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catalogue of German reformation pamphlets (1516-1550) in libraries of Alsace

Michael A. Pegg

catalogue of German reformation pamphlets (1516-1550) in libraries of Alsace

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Published by Valentin Koerner in Baden-Baden .
Written in English

  • Reformation -- Germany -- Pamphlets -- Bibliography -- Union lists,
  • Catalogs, Union -- France -- Alsace,
  • Reformatie,
  • Pamfletten,
  • Germany -- Church history -- 16th century -- Bibliography -- Union lists

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementMichael A. Pegg.
    GenrePamphlets, Bibliography, Union lists.
    SeriesBibliotheca bibliographica Aureliana -- 180, 200-201, 206
    LC ClassificationsBR855 .P418 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. in 4 ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18317826M
    ISBN 103873201801, 3873207001, 387320701X, 3873207060
    ISBN 109783873201804, 9783873207004, 9783873207011, 9783873207066

    The entire collection equals approximately , volumes, , of these in the rare book collection. There are 35, rare books published on the continent; incunabula; and 2, works from the Reformation period, including many works by both Luther and Calvin. Mar 24,  · Herbst’s catalogue essay reminds us how Vogtherr published a bestselling pattern book in , prefaced with a lament about the Reformation’s “diminishment” of the liberal arts.

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The Reformation Pamphlets: aids to identifying pamphlets from van Ess's collections. In a recent publication, I have reconstructed (so far as is possible) the catalogue of van Ess's catalogue of Flugschriften or Reformation pamphlets and have catalogue of German reformation pamphlets book the significance of the collection (the first major collection.

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Make Offer - Catalogue of German Reformation Pamphlets. 7V Reference HISTORY OF OFF-PRINTS AND PAMPHLETS Books-On-Books Bibliographic Pamphlet Attacks on Alexander Pope Descriptive Bibliography Owen Wister Register of His Papers in the Library of Congress 19th Century Pamphlets John Carter Graham Pollard German Reformation Pamphlets in Swiss Libraries Pennsylvania Dutch Printed Taufscheins B O Flowers Arena Publishing.

An Enquiry Into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets, by John Carter and Graham Pollard, Bibliotheca Bibliographica Aureliana IC. A Catalogue of German Reformation Pamphlets () in Swiss Libraries, by Michael A.

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Pamphlets in dialogue form where important theological ideas could be presented in a popular manner using questions and answered became one of the Reformation’s essential tools. Hans Sachs wrote four prose dialogues in support of Reformation ideas in (his only prose dialogues apart from two later dialogues written in and ).

Complete Holdings of the. Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection. Martin Luther, His Friends, and His Opponents The Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection is held at Pitts Theological Library, Emory To access the online catalogue select Complex “. A Catalogue of German Reformation Pamphlets () in Libraries of Alsace, Pars tertia: Haguenau, Sélestat, Mulhouse, and Collective Index of Towns.

There are also a large number of German 16th-century polemical tracts written by Luther, Melanchthon and other leaders of the German Reformation and their opponents, and a considerable amount of miscellaneous material, including works by German Baroque writers, printed speeches and catalogue of German reformation pamphlets book, many catalogue of German reformation pamphlets book a local nature.

The Man | The Book Collections of Leander van Ess | The Reformation Pamphlets. The book collections of Leander van Ess. Although he was never a wealthy man, historical circumstances made it possible for Leander van Ess to acquire large collections of valuable books.

Sep 17,  · A Catalogue of German Catalogue of German reformation pamphlets book Pamphlets () in Libraries of France and Collective Index for all Catalogues of German Reformation Pamphlets and Bibliotheca Lindesiana. By MICHAEL A. PEGG.

(Bibliotheca bibliographica Aureliana, ) Baden-Baden: Valentin Koerner. xxii + pp. € isbn 3 1. Thousands of German Reformation pamphlets (Flugschriften) survive to this day in research libraries and other collections (with Luther’s own works predominant among them), suggesting that the Holy Roman Empire was once awash with millions of affordable little tracts in the vernacular.

The analysis of catalogue entries of 16th-century book Cited by: 2. A catalogue of German Reformation pamphlets () in libraries of France: and collective index for all Catalogues of German Reformation pamphlets and Bibliotheca Lindesiana [] Pegg, Michael A.

Full text of "Catalogue of the Pamphlets, Books, Newspapers, and Manuscripts Relating to the Civil War, the " See other formats. — v, catalogue of the books, pamphlets, and manuscripts belonging to the huguenot society of america n deposited in the library of columbia college v with an introduction by the library committee of the society / compiled by • elizabeth g.

baldwin i published by the society new. The Stickelberger collection comprises Reformation books collected between and by Dr. Emanuel Stickelberger (*March 13 – †January 16 ).

In the study of the Reformation, this collection is regarded as perhaps “the most extensive and. A great number of early printed Reformation sources are found in Princeton, New Jersey, among Princeton University’s impressive and immense collections.

In the Princeton Theological Seminary Rare Book and Pamphlet Collections are numerous early examples including bibles, and objects related to the German and Swiss reformations.

Tom Brady is the foremost senior scholar of the Reformation, and he has devoted his career to reshaping the way German Reformation history is understood, by bringing social and political history to bear on a terrain that used to be primarily that of ecclesiastical history.

This book is the summation of his life’s by: Table of Contents for The library of Leander Van Ess and the earliest American collections of Reformation pamphlets / Milton McC.

Gatch, available from the Library of Congress. Germany and German Switzerland. The Reformation was inaugurated in Germany when Luther affixed his celebrated theses to the doors of the church at Wittenberg, 31 October, From the consequences of papal excommunication and the imperial ban Luther was protected by Elector Frederick of Saxony, his territorial sovereign.

Pettegree's book covers fairly standard Luther biography ground, but with a unique twist: he regularly explores how the developing German printing industry was an invaluable aid to the Reformation and in particular Luther, and likewise how at the same time Luther himself was an interested, involved, and invaluable help to the printing industry.4/5.

The Fifteen Confederates was published anonymously in the autumn ofshortly after Martin Luther's hearing at the Diet of Worms and subsequent disappearance.

The fifteen pamphlets that make up the book address religious, social, economic, and political challenges facing the German people.

This Sendbrief or Open Letter is one of the Luther pamphlets the Taylorian is fortunate to hold. These pamphlets were acquired from several University Libraries, notably Heidelberg, in The Sendbrief was chosen for re-publication on the occasion of the th anniversary of the Reformation.

Reformation: Shattered World, New Beginnings, which marks the th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and showcases a number of our treasures. Among the items on display is a!rst edition of the Book of Common Prayer (), one of the cornerstones of Reformation.

But to what extent was the Reformation a "print event". And what, finally, was Luther's role in the movement. With Mark Edwards's study of Protestant and Catholic pamphlets published in the early years of the Reformation (), these and other questions surrounding Reformation printing are at last given their full due.

Jan 17,  · But, to everyone else, a close study of the Reformation, and subsequent reformations, repays in dividends a better understanding of our present age. Flickering of the Flame: Print and the Reformation. Exhibition and Catalogue by Pearce J. Carefoote. Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library [Printed by Coach House Press], p., ill.

tant Reformation of the early s, religious reformers employed print media to disseminate their ideas. We construct a new measure of religious content in the media using data on all known books and pamphlets printed in German-speaking Europe We apply the measure to study the di usion of the ideas of the Reformation across cities.

Oct 03,  · The Catholic controversy during the reign of James II. gave rise to a multitude of books and pamphlets, which have been described by Peck (Catalogue, ) and by Jones (Catalogue, Chetham Society, 2 vols., ).

Politics were naturally the chief feature of the floating literature connected with the Revolution of These have achieved some notable results. The German VD 16 has gathered information on some 90, editions published in German lands.

The Italian Edit 16 lists 60, editions published in Italy. The English Short Title Catalogue is a comprehensive survey of all books published in English. Ephraim Emerton was born in Salem, Massachusetts, to James and Martha West Emerton. His elder brother was James Henry Emerton (–), naturalist and arachnologist.

At the age of twenty, Emerton graduated from Harvard continued his postgraduate education in Germany and received his doctorate from the University of Leipzig in Returning to Massachusetts the.

Europe: Library of Congress Rare Books and Special Collections: an Illustrated Guide. Following in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson, whose library contained numerous works on European history, politics, and culture, the Library of Congress has many comprehensive European collections.

The rarest of these works come to the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. speech of the early Reformation movement. Propagandists for a morally reinvig-orated Reformation called for the abolition of the civic brothels and the ending of the common women's trade.

In pamphlets and images, the common woman was frequently aligned with the Reformation's enemies, the loose-living, lecherous priests and monks. The Book- and Reading-Culture in Basle and Zurich During the Sixteenth Century Urs B.

Leu Augsburg’s Position in the System of the German Book Trade in the First Half of the Sixteenth Century Hans-Jörg Künast Book Trade Practices in Early Sixteenth-Century Paris: Pierre Vidoue (–) David J.

Shaw Henrike Lähnemann's research interests are medieval manuscripts, the relationship of text and images and how vernacular and Latin literature are connected, currently mainly in late medieval Northern German convents (Letters of the nuns from Lüne, and the edition of prayer-books from the Abbey of Medingen).

A major theme is the engagement with the Reformation. Endorsements "Pamphlets provided early modern dissident movements with a new and powerful tool to publicise their causes, nowhere more effectively than by the protagonists in the Dutch Revolt. By far the most complete collection of these pamphlets, published in Dutch but also in French, German and Latin, was made by the nineteenth-century Dutch bibliographer and librarian Willem Knuttel.

Andrew Pettegree’s Reformation and the Culture of Persuasion is concerned with the question of how and why the Reformation garnered the allegiance of the 16th-c. masses. Pettegree notes that the decision to convert—and conversion was generally a conscious decision in the Reformation’s first generation (2)—could be extremely traumatic/5.

Pdf 05,  · Andrew Pettegree is Professor Modern History at the University of St Andrews, and Director of the Universal Pdf Title Catalogue. He is the author of a number of books on the Reformation and, more recently, the history of communication, including Reformation and the Culture of Persuasion (Cambridge, ), The Book in the Renaissance () and The Invention of News ().Jul 27,  · Based on publishing statistics, this article traces the complexity of early Reformation processes of communication and depicts the most significant literary and nonliterary media with which the Wittenberg Reformation found its "public" ("Öffentlichkeit") (pamphlets, illustrated handbills, Bible translations, sermons, performative events, and congregational singing).ebook methods and lines of attack adopted in anti-Reformation polemic, both literary and theological.

Jürgen Schulte’s monograph on Thomas Murner’s celebrated German-language satire Grossem Lutherischen Narren () was an early and ambitious example of this approach – a book which explored the psychological dimensions.