TYPOGRAPHORUM EMBLEMATA

TYPOGRAPHORUM EMBLEMATA

The printer’s mark in the context of early modern culture

Anja Wolkenhauer (Tübingen University, Alemania) y Bernhard F. Scholz (Groningen University, Alemania)

Berlín, Alemania. Walter de GRUYTER. ISBN: 9783110439199. XI, 429 págs. Febrero de 2018. Encuadernado.

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Ofrecemos en este libro una colección de artículos especialmente preparados para esta monografía sobre las marcas de imprenta de la primera era moderna, una época muy productiva. La recopilación se hace a partir de la historia del libro, de la literatura y del arte, tratando la adopción de las primeros ejemplares de imprenta y la falta de éstos en algunos países.

Cuenta con 188 ilustraciones.

 

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Extracto del índice:

Preface VII

Part A: Beginnings and Provenances

Anja Wolkenhauer

Sisters, or Mother and Daughter? The Relationship between Printer’s Marks and Emblems during the First Hundred Years 3

Andreas Bässler

Ekphrasis and Printer’s Signets 29

Luuk Houwen

Beastly Devices: Early Printer’s Marks and Their Medieval Origins 49

Hubert Meeus

From Nameplate to Emblem. The Evolution of the Printer’s Device in the Southern Low Countries up to 1600 77

Part B: Regions & Places

Konstantinos Sp. Staikos

Heraldic and Symbolic Printer’s Devices of Greek Printers in Italy (Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries) 103

Anna Jakimyszyn-Gadocha

Jewish Printers’ Marks from Poland (Sixteenth-Seventeenth Centuries) 125

Joanna A. Tomicka

Fama Typographica. In Search of the Emblem Form of Printer’s Devices. The Iconography and Emblem Form of Printer’s Devices in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Poland 151

Paul Hoftijzer

Pallas Nostra Salus. Early Modern Printer’s Marks in Leiden as Expressions of Professional and Personal Identity 169

Dietmar Peil

Early Modern Munich Printer’s Marks (and Related Issues) 197

Kristina Lundblad

The Printer’s Mark in Early Modern Sweden 227

Silvia Hufnagel

Iceland’s Lack of Printer’s Devices: Filling a Functional and Spatial Void in Printed Books during the Sixteenth Century 257

Part C: Concepts, Historical and Systematic

Bernhard F. Scholz

The Truth of Printer’s Marks: Andrea Alciato on “Aldo’s Anchor”, “Froben’s Dove” and “Calvo’s Elephant”. A Closer Look at Alciato’s Concept of the Printer’s Mark 269

Valérie Hayaert

The Legal Significance and Humanist Ethos of Printers’ Insignia 297

Justyna Kiliańczyk-Zięba

The Transition of the Printer’s Device from a Sign of Identification to a Symbol of Aspirations and Beliefs 315

Judit Vizkelety-Ecsedy

Mottos in Printers’ Devices – Thoughts about the Hungarian Usage 333

Melinda Simon

European Printers’ and Publishers’ Marks in the Eighteenth Century. The Three C’s: Conformity, Continuity and Change 347

Bernhard F. Scholz

In Place of an Afterword: Notes on Ordering the Corpus of the Early Modern Printer’s Mark 361

Part D: Research Bibliography and Index

Research Bibliography: The Early Modern Printer’s Mark in Its Cultural

Contexts 377

Contributors 413

Index 417

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