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  • 141Movable type — For the weblog software, see Movable Type. Part of a series on the History of printing …

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  • 142Experimenter Publishing — was an American media company founded by Hugo Gernsback in 1915. The first magazine was The Electrical Experimenter (1913–1931) and the most notable magazines were Radio News (1919–1985) and Amazing Stories (1926–2005). Their radio station, WRNY …

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  • 143Fust, John — • A partner of Gutenberg in promoting the art of printing, d. at Paris about 1466 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Fust, John     John Fust …

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  • 144The Benedictine Order —     The Benedictine Order     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Benedictine Order     The Benedictine Order comprises monks living under the Rule of St. Benedict, and commonly known as black monks . The order will be considered in this article under… …

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  • 145INCUNABULA — Introduction The term incunabula (or cradle books ) denotes books printed before 1500, including broadsheets, or other typographical products printed from letterpress composed of movable type. The first book known to be printed by Gutenberg in… …

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  • 146David Gatten — David Edward Gatten is an American experimental filmmaker and moving image artist. Since 1996 Gatten s films have explored the intersection of the printed word and moving image, cataloging the variety of ways in which texts functions in cinema as …

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  • 147Типографское дело* — [Слово типография греческого происхождения и составлено из двух слов: τύπος буква, фигура, оттиск, и γράφω пишу. В XV столетии оно встречается редко (например, у Бернарда из Вероны в предисловии к изданию сочинений Катулла 1493 г., у Эразма в его …

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  • 148Типографское дело — [Слово типография греческого происхождения и составлено из двух слов: τύπος буква, фигура, оттиск, и γράφω пишу. В XV столетии оно встречается редко (например, у Бернарда из Вероны в предисловии к изданию сочинений Катулла 1493 г., у Эразма в его …

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  • 149Augsburg — • Diocese in the Kingdom of Bavaria, Germany, suffragan of the Archdiocese of Munich Freising Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Augsburg     Augsburg      …

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  • 150YIDDISH LITERATURE — This articles is arranged according to the following outline: introduction UNTIL THE END OF THE 18TH CENTURY the bible in yiddish literature epic homiletic prose drama liturgy ethical literature Historical Songs and Writings transcriptions of… …

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  • 151Amazing Stories — was an American science fiction magazine launched in April 1926 by Hugo Gernsback s Experimenter Publishing. It was the first magazine devoted solely to science fiction. Before Amazing , science fiction stories had made regular appearance in… …

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  • 152ISTANBUL — ISTANBUL, city in N.W. turkey , on both sides of the Bosphorus at its entrance on the Sea of Marmara (for history prior to 1453, see constantinople ). Constantinople was taken from the Byzantine emperor in 1453 by the Ottoman sultan Mehmed II… …

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  • 153Maso Finiguerra — Maso Tommasoii Finiguerra (1426–1464) was an Italian goldsmith, draftsman, and engraver working in Florence, whose name is distinguished in the history of art and craftsmanship for reasons which are partly mythical. Giorgio Vasari claims… …

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  • 154Astrology — • The supposed science which determines the influence of the stars, especially of the five older planets, on the fate of man Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Astrology     Astrology …

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  • 155Michael Woolworth — s atelier, Paris, France Michael Woolworth (born in 1960) is a master printer of American origin, living and working in Paris. He makes original editions with contemporary artists. His atelier specializes exclusively in printing techniques on… …

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  • 156Print — may refer to:*Printing, mostly using a printing press ** Printing press, printing with moveable metal type, see also Letterpress printing **Publishing, the distribution of printed works or other information **Print run, one batch of printing,… …

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  • 157Germany — • History divided by time periods, beginning with before 1556 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Germany     Germany     † …

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  • 158Baskerville, John — born Jan. 28, 1706, Wolverly, Worcestershire, Eng. died Jan. 8, 1775, Birmingham, Warwickshire British typographer. In 1757 he set up a printing house and published his first work, an edition of Virgil. His editions of the Latin classics, John… …

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  • 159John Fust —     John Fust     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Fust     (Or FAUST.)     A partner of Gutenberg in promoting the art of printing, d. at Paris about 1466. He belonged to a wealthy family of Mainz, but very little is known of his early life. In… …

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  • 160Peter Schoffer —     Peter Schöffer     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Peter Schöffer     Publisher and printer, b. at Gernsheim on the Rine about 1425; d. at Mainz in 1503. As a cleric in minor orders he was in Paris in 1451 working as a manuscript copyist. In 1455… …

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