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Incipit ep[isto]la sancta hieronimi [sic] Paulinu[m] : presbite[orum] de omnib[us] diuine historie libris
Bib ID 1857246
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Bible. New Testament. 1477
Description Nurnbergu[n] : Per Antonium Coburger [i.e. Koberger], 1477 
1 v. ; 37 cm (fol) 
Notes

Caption title [p. 1]

Date expressed in Latin words in colophn.

In columns

Illuminated initials, decorations and rubricated text.

Spine title: Biblia sacra.

From the collection of J.F. L.F Fitzhardinge with a presentation book-plate.

Cited In

Hain, 3065..

Subjects Paul, the Apostle, Saint.
Other authors/contributors Jerome, Saint, -419 or 420

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