Imperial Senate privilege to the Sodalitas Celtica, Nuremberg (1501)

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Imperial Senate privilege to the Sodalitas Celtica, Nuremberg (1501), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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[Historia Ottonum: final page of text]


Here end the works of the illustrious nun Hroswitha,
who was born in Saxony. Printed in Nuremberg with
a privilege awarded to the Celtis Academy by the Imperial Senate.
Anno domini 1501



[Historia Ottonum: last page of text]


Finis operum Hrosuithae clarissimae virginis
& monialis. Germanicae gente Saxonica ortae
Impressum Norunbergae sub Priuilegio So-
dalitas Celticae a Senatu Rhomani Imperii
impetratae. Anno christi Quingentesimo pri-
mo supra Millesimum:


A est quinternus b c d e f g h i k omnes qterni:


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