Wolfgang Köpfel

Wolf[gang] Köpfel (also Köpffel, Köpphel, Cephal[a]eus; fl. 1522–1554) was a Strasbourg printer in the period of the early Reformation. He printed, for instance, works by Martin Luther, which amounted to around a third of his publications, and Matthäus Zell.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Köpf(f)el, Wolfgang at www.deutsche-biographie.de, based on: Lülfing, Hans. "Köpffel, Wolfgang", pp. 366–368 in Vol. 12 of Neue Deutsche Biographie, 1979.
  2. ^ Jakob Franck. "Köpfel, Wolfgang", pp. 659–661 in Vol. 16 of Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie. Historical Commission of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, 1882.