Privilege of the Imperial Senate for Works of Conrad Celtis, Nuremberg (1502)

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Privilege of the Imperial Senate for Works of Conrad Celtis, Nuremberg (1502), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Title, Dedications and Colophon with Reference to a Privilege of the Imperial Senate in Favour of the Sodalitas Celitica for an Edition of Works of Conrad Celtis

Full title original language:
Quatuor libri amorum secundum quatuor latera Germanie

Abstract:
This document is related to d_1501

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Related documents in this database:
1501: Imperial Senate privilege to the Sodalitas Celtica

Author: Celtis, Conrad

Publisher: Sodalitas celtica

Year: 1502

Location: Nuremberg

Language: Latin

Source: Image pages translated: 14

Persons referred to:
Celtis, Conrad
Maximilian I

Places referred to:
Vienna

Cases referred to:
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Institutions referred to:
Imperial Senate
Sodalitas Celtica

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Keywords:
books, protected subject matter
humanism
patronage
privileges
privileges, German Imperial
scholarly writing

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