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Writings of Martin Luther

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Prepare your visit Ticketing Future event Ville de Genève, Musées d'art et d'histoire Crédits photographiques : © Musée d'art et d'histoire, Ville de Genève, photographe : Yves Siza Auteurs : Ferdinand Hodler (Berne, 14.03.1853 — Genève, 19.05.1918) Titre : L'Unanimité Datations : 1912/1913 Matières et techniques : Huile sur toile mise au carreau; Peinture Dimensions : haut.: 52.5 cm; larg.: 163 cm; Haut 52.5, larg 163 cm N° d’inventaire : 1939-0044

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The MIR has in its collection this interesting work, the first part of an edition in eight volumes of the complete works of Martin Luther (1483-1546), published in 1560 by the printer Donat Richtzenhain († 1606) in Jena in Germany.

This volume includes the books and writings that the Reformer published between 1517 and 1522. The copy which can be admired at the MIR contains several handwritten annotations. On the title page in red and black ink, an engraving shows Frederick the Wise (1463-1525), Prince-Elector of Saxony and protector of Luther, as well as the latter, kneeling on each side of the crucified Christ.


Writings of Martin Luther


This page is taken from the writings of Martin Luther published in 1560 by the printer Donat Richtzenhain in Jena, Germany.

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