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Author: Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551.
Title: A treatise declaryng [and] shewig dyuers causes take[n] out of the holy scriptur[es] of the sente[n]ces of holy faders [and] of the decrees of deuout emperours, that pyctures [and] other ymages which were wont to be worshypped, ar i[n] no wise to be suffred in the temples or churches of Christen men. By the whiche treatise the reder that is indifferent, shall se and perceyue, how good and godly a dede it was of the senatoures of Arge[n]tine, that of late daies they caused all the ymages with their auters to be cleane take[n] out of their churches. The authours of this litle treatise ar the ope[n] preachers of Argte[n]yne.
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Print source: A treatise declaryng [and] shewig dyuers causes take[n] out of the holy scriptur[es] of the sente[n]ces of holy faders [and] of the decrees of deuout emperours, that pyctures [and] other ymages which were wont to be worshypped, ar i[n] no wise to be suffred in the temples or churches of Christen men. By the whiche treatise the reder that is indifferent, shall se and perceyue, how good and godly a dede it was of the senatoures of Arge[n]tine, that of late daies they caused all the ymages with their auters to be cleane take[n] out of their churches. The authours of this litle treatise ar the ope[n] preachers of Argte[n]yne.
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551., Bedrotus, Jacobus, d. 1541., Marshall, William, fl. 1535.

[London: T. Godfray for W. Marshall, 1535?]
Alternate titles: Einigerlei Bild. English
Subject terms:
Iconoclasm -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13932.0001.001

Contents
title page
The preface.
¶ That images nor pictures whi¦che haue ben wonte to be worship¦ped ar nat to be suffred in the chur¦ches of Christen men.
¶ The translatoure of this lytell treatyse oute of Latyne into En∣glysshe to the indyfferent reder.
colophon