En Novvm Testamentvm, ex Erasmi Roterodami recognitione, iam quartum damus studiose lector, adiecta uulgata translatione, quo protinus ipsis oculis conferre possis, quid conueniat quid dissideat. [...]
Signatures: A-D⁶, a-z⁶, A-Y⁶ Z⁴.
At head of title: Ioannes Frobenivs candido lectoris s. d.
Motto on t.p. in Greek and Latin.
Printer's device on t.p. and last page.
Woodcut initials, A2 recto within woodcut borders and a few pages have ornamental frames.
The 4th ed. translated by Erasmus, the 3rd is dated 1522.
"Basileae in aedibvs Io. Frobenii, M.D.XXVII. mense martio"--Colophon.
Darlow & Moule, 4603 (N.T. only, without annotations and notes)
Binding Digital image. Wellington, N.Z. : National Library of New Zealand, 2006
Parallel texts: Greek, Latin translation by Erasmus, Vulgate Latin.
Alexander Turnbull Library copy exhibited ; Howard q32 (292510) : Simple to Sumptuous: Bookbindings 1450 to the Present. 5 April - 19 July 2008
Binding: Early 16th century London brown calf over wooden boards, blind tooled, (roll: Oldham, J. Basil. English blind-stamped bindings, HE.h(1), with ornament C.(4)); spine with raised bands, rebacked; remains of brass clasps, and brass cornerpieces.
Provenance: Obliterated inscription on t.p., 16th century; some marginal annotations in 17th century hand; bequeathed to the Alexander Turnbull Library, by Sir Arthur Howard, 1973.
Digital image available: bookbinding, Alexander Turnbull Library Rare Book copy. Details available on request from Curator, Rare Books and Fine Printing.
Digital Collection 81268192800002836 Alma Collection
Other Titles: Bible. N.T. Greek & Latin. Erasmus. 1527.; En Novum Testamentum, ex Erasmi Roterodami
Publisher: Basileae : [Ioannes Frobenivs], Anno M.D.XXVII. 
Format: , 545,  p. (p.  is blank) ;34 cm. (fol.)See original record