Manuscripts from Denmark > Manuscript, 1589, of a poem by Jacob Jacobsen Wolf in honour of the marriage of James VI and Anne of Denmark; with a printed work, 'Cenotaphium illustrissimo principi ac Domino Friderico II' (Rostochij, S. Myliander, 1588)

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Manuscript, 1589, of a poem by Jacob Jacobsen Wolf in honour of the marriage of James VI and Anne of Denmark; with a printed work, 'Cenotaphium illustrissimo principi ac Domino Friderico II' (Rostochij, S. Myliander, 1588)
DescriptionThe manuscript, probably written in Denmark, is a complete copy of Jacob Jacobsen Wolf's wedding poem to King James VI and Princess Anne of Denmark. It has been suggested that this manuscript is Wolf's original version of the Latin text and is written in his hand, in a humanistic script. The verses are written across the spread of two pages, from the verso of one leaf to the recto of the next. The manuscript was written in 1589, probably in late November to mid-December.
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