Vićenco Vuković

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Count palatine
Vićenco Vuković
Native name Вићентије Вуковић
Died Republic of Venice
Citizenship Republic of Venice
Known for Son of and successor to the founder of the Serbian Venetian Printing House, Božidar Vuković.
Notable work tajnopis (reprint)
Triod postnyj (1560-1561, with Stefan Marinović)
Children Justina
Parent(s) Božidar Vuković
Della Vechia

Vićentije "Vićenco" Vuković (Serbian Cyrillic: Вићентије Вуковић, Latin: Vincenzo della Vecchia; fl. 1560–71) was one of the major Serbian printers and editors in the Republic of Venice, and son of the predecessor, Božidar Vuković, and partner of Jerolim Zagurović, Jakov of Kamena Reka and Stefan Marinović. He had succeeded the noble title from his father (conte palladin), but was patriotically self-styled as Serbian Despot (Servie Despot), since the last official Serbian Despot, Pavle Bakić, had died in 1537.

His father's books were so popular that until 1561 Vićenco had only published reprints of his fathers books and successfully sold them.[1] The reprints include Октоих петогласник reprinted in 1560, based on the 1537 edition.[2]

In 1561 Stefan Marinović printed his first book in printing house of Vićenco Vuković.[3] Vuković's printing press was used by Jakov of Kamena Reka in 1566 when he printed the Book of Hours.[4][5] In 1571 Jakov again rented printing press of Vićenco Vuković[6]

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  • Name: Vićenco, Vićenzo, Vićentije

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  1. ^ Istorija srpskog naroda: knj. Srbi pod tuđinskom vlašđu, 1537-1699 (2 v.). Srpska književna zadruga. 1993. p. 349. 
  2. ^ Martinović, Dušan J.; (Cetinje)., Centralna narodna biblioteka Republike Crne Gore "Đurđe Crnojević" (2002). 160 years of the National Library of Montenegro. Crnogorska akademija nauka i umjetnosti. p. 380. 
  3. ^ Medaković, Dejan; Ostrogorski, Georgije (1958). Grafika srpskih štampanih knjiga XV-XVII veka (in Serbian). Naučno delo. p. 170. Retrieved 22 December 2013. ...Стефан Мариновић штампао своју прву књигу у штампарији Вићенца Вуковића... 
  4. ^ Mijović, Pavle (1987). Kulture Crne Gore. Leksikografski zavod Crne Gore. p. 310. Retrieved 25 December 2013. It was inherited by his son Vicen- cio, from whom Jakov of Kamena Reka took over... 
  5. ^ Glasnik na Institutot za nacionalna istorija. Institut. 1995. p. 110. 
  6. ^ Georgevich, Dragoslav; Maric, Nikola; Moravcevich, Nicholas; Ljubica D. Popovich (1977). Serbian Americans and their communities in Cleveland. Cleveland State University. p. 211. Retrieved 26 December 2013. However, it was leased, first to a Stefan from Skadar and again in 1571 to a certain Jakov from Kamena Reka. 

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