Detail View: CARY GRAPHIC ARTS COLLECTION: Postilla super totam Bibliam

Filename: 
cc_csc0144_pannartz_2621.tif
Identifier: 
cc_csc0144_pannartz_2621.tif
Title: 
Postilla super totam Bibliam
Creator: 
Sweinheim, Konrad, -1477
Creator: 
Pannartz, Arnold, -approximately 1478
Creator: 
De Lyra, Nicolaus, 1270-1349
Subject: 
Incunabula - Europe
Subject: 
Books - History
Subject: 
Church history
Subject: 
Type and type-founding - History
Subject: 
Printing - History
Summary: 
Folio leaf is an early example of printing from metal types, outside of Germany, where their process of manufacture was invented by Johann Gutenberg, ca. 1455. The text shows old style roman characters. Nicolaus de Lyra was a Franciscan monk, who wrote interpretations of the Christian Bible.
Publisher: 
Konrad Sweynheym and Arnold Pannartz
Digital Publisher: 
Rochester Institute of Technology - RIT Libraries - Cary Graphic Arts Collection
Date of Original: 
18 November 1471
Date of Digitization: 
2020
Broad Type: 
still image
Specific Type: 
book
Digital File Format: 
jpeg
Physical Format: 
leaf
Dimensions of Original: 
38.9 x 26.9 cm.
Language: 
Latin
Original Item Location: 
CARCSC.0144
Library Collection: 
Stephen O. Saxe Collection
Digital Project: 
2020_0041_incunabula
Place: 
Italy - Rome
Rights: 
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