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IiiirV. Cf. excerpts in Carl Binz, Doctor Johann Weyer, ein rheinischer Arzt, der erste Bekämpfer des Hexenwahns (Bonn: Marcus, 1885) 126-127. IC "An den Christlichen Leser. / Es haben von der Zäuberey / Ir viel geschrieben mancherley / Doch ist keiner vnder allen / Der mir so wol hett gefallen: / Als dieser Virich Molitor, / Von Costnitz, der Rechten Doctor. / Welcher in ein kleines Buchlein, / Den gantzen Span gefasset fein. / Doch alles in Latein gestellt / Wie es den Gelehrten gefeilt. / Dieweil aber nicht jederman / Das Latein wol verstehen kan: / Hab ich der Sachen nachgedacht / Vnd sein Büchlein zu Teutsch gemacht.
Vol. 5: cols. 1662-1663. Brought to you by | Cambridge University Library Authenticated Download Date | 10/30/16 12:25 PM 27 Patiens undoubtedly played a role in persuading Ludwig to consider the crucial function of the printing press in promoting his aims. The vision of an exclusively Lutheran Palatinate was controversial, and there was a need to win over many who were resisting the changes. A Lutheran press could obviously play a major role in such an effort. Patiens, who now became responsible for the spiritual welfare of the entire Palatinate, clearly recognized that Spies was the right man to take on the task of establishing the press in Heidelberg.
Frischlin and Spies were clearly expecting to sell many copies. Records of the Austrian State Archives still preserve requests for privilege as well as letters granting them. In 1584, Spies had obtained privilege to print commentaries intended for students of law; the book itself rightfully bears "CUM GRATIA ET PRIVILEGIO CAES. 35 During the early months of 1587 we find Nikodemus Frischlin in Prague, where he obtained a number of privileges from the imperial court. 37 In speculating about the person who might have helped to establish the contact between Frischlin and Spies, Friedrich Zarncke names authors whose work Spies also undertook to print around this time: Aegidius Hunnius and Nicolaus Reusner, both prolific writers who published books with Spies.
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