Printing for the Reformation in Martin Luther’s Wittenberg
Series: Library of the Written Word, Volume: 96
Library of the Written Word – The Handpress World, Volume: 96
Author: Drew B. Thomas
Of the leading print centres in early modern Europe, Wittenberg was the only one that was not a major centre of trade, politics, or culture. This monograph examines the rise of the Wittenberg printing industry and analyses how it overtook the Empire’s leading print centres. It investigates the workshops of the four leading printers in Wittenberg during Luther’s lifetime: Nickel Schirlentz, Josef Klug, Hans Lufft, and Georg Rhau. Together, these printers conquered the German print world.
Drew B. Thomas, Ph.D. (2018), University of St. Andrews, is a Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University College Dublin.
Copyright Year: 2022
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