incunabular


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Florence produced what is widely acclaimed as the greatest of the incunabular literary editiones principes, that of Homer.
Antoninus's manual for confession was one of the two most frequently published guides in Europe in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, running through well over one hundred incunabular editions in Latin, Spanish, and Italian.
The detection of spurious texts - a central topic in Monfasani's own criticism - is the subject of two essays: one tracing the fortune of pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite in the quattrocento, and another on incunabular pseudepigrapha exposed by the Bergamasque humanist, Giovanni Calfurnio (d.
This historical wellspring--a pastiche of architectural responses to the problematic of governing, scientific discourses regarding health and hygiene, and incunabular market-based models of food service--manifests in at least two ways in the modern school.