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Het geschreven boek in Nederland tot omstreeks 1400: Continuïteit en emancipatie

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Kathryn Margaret Rudy, Ed van der Vlist

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In Wytze Gs. Hellinga’s _Kopij en druk in de Nederlanden_ (1962), the author provided a cultural overview of the book, beginning in the fifteenth century. In revisiting and updating the author's groundbreaking history, we are adding the prehistory of the printed book, namely, the hand-written book around 1400, which was largely a courtly phenomenon. Netherlandish manuscript makers emancipated themselves from their courtly neighbours to the south and east.


Translated title of the contributionThe handwritten book in the Netherlands around 1400: Continuation and emancipation
Original languageOther
Pages (from-to)15-52
Number of pages38
JournalJaarboek voor Nederlandse boekgeschiedenis
Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Research areas

  • Medieval manuscripts, Courtly culture

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