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Historien Von des Ehrwirdigen in Gott Seligen - MATHESIUS, JOHANN - 1566. 
Ulrich Neuber 1566 - MATHESIUS, JOHANN. Historien Von des Ehrwirdigen in Gott Seligen thewren Manns Gottes, Doctoris Martin Luthers, anfang, lehr, leben und sterben, Alles ordendlich der Jarzal nach, wie sich alle sachen zu jeder zeyt haben zugetragen, Durch den Alten Herrn M. Mathesium gestelt, und alles fur seinem seligen Ende verfertigt. Psalm. CXII. Des Gerechten wird nimmermehz vergessen. Mit Romischer Keyserlicher Maiestat Freyheyt, inn zehen Jaren niche nachzudrucken. Nurnberg, [Ulrich Neuber] M.D.LXVI.  Quarto.[ Newly rebound half-calf with slight raised bands and gilt on red morocco title label, plain gray paper over boards, decorative blind roll along edges of leather that adjoins paper, new endpapers, marbled page edges, light foxing, small oval 19th century library blind-stamp on first three and last three leaves--including title, accession number handwritten on verso of title. Title printed in red and black, woodcut initial letters, woodcut on last leaf (printer's device). Collation: A-B4, A-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Kkk4, Lll2. Printer's mark on recto of last leaf with caption: Psalm XXXXIX. Wol dem Volck das jauchtzenkan. OCLC locate 5 libraries: Emory U.--Pitts; U. Illinois; Harvard U.--Houghton; Luther Sem.; McGill U. Johann Mathesius (1504-1565) German Reformer. "He was the first biographer of Luther, the Reformer of Joachimsthal, and one of the most powerful preachers among the Reformers of the second period. He studied at Wittenberg, which he gratefully praised as his spiritual home, always regarding himself as a member of the church and school there. In 1532 he became the seventh rector of the Latin school at Joachimsthal, the then new city of northwestern Bohemia which had achieved prosperity by its silver mines and had adopted Lutheranism. In 1540 Mathesius went again to Wittenberg, where he became Luther's table-companion and made notes of his table-talk. In 1542 he was ordained by Luther. In the church at Joachimsthal he labored for nearly a quarter of a century, first as pre [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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