Paratext in the Manuscripts of Hartmann Schedel
Merisalo, O. (2019). Paratext in the Manuscripts of Hartmann Schedel. In R. Brown-Grant, P. Carmassi, G. Drossbach, A. D. Hedeman, V. Turner, & I. Ventura (Eds.), Inscribing Knowledge in the Medieval Book : the Power of Paratexts (pp. 289-303). De Gruyter. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 66. https://doi.org/10.1515/9781501513329-014
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