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The Transylvanian Printing in the 16th-17th Century

Publication: Journal of Romanian Literary Studies, 3, p. 46-51
Publisher:Arhipelag XXI Press
Abstract:The present study, entitled “The Transylvanian Printing in the 16th-17th c.”, is meant to be an analytic approach on two levels: the first, a diachronic one, refers to the development of the printing from a historical, political, social and cultural point of view in the Transylvanian towns of Oradea, Brasov, Sibiu, Alba-Iulia, Cluj, Sebes, Orastie, Abrud, and the second approach is a synchronic one as it sets one`s sight on both the description of the generic elements of the printing art within the geographic area and on marking the cultural affiliation that highlights the preoccupation not only of the laic intellectuals, but also of the clergy (Orthodox, Catholics, Greek-Catholics, Protestants) of founding the production of autochthonous books.
Language: English

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