The first generation of printed books, which were printed in scripts resembling the current bookhands of the times. Generally without much thought to textual editing or correction. In western Europe, these were produced from about 1460-1500.
Books printed in movable type before 1501. In the USA the qualifying date is regarded as pre 1701
Refers to books published before the year 1501.
A printed book produced before 1501 - when the process of printing from movable type was in its infancy.
Literally, cradle-books, books produced before and including the year 1500.
Early printed books; especially books printed before 1500.
any book printed before 1500
(from Latin "cradle") Prints from the earliest historical stages or waypoints of print development, such as the "Nurnburg Chronicles" and its moveable type. Any printed work before 1500 is generally referred to as incunabula.
A term used to describe books that were published prior to the year 1501, during printing's infancy.
Books printed between 1455 and 1500 A.D.
From the ‘cradle' time of printing--books, pamphlets, etc. printed before the year 1501.
Books printed between the invention of moveable type and 1500, coined from the Latin word cunae, meaning “cradle”.
the Latin for swaddling clothes: books from the infancy of printing - books published before 1500.
Pronounced, and often Anglicized as, incunable. Books printed on presses before the year 1501 are called incunabula, which comes from a word meaning "cradle" or "birthplace" in Latin.
The earliest printed books of a genre, often used exclusively to mean those printed before 1501. Coined from the Latin word cunae, meaning "cradle".
Books produced from moveable type in the early days of printing â€“ before 1500AD. Information databases Collections of articles and article references that can be searched and browsed on a computer. See also Bibliographic databases and Full-text databases.
The earliest printed materials, books published prior to 1500.
A book printed before 1501. From the Latin for in, or at, the cradle, because of its early origin.
Books, pamphlets, calendars, and indulgences printed before 1501.
Books printed before 1501, the first century of moveable type.