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Publications Of The De Bry Firm

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This appendix section contains a list of all works published by the De Bry firm, whether by Theodore, by his widow, by his two sons or by Johan Theodore alone. The list is based on five different types of sources. Apart from the actual publications, the catalogues of the Frankfurt book fairs, the ?Cahiers de Francfort? of the Officina Plantiniana, the ?Zensurzettel? in the Frankfurt city archives, and the 1609 poster catalogue of the De Bry firm have been used. Only publications which are referred to in at least two of the five different types of sources are included in the main list. Volumes of the collection of voyages have always been listed first. For these volumes, the listed number of illustrations refers to the engravings of the common size, mostly included in the second section of each of the books.

Keywords: De Bry firm; Frankfurt book fairs; Johan Theodore; Officina Plantiniana; voyages



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