, Printer of Basel: A Biographical Profile and Catalogue of His Editions
Rademaker, ss.cc, which were first printed in Basel by Johann Froben in September, 1524.
The Paraclesis may well be the shortest writing included in ASD, V-7, but like the Concio de puero Iesu it was also one of the most successful: first printed in Basel by Johann Froben in February, 1516 as a preface to Erasmus' Novum instrumentum, the exhortation went through more than sixty editions and translations before the year 1540.
, the great Basel printer who was Erasmus' chief publisher for much of his life, brought out the first printed ibbur in 1527.
Among the significant early printers represented are Wynkyn de Worde, Johann Froben
and the Aldine Press.
Crousaz begins with a brief survey of Erasmus's contacts with the main printers with whom he worked: Josse Bade in Paris, Aldus Manutius in Venice, Dirk Martens in Louvain, and, above all, Johann Froben
and his successors in Basel.
Wootton also bases his translation upon the third edition, which was supervised by Beatus Rhenanus and Erasmus and published in Basel by Erasmus's printer, Johann Froben
. The March 1518 edition was accompanied by collections of epigrams by More and Erasmus.
The years 1514-1516 proved especially formative: here, in working with the printer Johann Froben
, Erasmus came to understand that printing could be seen and used as a form of rhetoric, serving as a type of delivery (the fifth and final part of rhetoric) that helped take the reader where the author wanted him or her to go.
Like Jerome also, Erasmus wanted to "unite eloquence and piety" (19), and he labored over an edition (with annotations and a Life) of Jerome's letters, which include treatises, commentaries, etc., and occupy four volumes of the nine volume Opera omnia of Jerome that was published by Johann Froben
Heesakkers, "Jacobus Eyndius"; Etienne Wolff, "Johann Albert Fabricius"; Alexandre Vanautgaerden, "Johann Froben
"; Pierre Petitmengin, "Sigismundus Gelenius"; Antonio Iurilli, "Giacinto Gimma"; Jean-Louis Charlet, "Francesco Mario Grapaldo"; Philip Ford, "Gabriel Harvey"; Catherine Magnien, "Gentien Hervet"; Jan W.