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Theatrum Europaeum was a journal on the history of the German-speaking lands by Matthäus Merian, published between 1633 and 1738 in 21 quarto volumes.

Edition overview

[1] period covered Author edition
I. II. III. IV. V. VI.
1. 1618–1629 Joh. Phil. Abelin 1635 1643 1662 (2) later than 1662
2. 1629–1633 Joh. Phil. Abelin und Joh. Flittner 1633 1637 1646 1679 later than 1679 (later than 1679)
3. 1633–1638 Hch. Oraeus[2] 1639 1644 1670 later than 1670 later than 1670
4. 1638–1643 I.P.A.[3] V.M. 1643 later than 1643 1648 (2) 1692
5. 1643–1647 Joh. Peter Lotichius 1647 1651 1707
6. 1647–1651 Joh. Georg Schleder 1652 1663 later than 1663
7. 1651–1658 Joh. Georg Schleder 1663 1685 later than 1685
8. 1658–1660 Martin Meyer 1667 1693
9. 1661–1665 Martin Meyer 1672 1699 (2)
10. 1666–1671 Martin Meyer und Wolfg. Jacob Geiger 1677 1703
11. 1672–1679 (anonymous) 1682 ca. 1707
12. 1679–1687 (anonymous) 1691 later than 1691
13. 1687–1691 (anonymous) 1698
14. 1691–1695 (anonymous) 1702
15. 1696–1700 (anonymous) 1707 (2)(3)
16. 1701–1703 Daniel Schneider (published anonymously) 1708 1717 later than 1717
17. 1704–1706 Daniel Schneider 1718 (2)(3) 1720
18. 1707–1709 Daniel Schneider 1720 (2)(3)
19. 1710–1712 Daniel Schneider 1723 later than 1723
20. 1713–1715 Daniel Schneider 1734
21. 1716–1718 Daniel Schneider and Gabriel Schweder 1738

References

  1. ^ Wüthrich. Theatrum Europaeum. p. 120.
  2. ^ Not Abelin, as said in the title. Abelin died in September 1634.
  3. ^ one has to assume Heinrich Oraeus von Assenheim as author.
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