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woodcut

[′wu̇d‚kət]
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20) Nevertheless, since all the books so far identified are Korean typographic or xylographic editions printed before 1600 and in view of the difficulties in acquiring Korean books during the Edo period (see below), the likelihood is that most of the 242 titles entered Shorin's hands in the 1590s in the wake of the invasion of Korea.
The other popular xylographic editions of Kagyur such as Derge, Narthang and sTog manuscript and Ulan Bator copy of Them spangs ma manuscript also supports the readings with the insertion of these lines.
Xylographic block-printing of individual pages of the Quran was widespread in Cairo as early as the tenth century, and similar engraved blocks were used to stamp sacks in the markets of Islamic Spain a century later.
The development and expansion of Sibao's publishing operations were heavily shaped by local circumstances: geographical isolation, fortuitous access to raw materials, strong lineage, and ethnic (Hakka) identities, as well as the inherent simplicity and portability of xylographic printing.
Her demonstration of the simultaneous application of xylographic images (from a single carved block) and movable type offers a critical challenge to received notions of the fixity and mobility of print culture in this period.