Luther's 'Admonition to the Printers', Wittenberg (1525)

Source: Würtembergische Landesbibliothek Stuttgart, Theol.fol.1085, sheet 229 verso, Photographer: Finkbeiner

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Martin Luther's 'Admonition to the Printers' as the preface to his 'Interpretation of the Epistles and Gospels from Advent to Easter'

Full title original language:
Auslegung der Epi=||steln vnd Euangelien || vom Aduent an bis || auff Ostern.|| Anderweyt corrigirt || durch Martin || Luther.|| Daruber eyn newe || Register.||

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Author: Martin Luther

Publisher: Rhau-Grunenberg

Year: 1525

Location: Wittenberg

Language: German

Source: Würtembergische Landesbibliothek Stuttgart, Theol.fol.1085, sheet 229 verso, Photographer: Finkbeiner

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Bible, the
Reformation, the
authors' remuneration
divine law
editions, new
moral rights, attribution
moral rights, integrity
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public good
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