Early Printed Books from the Museum of West Bohemia in Pilsen

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Three early printed books from the collections of the Museum of West Bohemia in Pilsen were digitised in 2019. The earliest of them is a collection of works on law printed by Jean Barbier in Paris in 1506 (shelf mark 503 B 004); the others include an edition of the apologetic work Graecarum affectionum curatio by Theodoret of Cyrus, published by Hieronymus Commelinus in Heidelberg in 1592 (shelf mark 503 E 003), and an edition of the complete works of Seneca, prepared by Joost Lips (Justus Lipsius) and printed by Jan Moretus in Antwerp in 1605 (shelf mark 505 A 005).


List of documents

L. ANNAEI SENECAE PHILOSOPHI OPERA, QVAE EXSTANT OMNIA505 A 005; Západočeské muzeum v Plzni; Plzeň; Česko

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