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Lotte Hellinga

, required significant investment, which in turn required returns that could only be achieved by selling the products of the press. Printers had to refine the art of balancing what they could supply with the demand they hoped to find. Many of the early printers (in modern times we would call them publishers

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Joop W. Koopmans

the reporting strives for balance. Until the twentieth century, when motion pictures and sound became commonplace, static objects and the spoken and printed word were the prominent forms of communication between authorities and subjects. Sculptures and paintings have always been important means of

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Lotte Hellinga

and whereabouts of Jenson until he emerged in 1470 as a printer in Venice – there to die, a prosperous man, in the autumn of 1480. The large number of books he produced in that decade are characterized by the quality of their layout and typography; the balance he achieved in combining these elements

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Valentina Sebastiani

involved in the reprinting in Basel. Leontorius was given the task, in specific, of writing the preface. In doing so, he not only completely distorted the actual dynamics that had led the work to be reprinted but, almost as if reaffirming the new balance of power between Basel and Nuremberg, he wrote

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Joop W. Koopmans

, Charles  III (later Emperor Charles  VI ). 62 Portugal, as befitted its status in the European balance of power, occupied only a modest position in the Europische Mercurius . Before 1751 coverage of Portugal was rarely more than 1 %. Coverage of Northern European territories concerned predominantly

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Lotte Hellinga

, required significant investment, which in turn required returns that could only be achieved by selling the products of the press. Printers had to refine the art of balancing what they could supply with the demand they hoped to find. Many of the early printers (in modern times we would call them publishers

Benito Rial Costas

, market and Church. The New Liturgical Books and ‘the Obedience to His Holiness’ Through a diplomatic balance of powers, and with important political, economic and religious implications, Philip II had obtained from the Pope the management rights of the new liturgical books for Spain, deciding who would

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Simon C. Thomson

partner’s images significantly, felt the need to supplement or balance out some weaker drawings. A list of the images and their frames, and my cautious attributions to the different hands including possible shared images, is included as Appendix 2. As shown there, I see six shared images, seventeen by A

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Simon C. Thomson

also makes a number of errors and – if my suggestion of production around 1017–1020 is accepted – is working in an outdated style. It may also be the case that a third hand makes corrections to his text. On balance, I follow Dumville in finding it more likely that the two scribes were closer to

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Lotte Hellinga

and whereabouts of Jenson until he emerged in 1470 as a printer in Venice – there to die, a prosperous man, in the autumn of 1480. The large number of books he produced in that decade are characterized by the quality of their layout and typography; the balance he achieved in combining these elements