Răspândirea cărţii româneşti vechi în estul Moldovei în sec. XVI-XIX
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CERETEU, Igor. Răspândirea cărţii româneşti vechi în estul Moldovei în sec. XVI-XIX. In: Revista de Istorie a Moldovei. 2018, nr. 3(115), pp. 19-38. ISSN 1857-2022.
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Revista de Istorie a Moldovei
Numărul 3(115) / 2018 / ISSN 1857-2022

Răspândirea cărţii româneşti vechi în estul Moldovei în sec. XVI-XIX

The spread of the old romanian books in eastern moldova in the 16th -19th centuries


CZU: 94:09(478)"XV-XVIII"
Pag. 19-38

Cereteu Igor
 
Institutul de Istorie
 
Disponibil în IBN: 21 februarie 2019


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This article dealt with the spread of old Romanian books in eastern Moldova during XVI-XIX centuries, i.e. from the invention of printing in 1508 until the end of the modern period of Romanian books. The whole period is divided into four distinct stages depending on the intensity of the bibliophile values entered in the area under consideration. The fi rst period covers the chronological frame from the fi rst printed book in 1508 (Liturgy of Macarie) to the end of the eighteenth century. The second stage ranges from the early eighteenth century to the early nineteenth century. The third stage ranges from the early nineteenth century until 1830. The fourth period span includes early forties to the late nineteenth century. Printed books are found in greater numbers in eastern Moldova after the establishment of printing houses Neamt Monastery (1806) and Chisinau (1814). The most numerous are the books printed in Bucharest, Chisinau, Neamt Monastery, then followed by books issued from the printing houses of Iasi, Râmnic, Buzau, Blaj, Sibiu, Buda etc.

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owner, monastery, proprietary, boyar, yeoman, old man, border, the law of the country, estate, village.