Hieronim Wietor (ca. 1480–1546), a printer and bookseller in Vienna and Kraków. He came from Lubomierz near Jelenia Góra. In 1499 he received a baccalaureate degree at the Krakow Academy. From 1510 he printed in Vienna, and at the end of 1517 he came to Krakow, where he began printing and publishing the following year. Wietor was a typical Renaissance printer. He published, among others, Erasmus of Rotterdam. He brought to Krakow an antique cut, similar to the writings of Nicolas Jenson from Venice. He also brought a Renaissance Italian, the model of which were the fonts of the first printing italics from the Aldus Manutius publishing house, by the stamp Francesco Griffo. He introduced decorative italics on his presses, modeled on the Italian chancellery. He was the first in Poland to use the fractal for warehouses in Polish. The printing house after Wietor was taken over by the widow Barbara, and then, with her hand, by another husband, Łazarz Andrysowic. From then on, it was known as Drukarnia Łazarzowa, the family publishing house of the architypographer Jan Januszowski. About Fiol and his printing house in: Old Polish Printers from the 15th to the 18th Century, vol. 1, Małopolska, part 1, XV – XVI century. Ossolineum 1983.