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    • The circulation and collection of Italian printed books in sixteenth-century France 

      Graheli, Shanti (University of St Andrews, 2015-11-30) - Thesis
      This thesis is an examination of the circulation networks and the patterns of collection of Italian printed books in France in the sixteenth century. Although the cultural relations between the Italian and French territory ...
    • The culture of music printing in sixteenth-century Augsburg 

      Roper, Amelie (University of St Andrews, 2017-06) - Thesis
      In the early sixteenth century, the free imperial city of Augsburg in southern Germany played a vital role in the development of music printing with movable type north of the Alps. These technical advances impacted on ...
    • The English provincial book trade : bookseller stock-lists, c.1520-1640 

      Winters, Jennifer (University of St Andrews, 2012-11-30) - Thesis
      The book world of sixteenth-century England was heavily focused on London. London’s publishers wholly dominated the production of books, and with Oxford and Cambridge the booksellers of the capital also played the largest ...
    • The industry of evangelism : printing for the Reformation in Martin Luther's Wittenberg 

      Thomas, Drew B. (University of St Andrews, 2018-06-28) - Thesis
      When Martin Luther supposedly nailed his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517 to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, the small town had only a single printing press. By the end of the century, Wittenberg had published more books ...
    • Latin books published in Paris, 1501-1540 

      Mullins, Sophie (University of St Andrews, 2014-06) - Thesis
      This is a study of the Parisian Latin book industry in the first four decades of the sixteenth century. It challenges the assumption that the Reformation brought about a profound change in the European print world. Luther’s ...
    • A Manuscript Owned by William Scheves Now at Maynooth 

      Connolly, Margaret (2016-09-21) - Journal article
      William Scheves (c. 1440–1497), Archbishop of St Andrews, marked his books with a distinctive ownership inscription that has allowed the identification of eleven manuscripts and twenty-eight incunabula from his library. ...
    • Publishing in Paris, 1570-1590 : a bibliometric analysis 

      John, Philip Owen (University of St Andrews, 2011-06-23) - Thesis
      This thesis is an examination of the printing industry in Paris between 1570 and 1590. These years represent a relatively under-researched period in the history of Parisian print. This period is of importance because of ...