File:Jeremias-de-Decker-Jacob-Aertsz-Colom-J-de-Deckers-Gedichten MGG 0576.tif

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English: Ecce homo ("behold the man".)
Nederlands: Zie de mens. "Ecce homo". "8". "77".
Date
Source Jeremias de Decker (1609-1666); Jacob Aertsz. Colom (1599-1673): J. de Deckers Gedichten / versamelt en uytgegeven door J.K. Gedichten Baptistes of Dooper. Treurspel Goede Vrijdag, of 't Lijden Christi Publisher: 't Amsterdam : gedruckt by Jacob Colom. Printer: Colom, Jacob Aertsz (I), Amsterdam, 1623-1669. Annotation: various paginations. J.K. is Jacob Colom. Includes: Baptistes of Dooper. Treurspel [getrocken uyt de Latijnsche vaersen van G. Buchanan]; Goede Vrijdag, of 't Lijden Christi ; Verscheyde Wercken ; 732 Punt-dichten bestaende in twee boecken
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creator QS:P170,Q206173
KMandere (ligature), inv. (design). Zacharias Dolendo ("Za Do Scul"), engraving.
creator QS:P170,Q1347434
DGheijn (ligature), print
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