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Fr[iderici] Achillis ducis Würtemberg consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae, habita Tubingae in illustri collegio

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Fr[iderici] Achillis ducis Würtemberg consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae, habita Tubingae in illustri collegio
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Fr[iderici] Achillis ducis Würtemberg consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae, habita Tubingae in illustri collegio
Title variation
  • Friderici Achillis ducis Würtemberg consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae, habita Tubingae in illustri collegio
  • Consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae
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Former owner
Subject
Language
lat
Cataloging source
EYM
Citation location within source
I:009511N
Citation source
Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des XVII. Jahrhunderts (VD 17)
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1591-1631
  • 1577-1657
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Friedrich Achilles
  • Lansius, Thomas
  • Shapiro, I. A
  • Universität Tübingen
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  • Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin
  • World history
  • Europe
  • Spain
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Fr[iderici] Achillis ducis Würtemberg consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae, habita Tubingae in illustri collegio
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Publication
Note
  • Roman numeral date of printing appears before name of printer on title page
  • Roman numeral date made with backwards C's
  • Dedication leaf, p. [1-2], 3rd count, signed: Thomas Lansius, JC. & professor in illustri collegio ordinarius
  • "Magnus, dux Würtembergiae, dixit pro Hispania", p. 183-220, mentions the conquest of the Americas, the silver mines in Potosi, and Jesuit expeditions to Japan
  • Signatures: pi1 (pi1 verso blank) )(4 ()(4 verso blank) 2)(4 A-4Z4 5A6 (-5A6)
  • Fully engraved title page by Lucan Kilian; tail pieces; initials
Contents
(From preface on p. [15-17], 1st count) Fridericus Achilles, dux Würtembergiae, retulit de nationum & provinciarum Europae inter ipsas principatu atque praerogativa-- Franciscus Carolus, dux Saxoniae, habuit orationem pro Germania -- Ioachimus Ernestus, dux Slesvici-Holsatiae, orationem habuit pro Gallia -- Magnus, dux Würtembergiae, dixit pro Hispania -- Rudolfus Maximilianus, dux Saxoniae, dixit contra Galliam -- Georgius Fridericus, Limpurgi baro, dixit contra Hispaniam -- Georgius, baro de Stubenberg, dixit pro Hispania -- Henricus Albertus, Limpurgi baro, dixit pro Hungaria -- Paulus, baro de Eubiswald, dixit pro Britannia -- Wolfgangus, baro de Stubenberg, dixit pro Britannia -- Daniel Wensis, dixit contra Britanniam -- Ernestus Schafelizki, dixit contra Hungariam -- Maximilianus de Mosch, dixit pro Polonia -- Acacius Axelius de Göxholm, dixit contra Poloniam -- Laurentius Wensios, dixit pro Italia -- Georgius Kölderer, dixit contra Italiam -- Ioannes VVilhelmus de Retwiz, dixit contra Germaniam -- Nicolaus Buwinckhausen de Walmerod, superioribus orationibus quoddam admiscuit temperamentem, & sententiam dixit pro Germania -- Fridericus de Plienengen. VVilhelmus de Panowitz. Ioachimus de Jarheim. Ioan. Christoph. de Welwardt. censuerunt pro Germania -- Fridericus Achilles, dux Würtembergiae, consultationi finem imposuit
Extent
1 online resource ([18], 744, [2] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy bound in modern black bookcloth.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy acquired with the assistance of the Sophia Augusta Brown Fund.
  • Provenance of the John Carter Brown Library copy: pax ordinis amoris: armorial bookplate on verso of front flyleaf; I.A. Shapiro: ms. autograph on recto of front flyleaf.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Fr[iderici] Achillis ducis Würtemberg consultatio de principatu inter provincias Europae, habita Tubingae in illustri collegio
Link
Publication
Note
  • Roman numeral date of printing appears before name of printer on title page
  • Roman numeral date made with backwards C's
  • Dedication leaf, p. [1-2], 3rd count, signed: Thomas Lansius, JC. & professor in illustri collegio ordinarius
  • "Magnus, dux Würtembergiae, dixit pro Hispania", p. 183-220, mentions the conquest of the Americas, the silver mines in Potosi, and Jesuit expeditions to Japan
  • Signatures: pi1 (pi1 verso blank) )(4 ()(4 verso blank) 2)(4 A-4Z4 5A6 (-5A6)
  • Fully engraved title page by Lucan Kilian; tail pieces; initials
Contents
(From preface on p. [15-17], 1st count) Fridericus Achilles, dux Würtembergiae, retulit de nationum & provinciarum Europae inter ipsas principatu atque praerogativa-- Franciscus Carolus, dux Saxoniae, habuit orationem pro Germania -- Ioachimus Ernestus, dux Slesvici-Holsatiae, orationem habuit pro Gallia -- Magnus, dux Würtembergiae, dixit pro Hispania -- Rudolfus Maximilianus, dux Saxoniae, dixit contra Galliam -- Georgius Fridericus, Limpurgi baro, dixit contra Hispaniam -- Georgius, baro de Stubenberg, dixit pro Hispania -- Henricus Albertus, Limpurgi baro, dixit pro Hungaria -- Paulus, baro de Eubiswald, dixit pro Britannia -- Wolfgangus, baro de Stubenberg, dixit pro Britannia -- Daniel Wensis, dixit contra Britanniam -- Ernestus Schafelizki, dixit contra Hungariam -- Maximilianus de Mosch, dixit pro Polonia -- Acacius Axelius de Göxholm, dixit contra Poloniam -- Laurentius Wensios, dixit pro Italia -- Georgius Kölderer, dixit contra Italiam -- Ioannes VVilhelmus de Retwiz, dixit contra Germaniam -- Nicolaus Buwinckhausen de Walmerod, superioribus orationibus quoddam admiscuit temperamentem, & sententiam dixit pro Germania -- Fridericus de Plienengen. VVilhelmus de Panowitz. Ioachimus de Jarheim. Ioan. Christoph. de Welwardt. censuerunt pro Germania -- Fridericus Achilles, dux Würtembergiae, consultationi finem imposuit
Extent
1 online resource ([18], 744, [2] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy bound in modern black bookcloth.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy acquired with the assistance of the Sophia Augusta Brown Fund.
  • Provenance of the John Carter Brown Library copy: pax ordinis amoris: armorial bookplate on verso of front flyleaf; I.A. Shapiro: ms. autograph on recto of front flyleaf.
Specific material designation
remote

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