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Bulla decimi Leonis, contra errores Martini Lutheri, & sequacium

Catholic Church (Author), Leo (Author), Ulrich von Hutten (Editor, Writer of added commentary), Johann Schott (Printer)
First printing of the first edition of Hutten's edition of the papal bull Exsurge Domine, which condemns as heretical 41 statements by Martin Luther and offers Luther 60 days to recant. Hutten issued the bull with the papal coat of arms on the title page, and offers his own glosses, introduction, and call to Leo to keep his bulls to himself, and not to bother the German Protestants any longer
Print Book, Latin, 1520
[Johann Schott], [Strassburg], 1520
Papal documents
42 unnumbered pages ; 20 cm (4to)
Signatures: a-d⁴ e⁶( -e6)
Imprint from VD 16
Continuation of title page transcription: "Astitit Bulla à dextris eius, in vestitu deaurato, circum amicta varietatibus; Vide lector, operęprecium est. Adficieris. Cognosces qualis pastor sit Leo." Words surround Papal coat of arms (white on black)
Preface headed: Vlricus de Hutten Eques Germanis omnibus salutem
Edited by Ulrich von Hutten
Printed at Strasbourg, by Johann Schott, before November 8, 1520 and after June 15, 1520 (the date the bull was issued). Cf. Josef Benzing. Ulrich von Hutten und seine Drucker, Wiesbaden, 1956, no. 222