Part f. 51r - Inscription by Jacob Furman

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Crewe MS/20/f. 51r


Inscription by Jacob Furman


  • 20 June 1593 (Creation)

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‘Non potest malè mori, qui bene vixit: et vix bene moritur, qui malè vixit.’ (Augustine.) Dated ‘Dom. 1. post Trinit. 93.’ Probably written at Wittenberg. The writer’s title is ‘in Acad[emia] Witt[enbergensi] Pr[ofessor] P[ublicus].’

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Pasted into Crewe MS 20 (f. 51r).

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