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Septimii Florentis Tertuliani (Basel: Froben, 1521), which did not include De Baptismo.
Carey Lewis, who runs the hardwood business Froben at Trelewis near Merthyr Tydfil, admits that the business attitude to the single currency in Wales is mixed.
So also did the Catholic prince Froben Ferdinand Furst zu Furst enberg, [19] to whom Zinzendorf dedicated his "Christian-Catholic Song and Prayer Book" in 1727.
This latter area would become a specialty in Basel, where it would be very important for Amerbach and for Froben and the Erasmian circle, in the years that followed Aldus's death.
Charles Jacob Brim, Medicine in the Bible (New York: Froben Press, 1936), p.
Table 19: Leading Mouthwash Brands Sold through Pharmacies in Italy (2000): Tantum Verde, Dentosan, Froben, Goccemed lodosan, Oraseptic, Corsodyl, Plak Out, and Antoral Gala (In %) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-20
Although Erasmus had given Aldus permission to print his Novum Instrumentum, the Venetian printer died in 1515 and Johannes Froben in Basel offered to print it instead, thereupon becoming Erasmus's principal printer for all subsequent works, including his monumental projects on the Church fathers.
Count Froben Christoph von Zimmern was a deeply cynical man who feared that the sexual transgressions of his family members, and their ensuing illegitimate children, posed the greatest threat to the future of his lineage.
In the 1515 Froben edition of the Adagia he writes: "But it is exceedingly strange that this community of possessions advocated by Plato should so displease Christians that they attack it with stones, since nothing ever said by a pagan philosopher is more similar to the judgment of Christ.
Alexandre Vanautgaerden provides an overview of the Latin literary output of John Froben, the printer who published so many works of Erasmus.