Basel: Henricum Petrum, 1530.
First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Item #046397
Full contemporary rolled pigskin over wooden boards, much worn and discolored, lacking clasps, but catches are intact and binding quite sound overall, 1615 inscription to pastedown. Title page of In Acta Apostolica (bound first) excised on the lower right corner, old notes to title and scattered, neat, notes and annotations in early or contemporary hands throughout all three works, heavily in In Acta, more scattered in the other two. Occasional mostly marginal damp staining, foxing, marginal browning and age toning, final title page (Paulus Cortesius) darkened and last few pages stained and worn at edges , but generally clean and bright overall.
In Acta Apostolica: Haguenau, Petri Brubacchi, 1535. , 421 (i.e. 241) leaves, lacking the final blank; (Dictionarium Trilingue) 238,  pp.; Paulus Cortesius In Sententias: Basel, Froben, 1513. , 52 leaves.
The rare first edition of Munster's three language dictionary (Adams M1927). Munster had published his Dictionarium Hebraicum in 1523 to much acclaim, but it was with his three language dictionary that his more humanistic leanings were fulfilled - the homo trilinguis being a sort of renaissance ideal of the educated man. Bound with Paulus Cortesius In Sententias (just 14 copies in WorldCat) published by Froben in 1513, and Brenz's In Acta Apostolica with manuscript annotation throughout. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046397.