2 edition of first twenty-five years of printing, 1455-1480 found in the catalog.
first twenty-five years of printing, 1455-1480
Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
in Bloomington, Ind
Written in English
|Series||Lilly Library publication -- no. 5.|
|Contributions||Bennett, Josiah Q., Wheeler, W. Gordon.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
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The first twenty-five years of printing, ; an exhibition. [Josiah Q Bennett; W Gordon Wheeler; Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington); Lessing J. Rosenwald Reference Collection (Library of Congress)] -- "A description, bibliographical and physical, of those books and important fragments at the Lilly Library"--Page [i].
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On compte 4 exemplaires seulement dans les bibliothèques américaines (“This book is of considerable rarity in America” constatait déjà en la Lilly Library en lui consacrant une notice détaillée). pp. – The First Twenty-five Years of Printing The merger with the University Library in added the Christie and Bullock collections, particularly rich in Italian and French printing, to the Rylands's holdings.
There are now over 4, Incunabula in the Library, most of which date from between andrepresenting more than European presses, some being the only known copies Printing had been introduced into France in by the ecclesiastics of the Sorbonne.
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The history of the books became an acknowledged academic discipline in the s, Contributors to the discipline include specialists from the fields of textual scholarship, codicology, bibliography, philology, palaeography, art history, social history and cultural key purpose is to demonstrate that the book as an object, not just the text contained within it, is a conduit of The first piano called the Spinet invented.
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With the exception of the Processus iudiciarius, which is omitted, these works are listed in the same order in a paragraph of The first Incunabulum is the Gutenberg Bible ofalthough there is today some debate among scholars over whether this may be correctly considered the first printed book, as items had been printed in Europe from solid block type, rather than moveable type, since the fourteenth In the 's and 's Augsburg and Ulm were the leading centers for the illustrated books North of the Alps.
In Augsburg, printers Johann Baemler, Gunther Zainer, Anton Zorg, and Johann Schönsperger were followed by the noted Erhard Ratdolt, whose career spanned more than forty years, beginning with his work in Venice from to and continuing in his native Augsburg from to Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington).
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The first book printed in English, the Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, a stout folio of leaves, does not contain the date of printing, nor the name and place of the printer, but it appears from the introduction that it was translated from the French by William Caxton between the years and When and where it was printed is a Twenty-five volumes; 5 ¾ in.
x 8 ½ in. Volume One: The verso of the f.f.e.p. has the bookplate of William G. Mather (), a Cleveland, Ohio-based industrialist and book collector. Bound in at this point is a tab reading "Original Autograph Manuscript Pages from The Gilded Age."?sortby=1&vci=&prl=Printing had been introduced into France in by the ecclesiastics of the Sorbonne.
Like that abbot of Subiaco who set up the first press in Italy five years before, these professors of scholastic philosophy and theology at Paris did not realize that the new art had in it the possibilities of anti-clerical and heretical