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Valentin Mantskovit — A Polish-born printer in sixteenth-century Hungary
Valentin Mantskovit was a Polish-born itinerant Protestant printer who worked in Hungary in the sixteenth century. The present study points to the interconnection of cultural activities in the
Digital science in context of book culture history research: Polonica of the 16th-18th centuries in selected databases of written cultural heritage concerning the Kingdom of Hungary
The aim of this study is to point out cultural relationships between Slovakia and Poland in book culture history, especially regarding libraries’ development. Our research focuses on an analysis of
Jesuit libraries and popular Jesuit literature in Kingdom of Hungary in the 17th century. Interconnection between Hungarian and Polish Jesuit book culture
The authors present the characteristics of Jesuit libraries in the Kingdom of Hungary in terms of their content, with special focus on works by the most influential Jesuit authors, which were among
To Publish, Make Known and Sell or Promoting Printed Books in the Incunabula Period
The study To Publish, Make Known and Sell is based on verified existence of competition tensions between the 15th century typographers/publishers, related to the absence of functional regulatory