Witebergae, 1573. Johannes Lufft. (8) +311 pages. After the last page of the preface, a full-page, colored woodcut image.
Worn, pressed, contemporary, dated (1574) in pigskin binding. In the middle of the binding boards, in a rectangular frame with the picture of Károly V.
A stripe has been cut at the bottom of the title page, this does not affect the text, it has been restored with a contemporary page. The book is otherwise complete and restored.
The first work includes the Augsburg Confession of 1530, an attempt to eliminate the growing tensions between Catholics and Protestants, the Augsburg creed, the central document of the Lutherans, and Melanchthon’s apologist. Melanchthon himself, his friend and boyfriend, revealed the Christian doctrine. Luther's colleague Alberto Lyttichi Valle adapted it with the notes of the scientist Joaquín Camerarius).
- Number of Books
- Author/ Illustrator
- Augsburg Confession
- Book Title
- Confessio fidei exhibita invictiss. imper. Carolo V. caesari aug. in Comitiis Augustae. Anno 1530
- Publication year oldest item
- Original language
- Binding/ Material
- Number of pages
- 17×12 cm