The seventeenth-century Antwerp book collector Peeter Oris: new discoveries and new questions

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Abstract

The Antwerp art dealer Peeter Oris (c. 1582-c. 1647) owned at least eight medieval manuscripts and nine or ten printed books, including five, possibly seven incunabula. They were probably all Dutch books-with perhaps one exception. The fact that these manuscripts and printed books come from Oris's collection is almost always to be seen in ownership and other annotations in his own hand. One

The seventeenth-century Antwerp book collector Peeter Oris: new discoveries and new questions

in Quaerendo

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