Beta version July 2023 - More information: Brill.comThe Plantin Press Online aims to provide in-depth bibliographical descriptions of all editions printed and published by Christopher Plantin (c. 1520–1589) in Antwerp and by his officina in Leiden until his death on 1 July 1589. It includes references to his typographical material, his correspondence, and the Plantin archive in Antwerp, as well as links to digital reproductions. Based on the printed edition compiled by Leon Voet in collaboration with Jenny Voet-Grisolle (Amsterdam, 1980–1983), this open-access research tool incorporates the latest bibliographical findings as well as corrections to the print edition. The dataset is continuously updated and complemented by specialists at the Museum Plantin-Moretus in Antwerp. We are embedding citizen science, which means we invite users to provide any additional information that would improve this bibliography.
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Observationum et curationum medicinalium de febribus ephemeris et continuis libri duo. Antwerp, 1584
30 October 1571, Brussels: BYDEN CONINCK ‖ ; s. D’Ouerloepe (addressed to the governor of Antwerp: interdiction to wear arms in the streets of the city)
15 October 1574 [var. b]: s. H. de Moy (strangers to the city are to be closely controlled; no trade or craft may be exercised behind closed doors)
21 October 1574 [var. b]: s. H. de Moy (two decrees on the same sheet, the first of 20 February 1573, the second of 21 October 1574: the names of the strangers lodged in the city are to be declared to the authorities)
October 1579 (the collector of the tax of the 100th penny on houses orders the recalcitrants to pay)
21 October 1580: , s. G. Kieffel (information asked about a conspiracy against the Prince of Orange)
27 October 1581, Ghent: Placcaet der generale Staten vande gheunifieerde Nederlanden Aengaende de Navigatie oft Schipvaert op Engelandt, s. Van Asseliers (on the navigation on England)
10 October 1582, Antwerp: , s. I. Van Asseliers (recruiting of auxiliary soldiers for the artillery of the Duke)