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Cryptographie militaire

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Gaspar Schott, Schola steganographica, 1665
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Main author: Schott, Gaspar, 1608-1666

Uniform title: Schola steganographica

Title: Gasparis Schotti ... Schola steganographica: in classes octo distributa, quibus ... explicantur artificia nova queis quilibet scribendo epistolam qualibet de re ... potest alteri absenti ... arcanum animi sui conceptum ... manifestare & scriptam ab aliis ... intelligere & interpretari ... Cum figuris æri incisis et Privilegio

Published: [Herbipoli] : Sumptibus Johannis Andreae Endteri & Wolfgangi Junioris Hæred. Excudebat Jobus Hertz Typographus Herbipol. Prostant Norimbergæ apud dictos Endteros, 1680.

Description: [38], 346, [4] p., [9] leaves of plates (partly folded) : ill. ; 20 cm. (4to).

Notes: T.p. in red and black. With an added t.p. engraved dated 1665, and with a plate of the coat of arms of Ferdinandus Maximilianus on verso of t.p.
With a two-page catalogue of works of Schott.
With an index.
Binding: full calf.
Bound with: Gasparis Schotti ... Technica curiosa ... [Herbipoli], 1687. Provenance: from the Whipple Collection (book-plate); ms. inscription on inside cover: ‘H. L. N. April 13th 1876’.

The copy of Schola Steganographica held in the Whipple Science Museum, Cambridge, is bound with Technica curiosa, 1687, from the same author.

P. Gasparis Schotti, Regiscuriani e societate... Technica curiosa sive mirabilia artis ...
Courtesy: Whipple Library, Cambridge

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