Press print Gutenberg-Museum, Schedel’s Liber chronicarum, Noah’s ark

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Shipbuilding in the 15th century


Schedel divided his Liber chronicarum or chronicle of the world into seven chapters or "world ages" according to the story of the Creation. The second world age begins with the building of Noah's Arch.

This page is available as a hand proof printed on handmade linen paper. Illumination in tempera and watercolour.

Format: 45 x 33 cm
Also available in a simple airtight and dustproof gold frame (format 57 x 44 cm)

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