Mindæ ære Pileriano, 1690. Disbound. Very Good binding. Item #5357
Small quarto. , 46 pp. First Edition. Bound into modern plain wrappers. Appears to be an inquiry into wars, modern and historical, with information on the contemporary, Nine-Years War including the Seige of Bonn and an abundance of praise for Frederick III, Elector of Brandenburg. Additional chapters on historical conflicts with citations from Herodotus, Thucydides, Pliny, and others. Text in Latin, with some Greek and Fraktur. Uncommon. Grubel was a academic perhaps most known for his contributions to Lutheran writing in post-Reformation era Germany. Grubel was responsible for editing later editions of Georg Dedeken's Lutheran compendium, "Thesauri Consiliorum Et Decisionum" (1623). Benjamin T. G. Mayes, "Counsel and Conscience: Lutheran Casuistry and Moral Reasoning After the Reformation" (2011).