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The Luther Bible Of 1534

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The Luther Bible Of 1534

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Biblia Das Ist Die Gantze Heilige Schrifft Deutsch

Author : Martin Luther
ISBN : IND:30000093023640
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Lutherbibel 1534

Author : Martin Luther
ISBN : 1683071506
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A book that everyone will love to look at! A facsimilie edition of the 1534 Luther Bible is a bibliophile edition of lasting value and dreams. It documents the first complete edition of the Bible in Martin Luther's translation, included the prefaces to the books of the Bible and marginal notes. The special attraction of this facsimilie is in the colored manual intials and woodcuts from the workshop of Lucas Cranach, the designs of which Luther himself participated in. Included in the volume is a detailed cultural and historical introduction which gives access to backgrounds, principles, and the historical impact of ths historical translation. The quality furnishings and the outstanding introduction make this work an aesthetic and cultural pleasure. The facsimilie is of the hand-colored copy of the Duchess Anna Amalia Library in Weimar. The 1534 at a glance: *Bible text in the original version of the powerful Martin Luther translation *128 colored woodcuts from the studio of Lucas Cranach *Colored initials *Supplement for historical and cultural introduction

The Translated Bible 1534 1934

Author : National Lutheran Council
ISBN : UCAL:$B247056
Genre : Bible
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The Bible In Pictures

Author : Stephan Füssel
ISBN : 3836518147
Genre : Bibles
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Reproducing all 117 images contained in Martin Luther's politically-charged Bible, this work also provides a scholarly overview of Luther's life, the historic context and cultural significance of his Bible, and detailed descriptions of the illustrations and their iconography.

The Bible In A Thousand Tongues

Author : National Lutheran Council
ISBN : UCAL:$B247067
Genre : Bible
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Deuterocanonical Additions Of The Old Testament Books

Author : Géza G. Xeravits
ISBN : 9783110240528
Genre : Religion
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The volume publishes papers presented at the International Conference on the Deuterocanonical Books (Papa, Hungary). This conference dealt with the deuterocanonical additionsof theOld Testament books. As such, this was one of the most extended discussions of these writings that has ever taken place at a scholarly meeting. The volume contains articles on the traditions and theology of the additions, and demonstrates their relationship with the contemporary literature of early Judaism."

The End Of Fortuna And The Rise Of Modernity

Author : Arndt Brendecke
ISBN : 9783110455045
Genre : History
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The late 16th century and the first half of the 17th century saw a final resurgence of the concept of Fortuna. Shortly thereafter, this goddess of chance and luck, who had survived for millennia, rapidly lost her cultural and intellectual relevance. This volume explores the late heyday and subsequent erasure of Fortuna. It examines vernacular traditions and confessional differences, analyses how the iconography and semantics of Fortuna motifs transformed, and traces the rise of complementary concepts such as those of probability, risk, fate and contingency. Thus, a multidisciplinary team of contributors sheds light on the surprising ways in which the end of Fortuna intersected with the rise of modernity.

German

Author : Ruth Sanders
ISBN : 0199750653
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Thousands of years ago, seafront clans in Denmark began speaking the earliest form of Germanic language--the first of six "signal events" that Ruth Sanders highlights in this marvelous history of the German language. Blending linguistic, anthropological, and historical research, Sanders presents a brilliant biography of the language as it evolved across the millennia. She sheds light on the influence of such events as the bloody three-day Battle of Kalkriese, which permanently halted the incursion of both the Romans and the Latin language into northern Europe, and the publication of Martin Luther's German Bible translation, a "People's" Bible which in effect forged from a dozen spoken dialects a single German language. The narrative ranges through the turbulent Middle Ages, the spread of the printing press, the formation of the nineteenth-century German Empire which united the German-speaking territories north of the Alps, and Germany's twentieth-century military and cultural horrors. The book also covers topics such as the Gothic language (now extinct), the vast expansion of Germanic tribes during the Roman era, the role of the Vikings in spreading the Norse language, the branching off of Yiddish, the lasting impact of the Thirty Years War on the German psyche, the revolution of 1848, and much more. Ranging from prehistoric times to modern, post-war Germany, this engaging volume offers a fascinating account of the evolution of a major European language as well as a unique look at the history of the German people. It will appeal to everyone interested in German language, culture, or history.

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