The most illustrated incunabula in the world, with 1.821 engravings. With its 645 wooden carvings (xylographs) which represent 596 portraits of Popes, Emperors, Kings and famous men.
The majority of the engravings cover the 620 pages in folio size, representing the "chronicle of the world" from creation to the end of the XV century.
This superb incunabula is illustrated with numerous panoramic views of cities and biblical scenes. Perhaps drawn by Dürer, related to Koberger.
We have 1 facsimile edition of the manuscript "Liber Chronicarum": Liber Chronicarum facsimile edition, published by Vicent Garcia Editores, 1994