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TitleAlbum amicorum Jacobi Montani Antverpiani,Translate
TypeManuscriptTranslate
Imprint[Switzerland],Translate
Year1598-1599.Translate
Size150 x 100 mm Translate
AnnotationAdded: postcard by O.V. (Otto Viktor) Henkel (1916-1996) to A. (Abraham) Hulshof (1877-1955), director of Utrecht University Library, dated Jan, 7, 1942. Autograph book of Jacobus Montanus from Antwerp, student of theology in Franeker (1593) and Leiden (1584-1598). In April 1598 he made a journey to Frankfurt am Main, Heidelberg, Basel, and Zürich, spent the summer of 1598 in Orléans and stayed in Geneva until August 1599. His autograph album contains approximately 90 contributions, among them of scholars from Leiden e.g. Josephus Scaliger, Bonaventura Vulcanius, Paulus Merula and Franciscus Junius, prominent Calvinists in the Netherlands, e.g. Franciscus Gomarus, Jacobus Arminius and Petrus Plancius, also known as a cartographer, and in Switzerland e.g. Theodorus Beza and Isaac Casaubonus. Cite as: Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht Hs 8 L 17. Purchase; Henkel, O.V.; 1942 Contributions in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, Italian or Dutch. Late 16th century leather binding with gold tooling. On front : I.M. (=Jacobus Montanus) A. Hulshof, "Een album amicorum uit de 16e eeuw en een albumblad van Marnix voor de Utrechtsche Universiteitsbibliotheek verworven", in: Utrechtsche parelen, Utrecht, 1944. 235-240 Translate
LocationUniversiteitsbibliotheek UtrechtTranslate
Call numberHSS: Hs 8 L 17Translate