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Creator:
Furttenbach, Joseph, 1591-1667.
Title(s):

Architectura navalis, das ist, Von dem Schiffgebäw, auf dem Meer vnd Seekusten zugebrauchen : vnd nemblich, in was Form vnd Gestallt : fürs Erste, ein Galea ... zum Andern, ein Nave ... nach Verständlicher, gewisser Regul, vnd vnfehlbarer beständiger Ordnung sollen erbawen werden : allen, auf dem Meerpracticirten Liebhabern, wie auch den Bawmeistern, und Mahlern zu wolgefallen, vnd sonderbahren Nutzbarkeiten ... / durch Josephum Furttenbach.

Additional Title(s):

Von dem Schiffgebäw, auf dem Meer vnd Seekusten zugebrauchen

Von dem Schiffgebäw, auf dem Meer und Seekusten zugebrauchen

Published/Created:
Getruckt in Heiligen Römischen Reichs Statt Vlm : Durch Jonam Saurn ... , anno MDCXXIX [1629]
Physical Description:
[22], 134 p., 20 leaves of double plates : ill. ; 30 cm. (fol.)
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
VM142 .F87 1629+ Oversize
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Rare Books and Manuscripts
NA2515 .F8 1628+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Public Domain
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Added engraved title page printed as double plate: Architectura navalis. Von dem schiffgebaw: in zwey theilen.
Part 2 contains "Beschreibung der grossen meerschlacht" (Battle of Lepanto, 1571)
Signatures: [pi]² (-[pi2]) ):(⁴ 2):(⁴ A-D⁴ E² F-Q⁴ R⁶ [$3 signed (+R4)]
Berlin. Ornamentstichsammlung, 1445
BAC: British Art Center VM142 .F87 1629+ copy bound in contemporary (?) vellum.
BAC: British Art Center NA2515 .F8 1628+ copy is bound with three other titles by Furttenbach: Architectura civilis, 1628 -- Architectura martialis, 1630 -- Halinitro-pyrobolia, [1627]. The volume bound in contemporary blind-stamped pig skin. The title page of Architectura civilis has autograph of "Jacobus Fischerus" and ink stamp of "[illegible] Gimbel, Baden-Baden."
Subject Terms:
Architecture -- Early works to 1800.
Fischer, Jacob -- Autograph.
Gimbel -- Stamp.
Lepanto, Battle of, Greece, 1571 -- Early works to 1800.
Military architecture -- Early works to 1800.
Naval architecture -- Early works to 1800.
Naval tactics -- Early works to 1800.
Ordnance -- Early works to 1800.
Shipbuilding -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Engravings -- 1629.
Woodcuts -- 1629.
Contributors:
Saur, Jonas, 1591-approximately 1633, printer.
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