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An incunable (plural incunabula) is a book, pamphlet or broadside printed in Europe before 1501. This category is for articles specifically discussing or focusing on editions printed in the 15th century (such as the Gutenberg Bible), rather than articles generally discussing classical or Biblical works even though those works might have been printed in that time period. It also includes related articles such as scholars who studied incunabula and important works on incunabula.


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