The Luther Bible
Martin Luther's complete Bible, first printed in 1534, was not only a milestone for the printing press, but a momentous event in history. Luther's translation from Hebrew and Greek into German made the Bible increasingly accessible to German-speaking laypeople. This meticulous two-volume reprint includes both the Old and New Testament of Luther's landmark publication. Based on a precious copy of the original, and printed in color, it reveals the multilayered splendor of the book, showcasing the meticulous script, elaborate initials and exquisite color woodcuts from the workshop of Lucas Cranach. Stephan Füssel, director of the Institute for Book Sciences at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, adds his expertise to the publication with detailed descriptions of the illustrations, as well as an introduction exploring Luther's life and the significance of his Bible.
You should receive this Bible within 5 to 7 days after your order is placed. If you need it sooner, select expedited shipping at checkout.
You may return the Bible in new condition within 30 days of the order date for a full refund (less shipping costs).
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