Ars moriendi that is to saye the craft for to deye for the helthe of mannes sowle by Edward Williams Byron Nicholson

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Published by Bernard Quaritch in London (England) .

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Other titlesBodleian facsimile reprints. 1.
Statementissued, with an introductory note, by Edward W.B. Nicholson
GenreFacsimiles.
SeriesBibliographical tracts -- v. 2, no. 5
ContributionsCaxton, William, ca. 1422-1491, Worde, Wynkyn de, d. 1534?
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p., 8 leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL24156420M
OCLC/WorldCa7785336

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An instructional manual, the Ars Moriendi was accompanied by woodcut illustrations such as this image showing Inspiration against text and images of the Ars Moriendi focus on the last rites of a dying Christian as practiced by the medieval main theme is the conflict between virtue and vice experienced by the individual on his deathbed.

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