Martin Luther’s Bible, first printed in 1534, was not only a milestone in publishing but also a seismic moment in world history, democratizing Christianity like never before, and providing printed reference for a whole new branch of faith: Protestantism. This splendid facsimile reveals the multilayered beauty of this UNESCO world heritage masterpiece, showcasing its exquisite script and woodcuts and ornaments from the workshop of Lucas Cranach.
“A splendid, two-volume colour facsimile, with an excellent scholarly commentary.”
— Times Literary Supplement, London
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