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Virtual exhibitions Special Collections

15 May 2019

Six virtual exhibitions have gone live on the UB's Special Collections website. The exhibitions are the result of the annual international summer school Things that Matter. The exhibitions are curated by Bas Teunissen and Dániel Moerman as part of their Research Master Classical, Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

Works from the Special Collections displayed in the virtual exhibitions:

  • Witchcraft in Groningen? The Nauta Collection (1503-1801)
    by Jessie Pietens
  • The works of Abraham Munting (1626-1683)
  • Groningen City Map 1575
  • The ‘Luther-bible’ of Groningen (1527)
  • The First Collection
  • Four Groningen Manuscripts
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