Officia sanctorum propria

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Typis S. R. M. Academicis Soc: Jesu

Date of publication/creation


Extent, dimensions

[2], 355, [27] c. ; 8° (16 см).

Language of the artefact
ОФХ архивных документов, старопечатных изданий и рукописей

The first Catholic printing house was founded in Vilnius in 1574 by Christopher Nikolai Radzvill the Orphan. From 1586 to 1805, the printing house belonged to the Vilnius Academy. The academic, or university period of the printing house is well-known and significant for culture - books were published, the significance of which in religious life, the development of culture and science is difficult to overestimate. From 1576 to 1805, 3264 editions were published in the printing house.

External sources

Бібліяграфія: Vilniaus Akademijos spaustuves leidiniai 1576 —1805: bibliografią / K. Čepienè, I. Petrauskienè. Vilnius, 1979. № 1738; Bibliografia polska / przez K. Estreichera. Cz. 3 : (Obejmująca druki stóleci XV―XVIII w układzie abecadłowym). T. 12 (23) : N―O. [Cz. 1]. Kraków : wydanie Akademii Umiejętności, 1910. C. 271.

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Part of artificial unit

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Physical description of the copy

Сігнатуры літарныя: A(8)-І(8), K(8)-U(8), W(8)-Y(8), [8].

Кустоды, ламбарды.

Гравіраваныя канцоўкі, размежавальныя палосы.

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Actions with the copy

Рукапісныя паметы ў тэксце чарнілам.

Provenance of the copy

Дэфектны экзэмпляр: няма с. [26-27] другога ліку; плямы ад вады.