2 edition of sixteenth century Greek book in Italy found in the catalog.
sixteenth century Greek book in Italy
by Istituto ellenico di studi bizantini e postbizantini di Venezia in Venice
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -595) and index.
|Series||Library of the Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and post-Byzantine studies ;, 16, Bibliothèque de l"Insitute hellénique d"études byzantines et post-byzantines de Venise ;, 16.|
|LC Classifications||Z228.G74 L38 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 611 p. :|
|Number of Pages||611|
|LC Control Number||95163809|
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Printers and publishers for the Greek world. Venice: Library of the Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and post-Byzantine Studies No. 16,- Volume 20 - David Holton For a comprehensive list on the subject, see Marvin J.
Heller, The Sixteenth Century Hebrew Book (Leiden: Brill, ), Vol. II, pp. One important addition to the growing bibliography is the recently-published collection of essays in The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy, eds. Joseph R. Hacker and Adam Shear (Philadelphia: University In Literature and Artistic Practice in the Sixteenth Century Angela Cerasuolo, art historian and restorer, tracks the technical processes of painting through the cross-analysis of literary texts and works of art.
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