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Ulrich Boner

Boner or Bonerius, Ulrich (ŏlˈrĭkh bōˈnər, bōnērˈēəs) [key], fl. 14th cent., Swiss fabulist, a Dominican monk. His Edelstein (c.1345), a collection of 100 moralizing beast fables, was one of the first German books to be printed (1461).

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