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Printing Baronius's Annales Ecclesiastici (Rome 1588-1607)

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The printing history of Baronius's Annales ecclesiastici (Rome 1588-1609), one of the chief works of early modern historiography, is closely linked with the eventful history of the Vatican printing shop, which was founded with the specific aim of printing works like that of Baronius and publishing them in the context of the church's policy as laid down by the Council of Trent. The article discusses this history as the background to the genesis of the successive volumes of the Annales. At the same time, and more specifically, the technical and financial aspects of printing and publishing part vii (1596) are examined as illustrative of sixteenth-century printing history.


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