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Nieuwe Tijdinghen (in English also known as the Antwerp Gazette) is the contemporary name cataloguers and bibliographers have given to the first Flemish newspaper, which was published without a single fixed title. News was printed from across Western and Central Europe. From 15 February 1620 consecutive signatures were used on each issue, so that they could be collected and bound as a set. From 8 January 1621 issues were numbered consecutively on the front page.

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  • Nieuwe Tijdinghen (también conocida como la Gaceta Antwerp) es el nombre contemporáneo que los bibliógrafos le han dado al primer periódico flamenco, publicado sin un título fijo. Se publicaban noticias de Europa central y occidental. Desde el 15 de febrero de 1620, diferentes firmas se usaron en cada edición, de manera que pudieran ser coleccionadas y reunidas en un conjunto. Desde el 8 de enero de 1621, las ediciones fueron numeradas consecutivamente en la portada. El periódico consignaba un amplio rango de noticias generales, y a veces incluía comentarios satíricos, polémicos o celebratorios, versos, canciones y oraciones. Cada edición era ilustrada con xilografías en la portada, y ocasionalmente con otras en las páginas interiores. La perspectiva editorial era abiertamente católica y pro-Habsburgo.​ La publicación contaba con autorización, y casi todos los números tienen las iniciales del canon de la catedral de Antwerp que actuaba como censor eclesiástico. Varias ediciones se conservan en la British Library (1620-1621), la Biblioteca de la Universidad de Gante, la (1620-1625) y la Biblioteca Real de Bélgica (1622-1628).​ (es)
  • Nieuwe Tijdinghen (in English also known as the Antwerp Gazette) is the contemporary name cataloguers and bibliographers have given to the first Flemish newspaper, which was published without a single fixed title. News was printed from across Western and Central Europe. From 15 February 1620 consecutive signatures were used on each issue, so that they could be collected and bound as a set. From 8 January 1621 issues were numbered consecutively on the front page. The newspaper carried a wide range of general news, and sometimes included celebratory, polemical or satirical comments, verses, songs and prayers. Each issue was illustrated with a woodcut on the front page, and occasionally with further woodcuts on the back pages. The editorial perspective was outspokenly Catholic and pro-Habsburg. Publication was licensed by the authorities, and almost all issues bear the initials of the canon of Antwerp cathedral who acted as ecclesiastical censor. Considerable runs are preserved in the British Library (1620-1621), Ghent University Library, the Erfgoedbibliotheek Hendrik Conscience (1620-1625) and the Royal Library of Belgium (1622-1628). (en)
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  • Nieuwe Tijdinghen (también conocida como la Gaceta Antwerp) es el nombre contemporáneo que los bibliógrafos le han dado al primer periódico flamenco, publicado sin un título fijo. Se publicaban noticias de Europa central y occidental. Desde el 15 de febrero de 1620, diferentes firmas se usaron en cada edición, de manera que pudieran ser coleccionadas y reunidas en un conjunto. Desde el 8 de enero de 1621, las ediciones fueron numeradas consecutivamente en la portada. (es)
  • Nieuwe Tijdinghen (in English also known as the Antwerp Gazette) is the contemporary name cataloguers and bibliographers have given to the first Flemish newspaper, which was published without a single fixed title. News was printed from across Western and Central Europe. From 15 February 1620 consecutive signatures were used on each issue, so that they could be collected and bound as a set. From 8 January 1621 issues were numbered consecutively on the front page. (en)
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