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1 - Base des éditions parisiennes du 16ème siecle (BP16)

Category: Database.
Place: Paris.
Institution: Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Launched in: 2014.
Rédigée d’après les manuscrits de Philippe Renouard (1862-1934) conservés à la Réserve des livres rares de la Bibliothèque nationale de France...
Keywords: print culture, 16c prints, printer, publisher, networks, archives, bibliography, book history, cataloging, digital humanities, early modern studies, history of printing, French Renaissance, hand-press, typography.
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2 - Base de typographie de la Renaissance (BaTyR)

Categories: Database, Digitization.
Place: Tours.
Institutions: Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance, Université François-Rabelais de Tours.
Launched in: 2014.
BaTyR réunit des données photographiques relatives aux matériels employés dans les ateliers d’imprimeurs à la Renaissance...
Keywords: print culture, 16c prints, printer, publisher, workshop, bibliography, book history, digital humanities, early modern studies, Renaissance studies.
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3 - Filigranes pour Tous

Category: Database.
Place: Paris.
Institution: École nationale des chartes.
Launched in: 2017.
Le projet « Filigranes pour tous » vise à permettre le développement d'un outil de reconnaissance et d'identification partagées, sous forme entre autres d’une application pour smartphone, pour le papier médiéval et moderne...
Keywords: paper, watermark, Briquet.
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4 - La Tabula de la bibliothèque commune du collège de Sorbonne (c. 1550)

5 - 15cBOOKTRADE

Categories: Database, Research project.
Place: Oxford.
Institution: University of Oxford.
Launched in: 2016.
Books printed between 1450 and 1500 are known as incunabula. Some 30,000 editions are known today, in some 450,000 surviving copies, located in about 4,000 different public libraries, mostly in Europe and North America...
Keywords: library, incunabula, reader, book history, cataloging.
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6 - Early Modern Book Trade (EMoBookTrade)

Category: Research project.
Place: Udine.
Institution: Università degli Studi di Udine.
Launched in: 2016.
This project will explore the idea – and gather the evidence to prove it – that the so-called printing revolution does not consist in a change in book-making technology...
Keywords: 16c prints, book trade, relations between readers and/or books producers, circulation of people and material, networks, book history, economic history, history of printing, italian studies, Renaissance studies.
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7 - Universal Short Title Catalogue (USTC)

Category: Database.
Place: Saint Andrews.
Institution: University of St Andrews.
Launched in: 2011.
The USTC is a collective database of all books published in Europe between the invention of printing and the end of the sixteenth century...
Keywords: 16c prints, cataloging, digital humanities.
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8 - Incunabula Short Title (ISTC)

Category: Database.
Place: London.
Institution: British Library.
Launched in: 1994.
The Incunabula Short Title Catalogue is the international database of 15th-century European printing created by the British Library with contributions from institutions worldwide...
Keywords: incunabula, cataloging, digital humanities.
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9 - Biblyon

Categories: Association / Society, Web portal.
Place: Lyon.
Launched in: 2007.
Biblyon regroupe des projets de recherches portés par des établissements et centres de recherche lyonnais...
Keywords: book culture, book trade, book history, French Renaissance.
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10 - Biblissima

Categories: Database, Research project, Web portal.
Place: Paris.
Launched in: 2012.
Biblissima est une bibliothèque numérique sur le web, donnant accès de façon simple et coordonnée à un ensemble massif et complexe de documentation sur les manuscrits et les imprimés anciens...
Keywords: book culture, library, digital humanities, early modern studies, medieval studies .
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