The undecorated title-page states that this volume is illustrated by woodcuts after drawings by both men  — “illustrirt mit holzschnitten nach zeichnungen” — but it is not clear either that Neureuther did the wood engraving or what drawings he did. I have assigned plates to him that do not seem typical of those by Schnorr for Carolsfeld. — George P. Landow

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