LUTHER@LEUVEN, the exhibition that was held 2017 in the Maurits Sabbe Library of the KU Leuven, is now digitally accessible.
The exhibition is dealing with the following themes:
- Luther’s mystical writings
- Luther’s treatises against indulgences (1517)
- Acta Academiae contra Lutherum (1520)
- Louvain’s reply (1521)
- Luther’s refutation of the Argument of Latomus (1521)
- Loci Communes Philipp Melanchthon (1521/1535)
- Adrian VI ‘confession’ (1522)
- Tapper’s 32 Articles of Faith (1544)
- Index of Louvain (1546)
- Luther Bible
- Liesvelt Bible (1542)
- Five treatises by Martin Luther (1520-25)
- Erasmus and Luther on the free and un-free will (1524-25)
- Luther and controversialist theology in Germany (1524-)
- Handbook of Commonplaces, by Johann Eck (1539?)
- Serious disputation by Johannes Cochlaeus (1530)
- Johannes Cochlaeus’ seven-headed Luther (1564)
and also offers a gallery containing images of all objects in the exhibition.
Go here to visit the exhibition.