The book, entitled “Vocabularius incipiens teutonicum ante latinum,” was published by Johann Gruninger in 1495. It is considered one of the best-known examples of a German to Latin dictionary.
David Vancil, curator emeritus of the Cordell Collection, expressed that “Vocabularius” was an important book at the time it was published. It set precedents for organization and language. It is also a wonderful example of 15th century book-making, with hand-numbered pages, few blemishes and still having its original binding.
Source: WISH TV