Magdeburg: Michaelem Lottherum, 1549. Vellum. Very good. Sm. 8vo. ff.(20) with the final blank leaf. BOUND WITH: Flacius, Matthias, Illyricus. APOLOGIA MATTHIAE FLACII ILLYRICI AD SCHOLAM VITEBERGENSEM IN ADIAPHORORUM CAUSA. Eadem Materia ad Philip. Melantho. Item Quaedam Alia Eiusdem Generis... (Magdeburg: Michaelem Lottherum). 1549. ff.(48). First 3 leaves with minor worming at top fore-corner (no text loss). Both vols. bound together in 19th century vellum, printed title on spine. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown. Ownership signatures on preliminary blanks. Second work with some pencil underlining. Matthias Flacius (1520-1575) was a Lutheran reformer and controversialist scholar from Istria (present day Croatia). He was well known for his editorial work on the ecclesiastical history known as the "Magdeburg Centuries." I. First edition. BMC German STC p. 305. II. First edition. BMC German STC p. 305. (Inventory #: 9436)
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