A WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY LIBRARY CATALOGUE OF 1536.
In 1547, a year after Martin Luther's death, the University Library of Wittenberg collected his books and manuscripts and sent them to Weimar. In 1549 John Frederick moved the books from Weimar to Jena, where the majority of the books and manuscripts, as well as the catalogues of Wittenberg University Library, have survived to this day.
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ANDROMACHE: A TRAGEDY, FREELY TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH IN ...
This work was limited to 100 numbered copies printed by Carolyn Hammer and W. Gay Reading at the Anvil Press in Victor Hammer's American and Andromaque uncial types. With a foreword by Desmond Flower and illustrations throughout by Fritz Kredel, Andromache is a very fine copy of a magnificent production.