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Fri Mar 21 17:16:08 2014 UTClccn-n500349160.06Endymion Spring /0.280.96De la caligrafía a la imprenta, 1440-1480; homenaje a Gutenberg en su V centenario9815820Johannes_Gutenbergn 5003491670234Bonemontanus, Iohannes, c. 1397-1468Gensfleisch de Sulgeloch, Johannes, 1397?-1468Gensfleisch, Johann, 1397-1468Gensfleisch, Johann 1400-1468Gensfleisch, Johann, ca 1397-1468Gensfleisch, Johannes 1400-1468Gensfleisch, Johannes zur Gutenberg.Gensfleisch von Sorgenloch, Johann 1400-1468Gensfleisch von Sorgenloch, Johann, ca 1397-1468Gensfleisch zum Gutenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468Gensfleisch zum Gutenberg, Johann 1400-1468Gensfleisch zum Gutenberg, Johannes, 1397?-1468Gensfleisch zur Lade, Johannes 1400-1468Gensfleisch zur Laden, Johannes.Gensfleisch zur Laden, Johannes 1400-1468Gensfleisch zur Laden, Johannes, ca 1397-1468Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468Gensfleisch ZurLaden, Johannes 1400-1468Gkoutempernk, 1397?-1468Gutemberg, Joannes 1400-1468Gutemberg, Johannes 1397?-1468Gutenberg (1394?-1468).Gutenberg, ..., 1397-1468Gutenberg, Giovanni 1400-1468Gutenberg, Iogann, 1397?-1468Gutenberg, Iogann 1400-1468Gutenberg, Ĭokhann, 1397?-1468Gutenberg, Jan.Gutenberg, Jean, 1397?-1468Gutenberg, Jean 1400-1468Gutenberg, JohanGutenberg, Johann.Gutenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468Gutenberg, Johann 1400-1468Gutenberg, Johann, ca 1397-1468Gutenberg, Johann G. 1400-1468Gutenberg, Johannes, 1394-1468Gutenberg, Johannes, 1397?-1468Gutenberg, Johanul HenneGutenbergs, J., 1397?-1468Gūtenbergs, Jānis, 1397?-1468Gūtenbergs, Johans, 1397?-1468Guttemberg, Giovanni 1400-1468Guttenberg.Guttenberg, Ioann, 1397?-1468Guttenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468Guttenberg, Johann 1400-1468Guttenbergius, Joannes 1400-1468Zum Gutenberg, Johannes GensfleischГутенберг, Йоганн, 1397?-1468גוטענבערג, יאהאנ, ?1397־1468lccn-n2006032878Skelton, Matthewnc-bodleian libraryBodleian Librarylccn-n78078748McMurtrie, Douglas C.(Douglas Crawford)1888-1944trllccn-n84050897Ruppel, Aloys1882-1977lccn-n79122349Man, John1941-lccn-n91017783Burch, Joann Johansenlccn-n91017788Aldrich, Kent Alanilllccn-n79109188Krensky, Stephenlccn-n93027686Christensen, Bonnieilllccn-n80103962Füssel, StephanGutenberg, Johann1397?-1468HistoryBiographyFictionBibliographyDictionariesManuscriptsCommentariesSoftwareCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksGutenberg, Johann,Printing--Origin and antecedentsGermanyPrintersBooks and readingMagicBooksIncunabulaEnglandApprenticesEngland--OxfordBodleian LibraryDysfunctional familiesPrintingMaster of the Playing Cards,Secret societiesGermany--Mainz (Rhineland-Palatinate)VampiresDryadsMagiciansBibleInventorsPrinting pressesGutenberg BibleFust, Johannes,Printing--Celebrations of inventionLatin language--GrammarVariations (Piano)Latin languageMusic--Instruction and studyFrançaix, Jean,Middle AgesLatin language, Medieval and modernSuites (Piano)Sonatas (Piano)Piano musicWaltzesBooksellers and booksellingAnniversariesIllumination of books and manuscriptsMass mediaNicholas,--of Lyra,Incunabula--BibliographyInitialsEarly printed booksVellum printed booksGútenberg, JohannAmericansManuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)Jews13971468145414551456146014611469147314991640172017271728174017411757175817601761178117891792180018011802180418091811181818231824183018311832183318351836183718401841184218441846184718481849185018521853185518561857185818591860186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190719081909191019111912191319141917191819191920192119231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133555813682155BZ126.Z7ocn299851153ocn313472042ocn832200171ocn250709476ocn313560465ocn258301643ocn247861044ocn460527666ocn552091264ocn313209598ocn036180827ocn084680290ocn014991241ocn015234479ocn442712827ocn061688194ocn270643661ocn038056966ocn021364392ocn166260584ocn443756694ocn443292692ocn440858404ocn440952262ocn439126383ocn781065018ocn439920093ocn439008364ocn072644263ocn076067315ocn722789683ocn072354290ocn714184146ocn073272830ocn723961706ocn072244816ocn315080159ocn442712827ocn816472864Printers1374ocn001719187book18710.86Pearson, Emily CGutenberg, and the art of printingHistory953ocn006235265book19600.63[Biblia latina, Moguntiae, Joh. Gutenberg752ocn010634131score19830.93Françaix, JeanHuit variations sur le nom de Johannes Gutenberg : pour piano solo = Acht Variationen über den Namen Johannes Gutenberg : für Klavier = Eight variations on the name of Johannes Gutenberg : for piano (1982)Manuscripts694ocn038689395book19360.79Stillwell, Margaret BinghamGutenberg and the Catholicon of 1460; a bibliographical essay632ocn001751657serial0.84Veröffentlichungen der Gutenberg-GesellschaftHistory585ocn006848230book14540.53Gutenberg Bible503ocn057716960file20040.81Gutenberg, JohannThe Gutenberg Bible at the Harry Ransom Center, the University of Texas at AustinIn June 2002, the Ransom Center and IImage Retrieval Inc. of Carrollton, Texas collaborated on the digitization of the Center's Gutenberg Bible using the i2s Digibook 6000 overhead scanner. The project took less than a week to complete and resulted in nearly 1,300 digital images. For the first time, it is possible for the general public to view all of the pages from the University of Texas copy, including all of the large illuminated letters in volume I and the copious handwritten annotations, as well as other indications of the book's use in religious services+-+7161527475297ocn832200171book19000.79Hartwig, OttoFestschrift zum fünfhundertjährigen Geburtstage von Johann GutenbergHistoryBibliography263ocn008315130book19510.90Björkbom, CarlGutenberg251ocn610757899file20000.32Schnittstelle Gutenberg der Mann des Millenniums; eine interaktive Entdeckungsreise durch 1000 Jahre MedienkommunikationHistorySoftware247ocn036180827book14600.81Balbi, GiovanniCatholiconGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionaries2414ocn004904654book14540.86NicholasBiblia LatinaCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentaries221ocn048393107rcrd20000.93Françaix, JeanOeuvres pour piano Klavierwerke = Works for piano221ocn064260126book19000.23Meisner, HeinrichDie Erfindung der Buchdruckerkunst : zum 500. Geburtstage Johann Gutenbergs222ocn299851153book18970.63Boerckel, AlfredGutenberg. Sein leben, sein werk, sein ruhmHistoryBiography212ocn034053478book18400.63Haltaus, CarlAlbum deutscher Schriftsteller zur vierten Säcularfeier der Buchdruckerkunst durch Karl Haltaus201ocn246035623book19690.76Lülfing, HansJohannes Gutenberg und das Buchwesen des 14. und 15. JahrhundertsHistory183ocn000479912book19390.96Vindel, FranciscoDe la caligrafía a la imprenta, 1440-1480; homenaje a Gutenberg en su V centenarioHistory171ocn247983407book20000.37Füssel, StephanJohannes GutenbergHistoryBiography172ocn019289807book19860.37Gutenberg-Bibel : Geschichtliche Bücher des Alten Testaments16274ocn069992677book20060.06Skelton, MatthewEndymion SpringJuvenile worksFictionHaving reluctantly accompanied his academic mother and pesky younger sister to Oxford, twelve-year-old Blake Winters is at loose ends until he stumbles across an ancient and magical book, secretely brought to England in 1453 by Gutenberg's mute apprentice to save it from evil forces, and which now draws Blake into a dangerous and life-threatening quest+-+653882038512395ocn023253903book19910.06Burch, Joann JohansenFine print : a story about Johann GutenbergHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyRecounts the story of the German printer credited with the invention of printing with movable type+-+073196123510432ocn049645882book20020.25Man, JohnGutenberg : how one man remade the world with wordsHistoryBiographyA biography of the fifteenth-century German printer who revolutionized printing with the invention of movable type+-+08736762959391ocn032312451book19960.06Krensky, StephenBreaking into print : before and after the invention of the printing pressHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the nature of books in the world before the development of the printing press and the subsequent effect of that invention on civilization+-+71285016858125ocn000575737book19620.53Lehmann-Haupt, HellmutGutenberg and the Master of the Playing CardsHistoryBibliography7882ocn751780453book20120.06Rumford, JamesFrom the good mountain : how Gutenberg changed the worldHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyPicture booksA short biography of Johannes Gutenberg and how he invented a way to print books with moveable type7751ocn026633785book19930.06Fisher, Leonard EverettGutenbergHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the fifteenth-century German printer who revolutionized printing with the invention of movable type+-+73870827557542ocn050982289book20030.06Koscielniak, BruceJohann Gutenberg and the amazing printing pressHistoryJuvenile worksA history of the modern printing industry, including how paper and ink are made, looking particularly at the printing press invented by Gutenberg around 1450 but also at its precursors+-+46081736156591ocn800083152book20120.13Hines, Jim CLibriomancerFictionFantasy fictionFantasy fiction, AmericanIsaac Vainio has spent the past two years working at the Copper River Library in northern Michigan, secretly cataloging books for their magical potential, but forbidden from using that magic himself -- except for emergencies. Emergencies like a trio of young vampires who believe Isaac has been killing their kind and intend to return the favor. Isaac is a libriomancer, brilliant but undisciplined, with the ability to reach into books and create objects from their pages. And attacking a libriomancer in his own library is never a good idea. But vampires are only the beginning. This is merely the latest in a series of attacks against members of Die Swelf Portenære, a secret organization founded five centuries ago by Johannes Gutenberg to protect the world from supernatural threats. Among the casualties is Ray Walker, Isaac's friend and mentor in magic. Complicating matters further is the arrival of a dryad named Lena Greenwood. Lena packs a pair of wooden swords and proves to be quite adept at helping to beat down various magical threats. She also seems to be a little too interested in Isaac -- not that he minds. Yet Lena's nature could make her a greater threat than any vampire. Along with a neurotic fire-spider named Smudge, Isaac and Lena set out to find and stop whoever is behind the attacks. But things are worse than Isaac imagined. An unknown killer of unimaginable power has been torturing and murdering humans and vampires alike. And Gutenberg, now more than six hundred years old, has mysteriously disappeared. As Isaac searches for Gutenberg and the murderer, hoping they aren't one and the same, he uncovers dark secrets about magic's history and potential. Secrets that could destroy Die Zwelf Portenære and loose a magical war upon the world. If Isaac is to have any hope of preventing that war, he will have to truly master the magic of libriomancy. Assuming he doesn't lose control and wipe himself from existence first5982ocn031655691book19950.53Kapr, AlbertJohann Gutenberg : the man and his inventionHistoryBiographyAlthough Johann Gutenberg's seminal invention of printing from movable metal type is well documented, very little is known about the man himself. In this fascinating and scholarly biography, Albert Kapr brought together a vast and widely dispersed literature to produce a revealing account of Gutenberg the individual. Acting as a historical detective, Kapr based his portrait on original documents and references, the majority of which are reproduced. He considers the different aspects of Gutenberg's life - inventor, technologist and artist - and considers his personality and achievements within a wide cultural and historical context. This is the first modern biography of Gutenberg to appear in English, and Albert Kapr revised and updated his text (originally published in 1986, second edition 1988) especially for this translation+-+69663740365828ocn071340311rcrd20060.06Skelton, MatthewEndymion SpringJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksHaving reluctantly accompanied his academic mother and pesky younger sister to Oxford, twelve-year-old Blake Winters is at loose ends until he stumbles across an ancient and magical book, secretely brought to England in 1453 by Gutenberg's mute apprentice to save it from evil forces, and which now draws Blake into a dangerous and life-threatening quest+-+50228848255096ocn002037476book19630.66Scholderer, VictorJohann Gutenberg, the inventor of printingHistoryBiographyBibliography4834ocn000596918book19720.70Stillwell, Margaret BinghamThe beginning of the world of books, 1450 to 1470; a chronological survey of the texts chosen for printing during the first twenty years of the printing art, with a synopsis of the Gutenberg documentsHistoryBibliography4685ocn054356533book20040.66Füssel, StephanGutenberg and the impact of printingHistoryBiography"From typefounding through typesetting to the printing process itself, this narrative offers a fresh look at the unprecedented success story of the spread of the "black art" right across Europe in a mere 40 years. Stephan Fussel here analyses the earliest printings, placing them in the context of the history of communication and the intellectual climate of a Europe-wide educated elite by about 1500. He foregrounds the tremendous rise in European culture and the history of education experienced as a direct result of this media revolution." "Stephan Fussel traces the modern resonances of Gutenberg's invention, which persisted in virtually unchanged from for a further 350 years. It underwent decisive technological change through industrialisation and mechanisation in the nineteenth century, and again through digitalisation at the close of the twentieth century. However, as Fussel shows, the mass diffusion of information and the related communication revolution which began with Gutenberg continue unabated."--BOOK JACKET+-+12808190254678ocn000713435book19400.24McMurtrie, Douglas CWings for words; the story of Johann Gutenberg and his invention of printingHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyBibliographyA biography of the man who developed the process of printing from moveable type in the fifteenth century4626ocn049991576book20000.25Morrison, BlakeThe justification of Johann Gutenberg : a novelHistoryFictionA novel constructed around the life of Johann Genfleisch of Gutenberg follows the master printer, visionary, and conman who lived in an era of plagues and medieval culture+-+23356711554591ocn057749862book20060.06Rees, FranJohannes Gutenberg : inventor of the printing pressHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyProfiles the man who was reponsible for inventing the printing press that printed the Gutenberg Bible, page by page+-+54345010254199ocn001079200book19390.73Ruppel, AloysJohannes Gutenberg. Sein Leben und sein WerkHistoryBiography3872ocn045320665book20010.06Pollard, MichaelJohann Gutenberg : master of modern printingHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDiscusses the life of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of letterpress printing, which made possible the large-scale production of books and printed matter, and contributed to an explosion in learning and literacy that spread throughout the modern world+-+90886621063865ocn016691381book19280.59Emerson, EdwinIncunabulum incunabulorum : the Gutenberg Bible on vellum in the Vollbehr collection : an authentic story of the choicest book of Christendom told anewHistoryThe story of this Gutenberg Bible prior to its purchase by the Library of Congress in 1930+-+7161527475+-+7161527475Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch62904