Andreas Cratander

''Printer's Device for Andreas Cratander'', designed by [[Hans Holbein the Younger Andreas Cratander (born Andreas Hartmann in Strasbourg, ca. 1490; died 1540) was a Swiss printer, publisher, and book seller. Based in Basel, his workshop is estimated to have published at least 150 individual works between 1518 and 1535, predominantly Latin and Greek classics in their original languages. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Simon Fidati
Published 1517
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by Alexander Aphrodisiensis
Published 1520
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by Cyrillus Alexandrinus 380-444
Published 1528
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by Salamonius, Marius
Published 1530
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Sonderkatalog Opera poetica Basiliensia
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Sonderkatalog Opera poetica Basiliensia
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