By Malcolm Walsby, Graeme Kemp (editors)
Books published within the 15th century were the topic of a lot in-depth learn. against this, the start of the 16th century has no longer attracted an identical scholarly curiosity. This quantity brings jointly stories that constitution the improvement of printing and bookselling all through Europe in the course of the 16th and 17th centuries. It offers new study and research at the impression of the Reformation, on how texts have been transmitted and at the advanced relationships that affected the creation and sale of books. the result's a wide-ranging reappraisal of a necessary interval within the heritage of the published book.Contributors contain Zsuzsa Barbarics-Hermanik, J??rgen Beyer, Amy Nelson Burnett, Neil Harris, Brenda M. Hosington, Johannes Hund, Henning P. J??rgens, Justyna Kiliaczyk-Ziba, Hans-J?¶rg K??nast, Urs Bernhard Leu, Matthew McLean, Andrew Pettegree, David Shaw, Christoph Volkmar, Hanno Wijsman and Alexander Wilkinson.
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II. Produzione e consumo (Torino, 1983), pp. 555–686. 9 â•‡The reverend Clayton Mordaunt Cracherode (1730–1799) left his collection mainly of choice incunabula, Aldines and early sixteenth-century classical texts, in all some 4,500 volumes, to the library of the British Museum. The considerable library of George III (1738–1820), some 65,000 volumes and 19,000 pamphlets, which included the famous collection of the British consul at Venice, Joseph Smith (1682–1770), was offered as a gift to the nation by George IV in 1823, in exchange for a generous allowance from Parliament, and is similar to the Cracherode in being rich in early printed books and other items of bibliophile interest.
On the contrary, opposition to the promulgation of the evangelical doctrines emerged very early, and was doggedly pursued by orthodox theologians of the University of Louvain, one of the first institutions in Europe to condemn Luther’s teaching. Conservative theologians found an important ally in the Emperor, Charles V, who regarded Flanders and Brabant as the emotional core of his expansive territories. Charles was determined that Luther’s teachings would not be allowed the degree of freedom they enjoyed in the Empire.
Exile and the Development of Reformed Protestantism (Oxford, 1992). 22 andrew pettegree the challenge of contemporary events while making the most of the opportunities of a rapidly developing marketplace. It would be valuable therefore to step back from our close attention to religious controversy to offer a more rounded picture of the Netherlandish print industry in the last decade of the period under consideration, the 1530s. 41 These were printed under the aegis of printers and booksellers in some eighteen different locations, north and south.