31 monographs by (and about) Philipp Melanchthon. The collection focuses on three types of literature in Melanchthon's corpus. First, it includes works not contained in the more recent collections of Melanchthon's works (i.e., the Corpus Reformatorum, the Supplementa Melanchthoniana, and the Melanchthon Studienausgabe). Second, it preserves important earlier editions of works that have been unavailable in modern sources, especially the ones that differ from later editions. Third, it contains a copy of the four-volume Opera omnia that indicates the materials available immediately after Melanchthon's death and that gives access to the only all-inclusive index of his more well-known theological works.
99 titles. Sources on the development of the Reformation in Heidelberg in the 16th century. Includes works by Thomas Erastus, Pierre Boquin, Caspar Olevian, Zacharias Ursinus, Girolamo Zanchi and Immanuel Tremellius. The collection also contains documentation on the Heidelberg Lord's Supper controversy.