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Chronicon Prussiae [...] K-92

Author: De Dusburg Petri - 1326

Title: Chronicon Prussiae, in quo Ordinis Teutonici origo, nec non res ab ejusdem Ordinis magistris in Prussia gestae exponuntur, cum incerti auctoris continuatione. Acc. praeter notas in Dusburgensem privilegia quaedam Prussis concessa, item Dissertationes XIX, antiquitates Prussicas complexa, auctore et collectore C. Hartknoch. 

Title in English: Prussian Chronicle, Which Presents the Origin of the Teutonic Order and Lists the Deeds of the Masters of the Order in Prussia, with an Extension by an Unknown Author. With the Addition of Privileges Given to the Prussians Excluding the Notes to the Duisburger, and 19 Deliberations, Summary of Prussian History, of the Author and Collector C. Hartknoch. 

Jena, J. Nis für M. Hallervord, 1679.

Format: 2 Tle. in 1 Band. 4°. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 1 gefalt. Kupferkarte u. 6 gefalt. Kupfertaf. 11 Bll., 484 S., 17 Bll. (1 w.), 456 S., 24 Bll. (l.w.) Pergament d. Zt. ADB V, 492; Wermke 792. - Erste Ausgabe.

Binding: contemporary binding.

A book on Teutonic Knights history and Old Prussians in Prussia.

The Prussian Chronicle is a history of the wars fought by the Teutonic Order (1190–1330). It is the oldest surviving chronicle of the Order, written in Königsberg by the Teutonic Order Chronicler and Chaplain Peter von Dusburg († after 1326). The book discusses the foundation of the Teutonic Order, its settlement in Prussia, and gives a detailed account of its conquest of Prussia and wars with Lithuania. It also describes the everyday life, culture, and customs of Prussians, Sudovians, and Lithuanians. The chronicle was first published by the historian of Prussia and Lithuania Minor Christoph Hartknoch (1644–1687) in 1679. At the end of the book, he added his own work Selected Historical Discussions… (Selectae dissertationes historicae...). The book includes a short text in Lithuanian - the prayer Our Father (Tėve mūsų).

Map of Prussia (Drawn by Caspar Hennenberger).This is a copy of the Minor Map of Prussia by Caspar Hennenberger, which first appeared in Kurtze und wahrhaftige Beschreibung des Landes zu Preussen (A True and Realistic Description of the Land of Prussia) by Caspar Hennenberger, published in Königsberg in 1584. The map shows the Prussian lands before they were conquered by the Teutonic Order and neighbouring countries in the 18th century. Klaipėda is marked with the Lithuanian name Cleypeda rather than the German Memel because the author thought it to be the older form.

Reference: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 313, 315.

Published: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 312-317.

Exhibitions: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books", September 3, 2018 – October 21, 2018.

Photographs: 

2nd, 3rd: The coats of arms of the Grand Masters of the Teutonic Order. 

2nd, 4th: Map of Prussia. Drawn by Caspar Hennenberger. This is a copy of the Minor Map of Prussia by Caspar Hennenberger, which first appeared in Kurtze und wahrhaftige Beschreibung des Landes zu Preussen (A True and Realistic Description of the Land of Prussia) by Caspar Hennenberger, published in Königsberg in 1584. The map shows the Prussian lands before they were conquered by the Teutonic Order and neighbouring countries in the 18th century. Klaipėda is marked with the Lithuanian name Cleypeda rather than the German Memel because the author thought it to be the older form. 

5th: Coins of the Teutonic Order, the Duchy of Prussia, the cities of Elbing and Gdansk, and Bohemia.