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Otto AICHER Theatrum funebre, exhibens per varias scenas epitaphia nova, antiqua, seria, jocosa, aevo, ordine, dignitate, genere, sexu, fortunâ, ingenio, adeò & stylo perquàm varia, cum summorum pontificum, imperatum, et regum galliae, succincta chronologia, eorumque symbolis ac apitaphis

Otto AICHER

Theatrum funebre, exhibens per varias scenas epitaphia nova, antiqua, seria, jocosa, aevo, ordine, dignitate, genere, sexu, fortunâ, ingenio, adeò & stylo perquàm varia, cum summorum pontificum, imperatum, et regum galliae, succincta chronologia, eorumque symbolis ac apitaphis

sumpt & typis Joannis Baptistae Mayr, Salisburgi (Salzbourg) 1673, in 4 (19,8x15,5cm), (8) 216 pp, 186 pp., deux parties en un volume relié.


First Edition. Rare. A copy of the BN France and Bristol in England, another in catalogs del Germany from the west. A second edition will be launched in 1675 with two new parties. 2 beautiful frontispieces Full Vellum later. As part of the twentieth and black endpapers also. Lace worm on the first 2 pages and last 5. Scattered spots. Otto Aicher (1628-1705), Benedictine and professor, was an Austrian playwright, professor of rhetoric and a grammarian, but also a historian, he brings together in this book epitaphs of all time, including Roman emperors and kings, the whole forming a scene of death as epitaphs are like voices from beyond the grave, the epitaph is the latest sign that the dead leave to posterity. Very interesting to measure the ratio for death in the story. Brunet I, 118. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

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