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An Incunabulum Printed in Zwolle in 1488 and Decorated with ‘Enkhuizen’ Pen Flourishing: a Clue in Dating the Penwork

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AbstractThis article focuses on the decorative penwork in an incunabulum containing Der bien boeck by Thomas of Cantimpré. It discusses in particular the relevance of this penwork and the date the book was printed, 1488, in dating the related ‘Enkhuizen’ pen flourishing, which up to now was mainly found in undated manuscripts.

Affiliations: 1: Zeist Netherlands

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2011-01-01
2016-12-11

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