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2013 | 55 |
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Uprzywilejowane drukarnie we Lwowie doby staropolskiej

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W artykule nie zamieszczono polskiego abstraktu
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As in many cities of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the owners of some printing houses in Lwów benefited from privileges granted by the King and catholic or orthodox authorities. Printing houses took advantage of royal rather than city jurisdiction as it made them exempted from certain obligations of citizenship (taxation, fees), guaranteed copyright protection and provided with monopoly power. Among the most prominent privileged printers and booksellers in Lwów were: Paweł Józef Golczewski, Jan Filipowicz, Józef Moscicki, Szlichtyn brothers, Michał Sloska and “Stauropigialna” printing house.
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55
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2013
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2015-05-21
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_17951_fb_2013_55_11
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