Letter Concerning the Danish Bible, Nyborg (1552)

Source: Danske Kancelli: Tegnelser ove alle Lande nr. II - XI (1545-1571) B31C: IV 1552 – 1556. Location: The Danish National Archives.

Letter Concerning the Danish Bible, Nyborg (1552), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Letter concerning the Danish Bible.

Full title original language:
Breffue som W[e]dgich om then danske bibell.

Royal ban on the sale of books in the Danish Bible, as well as other Danish and German books, unless examined by professors at the University of Copenhagen or the diocesan bishop.

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1552: Letter Concerning the Danish Bible

Author: Christian IV of Denmark

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Year: 1552

Location: Nyborg

Language: Danish

Source: Danske Kancelli: Tegnelser ove alle Lande nr. II - XI (1545-1571) B31C: IV 1552 – 1556. Location: The Danish National Archives.

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