The first edition of the Naembouck by Joos Lambrecht (1546)

The first edition of the Naembouck by Joos Lambrecht (1546) The first edition of the Naembouck by Joos Lambrecht (1546) Philologists and lexicographers in the Netherlands are familiar with thc Naem- bouck by the Ghent printer Joos Lambrecht; an edition of the text, with com- mentary by Rene Verdcycn,l was published in 1946. This was based on the only known copy (in the Museum Plantin-Moretus at Antwerp) of the second edition of the Naembouck, printed by Hcndrik van den Keere at Ghent in z $6a. It was a source of great regret to Professor Vcrdcycn that he did not have the first edition at his disposal - though, as it happens, even in thc T6th ccntury the book seems to have been a rarity: `...already unobtainable for many years, not te be found and much sought after...'2 - It will therefore be a matter of great rcjoicing to philologists and bibliographers alike, that a copy of the first edition has recently come to light.3 A year or two ago, and purely by chance, Professor W. Hcllinga came across a copy of this supposedly lost edition in the library of the Groot-Seminarie at Warmond in the Netherlands, which library is now incorporated in that of the Roman Catholic Theological http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quaerendo Brill

The first edition of the Naembouck by Joos Lambrecht (1546)

Quaerendo, Volume 1 (1): 13 – Jan 1, 1971

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Brill
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© 1971 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0014-9527
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1570-0690
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10.1163/157006971X00040
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The first edition of the Naembouck by Joos Lambrecht (1546) Philologists and lexicographers in the Netherlands are familiar with thc Naem- bouck by the Ghent printer Joos Lambrecht; an edition of the text, with com- mentary by Rene Verdcycn,l was published in 1946. This was based on the only known copy (in the Museum Plantin-Moretus at Antwerp) of the second edition of the Naembouck, printed by Hcndrik van den Keere at Ghent in z $6a. It was a source of great regret to Professor Vcrdcycn that he did not have the first edition at his disposal - though, as it happens, even in thc T6th ccntury the book seems to have been a rarity: `...already unobtainable for many years, not te be found and much sought after...'2 - It will therefore be a matter of great rcjoicing to philologists and bibliographers alike, that a copy of the first edition has recently come to light.3 A year or two ago, and purely by chance, Professor W. Hcllinga came across a copy of this supposedly lost edition in the library of the Groot-Seminarie at Warmond in the Netherlands, which library is now incorporated in that of the Roman Catholic Theological

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Published: Jan 1, 1971

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