volume 44, issue 1-2, P57-90 2014
DOI: 10.1163/15700690-12341290
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Abstract: Among the defenses of the antiquity of the Carmelite order that were published by Belgian Carmelites against the Jesuit authors of the Acta Sanctorum during the 1680s are found several false imprints. A close examination of typographic orna ments locates the true printers of these editions in the same cities as their authors in Antwerp, Brussels, and Louvain. These and other Belgian printers are also found to be responsible for a number of other false or outsourced imprints, many connected with contemporary t…

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