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Letter #782

Ioannes CAMPENSIS (Jan van CAMPEN) to Ioannes DANTISCUS
Nuremberg, 1532-05-03

Manuscript sources:
1copy in Latin, 16th-century, GCO, Hs 38, f. 174r–175r

Early printed source materials:
1CAMPENSIS 1532 Antverpia (in extenso)
2CAMPENSIS 1532 Cracovia (in extenso)
3CAMPENSIS 1532 Norimberga (in extenso)
4CAMPENSIS 1533 p. A2r-A4v (in extenso)
5CAMPENSIS 1534 Enchiridion p. a2r-a4r (in extenso)
6CAMPENSIS 1536 Enchiridion p. a2r-a4r (in extenso)
7CAMPENSIS 1536 Psalmorum p. Ai-Aiv (in extenso)
8CAMPENSIS 1537 p. A2r-A4r (in extenso)
9CAMPENSIS 1540 Enchiridion p. a2r-a4r (in extenso)

1HIPLER 1891 No. 18, p. 494-498 (in extenso; German register)
2AT 14 No. 221, p. 346-349 (in extenso; Polish register)
3DE VOCHT 1961 p. 139-142 (in extenso)
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