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The Social World of the First Christians: Essays in Honor of Wayne A. Meeks [White, L. Michael, Yarbrough, O. Larry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Social World of the First Christians: Essays in Honor of Wayne A. MeeksCited by: "The social world of Nicholas Jenson and John of Cologne", La Bibliofilia 83/3 (): Pozza, N. "L'editoria Veneziana da Giovanni da Spira ad Aldo Manuzio", in La stampa degli incunaboli nel Veneto, Saggi e note (Verona: tipografia Editoriale Aldo Manuzio, ), An important reminder of the invaluable strains of socialist thought throughout American political history, from fighting despotism to creating universal health care. ‘The social world of Nicholas Jensen and John of Cologne’, Bibliofilia (). Lowry, M.J.C., Nicholas Jenson and the Rise of Venetian Publishing in Renaissance Europe (Oxford, ) Lowry, M.J.C., ‘Venetian Capital, German Technology and Renaissance Culture in the Later Fifteenth Century’, Renaissance Studies (), 1–
‘The social world of Nicholas Jensen and John of Cologne’, Bibliofilia (). Lowry, M.J.C., Nicholas Jenson and the Rise of Venetian Publishing in Renaissance Europe (Oxford, ) Lowry, M.J.C., ‘ Venetian Capital, German Technology and Renaissance Culture in the Later Fifteenth Century ’, Renaissance Studies (), 1– Nicholas Jenson was a French engraver, pioneer, printer and type designer who carried out most of his work in Venice, Italy. Jenson acted as Master of the French Royal Mint at Tours, and is credited with being the creator of one of the finest early Roman type faces. Nicholas Jenson has been something of an iconic figure among students of early printing since the nineteenth century when the aesthete William Morris . Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume ) Abstract This publication discusses the issue of copyright literacy as a key element in the management of memory institutions in the context of digital information environment and includes issues regarding the law enforcement and the use of Open Access. Baxandall, M. () Painting and Experience in Fifteenth Century Italy: A Primer in the Social History of Pictorial Style. 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Berek, P. () ‘“The Jew as Renaissance Man” [in] Renaissance Quarterly’, Renaissance Quarterly, 51(1), pp. –
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