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Buonaventura Genelli's Umrisse zu Dante's Göttliche Komödie / unter Leitung des Künstlers gestochen von H. Schütz. Neue Ausg., mit erläuterndem Text in deutscher, italienischer und französischer Sprache herausgegeben von M. Jordan.
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Buonaventura Genelli's Umrisse zu Dante's Göttliche Komödie / unter Leitung des Künstlers gestochen von H. Schütz. Neue Ausg., mit erläuterndem Text in deutscher, italienischer und französischer Sprache herausgegeben von M. Jordan., result 1 of 1

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Culture
German
Title
Buonaventura Genelli's Umrisse zu Dante's Göttliche Komödie / unter Leitung des Künstlers gestochen von H. Schütz. Neue Ausg., mit erläuterndem Text in deutscher, italienischer und französischer Sprache herausgegeben von M. Jordan.
Work Type
engravings (prints)
Date
1867
Repository
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library: Fiske Dante Collection
ID Number
DCI_0923
Source
Divine Comedy Image Archive
Publication Place
Leipzig, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
Printer/Publisher
Alphons Dürr
Classification
Prints
Canticle
Inferno
Canto
5
Canticle Image
3
Canto Image
1
Volume Image
3
Call Number
PQ4329.G32+++ 1867
Voyager ID
1724989
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The content in the Divine Comedy Image Archive (DCIA) is believed to be in the public domain by virtue of the content’s publication date, and is presented by Cornell University Library under the Guidelines for Using Text, Images, Audio, and Video from Cornell University Library Collections [http://hdl.handle.net/1813.001/CULCopyright]. This collection was digitized by Cornell University Library from 2010-2012 from print materials held in the Fiske Dante Collection in the Rare and Manuscript Collections, with funding from a Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences Grant to Karen E. Pinkus, Marilyn Migiel, and William J. Kennedy, as well as support from the Leading Edge Initiatives Fund of the Herman Goldman Foundation. For more information about these volumes, please contact Patrick Stevens, Curator of the Fiske Collections, or the Rare and Manuscript Collections at rareref@cornell.edu. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item.
The content in the Divine Comedy Image Archive (DCIA) is believed to be in the public domain by virtue of the content’s publication date, and is presented by Cornell University Library under the Guidelines for Using Text, Images, Audio, and Video from Cornell University Library Collections [http://hdl.handle.net/1813.001/CULCopyright]. This collection was digitized by Cornell University Library from 2010-2012 from print materials held in the Fiske Dante Collection in the Rare and Manuscript Collections, with funding from a Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences Grant to Karen E. Pinkus, Marilyn Migiel, and William J. Kennedy, as well as support from the Leading Edge Initiatives Fund of the Herman Goldman Foundation. For more information about these volumes, please contact Patrick Stevens, Curator of the Fiske Collections, or the Rare and Manuscript Collections at rareref@cornell.edu. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item.
The content in the Divine Comedy Image Archive (DCIA) is believed to be in the public domain by virtue of the content’s publication date, and is presented by Cornell University Library under the Guidelines for Using Text, Images, Audio, and Video from Cornell University Library Collections [http://hdl.handle.net/1813.001/CULCopyright]. This collection was digitized by Cornell University Library from 2010-2012 from print materials held in the Fiske Dante Collection in the Rare and Manuscript Collections, with funding from a Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences Grant to Karen E. Pinkus, Marilyn Migiel, and William J. Kennedy, as well as support from the Leading Edge Initiatives Fund of the Herman Goldman Foundation. For more information about these volumes, please contact Patrick Stevens, Curator of the Fiske Collections, or the Rare and Manuscript Collections at rareref@cornell.edu. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item.
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