268 van Ellemeet, Museum Catsianum 2nd. edition of 1887, andj. H. W. Unger, Bibliographie van Vondels werken of 1888. All these complaints, mutatis mutandis, apply to German Emblem Books, in addition to which it may be noted that in that book the 'real' collational formulae have been omit- ted totally. For both books it may be said that the sub-title A Bibliography ... is too pretentious. A Checklist... would have been a better suited term, even though there again it might be argued that locations or finding-places arc not always to be found. (trans. L.) R. BREUGELMANS Notes and news LEIDEN UNIVERSI'I'Y-400 YEARS The pages of Quaerendo are not the only place where attention is being paid to the fourth centenary of the University of Leiden. By the end of this year one or more aspects of Holland's oldest university's jubilee will have been discussed in each of some ten publications. Only a few of these, however, will be of any direct interest to the readers of Quaerendo. Perhaps the most important of these (certainly the fattest-some 45o pages) is the offi- cial commemorative album: Leiden University in the Seventeentll Century. An Exchange of Learning. Virtually every aspect
Quaerendo – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1975
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