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Mediations Of Zabarella In Northern Germany, 1586-1623

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This chapter begins with a few salient facts about the economic, commercial and legal aspects of book production in the sixteenth century. All publication began with copy to be printed and published. Once printed, the book entered the book market, usually by being presented in one of the great Book Fairs. International publishers and printer-publishers usually not only had warehouses of books in the Book Fair cities, but also their own shops as outlets in certain places. The chapter investigates the publication of Zabarella in the period 1578 and 1623. The first of Zabarella's publications was occasioned by the invitation extended to him in 1578 by King Stephen of Poland to settle in that country.

Keywords: book market; King Stephen; Zabarella's publications



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