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Ergo ignominium, ciui quam nulla notat lex, Hanc Regi aterno crimina nostra ferunt?

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Title
Ergo ignominium, ciui quam nulla notat lex, Hanc Regi aterno crimina nostra ferunt?
Names
Wierix, Jan (16th cent.) (Engraver)
Groeningen, Gerard van (fl. 1561-1575) (Artist)
Galle, Philippe (1537-1612) (Engraver)
Heyns, Peeter (1537-1598) (Translator)
Arias Montano, Benito (1527-1598) (Author)
Collection

Christi Iesu vitæ admirabiliūq[ue] actionum speculum A Philippo Gallæo apparatũ Bened. Ariæ Montani singularibus distichis instructum. : Le Miroir de la vie & Passion de Iesus-Christ /grauée en cuiure par P. Galle; chantée par B. Arias Montanus; & expliquée en rithme Françoise par P. Heyns...

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1574?]
Place: [Antverpiae]
Publisher: Cura & ære Ph. Gallæi impressit Ant. Diest
Library locations
Spencer Collection
Shelf locator: Spencer Coll. Neth. 1574
Topics
Jesus Christ
Genres
Engravings
Notes
Content: Also published as part of Arias Montano's "Divinarum nuptiarum conventa et acta."
Content: Binding, by Cuzin, of dark brown morocco, gilt, with supra-libros of Victor Masséna, prince d'Essling.
Content: Illustrations: 51 full-page engravings, including illustrated Latin title, after Gerard Groenning. No. 11, 14, 42 and 44 (Alvin 1645-1648) are signed by Jan Wierix and it is possible that all the engravings are by him in spite of the ascription to Philippe Gale in the French title.--cf. Delen.
Content: Privilege dated 1573 below undated colophon; translator's verses to the reader, f. 50b, dated April 3, 1574.
Content: See: Funck: Livre belge à gravures, 365. See: Delen: Gravure dans les anciens Pays-Bas, II4, 147. See Alvin: Wierix, p. 327-328.
Content: The Latin poem is printed on the rectos (two lines below an engraving on each). The French paraphrases are on the opposite versos.
Physical Description
Extent: 1 print : engraving
Type of Resource
Still image
Identifiers
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b16828364
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 3279e570-c608-012f-1191-58d385a7bc34
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Item timeline of events

  • 1574: Issued
  • 2013: Digitized
  • 2016: Found by you!
  • 2017

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Ergo ignominium, ciui quam nulla notat lex, Hanc Regi aterno crimina nostra ferunt?