Incunabula

Super prima et secunda parte Digesti veteris [folium 2]

Folium t[1], printed in Milan by Leonardus Pachel in 1490. [ISTC ib00230000]
Enarrationes in epistolas S. Pauli [folium 3]

Folium 1.Ad.Ro.XI, printed in Rome by Ulrich Han in 1477. Illustrated with red rubricated initials. [ISTC it00156000]
Historia belli Peloponnesiaci [folium 4]

Last folium of Book Eight, printed in Treviso by Johannes Rubeus Vercellensis ca. 1483? [ISTC it00359000]
Eposizione del Credo [folium 5]

Folium 176[?], printed in Venice by Peregrinus de Pasqualibus, Bononiensis in 1489. [ISTC ic00330000]
Liber cronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicle) [folium 6]

Folium LXX Quinta etas mudi, printed in Nuremberg by Anton Koberger in 1493. Illustrated by Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff with woodcuts and red rubricated initials. [ISTC is00307000]
Epistolae [folium 8]

Folium CXLV Coforta Geruntia printed in Ferrara by Laurentius de Rubeis, de Valentia in 1497. Illustrated with woodcuts. [ISTC ih00178000]
Repertorium utriusque iuris [folium 10]

Folium [unmarked], printed in Padua by Johannes Herbort, de Seligenstadt in 1480. Illustrated with red rubricated initials. [ISTC im00844000]
Speculum doctrinale [folium 11]

Folium 45-46, printed in Strassburg by The R-Printer (Adolf Rusch between 1477 and 1478. Illustrated with red rubricated initials. [ISTC iv00278000]
Opuscula [folium 12]

Folium 178 from Opuscula, printed in Venice by Bonetus Locatellus in 1498. Illustrated with woodcut initials. Edited, with a life of S. Thomas, by Antonius Pizamanus. [it00257000]
Biblia Latina (Nuremberg) [folium 13]

Folium ccccxlix, Actus apostolorum, from Biblia Latina, printed in Nuremberg by Anton Koberger in 1497. Illustrated with red and blue rubricated initials. [ISTC ib00564000]
Summa praedicantium [folium 14]

Folium D v Delectationem, printed in Basel by Johann Amerbach, ca. 1484. Illustrated with red rubricated initials. [ISTC ij00260000]
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Title

Incunabula

Description

The term incunabula refers to books printed between 1450 and 1500, approximately the first fifty years following the invention, by Johann Gutenberg of Mainz, of printing from moveable type. Our collection includes over 200 volumes and numerous unbound leaves from books printed during this period.

Coverage

1450/1500

Source

Incunabula Collection (DC-03)

Subject

Incunabula
Printing 1450-1500

Publisher

Grand Valley State University. University Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Identifier

DC-03

Format

application/pdf

Type

text

Language

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