University library, 18th-century

University library, 18th-century

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Caption: University library. 18th-century artwork of a university library in Germany. This engraving is from 'Corpus historiae Germanicae' (1730), a history of the Germanic lands written by German scholar and librarian Burkhard Gotthelf Struve (1671-1738). Struve worked at the University of Jena as a librarian, eventually becoming professor of history there.

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