Ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti [Moretus]
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Delineatio historica Fratrum Minorum provinciae Germaniae inferioris a Geusiis in odium fidei crudeliter occisorum. Historische af-beeldinghe der minder-broeders vande Neder-landtsche provincie, die om 't gheloof wreedelijck vande Geusen ghedoodt zijn

Ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti [Moretus]

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    [8] + [XX] + [3] pp., with engraved title vignette (depicting Franciscus of Assisi receiving the Stigmata) and one full-page coat-of-arms ("Per virtutis in honoris") and engraved printer's device on last leave and 20 engravings in text some of which by A. Pauli [= Pauwels] and most probbaly some by A.v.Diepenvelle (the first one depicting "Rex martyrum Christus", the 19 others depicting each of the martyrs meeting their death), leaves printed on recto side only, bilingual: text in Latin and Dutch in parallel columns, some occasional staining in margin of text, 19th century hardcover binding (marbled boards, spine in leather with gilt title and decorations, corners bit bumped), marbled endpapers, with ex-libris "J.W.L.Smit" and ex-dono ex-libris tipped in on endpapers, good condition, rare, [contains biographical sketches of Franciscan martyrs in the Netherlands during the 16th century wars of independence against Spain. Deals with the martyrs P.F. Johannes Amicus, the six martyrs of Alkmaar, Engelbertus Terburghis, the 19 martyrs of Gorcum, Reynerus a Lintris (Roermond), Johannes Mahusius (Oudenaarde), Guilelmus Goudanus, Johannes Cuyper (Diest), Arnoldus Knapper Donaet (Amersfoort), Adrianus Beverloo, Nicolaus Delfius, Johannes Schuermans (Peer), Johannes van Amsterdam, Johannes Gray, Johannes Puteanus, Martinus Suetens, Albertus van Leiden, Thomas van Beringen & Joachim van Delft. ], H96548
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