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By Fudge, J.D.

ISBN-10: 9004156623

ISBN-13: 9789004156623

Concentrating on print tradition and hyperlinks among propagandists, typographers, and northerly Europe's service provider milieu, this e-book investigates dispersal and suppression of non secular innovation within the 152s and expands the interpretative scope for Reformation reports past nationwide, political, or non secular contexts.

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Commerce, books, and decrees 37 Hans Weinreich printed in Danzig until 1524, when he relocated to Königsberg in what was about to become Ducal Prussia. His departure apparently left the eastern Baltic’s largest town, Danzig, without a commercial printing house in the later 1520s. Königsberg had a paper mill, so Weinreich was not burdened with the costs of importing paper. For two decades he faced no competition. 52 As elsewhere, the Buchhändler did much of the distributing. Some of them may have been quite closely associated with bookbinding.

It had been reissued in 1501 for the benefit of the archbishops of Cologne, Mainz, Trier, and Magdeburg, prompting complaints from Cologne’s booksellers. More recently, in the wake of the Reuchlin controversy in 1515, Leo X had proclaimed the sweeping Inter solicitudines, which not only prohibited vernacular transcriptions from Latin but also Latin translations from Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic. It also took aim at libellous pamphlet literature. 56 Yet however seriously individual prelates may have taken this mandate, its overall effectiveness ultimately required at least some cooperation from secular jurisdictions, especially the magistracies of the free towns where printing presses were located.

However, restrictions promulgated by one archdiocesan authority did not necessarily apply to all. 55 Pope Innocent VIII had done his part to suppress subversive literature with an edict calling for printers to submit texts for examination and empowering episcopal authorities to destroy any they deemed heretical. It had been reissued in 1501 for the benefit of the archbishops of Cologne, Mainz, Trier, and Magdeburg, prompting complaints from Cologne’s booksellers. More recently, in the wake of the Reuchlin controversy in 1515, Leo X had proclaimed the sweeping Inter solicitudines, which not only prohibited vernacular transcriptions from Latin but also Latin translations from Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic.

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