Aldine Press, 1494-1598, the first century of scholarly printing

an exhibition of books from libraries in the San Francisco Bay area designed to illustrate the contributions of the Aldine Press to Renaissance scholarship and learning. by Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections.

Publisher: Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries in Stanford, Calif

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Manuzio family -- Exhibitions.,
  • Scholarly publishing -- Italy -- Venice -- History -- Exhibitions.,
  • Printing -- Italy -- Venice -- History -- Exhibitions.,
  • Renaissance -- Italy -- Venice -- Exhibitions.,
  • Venice (Italy) -- Imprints -- Library resources -- Exhibitions.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ232.M3 S8 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination[8] p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21394451M

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The year marks the th anniversary of the death of the great printer and publisher Aldus Manutius (c. ), an Italian humanist scholar who founded the Aldine Press at Venice in His publishing legacy includes scholarly editions of classical authors, the introduction of italic type, and the development of books in small formats.

31 October – 25 JanuarySir John Ritblatt Treasures Gallery, British Library (96 Euston Rd, London NW1 2DB). Curated by Paolo Sachet, Jill Kraye and Stephen Parkin This exhibition focuses on two interrelated topics. Firstly, it investigates the major achievements of the Aldine press in relation to early printed books such as the development of pocket-size format, Greek and.

Aldus maintained his scholarly interests and his standing as a scholar: his printing house became a celebrated meeting point for learned men from all over Europe, some of whom contributed directly to the firm’s editions, and his last book published in the year of his deathalso in the display, was his own Greek grammar on which he had.

The year marks the th anniversary of the death of Aldus Manutius, founder of the famous Aldine press at Venice. A wide range of activities are taking place worldwide to commemorate the occasion, including a free exhibition in the Sir John Ritblat Treasures Gallery at the British Library, entitled “Collecting the Renaissance: the Aldine Press ”.

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The first edition published in Greek by the Aldine press was the grammar of Constantine Lascaris, a fifteenth-century Greek scholar who, like many other Greeks, came to Italy in the wake of the fall of Constantinople in The city, as famous for its free institutions as for its art, in the first half of the fifteenth century had come under the tutelage of a family of traders and bankers, the wealthy Medici, who preserved the republican forms, and for a while, under Lorenzo de' Medici (−), surnamed the Magnificent, made Florence the center of Italian.