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
Quaerendo – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1971
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