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The Malmö List

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This appendix presents the Malmö list and some other references concerning to the book. Sometime between 1520 and 1523, the Danish authorities took charge of a large stock of books. The inventory prepared on that occasion, today termed the Malmö list and connected with Christiern Pedersen, records more than 3100 items. The Malmö list was published almost a century ago, but its importance for Scandinavian book history has not yet been fully appreciated. Printing in Scandinavia was embedded in European-wide printing infrastructures, and so too were the acquisition and collection of books.

Keywords: Christiern Pedersen; Malmö List; Scandinavian book history



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