Definitions for "Incunabula"
The first generation of printed books, which were printed in scripts resembling the current bookhands of the times. Generally without much thought to textual editing or correction. In western Europe, these were produced from about 1460-1500.
Books printed in movable type before 1501. In the USA the qualifying date is regarded as pre 1701
Refers to books published before the year 1501.
Incunabula is the name of a quality small press based in Seattle, Washington, United States. The company is under the sole proprietorship of Ron Drummond, who serves as publisher, editor, and production manager. The company's distinctive logo, consisting of a photograph of pieces of type arranged in two vertical columns that spell out the company name, was designed by Nick Gregoric from an idea by Drummond.
Incunabula is a 1984 computer game by Avalon Hill. It was designed by Steve Estvanik. It is the original computerized version of Avalon Hill's Civilization board game.
Incunabula, released by Warp Records in 1993, is the debut album by the electronic music group Autechre, and the seventh album in the Artificial Intelligence series.