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On Martinus Crusius’s collection of Greek vernacular and religious books*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 January 2016

Ulrich Moennig*
Affiliation:
University of Hamburg

Extract

The importance of Martinus Crusius’s collection of Greek chapbooks for our knowledge of 16th century vernacular Greek literature can hardly be over-emphasised. Most copies of his collection are either extremely rare or even unique. Valuable and often unique is also the information about the texts and their authors, which Crusius collected and published in his Turcograecia (Basel 1584) or elsewhere.

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