volume 37, issue 2, P147-161 2007
DOI: 10.1163/157006907x174238
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Abstract: Th e three copies of the Delft Bible of  at the Universiteitsbibliotheek in Ghent share leaves removed from an imperfect copy with contemporary annotations by Cornelius Aernoldszoon. In , Albert Derolez compiled a census of these dispersed leaves, locating all but  of the original  leaves from volume two. Recently,  of the missing Aernoldszoon leaves were discovered in a 'made-up' copy of the Delft Bible at Bridwell Library, Dallas, along with additional leaves taken from the other two copies a…

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