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The article challenges the common assumption that the first Hebrew book printed in Poland was a Bible printed in 1530. They discuss a book of Selihot (prayers) now in the Ossolinski library in Wroclaw, which was fraudulently dated as published in 1532 but was most certainly published after 1537. The authors carefully establish that the assumption of the 1530 Bible was a result of a bibliographic error that was repeated by scholars over two centuries. They conclude that Hebrew printing was not established in Poland before 1534 when Shaarei Dura was published.
Teter, Magda and Fram, Edward, "Matai nosad ha-defus ha-`ivri be-Qraqov? [Hebrew: When Did Hebrew Printing Begin in Cracow?]" (2005). Division II Faculty Publications. Paper 51.