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T.S.J.G. Bögels

Basson takes a prominent place among the publishers and booksellers who served the Leiden academic institutions. Contains a full bibliography of publications (187 entries).


Karin Tilmans

Biography of Cornelius Aurelius (c. 1460-1531), the praeceptor Erasmi, and analysis of his chief historical work, the so-called Divisiekroniek.


Julie L. McGee

The book presents the first discussion of all the known prints executed after Cornelis' designs and considers the following topics in relationship to the prints: the engravers and publishers, the print market, the Latinists who provided the text for the prints and the Latin verses themselves.

The Globes of Hondius

A Most Important Pair of Globes Showing the Results of the Earliest Dutch Exploration Voyages to the East Indies

Peter C.J. van der Krogt


Richard L. DeMolen

As headmaster of two of London's well-known grammar schools, Mulcaster earned a national reputation in education.

John Landwehr

At the height of its power and influence in the seventeenth and eighteenth century the VOC – acronym for the United Netherland East India Company – was the greatest commercial concern in the world. The scope of its activities extended from the Cape of Good Hope to Japan. In some aspects, the Baltic trade and the North Sea fisheries were of more fundamental relevance for the economy of the Lowlands. But it was the more spectacular East Indian trade which aroused the admiration and the envy of foreigners, sometimes to the point of war. In this bibliography several topics are covered. Not only technical matters such as the legal status of the VOC, its management, directors and shareholders, but also subjects as voyages, battles, ship building, navigation, geography, natural history, ethnography, mission work, ministration, and many others.
With 1674 entries, fully described and fully indexed.

Christ, Plato, Hermes Trismegistus: The Dawn of Printing (2 Vols.)

Catalogue of the Incunabula in the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica

Margaret L. (Lane) Ford

More than 190 bibiographical entries. Full descriptions, explanatory notes, references, etc. Index and concordances.

Hebrew Incunabula in Public Collections

A First International Census


A.K. Offenberg

Describes 139 incunabula from c. 40 presses of which some 2.000 copies are recorded in 153 collections. Preceded by an extensive Introduction. Fully indexed; concordances.


Koos Daley

The author delineates Donne's immediate sociocultural and literary heritage, with special emphasis on those poems Huygens translated.