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Lotter II: 1520) [Fig. 9]. g. his Ein anwysunge [. ] (Zurich, C. Froschauer: 1528), or S. g. his Die guldin Arch (Augsburg, H. Steiner: 1538). In Schwenckfeld’s editions we also sometimes see that indention is accompanied by a blank line. 16 Examples are De Bibel (Antwerp, W. Vorsterman: 1533), and Den Bibel (Antwerp, J. van Liesvelt: 1534) [Fig. 10]. The same goes for English bibles printed in Anwerp in the same period. Both the Poliphilus editions, a few French-language examples, and above all German and Dutch examples, show that indented paragraphs appear from time to time in books in the vernacular.

There were also moral schemes, making heads and subheads out of well-known systems for categorising types of behaviour. When their entries were distributed under the Seven Virtues and the Deadly Sins, or the Ten Commandments, or the virtues and vices as catalogued by St Thomas Aquinas, commonplace books were vehicles for adjusting extracts from pagan classical writers to a Christian ethic. On the other hand, commonplace books imprinted pagan moral categories on the minds of their com- 7 In the most successful printed commonplace book of all time, Illustrium poetarum flores, first printed in 1538, the sequence of main headings was alphabetically arranged, and divided into sub-groups by captions, as recommended by Erasmus in De copia [Fig.

P. de Lomatio: 1496) (= 1a). In non-rubricated copies, of course, we find a block of white, as in Thomas a Kempis, Meditationes (Basle, J. Amerbach and J. Petri: [before 1489]) [Fig. 3, = 1]. Printed paragraph marks which separate paragraphs also appear in the incunabula period, although they are never applied consistently within a single edition. An example is the Ordre of chyvalry (Westminster, W. 11 True indented paragraphs do indeed occasionally appear before 1500, but even then they are applied incidentally and not consistently in the same edition, as we see in Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae (Venice, N.

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