Antiquæ Libri - The Archaeology of the
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In this volume Van Der Linde examines the Coster-question concerning the argument that printing was invented in the Netherlands at Haarlem by Lourens Janszoon Coster rather than Johannes Gutenberg in the German city of Mainz. --
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