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Clerical Inventories In Trondheim 1732–1743

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First half of this chapter examines the book collections registered in the period 1732-1735 (Harboe, Lund and Sommerfeld), and the second half describes the book collections registered in the period 1736-1743 (L. Holst, Ravensdorf, Dreier and C. Holst). The chapter analyses theological literature belonging to Magdalena Harboe (ca 150 volumes), Peder Lund (ca 500 volumes) and Sommerfeld (ca 300 volumes) . Although there are certain similarities between the collections in question, particularly in terms of the German and English works listed, various distinctions can also be made between them. Four book collections are registered in Trondheim clerical probate records for the period 1736-1743, and these belonged to Lorens Holst (ca 200 volumes), Hans Ravensdorf (ca 150 volumes), Erik Dreier (ca 90 volumes) and Catharina Holst (ca 470 volumes).

Keywords: Catharina Holst; Christian Sommerfeld; Magdalena Harboe; Peder Lund; Trondheim



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