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(1450-1900)

Appointment of Academic Printer at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen (1539)

Source: Københavns Universitet: Pergamentsbreve (1479-1776) b-4: 1539 6 10, fol. 13r. Location: The Danish National Archives.

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Appointment of Academic Printer at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen (1539), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
The Foundation and Regulations of the University of Copenhagen.

Full title original language:
Fundats og ordninans for Københavns Universitet.

Abstract:
The University Fundatio of 1539 granted special privileges to the University Printer, which remained in force throughout the early modern period. It served to centralise the production of academic and royal printed works, and the University Printer was granted exclusive rights to these printed publications.

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Bibliography:
  • Fink-Jensen, Morten, ed. Fundats og ordinans for Københavns Universitet 1539. Translated by Niels W. Bruun, Peter Fisher, and Finn Gredal Jensen. Copenhagen: Gads, 2020.


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1539: Appointment of Academic Printer at the University of Copenhagen

Author: Christian I of Denmark

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Year: 1539

Location: Copenhagen

Language: Latin

Source: Københavns Universitet: Pergamentsbreve (1479-1776) b-4: 1539 6 10, fol. 13r. Location: The Danish National Archives.

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University of Copenhagen

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Keywords:
employer/employee relations
privileges
universities

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