every new male offspring among the Israelites, Jacob is buried in the cave of Machpelah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1124x71E1115x2

Iconclass71E1124,71E1115
Descriptionthe finding of Moses: Pharaoh's daughter comes to bathe with her maidens in the river and discovers the child floating on the water, Pharaoh decrees the drowning of every new male offspring among the Israelites
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1141x71E11421x71E11411x71E114231x2

Iconclass71E1141,71E11421,71E11411,71E114231
Descriptionwhile tending Jethro's flock Moses comes to Horeb, Moses taking off his sandals, a burning bush attracts Moses' attention, miracle of the rod changed into a serpent ; Moses may be shown fleeing from the serpent
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1164x71E114233x1

Iconclass71E1164,71E114233
DescriptionMoses and Aaron before Pharaoh; Aaron performs the miracle of the rod changing into a snake, miracle of the water changed to blood ~ burning bush
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11722x71E117221x2

Iconclass71E11722,71E117221
Descriptionthe plague of frogs: Aaron stretches out his hand over the water of Egypt; frogs come out and cover the land, frogs invading pharaoh's palace (Exodus 7:26-29 or 8:1-4)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11724x2

Iconclass71E11724
Descriptionthe plague of flies which fill the houses of the Egyptians
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11726x1

Iconclass71E11726
Descriptionthe plague of boils: Moses throws a handful of ashes into the air in front of Pharaoh and it produces boils on the people and the animals
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11727x2

Iconclass71E11727
Descriptionthe plague of hail: Moses raises his rod towards the sky, and hail and fire fall to the ground
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11728x2

Iconclass71E11728
Descriptionthe plague of locusts: as Moses raises his hands the locusts come and eat everything that has survived the hail
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11729x1

Iconclass71E11729
Descriptionthe plague of darkness: Moses raises his hands towards the sky and there is total darkness for three days
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1173132x71E1173131x2

Iconclass71E1173132,71E1173131
Descriptionthe Israelites eat the Passover lamb standing about a table with their loins girt, their shoes on their feet and with staves in their hands, ready to depart, with lamb's blood the Israelites make marks (usually tau-crosses) on the doorposts of their houses
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1223x5

Iconclass71E1223
Descriptionwith his people safe on the shore, Moses raises his hands and causes the water to return; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water (Red Sea)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1231x3

Iconclass71E1231
Descriptionsong of Moses ~ Exodus
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E12541x71E1253x2

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Descriptionthe gathering of manna (in baskets and pots), in the evening a large flock of quails flies into the Israelite camp
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E126x1

Iconclass71E126
DescriptionMoses striking water from the rock (Exodus 17:1-7; Numbers 20:2-13)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E12721x3

Iconclass71E12721
DescriptionMoses sitting on a rock, arms held up by Aaron and Hur; the Amalekites are defeated
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1311x71E1312x71E13511x2

Iconclass71E1311,71E1312,71E13511
DescriptionMoses (alone) ascending Mount Sinai, Moses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud), the people bring their golden ear-rings to Aaron
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1312x11I62(AARON)7x4

Iconclass71E1312,11I62(AARON)7
DescriptionMoses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud), other activities, relationships, etc. of Aaron
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E13211x1

Iconclass71E13211
Descriptionthe people promise obedience towards God
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E13411x71E1363x1

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DescriptionMoses and his companions see God on Mount Sinai, Moses, standing at the gate of the camp, causes the Levites to kill all the idolaters
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1343x4

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DescriptionMoses receives the tables of the law from God
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1343x71E13231x4

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DescriptionMoses receives the tables of the law from God, Moses leads the people to the foot of the mountain and is called by God
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1383x1

Iconclass71E1383
Descriptionthe making of the Tabernacle and its accessories ~ Exodus
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E231x9

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Descriptiontwo sons of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, offer incense in their censers to God, who punishes them for this by sending a fire that kills them
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31112x4

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DescriptionMoses, Aaron and the leaders of the twelve tribes take the census
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31211x4

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Descriptiontwo silver trumpets are made and are used to call the people together ~ the book of Numbers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3152x5

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Descriptionthe spies take away some of the fruits of Canaan and return, usually carrying a large bunch of grapes on a pole
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31742x7

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Descriptionthe ground opens and swallows the rebels Dathan and Abiram along with their families and possessions
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3182x2

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DescriptionAaron's rod has sprouted, flowered and produced ripe almonds
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3223x1

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DescriptionAaron's burial
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3243x71E3241x7

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Descriptionanyone who is bitten by a snake is cured by looking at the brazen serpent; the serpent (or dragon) is usually depicted on a tau-shaped cross or on a pillar, when the people complain again about the food, God sends poisonous snakes; many die of snake-bites ~ book of Numbers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3314x6

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Descriptionan angel holding a sword bars the way and causes Balaam's ass to turn aside; the angel is invisible to Balaam
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E335x1

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DescriptionJoshua is chosen as successor to Moses, who places his hands on Joshua's head in front of Eleazar the high priest and the assembled congregation (Numbers 27:18-23)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E43x1

Iconclass71E43
DescriptionMoses writes down the legislation during the last days before his death (Deuteronomy 31 passim)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E462x3

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DescriptionGod buries Moses on Mount Nebo
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E5242x71E52421x1

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Descriptionthe Israelites march around Jericho: in the procession the main body of the soldiers comes first, next are seven priests who blow on trumpets, followed by the priests carrying the ark and a rear guard, on the seventh day, at a signal from Joshua, the people start to shout and the walls of Jericho crumble
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E529522x5

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Descriptionthe five Amorite kings are killed either on Joshua's command or by his own hand, and their bodies are hanged as a display
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F81121x4

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DescriptionElkanah gives Hannah the greatest portion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F8342x71F8331x1

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DescriptionEli, hearing of the capture of the ark, falls from his seat and dies, the Ark of the Covenant is captured by the Philistines
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H115x3

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DescriptionSamuel anointing David in the presence of his father Jesse and his brothers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H115x6

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DescriptionSamuel anointing David in the presence of his father Jesse and his brothers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H1442x71H1433x2

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DescriptionDavid slings a stone at Goliath's forehead, David refuses Saul's armour ~ story of David and Goliath
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H3222x71H331x2

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DescriptionSaul kills himself with a sword, the messenger brings Saul's crown and bracelet to David
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H5262x1

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DescriptionEleazar (one of David's heroes) slays the Philistines in a field of barley
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H5453x71H8751x2

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Descriptionan angel appears to David with the symbols of the three punishments: Joab kills Amasa: Joab takes Amasa by the beard with the right hand as if to kiss him, and stabs him with a dagger
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H622x2

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Descriptionthe ark is placed on a cart driven by the sons of Abinadab; David and the people dance and make music before the ark
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DescriptionDavid, from the roof (or balcony) of his palace, sees Bathsheba bathing
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DescriptionAbsalom, put to flight on a mule, remains hanging by his hair in an oak-tree, Joab stabs Absalom with three spears
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DescriptionJoab kills Amasa: Joab takes Amasa by the beard with the right hand as if to kiss him, and stabs him with a dagger
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DescriptionBathsheba comes before Solomon, David's burial
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DescriptionSolomon gives verdict; he commands a soldier to divide the living child in two
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DescriptionSolomon and the queen of Sheba (1 Kings 10:1-3; 2 Chronicles 9:1-9), the queen of Sheba admires Solomon's palace
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DescriptionKing Zerah invades Judah with a huge army and meets Asa with his army in the valley of Zephathah
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DescriptionAhaz' apostasy, King Rezin of Syria and King Pekah of Israel defeat Ahaz and take many prisoners
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Descriptionat night, an angel of the Lord decimates the Assyrian camp: 185.000 soldiers are killed: martyrdom of Isaiah: by order of King Manasseh, Isaiah is sawn in two
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Descriptionburial of Josiah
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Descriptionas Elijah prays, God sends fire which burns up not only his sacrifice but also the altar itself; the people fall prostrate
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Descriptiona chariot, horses of fire and a whirlwind appear and Elijah is carried up into heaven; Elijah's cloak falls (or he hands it over to Elisha), two bears come out of the woods and tear the children who were mocking Elisha to pieces
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DescriptionNaaman comes to the Jordan, dips himself seven times and is cured
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Descriptionduring a funeral a band of ransacking Moabites is seen approaching and the corpse is thrown hastily into Elisha's tomb; when it touches Elisha's bones the man comes back to life
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Descriptionafter the furnace has been heated seven times more, the three Hebrews are bound and thrown into the fire; their executioners are burnt by the flames
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DescriptionDaniel exposes the elders as deceivers, the elders are stoned to death ~ story of Susanna
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Descriptionfour great beasts rising from the sea ~ Daniel's visions
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Descriptionsecond vision of Daniel (Daniel 8): the archangel Gabriel explains the vision, the he-goat fights with the ram and slays it ~ Daniel's visions
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Descriptionthe healing of Tobit: Tobias puts the gall of the fish on his father's eyes
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DescriptionJudas Maccabeus slays Apollonius, captain of the Musii, and takes his sword (1 Maccabees 3:10-12)
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Descriptionbattle of the Maccabees against Antiochus V Eupator (1 Maccabees 6:28-47)
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Descriptionmartyrdom of John in front of the Porta Latina: he is put in a cauldron of boiling oil, but remains unharmed, John (writing) on the island of Patmos, possibly the eagle beside him, an angel sent by Christ appears to John on Patmos, Christ between seven golden candlesticks appears to John, who falls to the ground; a sword comes out of Christ's mouth and he holds seven stars in his hands
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Descriptionopening of the fifth seal: white robes are given to (the souls of) the martyrs under the altar: opening of the sixth seal: a great earthquake, the sun turns black, the the moon red as blood, and the stars fall on earth; mankind hiding in caves, the four winds are restrained by four angels, sealing of the tribes of Israel, the 144-thousand
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Descriptionthe fourth of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: the sun, the moon and the stars are partially darkened: the first of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: hail, fire and blood is cast upon the earth: the third of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: a great burning star (Wormwood) poisons the rivers and fountains, the plague of the monstrous locusts with crowns, led by Apollyon: the seventh of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: adoration in heaven
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Descriptionthe sixth of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: the four angels of destruction are released, the army of horsemen ~ the seven angels with trumpets: the mighty angel with the little open book in his hands: he is wrapped in a cloud; his legs are pillars of fire, which stand one on land and one in the sea ~ Apocalypse
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Descriptionthe seventh of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: adoration in heaven, the seven angels with trumpets ~ Revelation of John: the second of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: a great burning mountain is cast into the sea
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Descriptionthe two witnesses of God (Enoch and Elijah) ~ Revelation, John measuring the temple, a pregnant woman, clothed with the sun and standing on the moon, appears; she is threatened by a red dragon with a long tail and seven heads
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Descriptionthe two-horned beast out of the earth and the beast out of the sea are worshipped, Michael and his angels fighting against the dragon and his followers; the dragon (Devil, Satan) is cast out of heaven, variant
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Descriptionthe scarlet woman, the whore of Babylon; she is usually sitting on a scarlet beast with seven heads and ten horns, the Son of Man (Christ) with the sickle, an angel thrusts his sickle into the earth, and gathers the vine, a mighty angel casting a great (mill)stone into the sea, an angel with a key and a chain binds the dragon (Satan) and casts him into the pit
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References

Bibliographic references

IDL 872 Thienen, G. van. Incunabula in Dutch libraries: a census of fifteenth-century printed books in Dutch public collections. 2 vol. Nieuwkoop, 1983.

BMC I, p. 264 Scholderer, Victor, Alfred W. Pollard, Henry Thomas, Leslie Alfred Sheppard, Dennis E. Rhodes. Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum 13 vol. London, 1908-85. [In progress].

GW 4308 Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke. Bd. 1 [etc.] Stuttgart, etc., 1968- [in progress]. [Vol. 1-7 reproduced with additions and corrections from the original edition. Leipzig, etc., 1925-38]

ISTC IB00637000 Incunabula Short Title Catalogue (online)

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Transcription

vol.1 p.[a]2rpage
Die born der ewy
ger wijsheyt dat
woert gaedes in
den hogesten spri
ket: als Johan-
nes in den vijfften
Capittell schrifft
to den joeden Un
dersoeket die sch-
rifft in welker gi
meynet dat ewyge leven to wesen. hijrumb
overtredet dat boeck der bibelen hijr nae ge-
drucket alle mynschelicke ende werentliken
konsten Soe in geynen boeken off weten-
heyden des mynschen heyll ende selicheyt
geleghen is dan in wetenheyt sines gaedes
Alle ander koensten ende boeke leren kennen
dye creaturen: alleyn dat boeck der hilliger
schrifft undersoeket. ende maket bekentelick
den schepper ende heylmaker alre creaturen
Hijrumb is dyt voerghenoemde boeck der
hilligher schrifft myt groeter ynnicheyt en
de werdicheyt thoe lesen eynen yegelicken
christen mynschen: want als Augustinus
sprickt All sin all ander koenste ende weten
heyde nutte deme mynschen: yodoch en is
niet nutteliker up deser erden dan to soeken
den ghennen daer hemmel ende erde ende
alle creaturen van ghemaket ende gescha-
pen sint Als Paulus sprickt Uyt eme in em
doer em: sint alle dinghe: deme sy loff ende
ere ummermer Als ouck Baruch sprickt in
sinen derden Capittell Dyt is unse god ende
geyn ander en sall buten eme geachtet wer-
den ende gheeret sijn Dese hefft vonden al-
le dye weghe der leringhe ende hefft sy ghe
geven Jacob sinen knechte. nae desen is hy
ghesien up erden. ende myt den myenschen
ghemeynschop ghehat Als Salomon spre
ket Ecclesiastici .xxiiij. in personen der got-
licker wijsheyt Ick byn uyt deme monde
des alreoversten gheganghen voer ghewon
nen voer allen creaturen: upghanck des un-
vergenckeliken lichtes in den hemmel heb
be ick ghemacket Want soe ouck Salo-
mon spreket van der goetlicker wijesheyt.
Sy is eyn glans des ewigen lichtes: ende
eyn spyeghell der goetlicker moeghentheyt.
Des gelijkes ouck ander lerer seggen dat
dye goetlicke wijsheyt beschreven in deme
boeke der bibelen eyn woert sij des ewighen
wordes. dorch welck wort dat ewige wort
verluchtende is alle mynschen koemende in

dese werlt. Dat woert als Jheronimus spre
ket in der voerreden der bybelen: hevet nyet
ghewoestet dye waelgheleerde Plato. dat
woert is unbekant gheweset den waelspre-
kende Demostenes Also oeck Paulus spre
ket thoe den Romeren. Alle hebben se be-
kant got, se en hebben en doch niet gheeret
ghelijck goede. mer se sijn verswonden in e-
ren ghedachten. Hyerumme sall een yghe
lyck cristen mensche dyt boeck der hylliger
schrifften myt groeter aendacht ende vuy-

richeyt lesen Besonder als Salomon uns be
schrivende is Ecclesiastici .xxiiij. als hi sprikt
dat boeck des levents een testament des al-
rehogesten. een wetenheit der waerheyt be-
slutet offte begripet all dese dinck Dat boek
der hilliger schrifft die bibel is ein boeck des
levendes als de hillige geyst schrivet allene
boven alle wetenheyt leydende is to den leven
welke unsterfflyke ende geyn einde nemen
de en is Also Ezechiel sprikt in den .xx. in der
personen godes Ick hebbe en gegeven mine
gerechticheyt dye dye mensche doen sall up
dat he in der leve Sprikt Salomon in der
selver gestalt der godlyker wijsheyt De mi
verclaren: dye sullen hebben dat ewyghe le-
ven Also Johannes in sinen Evangelio spre
ket in den lesten Dese dinghe sijn gheschre-
ven up dat ghy gheloeven sult. ende gheloe
vende hebben moghet dat ewyghe leven
Dye godlyke wijsheyt besloeten in den boec
ke der Bybelen, is oeck een testament off-
te een laetste wylle des alre oversten des
almechtighen godes bestedyget van den sel
ven allene toe geseghelt ende besloten myt se
ven segelen Alsoe Johannes spreket in den
boeck sijnre heymelycheyden in den vijfften
Capittel. oeck bestedyget ende confyrmiert
doer den doet des genen dye dat gemaeckt
hevet. Als Paulus spreckt thoe den hebreen
in den .ix. Capittell. Dat paeusschelyke ende
at keyserlyke drecht undersoeken dye testa
mente die dye mensche makende sint: allene
dyt boecke der godlycker schrifften sprikt
uyth dat testament des lesten wyllen des al
mechtigen godes. Hyerumb is dat boecke
der hyllyger schrifften hyer nae gedruckt:
baven alle menschelyke vernofft ende verstan
tenisse soe yd got allene gemaket hevet buy
ten willen des menschen als Petrus spreket
in sijnre Epystolen De prophecye uns niet
toekomende is doer wyllen des meijschen:
mer doet aenvanck des hyllyghen geystes

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nog niet beschikbaar

vol.1 p.[a]3rpage
schrifft geheyten Nicolaus de Lyra, dye eyn
doctor ende des mynnerbroeder ordens ghe-
west is Ende ouck umb dat meer genochte en
lyeffde kryge dye mynsche dese werdighe hilli
ge schrifft toe lesen ende sijn tijt daer mede nut
telik to ghebruken: sint in somigen eynden ende
capittulen figuren gesat: soe sy van oldes ouck
noch in velen kerken ende cloesteren gemaelt
staen: welke ouck dat selven dye ougen ertoe-
nen ende meer erclaeren. dat dye texst des ca-
pittels daer man die figuren vindet inne heft
Mer den gennen dye geyn ghenoechde in der
verbetterongen der vor aversettongen en hed
de off eme dat myswendet: byddet hy dye un-
gelesen to laten. ende off sy em dat myswenden
willen: soe en is hy doch niet beter dan dye ho
geleyrde sanctus Jheronimus ende veel andere ge
leirden der aversettonge ende andere gude wer
ken doch van velen gestraefft ende berispet sint
Alle geloevigen mynschen byddet hy sament-
liken den borne der gotliker wijsheyt uit desen
boeke hijr nae gedrucket in eynicheyt des ge-
louven der doupen gaedes dye eyn vader alre
geloevigen mynschen is dorch dye ghenaede
Jhesu Christi toe drinken dat dye gotlike wijs
heyt in en werden moete eyn vlyetende boern
springende in dat ewige leven Amen.

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