Posts Tagged ‘Robert Estienne’

October 15

In a report read before the full Faculty of the University of Paris, on October 15, 1532 the censors discussed the bible printed by Robert Estienne in “round character,” i.e. roman type, and stated that they “did not observe that anything had been altered in the text used by the Church.” Estienne was therefore allowed [...]

June 20

Robert Estienne the Paris printer, published on June 20, 1536 Seminarium, written by his brother Charles,a professor of Greek. This volume was but one of thirteen edited and printed by Estienne between the end of April and the end of September of that year. During a twenty-five year period the great scholar-printer printed some 465 [...]