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in·cu·na·ble

 (ĭn-kyo͞o′nə-bəl)
n.
An incunabulum.

[French, from New Latin incūnābulum; see incunabulum.]

incunable

(ɪnˈkjuːnəbəl)
n
a less common singular form of incunabula

in•cu•na•ble

(ɪnˈkyu nə bəl)

n.
a book from a collection of incunabula; incunabulum.
[1885–90; < French < Latin incūnābulum. See incunabula]
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There are over 6,000 volumes in the collection which also includes about 30 incunable (books printed before 1501).
Jose Manuel Lucia Megias, "Enredando con el teatro espanol de los Siglos de Oro en la web: de los materiales actuales a las plataformas de edicion" (85-129), presenta un panorama de los portales que sobre este teatro en el periodo indicado "pueden encontrarse en la actualidad en este nuevo medio, estando todavia en un momento inicial de un largo proceso de cambios, que podemos definir como de incunable del hipertexto."
Some have characterized our present era as the incunable stage of digital knowledge management.
Mak describes how the Bibliotheque Francois Mitterand, where twenty-two manuscript and incunable versions of Buonaccorso's text are preserved, separates these versions according to their production, subject matter, language, and monetary value.