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Historia finium principatus Rugiæ, qua facies eorum antiquissima delineatur et variæ mutationes, amplitudinis vicissitudines cæteraque memorabilia huc pertinentia ex probæ fidei monumentis, scriptis coævis,diplomatibus aliisque vetustis chartis a medio XI. seculo ad usque tempora hodierna chronologico ordine ob oculos ponuntur, et commentationibus etymologico-criticohistoricis illustrantur. Accessit specimen diplomatum Rugianorum majoris operis sub titulo Rugiæ Diplomaticæ evulgandi nuntiam ferens. Una cum indice rerum maxime memorabilium.
Höpner,, Greifswald, 1727 - 4to.[ ] Accessit specimen diplomatum Rugianorum majoris operis su titulo Rugiæ Diplomaticæ evulgandi nuntium ferens. Greifswald, Höpfner 1727. – Angebunden: Johannes Bugenhagen. Pomeriana, in quatuor libros divisa. [ ] Ex manuscripto edidit Jac. Henr. Balthasar. Greifswald, Löfler 1728. – Gregor Langemack. Oratio secularis de providentia divina circa Sudensem reformationem per B.DN.Christian Ketelhutium Anno 1523 [ ]. Stralsund, Schindler 1723. – Michael Lobes. Kurtze historische Erzehlung, wie das heilsame Reformations-Werck, durch [ ] Christian Ketelhudten, [ ] angefangen und fortgesetzet worden. Stralsund, Schindler 1723. – Pergamentband der Zeit mit schwarzgeprägtem Rückenschild. 20 : 16 cm. [2], 224, [16] Seiten; 20, 188, [4] Seiten, 1 Falttabelle; [8], 80 Seiten; [12], 75, [1] Seiten. – Nur wenige Seiten leicht gebräunt. Bedeutsamer und inhaltsreicher Sammelband, alle Schriften in ersten Ausgaben. – I. Albert Georg von Schwarz, Professor für Geschichte und Philosophie in Greifswald, befasst sich in seiner berühmten Chronik mit der Geschichte Rügens vom 11. bis 17. Jahrhundert, als die Insel infolge des Westfälischen Friedens an Schweden fiel. – II. Bugenhagens »Pomeriana« (»Von [ ] hohem Werthe für die Pommersche Geschichte«, ADB II, 31) entstand bereits 1517–18, blieb aber zu Lebzeiten ungedruckt. Nach seinem Studium lebte er mehrere Jahre in Wittenberg, war eng mit Martin Luther befreundet, der ihn »Doctor Pomeranus« nannte, und war an Luthers Bibelübersetzung beteiligt. 1539 reiste er zurück nach Greifswald und initiierte die Reformation der dortigen Universität. – III/IV. Christian Ketelhot gilt als der Reformator Stralsunds. 1523 kam er auf seiner Reise in die Hansestadt, 200 Jahre später erschienen die seine Verdienste würdigenden Schriften. Die »Oratio secularis« enthält einen deutschsprachigen Anhang mit einigen Ausführungen Ketelhots. (zit nach Hesse, Aukt. 16) – Sehr schön erhalten. Fine sammelband. First edition of Schwarz’ history of Pomerania, a second was printed in 1734.Albert Georg von Schwarz (1687–1755) was professor of history and philosophy at the University of Greifswald and wrote several works on Pomerania and its history. Historia finium principatus Rugiæ deals with the history of Rügen from the 11th-century to the end of the 17th-century, "sub regibus Sveciæ". Rügen belonged to Sweden from the Peace pf Westphalia 1648 to 1815. The book has a printed dedication to the Swedish Governor-General in Pomerania (and Rügen) Johan August Meyerfeldt. Together with the posthumously printed first edition of Bugenhagen’s history of Pomerania. A supplement (11 pp) was published to Bugenhagen, but is – as here – often missing. The reformator Johannes Bugenhagen, by Luther called "Doctor Pomeranus", (1485–1558) was a close friend of Martin Luther and introduced the Protestant Reformation in the Duchy of Pomerania – and also in Denmark – in the early 16th century. He was born in Wollin and educated in Greifswald. He later moved to Wittenberg and become one of Luther’s closest associates, and was a part of the team that translated the bible, and he was among the first to become a "Protestant doctor" of theology. He returned to Greifswald in 1539 and reformed the university to a protestant university, and he wrote several new church orders (Kirchenordnungen) for the northern German towns and Duchies, and for Denmark. Bugenhagen wrote his history of Pomerania, the first of its kind, already in 1517–18, but it remained unpublished until this edition by professor Jacob Henrich von Balthasar in 1728. Christian Ketelhot (c. 1492–1546) and six other monks introduced the Lutheran reformation in Stralsund in 1523, and the 200 years anniversary was celebrated in 1723. Langemak contains the first publication of "Apologie Ketelhots". (Zit. nach "Centralantikvariatet, catalogue 80 POMMERN")
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