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Kawecka-Gryczowa, Drukarze dawnej Polski od XV do XVIII wieku, vol. 1(1). (Wroc∑aw, 1983), esp. 44–62, 299–313, 325–52; R. Bartolomäus, “Justus Ludwig Decius: Ein deutscher Kaufmann und polnischer Staatsmann (1485–1545),” APM 35 (1898), 63, 75–76, 85; A. Swierk, “Hieronymous Vietor (Wietor): Ein Pioneer des polnischen Buchdrucks im 16. Jahrhundert,” GJB (1976), 194–99. commerce, books, and decrees 37 Hans Weinreich printed in Danzig until 1524, when he relocated to Königsberg in what was about to become Ducal Prussia.
Reform propagandists also appealed to the common people by way of the vernacular dialogue pamphlet (Dialogus or Gesprächbüchlein). Often published anonymously, it featured the defence of heterodox positions by the simple ordinary man and was the most common type of pamphlet produced in Germany between 1518 and 1526. The greatest number of publications came from Augsburg, followed by Strasbourg, Erfurt, and Nürnberg. Although they circulated in German towns farther north, none appear to have originated there.
Binders took books as payment and resold them, thus becoming entrepreneurs as well as craftsmen. 53 Königsberg’s maritime trade also meant that imprints could reach other Baltic ports, including those in the eastern Teutonic territories where there were no printing houses. Though remote from the great metropolitan centres and commercial entrepôts of the west, the Livonian lands of the Teutonic Order were connected to a wider world through trade. Hinterland towns—Dorpat, Wolmar, and others—facilitated a network along which grain, furs, ﬂax, and forest products passed to the Hanse ports of Riga and Reval.