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Names
Plautius, Caspar, abbot of Seitenstetten (fl. 1621) (Author)
Collection

Nova Typis

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1621
Place Term: [n.p.]
Library locations
Rare Book Division
Shelf locator: *KB+ 1621 (Plautius, C. Nova Typis)
Topics
Mass
Brendan, Saint, the Voyager, ca. 483-577
Genres
Engravings
Notes
Content : Copy 1: With the additional pl., date 1622, of Columbus discovering America.

Content : Dedicated to Caspar Plautius, abbot of the Benedictine monastery Seitenstetten in Austria to whom the authorship of the work itself is attributed by H. J. Wynkelmann and by M. Ziegelbauer, Historia rei literariae ordinis S. Benedicti, Augustae Vind. et Herbipoli, 1754., t. IV, p. 532. cf. also V. Placcii Theatrum anonym. et pseudon. Hamburg, 1708.

Content : Engr. t.-p.

Content : Published in Linz. cf. H.J. Wynkelmann (Winkelmann) Der amerikanischen neuen welt beschreibung ... Oldenburg, 1664,p. 30.

Content : Running title: Navigatio in Novvm mvndvm sive Americam R. patrvm monachorvm ordinis S. P. Benedicti.

Content : The first two plates (1) "ad finem præfationis ad lectorem," emblem, with 4 Latin hexameters above and 3 Latin distichs below it; and (2) "Almirante de nauios para las Indias, Wolf Kilian. scalp. [sic]" (full length figure of Columbus; on the left, a large figure of a globe) are not numbered; the remaining plates are numbered 2-18.

Content : P. l. [1], sig. [)( 1]: Engr. t.-p. (with portraits of "S.Brandanvs" and "Bvell. Catalonvs."--p. l. [2]-[3], sig. )(2-3: Dedication, "Vniverso venerabilissimo religiosissimoq[ue] monachorum cœtui ordinis S. P. N. Benedicti. Inprimis autem, & cum primis pietatis, ac liberalium studiosorum gratiosissimo patrono Admodum Reverendo Domino Dn. Casparo Plavtio, monasterij Seittenstöttensis in Austria inferiori abbati dignissimo, theologo ..." signed "Don F. Honorius Philoponus, monachusS. Benedicti."--p. l. [3]vo-[4], sig. )( 3vo-[)( 4[: Preface "Ad benevolvm ordinis monastici S. Benedicti lectorem."--Plate "ad finem præfationis ad lectorem."--p. l. [5]ro, sig. )( )(: Observatio de magnete navtico.--p. l. [5]vo: diagrams.--Text (Navigatio in Novvm mvndvm, siveAmericam. Reverend. patrum monachorum ordinis S. P. Benedicti) p. [1]-101.--"Vaticinivm de Messia. et Evangelij ipsius prædictatoribus" (Quotations from "Isaias, 55. c. [4-5]; [60: 3]; c. 49 [: 23]") followed by list of prominent missionaries, p. 101-[102]--Unnumbered leaf at end: ro, "Ordinis S. P. Benedicti, Academiarum fundatores." "In annotationem bibliopolæ." vo, "Errata secundum paginas & versus."

Content : Copy 1: With autograph of "j.j. de Bure l'ainé," May 2, 1835.

Ownership : Lenox. Copy 1-2

Statement of Responsibility: Transacta Na-
Type of Resource
Still image
Identifiers
NYPL catalog ID (B-number) : b14396414
UUID: b9f56730-c609-012f-72c5-58d385a7bc34

Item timeline of events

  • 1621: Issued
  • 2013: Digitized
  • 2015: Found by you!
  • 2016

MLA Format

Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. "[St. Brendan holding mass on the back of a whale.]" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1621. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/8bbf1c8a-57a0-1c76-e040-e00a1806015b

Chicago/Turabian Format

Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. "[St. Brendan holding mass on the back of a whale.]" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed April 21, 2015. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/8bbf1c8a-57a0-1c76-e040-e00a1806015b

APA Format

Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. (1621). [St. Brendan holding mass on the back of a whale.] Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/8bbf1c8a-57a0-1c76-e040-e00a1806015b

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[St. Brendan holding mass on the back of a whale.]