Incunabula

Early printed books, especially one printed before 1501.

[from Latin incunabula (neuter plural), ‘swaddling clothes, cradle,’ from in- ‘into’ + cunae ‘cradle.’]

Aldus-Horace1.jpeg
Horace, Aldus Manutius, though after 1500

Public Domain, Link

Ruralia commoda.jpg
By MasherradorOwn work, GFDL, Link

AtelierTypographie-AVonWerdt.jpg
Early printing establishment showing compositors and a wooden common press

By MorburreOwn work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

Bernardo, Pietro – Esposizione del salmo 68, 1500 – BEIC 2956478.jpg
By Pietro Bernardino – Available in the BEIC digital library and uploaded in partnership with BEIC Foundation., Public Domain, Link

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