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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CONRADI CELTIS PROTVCII
PRIMI INTER GERMANIS IM=
PERATORIIS MANIBUS POE=
TE LAVREATI QUATU=
OR LIBRI AMORUM
SECUNDUM QUA=
TUOR LATERA
GERMANIE FELICI=
TER INCIPI=
VNT

Quatuor vrbes tetragonales Germaniae ad quatur latera
eius: eiusdem ferme Longitudinis & Latitudinis

RATISPONA
DANVBIS
MERIDIES
IVVENTVS

CROCA
VISTVLA
ORIENS
ADOLESCENCIA

BOEMIA
ALBIS FLU=
uius in
media
Germania

MOGVNCIA
RHENVS
OCCASVS
SENECTUS

LVBECUM
SINVSCODANUS
NOX
MORS

Qum tot iain nutriat tellus Germana Poetas
      Audent qui cunctis spatgere metra plagis
Cur ego ter quintum tacui qui celtis in annum
      Non aus im nostros ecterein orbe libros


    

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