editio princeps

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editio princeps

(ɪˈdɪʃɪəʊ ˈprɪnsɛps)
n, pl editiones principes (ɪˌdɪʃɪˈəʊniːz ˈprɪnsɪˌpiːz)
(Journalism & Publishing) the first printed edition of a work

e•di•ti•o prin•ceps

(ɛˈdɪt ɪˌoʊ ˈprɪŋ kɛps; Eng. ɪˈdɪʃ iˌoʊ ˈprɪn sɛps)

pl. e•di•ti•o•nes prin•ci•pes (ɛˌdɪt ɪˈoʊ nɛs ˈprɪŋ kɪˌpɛs; Eng. ɪˌdɪʃ iˈoʊ niz ˈprɪn səˌpiz)
Latin. first edition.
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More advanced students will likely need to supplement their reading with the editiones principes of relevant texts.
The usual successes are duly noted, including the Greek editiones principes which changed the face of European scholarship, the transferral of the octavo format from devotional to literary texts, and the development of roman and italic type founts, both influential and pleasing.
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