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Date is exactly "1478"
Among the first women known to have been directly involved in the production of printed books were the Dominican nuns at the Convent of San Jacopo di Ripoli in Florence. The exhibited book, the first vernacular edition of this early Latin biography…
Latin Bible featuring fifteenth-century binding of blind-stamped calfskin. The binding is thought to be done at a bindery in Brixen, in the Alps of South Tyrol (Italy).
Early complete printed Bible in Latin Vulgate. Initial letters for books and chapters, folio numbers, and marginal notes have been added by hand.
This treatise on the "Earthly Sphere" shows that medieval scientists were aware that the earth is not flat. Additionally, the woodcut in this edition is the earliest printed illustration of solar and lunar eclipses.