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P. Aquilon, Répertoire bibliographique des livres imprimés en France au seizième siècle, (27e livraison, Caen (suite), Bibliotheca Bibliographica Aureliana, 73) Baden-Baden, Koerner, 1978

Josef Benzing, Die Buchdrucker des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts im deutschen Sprachgebiet, in Beiträge zum Buch- und Bibliothekswesen, Band 12, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1963.

J.-C. Brunet, Manuel du libraire et de l'amateur de livres, Paris, 1861.

C. F. Bühler, ‘Chainlines versus imposition in incunabula’, Studies in bibliography, xxiii, 1970.

C. F. Bühler, ‘The earliest editions of Juvenal’, Studies in the Renaissance, 2, 1955.

C. F. Bühler, ‘On the Horace printed in Rome by Wendelinus de Wila or Bartholomaeus Guldinbeck’, La Bibliofilia, 1935, 376–80.

N. Catach, L’orthographe française à l'époque de la Renaissance, Geneva, 1968.

A. Claudin, The first Paris press. An account of the books printed for G. Fichet and J. Heynlin in the Sorbonne, 1470–1472, London: The Bibliographical Society, 1898.

Léopold Delisle, Catalogue des livres imprimés ou publiés a Caen avant le milieu du XVIe siecle, in: Bull. Soc. Antiquaires de Normandie, t. 23, 24, 1903, 1904.

Louis Desgraves [and others], Répertoire bibliographique des livres imprimés en France au XVIe siècle, Bibliotheca bibliographica Aureliana, 25, etc., Baden-Baden, Heitz, 1968–

Thomas Frognall Dibdin, An introduction to the knowledge of rare and valuable editions of the Greek and Latin classics : together with an account of polyglot bibles, polyglot psalters, Hebrew bibles, Greek bibles and Greek testaments; the Greek fathers, and the Latin fathers, London, 1827.

C. Dondi, ‘Printers and guilds in fifteenth-century Venice’, La Bibliofilia, cvi, 2004, 229–265.

J. Dunston, ‘Studies in Domizio Calderini’, Italia Medioevale e Humanistica, 11, (1968), 71–150.

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Victor Masséna, Prince d’Essling, Les livres à figures vénitiens de la fin du XVe siècle et du commencement du XVIe. 4 vols. Florence, 1907-14.

J. A. Fabricius, Bibliotheca latina nunc melius delecta rectius digesta et aucta, Leipzig, 1773, 1774.

C. Fahy, ‘Royal-paper copies of Aldine editions, 1494–1550’, Studies in Bibliography, 57, 2005–2006, 85-113.

Mariano Fava and Giovanni Bresciano, La stampa a Napoli nel XV secolo. 2 vols. Leipzig, 1911–12. (Sammlung bibliothekswissenschaftlicher Arbeiten, 32–33), no. 238.

H. G. Fletcher III, New Aldine Studies, San Fransisco, 1988.

D. F. Foxon ‘Some notes on agenda format’, The Library, 5, viii, 1953.

Edouard Frère, Manuel du bibliographe normand, Rouen, 1858.

Rinaldo Fulin, “Documenti per servire alla storia della tipografia veneziana”, Archivio Veneto, 23 (1882) 1, pp. 84-212.

Arnaldo Ganda, Filippo Cavagni da Lavagna: editore, tipografo, commerciante a Milano nel Quattrocento, Firenze, 2006.

Arnaldo Ganda, ‘Marco Roma’, La Bibliofilia, lxxxiii (1981) 97–112.

Arnaldo Ganda, I primordi della tipografia milanese: Antonio Zarotto da Parma (1471–1507). Florence: Olschki, 1984, pp . 40–48.

P. Gaskell, New Introduction to Bibliography, Oxford, 1972.

Henry Harrisse, Excerpta Colombina. Bibliographie de quatre cents pieces gothiques françaises, italiennes et latines, Paris, 1887.

W. and L. Hellinga, The fifteenth-century printing types of the Low Countries, Amsterdam, 1966, 2 vols.

Lotte Hellinga, Texts in Transit: Manuscript to Proof and Print in the Fifteenth Century, Leiden: Brill, 2014.

Imprimeurs & libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle. Ouvrage publié d’apres les manuscrits de Philippe Renouard, t. 2, Paris, 1969.

M. Kutter, Celio Secondo Curione: sein Leben und sein Werk, Basle, 1955.

P. de Labriolle and F. Villeneuve (eds), Juvénal. Satires, texte établi et traduit par Pierre de Labriolle et François Villeneuve. Septième edition, Paris, 1962.

H. W. Lawton, Térence en France au seizième siècle, Paris, 1926, reprinted .

Ronald B. McKerrow, An introduction to bibliography for literary students; introduction by David McKitterick, Winchester, 1994.

Morris Hicky Morgan, A bibliography of Persius, Cambridge (Massachusetts), 1909.

M. Lowry, Nicholas Jenson and the rise of Venetian publishing in Renaissance Europe, Oxford, Blackwell, 1991.

Paul Needham, ‘Aldus Manutius’ paper stocks: The evidence of two uncut books’, Princeton Library Chronicle, vol. 55 (1994), pp. 287-307, reprinted in The Same Purposeful Instinct: Essays in honour of William H. Scheide, edited by William P. Stoneman, Princeton, Princeton University Library, 1994, pp. 135-155.

Paul Needham, ‘ISTC as a tool for analytical bibliography’, in: Bibliography and the Study of 15th-Century Civilisation, British Library Occasional Papers, 5, London (1987) 39–54.

Holger Nickel, ‘Orations crossing the Alps’, in: Incunabula and their readers: Printing, selling and using books in the fifteenth century, ed. Kristian Jensen, London, British Library, 2003, 153–158.

F. J. Norton, Italian printers, 1501–1520, Cambridge, 1958.

Angela Nuovo, Alessandro Paganino 1509–1538, Padua, 1990.

Angela Nuovo, ‘La parte veneziana della collezione in-24° di Alessandro Paganini (1515–1516)’ in I primordi della stampa a Brescia, Padua, 1986, pp. 81–106.

Annaclara Cataldi Palau, Gian Francesco d’Asola e la tipografia Aldina. La vita, le edizioni, la biblioteca dell’Asolano. Genoa: 1998.

A. F. Parisi, Jacottino de Rubeis, Tipografo Pinerolese, (Biblioteca della Società pinerolese, I), Pinerolo, 1953.

William A. Pettas, The Giunti of Florence. A Renaissance printing and publishing family. A History of the Florentine firm and a Catalogue of the editions. Delaware, 2013.

Robert Proctor, The Printing of Greek in the fifteenth century, Oxford, 1900.

A.A. Renouard, Annales de l’imprimerie des Alde, Troisième édition, Paris, 1834, reprinted New Castle, Delaware, 1991.

Philippe Renouard, Bibliographie des éditions de Simon de Colines (1520–1546), Paris, 1894.

Philippe Renouard, Répertoire des imprimeurs parisiens, libraires, fondeurs de caractères et correcteurs d’imprimerie depuis l’introduction de l’Imprimerie à Paris (1470) jusqu’à la fin du seizième siècle, Paris, 1965.

Dennis Rhodes, The Library, 6, viii, 1986, p. 77, reviewing Marco Santoro, La stampa a Napoli nel Quattrocento (Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento Meridionale. Studi, no. 1) Napoli 1984,writing on Santoro no. 321.

Joseph William Ross, A Manual of classical bibliography, London, 1825, 2 vols.

Anne Rouzet, Dictionnaire des imprimeurs, libraires et éditeurs des XVe et XVIe siècles dans les limites géographiques de la Belgique actuelle, Nieuwkoop, 1975.

E. Sandal, Editori e tipografi a Milano nel Cinquecento, Baden-Baden, 1981.

Max Sander, Le livre à figures italien depuis 1467 jusqu’en 1530: essai de sa bibliographie et de son histoire. 6 vols. New York, 1941.

E. M. Sanford, ‘Iuuenalis’, in Catalogus translationum et commentariorum, ed. P. O. Kristeller, 1960, I, 175–238.

R. A. Sayce, ‘Compositorial practices and the localization of printed books, 1530-1800’, The Library, 5, xxi, 1966, 1–45.

Piero Scappecchi, ‘Johannes Philippus de Lignamine and two untraced editions’, The Library, 6th series, 12, 1990, 53–55.

V. Scholderer, ‘The first editions of Jacques le Rouge’ in Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1952, 47–49, reprinted in Fifty Essays in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century bibliography, ed. D. E. Rhodes, Amsterdam, 1966.

V. Scholderer, ‘Printing at Venice to the end of 1481’ (reprinted in Fifty Essays, ed. D. E. Rhodes, 1966).

D. J. Shaw, ‘The first English editions of Horace, Juvenal and Persius’, The Library, 5, xxv, 1970, 219–225.

D. J. Shaw, ‘Four early Parisian Juvenals’, Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1972, 142–47.

D. J. Shaw, ‘Books in 24° format by Pierre Vidoue’, Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1974.

D. J. Shaw, ‘“Ars formularia”: neo-Latin synonyms for printing’, The Library, 6, xi, 1989, 220-30.

D. J. Shaw, ‘The Lyons counterfeit of Aldus’s italic type: a new chronology’, The Italian Book, 1465–1800, British Library, 1993, 117–33.

D. J. Shaw, ‘Andreas Belfortis, first printer in Ferrara: a revised chronology of his output, 1471–1478’, La Bibliofilia, 105/1 (2003), 3–25.

D. J. Shaw, ‘Editions of the classics printed by the Officina Plantiniana in 24o format’, De Gulden Passer. Tijdschrift voor boekwetenschap, 89, no. 2 (2011) 249–255.

D. J. Shaw, ‘The one-pull press and printing on half sheets’,, 2016.

M. M. Smith, The title-page, its early development, 1460-1510, London and New Castle, 2000.

P. Tremoli, ‘Raffaele Zovenzoni: un umanista sulle due sponde dell’Adriatico’ in: V. Branca and S. Graciotti (eds), L’umanesimo in Istria, Florence, 1983.

D. B. Updike, Printing Types: Their History, Forms and Use, Harvard Univ. Press, 1922.

J. Veyrin-Forrer, ‘Aux origines de l’imprimerie française: l’atelier de la Sorbonne et ses mécènes (1470–1473)’, in La lettre & le texte: trente années de recherches sur l'histoire du livre, Paris, 1987.