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  • 161Museum Enschedé — Former location of the museum has been renovated to house restaurants and now lies above a parking garage. Under the reconstructed clock tower , an old gateway contains a memorial plaque to Enschedé …

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  • 162Ottaviano Petrucci — (18 June 1466 – 7 May 1539) was an Italian printer. His Harmonice Musices Odhecaton, a collection of chansons printed in 1501, is commonly misidentified as the first book of sheet music printed from movable type. Actually that distinction belongs …

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  • 163Gutenberg Museum — The Gutenberg Museum is one of the oldest museums of printing in the world, located opposite the cathedral in the old part of Mainz, Germany.HistoryA group of citizens founded the museum in 1900, 500 years after Johann Gutenberg’s birth, to… …

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  • 164Christianity and astrology — are seen as incompatible by modern orthodox Christian doctrine. Additionally, astrology stands juxtaposed against the roots of modern scientific reasoning. Generally, the scientific community and others educated in the scientific method consider… …

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  • 165Typographic unit — Typographic units are the units of measurement used in typography or typesetting. The traditional units are different from common metric units, as they were established earlier. Even though these units are all very small, across a line of print… …

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  • 166Ulrich Zell — was the first printer of Cologne. He was born at Hanau on the Main, date unknown; he died about 1503.He learned the art of printing before 1462 in the printing establishment of Johann Fust and Johann Schöffer, and seems, shortly after the… …

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  • 167Samuel Dyer — 台約爾 (February 20, 1804 ndash; October 24,1843), was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China in the Congregationalist tradition, who worked among the Chinese in Malaysia. He arrived in Penang in 1827. Dyer, his wife Maria, and their… …

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  • 168Editions of the Bible — • Includes Hebrew and Greek editions Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Editions of the Bible     Editions of the Bible      …

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  • 169Ulrich Zell —     Ulrich Zell     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ulrich Zell     Publisher, the first printer of Cologne, born at Hanau on the Main, date unknown; died about 1507. He learned the art of printing before 1462 in the printing establishment of Fust and… …

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  • 170SONCINO — SONCINO, family of Hebrew printers active in Italy, Turkey, and Egypt in the 15th and 16th centuries. The Soncino family originated in Germany and claimed among their ancestors Moses of Speyer, mentioned in the tosafot by eliezer of touques (13th …

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  • 171Studio — A studio is a artist s or worker s workroom, or an artist and his or her employees who work within that studio. This can be for the purpose of architecture, painting, pottery (ceramics), sculpture, photography, graphic design, cinematography,… …

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  • 172Colard Mansion — Page from the introduction of the Ovide Moralisé, with woodcut and added illumination. Colard Mansion (or Colart, before 1440 – after May 1484) was a 15th century Flemish scribe and printer who worked together with William Caxton. He is known as… …

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  • 173Benziger, Joseph Charles — • Founder of the Catholic publishing house that bears his name (1762 1841) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Benziger, Joseph Charles     Joseph Charles Benziger   …

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  • 174Joseph Charles Benzinger —     Joseph Charles Benziger     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Joseph Charles Benziger     Founder of the Catholic publishing house that bears his name, b. at Einsiedeln , Switzerland, 1762; d. there, 1841. In 1792 he started a small business in… …

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  • 175The Reformation —     The Reformation     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Reformation     The usual term for the religious movement which made its appearance in Western Europe in the sixteenth century, and which, while ostensibly aiming at an internal renewal of the …

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  • 176Bookselling — Bookseller redirects here. For the British magazine, see The Bookseller. Bookmen redirects here. For other uses, see Bookman (disambiguation). Shakespeare and Company, an English language bookshop in Paris Bookselling is the commercial trading of …

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  • 177press — I. /prɛs / (say pres) verb (pressed or, Archaic, prest, pressing) –verb (t) 1. to act upon with weight or force. 2. to move by weight or force in a certain direction or into a certain position. 3. to compress or squeeze, as to alter in shape or… …

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  • 178graphic — I. adjective also graphical Etymology: Latin graphicus, from Greek graphikos, from graphein Date: 1637 1. a. of or relating to the pictorial arts; also pictorial b. of, relating to, or involving such reproductive methods as those of engraving,… …

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  • 179Prince-Bishopric of Augsburg — Infobox Former Country native name = Fürstbistum Augsburg conventional long name = Prince Bishopric of Augsburg common name = Augsburg continent = Europe region = Alps country = Germany era = Middle Ages status = Vassal empire = Holy Roman Empire …

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  • 180Mainz — /muynts/, n. a port in SW central Germany, at the confluence of the Rhine and Main rivers: capital of Rhineland Palatinate. 172,400. French, Mayence. * * * French Mayence City (pop., 2002 est.: 185,293), west central Germany. Situated on the… …

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