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De generibus ebriosorum, et ebrietate vitanda : cui adiecimus De meretricum in suos amatores, & concubinarum in sacerdotes fide : quaestiones salibus & facetiis plenae, laxandi animi, iociq́; suscitandi causa, nuper editae.

Contributor(s): Wimpheling, Jakob, 1450-1528 | Hartlieb, Jakob, fl. 1493-1513.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Frankfurt am Main : David Zöpfel Erben], 1565Description: [240] p. ; 14 cm.Contained works: Hartlieb, Jakob, fl. 1493-1513. De fide meretricum, in suos amatores | Olearius, Paul, 16th cent. De fide concubinarum in sacerdotes.Subject(s): Sexual ethics -- History -- 16th century | Drinking customs -- History -- 16th century | Germany -- Social life and customs -- 16th century | Catholic Church -- Clergy -- History -- 16th century | Students -- Germany -- History -- 16th century | Europe -- Civilization -- 16th century | Civilization, Medieval | Early printed books -- 16th century In: Dvo volvmina Epistolarvm obscvrorvm virorvm, ad D.M. Ortuinum Gratiū, attico lepôre referta, denuò excusa & à mendis repurgata. Qvibvs ob stili & argumenti similitudinem adiecimus in calce Dialogum mirè festiuum, eruditis salibus refertum
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"De generibus ebriosorum" has been variously attributed to Jakob Wimpheling, Jakob Hartlieb and others.

"De fide meretricum, in suos amatores ... determinata à magistro Iacobo Hartlieb" and "De fide concubinarum in sacerdotes ... determinata à magistro Pavlo Oleario" have special t.p.'s.

Also includes, with special t.p.: Conciliabulum theologistarum adversus Germaniae & bonarum literarum studiosos ...

Imprint and pagniation inferred from: J. Benzing. Ulrich von Hutten und seine Drucker, 249.

Bound with: Duo volumina epistolarum obscurorum virorum. 1570.

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