Privilege of the Bishop of Strasbourg, Strasbourg (1511)

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Privilege of the Bishop of Strasbourg, Strasbourg (1511), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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[Last page with references to the printer Prüß (Bryse),
to the Bishop Wilhelm III of Hornstein (Guilhelmi)
and his official Jakob Han]


Ex comissione reuerendissimi in christo
Guilhelmi argentinens. episcopus breuiarium hoc inpri=
mis ab egregio doctot Jacobus Han in spirituali-
bus (dum vixit) vicario promaiori parte castigatum:
De hinc per subtilissimum calchographie artificem
Johannes Bryse (qui sua industria rem literariam pluri-
mum adaurit) paucis demptis quaternionibus trans-
scriptum quod defuncto sue etatis anno
Nouemb, Anno vero domini 1510 tande successores sui
consummauerunt: prima die Martij Anno domini 1511


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