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An account of the German morality-play, entitled Depositio cornuti typographici, as performed in the 17th and 18th centuries. With a rhymical translation of the German version of 1648.

Author: William Blades
Publisher: London, Trübner, 1885.
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Blades, William, 1824-1890.
Account of the German morality-play, entitled Depositio cornuti typographici, as performed in the 17th and 18th centuries.
London, Trübner, 1885
(OCoLC)903915350
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Blades
OCLC Number: 1737087
Notes: Initials, head and tail peices; frontispiece from Gessner's Buchdruckerkunst (1743); six facsimile title-pages.
Description: 113 pages including facsimiles frontispiece, illustrations 24 x 18 cm
Contents: The social status of German printers in olden times.--The printers' Depositio described.--John Rist's version.--The Depositio at the universities--Various ceremonies similar to the Depositio.--Origin, growth, decadence and extinction ot the Depositio.--Bibliography.--Depositio typographi anglicani.--Appendix.--Index.
Responsibility: By William Blades, typographer. To which is added a literal reprint of the unique original version, written partly in Plaat-deutsch by Paul de Vise, and printed in 1621.

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