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Laurentius fuerat usus, prodisse in lucem certum est Alexandri Galli doctrinale, quae Grammatica celeberrimo tunc in usu erat, cum Petri Hispani tractatibus …’ 29 The work of recent decades has developed insights which may help to reconcile these traditionally opposed beliefs about the origin of printing

In: Incunabula in Transit

Laurentius fuerat usus, prodisse in lucem certum est Alexandri Galli doctrinale, quae Grammatica celeberrimo tunc in usu erat, cum Petri Hispani tractatibus …’ 29 The work of recent decades has developed insights which may help to reconcile these traditionally opposed beliefs about the origin of printing

In: Incunabula in Transit

balance of probabilities favours supporting Husung’s belief that the two snippets are part of a planning exercise – or as he put it, ‘a survey, or reconnaissance into materials that to some extent do not belong together as subject matter’. 61 However, this notion is challenged by the surviving leaves of

In: Incunabula in Transit

balance of probabilities favours supporting Husung’s belief that the two snippets are part of a planning exercise – or as he put it, ‘a survey, or reconnaissance into materials that to some extent do not belong together as subject matter’. 61 However, this notion is challenged by the surviving leaves of

In: Incunabula in Transit

particular interest: indeed, it is reasonable to suppose that wonders such as §12 and §13 (both particoloured part-humans) are different versions of the same creature, with the second brought in at some stage in the belief that it was a related, rather than practically identical, wonder. 64 What should be

In: Communal Creativity in the Making of the 'Beowulf' Manuscript

– unfortunately based on the premise that BnF ms. fr. 5524 is its only source and, moreover, in the mistaken belief that this part of the volume as now bound was compiled by Jean Grolier and Jean Lhuillier. In fact, Grolier and Lhuillier were the compilers of the first section of the codex with the title

In: Incunabula in Transit

– unfortunately based on the premise that BnF ms. fr. 5524 is its only source and, moreover, in the mistaken belief that this part of the volume as now bound was compiled by Jean Grolier and Jean Lhuillier. In fact, Grolier and Lhuillier were the compilers of the first section of the codex with the title

In: Incunabula in Transit