The Power of the Stars

The Power of the Stars – Imago – UniversitĂ€tsbibliothek (Heidelberg, Germany)

Germany — Ca. 1491

Answers to life's small and big questions: a medieval guide in German with golden pictures

The Power of the Stars

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The Power of the Stars

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Alternative Titles
Die Macht der Gestirne
Size / Format
50 pages / 34.5 × 26.0 cm
Ca. 1491
72 miniatures
Artist / School
Previous Owners
Pope Gregory XV (1554–1623)
Biblioteca Palatina (Heidelberg, Germany)

Available facsimile editions:
The Power of the Stars – Imago – UniversitĂ€tsbibliothek (Heidelberg, Germany)
Imago – Rimini, 2020
Limited Edition: 999 copies
Facsimile Editions

#1 Die Macht der Gestirne

Imago – Rimini, 2020

Publisher: Imago – Rimini, 2020
Limited Edition: 999 copies
Binding: Black grained leather with gold embossing
Commentary: 1 volume
Language: German
Reproduction of the entire original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
Facsimile Copy Available!
Price Category: €€€
(3,000€ - 7,000€)
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