Type 2:109Gr bei Demetrius Chalcondylas, Johannes Bissolus und Benedictus Mangius (Mailand, Offizin 28)


Bezeichnung (nach GW) Type 2:109Gr
Größe (20 Z.) 109mm (Haebler: 117)
TW-ID ma09069
Beschreibung Weiterverwendung von Type 1:109Gr bei Bartholomaeus Justinopolitanus (Venedig, Offizin 143), mit Veränderungen
BMC VI 792: "109 Gk. [P. 2], cursive text type, being the type used by the printers at Venice (Pelusius, Bracius, Bissolus and Mangius 109 Gk. [P. 1]) (= Type 1:109Gr bei Bartholomaeus Justinopolitanus (Venedig, Offizin 143)), with extensive alterations, summarized by Proctor as follows: '(i) duplication of existing sorts, or new letters to replace old ... a completely new set of χ and δ compounds (ii) fresh combinations, whether (a) double ... (b) extension of three-letter compounds ... (c) larger compounds much contracted, after the fashion of the first Aldine type; the most striking is the sign for ἀντὶ τοῦ ... (iii) a largely increased use of the separate contractions fixed on to other letters or raised above the line.'"
Nutzungszeit 1499-1499


Jahr Ort Drucker Datierung Beleg
1499-11-15 + + + M44268



  • BMC VI 792,Facs.58: 109Gk [P.2]
  • Hae: Ital. Wieg.dr. Taf. 22