This paper proves that the manuscript quire bound at the end of Harvard, Houghton Library, Typ Inc. 4390 (Eusebius Caesariensis, Chronicon, Venice, Ratdolt, 1483) is not, as it was thought, one of the very few print- er’s model copy that we know, but – on the contrary – just a manuscript which was copied by the later Henri Estienne edition of 1512

Philology and Ars artificialiter scribendi: A Printer’s Model Copy? (Harvard, Houghton Library, Typ Inc. 4390)

Paolo Pellegrini
2020

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This paper proves that the manuscript quire bound at the end of Harvard, Houghton Library, Typ Inc. 4390 (Eusebius Caesariensis, Chronicon, Venice, Ratdolt, 1483) is not, as it was thought, one of the very few print- er’s model copy that we know, but – on the contrary – just a manuscript which was copied by the later Henri Estienne edition of 1512
Eusebius Caesariensis, Henri Estienne, incunabula
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