Here are some early printed editions of medieval texts. They're all English except one.
Richard Pynson was a truly great printer. Woodcut of royal arms for the frontispiece.
The third collected edition of Chaucer and regarded as the first complete edition because it has the Plowman's Tale (placed before the Parson's Tale). Subsequent editions followed suit in this placement.
Compare the title page of TCU's copy with that of the Folger Library's copy (3r). What do you notice? What does this tell you about an edition of an early printed book?
The Historie of Cambria is a composite work. Based on the twelfth-century medieval history of Caradoc of Llancarvan, written in Welsh, it was translated into English by Welsh antiquarian Humphrey Llwyd in the sixteenth century. David Powell added to Llwyd's work, thereby creating the first printed history of Wales. It is illustrated throughout with woodcuts from Holinshed's Chronicle.