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Signatures: A6

Woodcut of Emser's coat of arms on title page, initials throughout; last page blank

Kuczyński, 672.

BM STC, 267.

Pegg (Pamphlets), 1202.

VD 16, E 1116.

Proctor, 11377.

Panzer, VII, 212, no. 727.

4/1/1985 136489 Gift?

Comment by Seminary L.

Two years after Martin Luther published the 95 Theses, a public debate was held in Leipzig between Johann Eck and Andreas Karlstadt. It lasted two months, June to July 1519. Martin Luther joined the debate in July 1519 at the invitation of Eck.

This is an account of the Leipzig Disputation between Eck, Karlstadt, and Luther written by Hieronymus Emser, a German theologian who believed in a more practical reformation of clergy. Emser’s strong critiques of Luther in the time following the Leipzig Disputation make him one of Luther’s most notable adversaries.

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