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TitleBIBLIA ICONIBUS artificiosissimis, qu˛ Lectoris memoriae consulatur, tanquam emblematis quibusdam exornata. Additae sunt in interiori margine ex vetustissimis quibusque Codicibus, partim manu scriptis, partim ab ipsius Typographices iuventa excusis, VARIAE LECTIONES, quae lucem aliquam editioni vulgatae addere videbantur. HEBRAEORUM, Chaldaeorum, Graecorum, Latinorum nominum difficilium, explicatio. Cum duplici rerum & sententiarum INDICE. (A1r) vol.1 p.A1rpage
Bible books in editionBible complete
Printer/PublisherMeranus, Martinus
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1541
Remarks
Related personsMeranus, Martinus (printed by)
Steelsius, Joannes (published by)
Steelsius, Joannes (writer of a preface)
LanguageLatin
Translationunknown
Contains illustrationsyes

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Bibliography

Format2
Number of pages1036
Prologueyes, by the publisher vol.1 p.A2rpage
Epilogueno
Preface on bible bookyes, prefaces by Jerome
Authorisationno
Announced on title pageglosses, preface (prefaces by Jerome)
Volumes

Volume 1

TitleBIBLIA ICONIBUS artificiosissimis, qu˛ Lectoris memoriae consulatur, tanquam emblematis quibusdam exornata. Additae sunt in interiori margine ex vetustissimis quibusque Codicibus, partim manu scriptis, partim ab ipsius Typographices iuventa excusis, VARIAE LECTIONES, quae lucem aliquam editioni vulgatae addere videbantur. HEBRAEORUM, Chaldaeorum, Graecorum, Latinorum nominum difficilium, explicatio. Cum duplici rerum & sententiarum INDICE. (A1r) vol.1 p.A1rpage
ImprintANTVERPIAE Ex officina Joannis Steelsii, Anno Ó CHRISTO nato M. D. XLI. (A1r) vol.1 p.A1rpage
Colophon
CollationA8 (▒ A1) B8 (▒ B1, ▒B8) C-Z8 a-z8 &10 (378 fol.)
Fingerprint154102 - b1 A2 D.$Do : b2 &6 m$
Contents A1r title; A1v exhortation to study the scriptures; A2r pref. by the publisher Johannes Steelsius; A2v-A3r summary of the scriptures; A3v-A5v indexes of quotations from the OT by Christ or the apostles; A6r order of the books of the OT and NT; A6v pref.by Jerome; A7r-A8r epistle of Jerome; A8v pref.on the five books of Moses by Jerome; B1r-D2v Gen; D2v-F1r Ex; F1v-G3r Lev; G3r-H8v Num; I1r-K5v Deut; K5v-L6r Jos; L6r-M6v Judg; M6v-M8r Ruth; M8r-O4v 1Sam; O4v-P6v 2Sam; P6v-R2r 1Kings; R2r-S4v 2Kings; S5r-T7r 1Chron; T7v-X3v 2Chron; X4r PrayMan in Greek and Latin; X4v-X8r Ezra; X8r-Y5r Neh; Y5r-Z2r 3Ezra; Z2v-a3r 4Ezra; a3v-a6v Tob; a7r-b3v Jud; b3v-b8r Esth; b8r-d3v Job; d4r-g8v Ps; g8v-i1r Prov; i1r-i3v Ecclstes; i4r-i5r SongSol; i5v-k2v WisSol; k2v-l8v Eccl; l8v-o1v Isa; o1v-q5r Jer; q5r-q7r Lam; q7r-r1v Bar; r1v-t3v Eze; t3v-v3v Dan; v3v-v6r Hos; v6v-v7v Joel; v7v-x1v Amos; x2r Obad; x2v-x3r Jon; x3r-x4v Mic; x5r-v Nah; x5v-x6v Hab; x7r-v Zeph; x7v-x8v Hag; x8v-y3v Zech; y3v-y4v Mal; y4v-z7r 1Mac; z7r-&6v 2Mac; &6v-&10r 3Mac; &10v blank
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1541
Remarks on place/year
Text area266 x 150 (height x width); 55 lines

Volume 2

TitleSANCTUM JESU CHRISTI EVANGELIUM. Secundum Matthaeum. Secundum Marcum. Secundum Lucam. Secundum Johannem. ACTA APOSTOLORUM. OMNES EPISTOLAE PAULI APOSTOLIcum epistolis catholicis. APOCALYPSIS. BEATI JOANNIS. (AA1r) vol.2 p.AA1rpage
Imprint
ColophonANTVERPIAE Typis Martini Merani. M. D. XLI. (LL6r) vol.2 p.LL6rpage
CollationAA-KK8 LL6 (86 fol.)
Fingerprint154102 - b1 AA2 omini$ : b2 LL4 erces$ - c1 AAa2 auenna : c2 GGg1 eut.$28
Contents AA1r title; AA1v blank; AA2r-v pref. by Jerome on Gosp; AA3r-BB4v Mat; BB4v-CC3r Mk; CC3r-DD6r Luk; DD6r-EE6r Jo; EE6v-FF8v Acts; GG1r-GG5r Rom; GG5r-HH1r 1Cor; HH1v-HH4r 2Cor; HH4r-HH5v Gal; HH5v-HH7r Eph; HH7r-HH8r Philip; HH8r-II1r Col; II1r-II2r 1Thess; II2r-v 2Thess; II3r-II4r 1Tim; II4r-v 2Tim; II5r Tit; II5v Phil; II5v-II8v Hebr; KK1r-KK2r Jam; KK2r-KK3v 1Pet; KK3v-KK4r 2Pet; KK4v-KK5v 1Jo; KK5v 2Jo; KK6r 3Jo; KK6r-LL6r Rev; LL6r colophon; LL6v blank
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1541
Remarks on place/year
Text area265 x 149 (height x width); 60 lines

Volume 3

TitleChristiano Lectoris (AAa1r) vol.3 p.AAa1rpage
Imprint
ColophonSTEELSIUS Concordia res parvae crescunt. (GGg8v)
CollationAAa-DDd8 EEe6 FFf-GGg8 (54 fol.)
Fingerprint
Contents AAa1r pref.; AAa1r-EEe1v vocabulary of proper names; EEe2r-GGg4r index; GGg4v-GGg7v liturgical calendar; GGg7v-GGg8r elaborate contents of Gosp; GGg8v printer's device
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1541
Remarks on place/yearcf. vol. 1 and 2
Text areaunknown x unknown (height x width); unknown lines

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Typography

Foliatedyes; header right vol.1 p.D3rpage
SignedSign. 5/8 vol.1 p.D3rpage
Number of columns1 column
Book headingsyes; LIBER EXODUS, HEBRAICE VEELLE SEMOTH. vol.1 p.D2vpage
Chapter headingsyes; CAPUT PRIMUM. vol.1 p.D2vpage
Running headsyes; MOYSES. EXODUS. vol.1 p.D3rpage
Summaries of chapters no
Printed annotationsyes; outer margin vol.1 p.D3rpage
Scriptural referencesyes; inner margin vol.1 p.D3rpage
Numbered versesno
Ornamentsno
Ornamental initialsyes
Primary typefaceRoman vol.1 p.D3rpage
Specific typeface97 x 2

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Illustrations

Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11B32x2

Iconclass11B32
DescriptionTrinity in which God the Father and Christ are represented as persons, the Holy Ghost as dove
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62(DAVID)33x3

Iconclass11I62(DAVID)33
DescriptionDavid as psalmist, as author of the psalms, usually playing the harp
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62(JOEL)x3

Iconclass11I62(JOEL)
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (with NAME) (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62(ZECHARIAH)x4

Iconclass11I62(ZECHARIAH)
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (with NAME) (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x12A3423x5

Iconclass11I62,12A3423
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context), reading of the Torah ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x31B6235x11I61x2

Iconclass11I62,31B6235,11I61
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context), speaking, groups of persons from the Old Testament
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A3121x4

Iconclass12A3121
Descriptionthe altar of burnt offering in Tabernacle ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A4232x12A423x12A4231x12A422x1

Iconclass12A4232,12A423,12A4231,12A422
Descriptiontable of the showbread in the Tabernacle ~ Jewish religion, other objects kept in the Tabernacle, 'menorah', golden seven-branched candlestick, kept in the Tabernacle, Ark of the Covenant ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 31A(+65)x11I62(ISAIAH)x73D6x71A421x11D1311x73A56x71E3243x71E1343x1

Iconclass31A(+65),11I62(ISAIAH),73D6,71A421,11D1311,73A56,71E3243,71E1343
Descriptionthe (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) (+ sideways), Isaiah (not in biblical context); possible attributes: branch with leaves, saw, scroll or book, the crucifixion of Christ: Christ's death on the cross; Golgotha (Matthew 27:45-58; Mark 15:33-45; Luke 23:44-52; John 19:25-38), Eve takes the fruit from the serpent (or the tree) in the presence of Adam (who may be trying to stop her), lamb bearing cross or banner, 'Agnus Dei' ~ symbol of Christ, Mary conceiving Christ (the angel not present), anyone 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, Moses receives the tables of the law from God
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 31B8x43C7823x43C78721x1

Iconclass31B8,43C7823,43C78721
Descriptionfool, simpleton, numskull, (playing with) toy mills, hobby-horse
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 42G1x98B(ALEXANDER THE GREAT)x3

Iconclass42G1,98B(ALEXANDER THE GREAT)
Descriptionfamily lineage, pedigree, genealogical tree or table, (story of) Alexander the Great
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9876x47I423x71E324x73D66x1

ORNAMENTCODE48A9876,47I423,71E324,73D66
Descriptionornament ~ cartouche, vintage, grape harvest: the brazen serpent (Numbers 21:4-9), Christ on the cross on Golgotha (alone, without bystanders)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 49M431x25F3x49E122x48A9876x25Hx2

Iconclass49M431,25F3,49E122,48A9876,25H
Descriptiondevice (trade-mark of Steelsius, Joannes and widow and heirs), birds, armillary sphere, skeleton celestial globe, ornament ~ cartouche, landscapes
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A21x71A22x71A23x1

Iconclass71A21,71A22,71A23
Descriptiondivision of light and darkness, creation of the firmament and division of the waters above and below it, gathering of the waters below the firmament; dry land appears and produces all kinds of plants
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A24x71A25x71A3421x1

Iconclass71A24,71A25,71A3421
Descriptioncreation of sun, moon and stars, creation of the animals ~ Genesis, Eve emerges from Adam's body
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A3421x6

Iconclass71A3421
DescriptionEve emerges from Adam's body
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A4222x1

Iconclass71A4222
DescriptionAdam himself takes the fruit from the tree
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A611x2

Iconclass71A611
Descriptionan angel chases Adam and Eve out of paradise with a (flaming) sword
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A722x1

Iconclass71A722
DescriptionAdam engaged in agricultural activities, Eve suckling the children
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B331x71B33221x4

Iconclass71B331,71B33221
Descriptionthe ark is floating on the waters, while life on earth is destroyed ~ story of Noah, the dove returns with an olive-branch ~ story of Noah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B421x2

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 71C1222x2

Iconclass71C1222
DescriptionAbraham kneels before the angels
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C131311x71C13141x3

Iconclass71C131311,71C13141
Descriptionwhen Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac, an angel restrains Abraham's hand, the ram of the sacrifice ~ sacrifice of Isaac
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C274x71C272x1

Iconclass71C274,71C272
DescriptionIsaac lying 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 71D12411x1

Iconclass71D12411
DescriptionJoseph is lowered into a pit by means of ropes or a pulley
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D1511x3

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 71D24211x1

Iconclass71D24211
DescriptionJacob blesses Manasseh and Ephraim with arms uncrossed
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1114x71D253x1

Iconclass71E1114,71D253
DescriptionPharaoh orders Shiphrah and Puah, the two midwives, to kill all the Israelites' male infants, Jacob is buried in the cave of Machpelah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1141x71E11421x71E11411x2

Iconclass71E1141,71E11421,71E11411
Descriptionwhile tending Jethro's flock Moses comes to Horeb, Moses taking off his sandals, a burning bush attracts Moses' attention
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E116x71E11311x2

Iconclass71E116,71E11311
DescriptionMoses and Aaron confront Pharaoh (Exodus 5-7:13), Moses beholding one of his countrymen being beaten by an Egyptian taskmaster
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1173132x12A63121x2

Iconclass71E1173132,12A63121
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, baking of 'mazzah', unleavened bread ~ 'Pesah'
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1223x2

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 71E12541x3

Iconclass71E12541
Descriptionthe gathering of manna (in baskets and pots)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1312x47I14x1

Iconclass71E1312,47I14
DescriptionMoses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud), harvest
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1312x71E21x1

Iconclass71E1312,71E21
DescriptionMoses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud), Aaron and his four sons are ordained by Moses (Leviticus 8)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1312x71E222x2

Iconclass71E1312,71E222
DescriptionMoses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud), God sends fire which consumes the offerings on the altar
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1315x1

Iconclass71E1315
DescriptionMoses addressing the Israelites
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E13231x71E1312x2

Iconclass71E13231,71E1312
DescriptionMoses leads the people to the foot of the mountain and is called by God, Moses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1343x5

Iconclass71E1343
DescriptionMoses receives the tables of the law from God
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E231x7

Iconclass71E231
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 71E31112x2

Iconclass71E31112
DescriptionMoses, Aaron and the leaders of the twelve tribes take the census
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31113x2

Iconclass71E31113
Descriptionthe tribes are arranged in their proper order ~ the book of Numbers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31742x5

Iconclass71E31742
Descriptionthe ground opens and swallows the rebels Dathan and Abiram along with their families and possessions
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3243x71E3241x2

Iconclass71E3243,71E3241
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 71E33631x3

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DescriptionMoses orders the death of the mature Midianite women and their male children after the victory of the Israelites over the Midianites
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E41x5

Iconclass71E41
DescriptionMoses teaching (in general)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E41x7

Iconclass71E41
DescriptionMoses teaching (in general)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E535x2

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Descriptionthe territory of the thirty-one kings is conquered by Joshua and his army (Joshua 12:7-24)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F1112x1

Iconclass71F1112
DescriptionAdoni-bezek is caught; his thumbs and his great toes are cut off
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F64x71F642x3

Iconclass71F64,71F642
DescriptionRuth in the field of Boaz (Ruth 2:3-17), Boaz questions his servant concerning Ruth
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F81121x3

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DescriptionElkanah gives Hannah the greatest portion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71G1131x5

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Descriptionthe anointment of Saul by Samuel, with people looking on
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H1442x5

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DescriptionDavid slings a stone at Goliath's forehead
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H2252x2

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DescriptionDavid goes to Keilah, after hearing about the attack
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H3222x71H331x7

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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 71H3243x71H3242x3

Iconclass71H3243,71H3242
Descriptionthe Philistines place Saul's armour in the temple of Ashtaroth (Astarte), the Philistines behead Saul and strip off his armour
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H5231x1

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DescriptionDavid defeats Hadadezer
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H622x4

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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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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H731x2

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DescriptionDavid speaks to Uriah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H8222x71H8223x3

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Descriptionthe woman of Tekoah comes to David; she kneels before him, David gives Joab permission to fetch back Absalom; Joab kneels before David
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H8751x2

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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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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71H91x71H95x4

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DescriptionAbishag takes care of David, who is old and sick, David's death
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71I421x5

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DescriptionKing Hiram of Tyre sends ambassadors to Solomon
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71I43234x3

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Descriptionprayer of Solomon; Solomon kneels before the altar
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71I43235x2

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DescriptionSolomon blesses the people
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71K2144x2

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Descriptionthe death of Jeroboam's son Abijah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L1123x5

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DescriptionShishak loots the temple treasure
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L18131x71L172x2

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DescriptionAthalia hearing the noise of the people acclaiming King Joash, comes to the temple and sees the new king standing by a pillar; she tears her clothes in dismay: death of Athalia: she is seized by soldiers, brought to the palace and killed at the Horse gate
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L231x71L2321x2

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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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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L2438x4

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Descriptionat night, an angel of the Lord decimates the Assyrian camp: 185.000 soldiers are killed
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L24441x3

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DescriptionIsaiah prays to God and the shadow of the sundial goes back ten degrees
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L2713x71L2723x2

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DescriptionSaphan reads the book of Law aloud to the king who tears his clothes in dismay, all the idols are brought out of the temple, burned, and their ashes pounded to dust ~ story of Josiah
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71M36x71M4321x71M431x2

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DescriptionAhab is reproved by Elijah and asked to gather the priests of Baal on Mount Carmel for a contest, as Elijah prays, God sends fire which burns up not only his sacrifice but also the altar itself; the people fall prostrate, an altar is prepared by the Baal-worshippers and a bull is laid upon it; all the priests' cries, wild dances and self-mutilations are in vain (sacrifice on Mount Carmel)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71M84x71N21x2

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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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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71O22x1

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DescriptionHosea, Gomer and the three children (Hosea 1:3-11)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71O321x71O322x1

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Descriptionin the temple filled with smoke, the Lord sits on a throne; above it angels, each one with six wings ~ Isaiah's visions (Isaiah 6:1-4), purification of Isaiah: an angel touches Isaiah's lips with a burning coal, taken from the altar with tongs ~ Isaiah's visions (Isaiah 6:5-13)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71O911x2

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DescriptionEzekiel's vision of God sitting on his throne carried by four tetramorphs, each of them having four wings; wheels within wheels beside them
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71O9344x2

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Descriptionthe closed temple-door ('porta clausa') ~ Ezekiel's visions
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71O9345x2

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Descriptionthe miraculous spring in the temple ~ Ezekiel's visions
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Descriptionthe prophet Jonah withdraws from Nineveh; he builds a booth and while enjoying the shade of a plant (gourd or vine) which God made grow for him, he awaits the destiny of the city
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References

Bibliographic references

BWLBlat D496 and D509 Die Bibelsammlung der WŘrttembergischen Landesbibliothek Stuttgart: Lateinische Bibeldrucke, 1454-2001. Described by Christian Heitzmann and Manuel Santos Noya with the cooperation of Irmgard Schauffler and Eberhard Zwink. Stuttgart, 2002. 3 Vols.

NK 2456 Nijhoff, Wouter and M.E. Kronenberg. Nederlandsche bibliographie van 1500 tot 1540. 3 vol. 's-Gravenhage, 1923-71.

BT 440 Cockx-Indestege, Elly and GeneviŔve Glorieux. Belgica typographica, 1541-1600. 4 vol. Nieuwkoop, 1968-94.

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Prologus in Zachariae Prophetiam.

Secundo anno Darii regis Medorum Aggaeum et Zachariam prophetasse, lectiones eorundem declarant.
Sed hac causa Aggaeus Zachariae in ordine prophetarum praelatus esse videtur, quod eum duobus mensibus, ut prae-
dictorum lectiones ostendunt, in prophetia praecessisse invenitur, et ad reparationem templi praecepto Dei populum ani-
masse,ut Esdras refert, dicens, In secundo anno Darii regis Persarum prophetaverunt Aggaeus et Zacharias filius Ad
do prophetae, super Iudaeos qui erant in Iuda et Ierusalem, super Israel in nomine Dei Israel super eos. Tunc surrexe-
runt Zorobabel filius Salathiel, et Iesus filius Iosedec, et principes eius: inchoaveruntque aedificare domum Dei, quae
est in Iersusalem. Quibus cum adessent prophetae, exhortatione sua adiuverunt eos. Nem et populum Israel ab imitatio-
ne paternorum delictorum, per suam admonitionem idem propheta cupiens revocare, verbis lectione comprehensis
usus est, Vidi nocte: et ecce vir ascenderat super equum rubeum etcetera. Vidit propheta virum equo rubeo sedentem,
et stantem in medio myrteti umbrosi : cuius visionis haec solutio est : Vir ascendens equum rubeum: licet angelus in-
telligatur: tamen quia praedicti coloris equum conscendere visus est, vindictam sanguinis in eam gentem significat af-
ferendam, quae populum Israel in captivitatem redegerat. Nam et Esaias propheta, per ruborem vestimentorum, inter
gentes vindictam cum sanguine Ó Deo proferendam demonstrans his verbis usus est, dicens, Quis est iste qui venit
de Edom, tinctis vestibus de Bosra etcetera. Stantem ver˛ in medio myrteti umbrantis quod dixit: laetitiam populo af-
futuram, per myrteti significationem voluit designari. Eius ligni Moyses in Levitico cum faceret mentionem, ait, Acci
pietis die prima fructus ligni speciosi, ut laetitiam populi, per bene olentis ligni et speciosi umbraculum demonstra-
ret. Sed hanc visionem quae liberationem populi, et vindictam de adversariis affuturam demonstrat, ob hoc noctu pro-
pheta se vidisse memoravit, quia populum Israel in prima liberatione de Terra-Aegypti, noctu discessisse constabat:
cuius exempli quia praefens populus aliquam partem in se retinere videbatur, liberatio eiusdem ac teditus captivita-
tis de terra Chaldaeorum per noctem prophetae est revelata.

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Christiano Lectoris.

En tibi, Christiane Lector, Hebraica propria nomina restituta, quae in Bibliis utriusque testamen
ti sparsa leguntur. In quibus, quid praestitum sit ultra vulgatam editionem, animadverte. Primum, sin
gula vocabula ad Hebraeos codices examinata sunt, et restituta quae corrupte scribebantur: ita, ut
eadem sit scriptura et orthographia nominum in hoc libro, atque in ipsis Bibliorum locis unde desum-
pta sunt. Deinde, interpretationem quae in Bibliis Compluti impressis erat, in omnibus ferŔ secuti
sumus. Praeterea si nomen viri incidit, si foeminae, si populi, aut idˇli: si urbis, provinciae, regionis,
fluvii, denique etiam si montis: rursum si vir fuit binomius aut mulier: item si civitas, aut locus aliquis
plura habuit nomina, annotatum est. Postremo, ne posthac tam facile ea corrumpi possint, librum Biblio
rum et caput singulis adscripsimus: in quo quantum laboratum Ó nobis fuerit, tametsi res nonnullus exigua
videatur, tu ipse reputabis. Adhaec nominibus quorum characteres proprii ignorabantur, quibus di-
ctiones fuerunt conscripte, D literam adiici placuit, quae interpretationem esse dubiam significaret. Graecis autem, G literam, quae petitam esse Ó Graecis interpretationem admoneret. Fruere igitur Lector, et Vale.

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