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Title Die heiligen teutschen ewangeli vnd epistel [1 leaf only].
Additional Titles Heiligen teutschen ewangeli und epistel [1 leaf only]
Deutschen Evangelien Episteln [1 leaf only]
Publisher Augsburg : Johann Schobser
Creation Date 1487
Notes Saint basilius and his physician, Ephraim. One leaf from the Plenarium, Augsburg, 1787. Woodcut, collored yellow, green and red, showing St. Basilius ill in bed, wearing bishop's cap, and Ephraim wearing the peaked 'Jewish hat" (cf. J. E. VI, 293). A third individual is holding a urinal vessel. The text explains the physician's visit and his conversion (cf. Essay XLI, where there is an uncolored copy).
Format [1] leaf : ill. (woodcut)
6 1/2X8 cm.
Language German
System Number 990034421690205171

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