RI OPAC: Die Literaturdatenbank zum Mittelalter - Über 2,8 Millionen verzeichnete Werke

Inhalt

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Introduction
Wagner, Bettina. • S. 1-8

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Copy-specifics in the Printing Shop
Needham, Paul. • S. 9-20

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The Gutenberg Bibles that Survive as Binder's Waste
White, Eric Marshall. • S. 21-38

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The First Experiments in Book Decoration at the Fust-Schöffer Press
Ikeda, Mayumi. • S. 39-50

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Information from Illumination: Three Case Studies of Incunabula in the 1470s
Armstrong, Lilian. • S. 51-64

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Producing, Buying and Decorating Books in the Age of Gutenberg. The Role of Monasteries in Central Europe
Beier, Christine. • S. 65-82

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Colour Plates • S. 83-134

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Pomponio Leto's Unpublished Commentary on Sallust: Five Witnesses (and more)
Osmond, Patricia J.. • S. 135-150

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Leonardo da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa' in a Marginal Note in a Cicero Incunable
Schlechter, Armin. • S. 151-176

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Links between a Fifteenth-century Printer and a Binder
Bolton, Claire. • S. 177-190

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The German Database of Historical Bookbindings (EBDB): Aims and Perspectives of a Cooperative Research Tool
Marburger, Ulrike. • S. 191-204

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Bookbindings on Incunabula in American Library Collections: a Working Census
Husby, Scott. • S. 205-218

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The Venetian Booktrade: a Methodological Approach to and First Results of Book-based Historical Research
Dondi, Cristina F.. • S. 219-228

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Private Libraries in Sixteenth-century Italy
Nuovo, Angela. • S. 229-240

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Quatre siècles d 'histoire de la bibliotheque Vettori: entre veneration et valorisation
Mouren, Raphaële. • S. 241-268

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The 'Biography of Copies': Provenance Description in Online Catalogues
Scheibe, Michaela. • S. 269-280

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Creating a Better Past: Collectors of Incunabula in the Late Eighteenth Century
Jensen, Kristian. • S. 281-290

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Deconstruction and Reconstruction: Detecting and Interpreting Sophisticated Copies
Ford, Margaret Lane. • S. 291-306

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The Idea(l) of the Ideal Copy: Some Thoughts on Books with Multiple Identities
Undorf, Wolfgang. • S. 307-320

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The Importance of the Copy Census as a Methodology in Book History
Pearson, David. • S. 321-330