|Publication history of L'Europe Vivante by Samuel Chappuzeau|
|1666 Geneva edition, (?Jean Herman Widerhold)||This was the first edition, and was published before October 1666, when copies were presented to members of the council in Geneva.|
|1667 Paris edition (Du Bray)||
This was just a copy or reprint of the first edition, with a different title page
Samuel's name has been removed from the dedication.
The date on the frontispiece has been altered by hand from M.DC.LXVI (1666) to M.DC.LXVII. (1667).
This is the edition which has been scanned, and the change can easily be seen.
|1667 Geneva edition, (Jean Herman Widerhold)||
This seems to have been an updated version, with recent events such as the Great Fire of London added.
It is quoted by Joan Crow, probably from a copy at the Bodleian library, and is certainly not the same as either of the earlier editions.
It seems to have been dedicated to Charles II (need to check this)
|1671 2nd edition, Geneva (Widerhold) and Paris (Du Bray)||This was an edition with updates and corrections by the author.|
|1675 German translation||Published in Frankfurt as the first volume of "Jetzleblenden Europa" (3 vols)|
Updated 20th December 2007