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Aldus Pius Manutius.

Theodore Low De Vinne

Aldus Pius Manutius.

by Theodore Low De Vinne

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Published by Book Club of California in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Venice (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Venice
    • Subjects:
    • Manuzlo, Aldo Pio, 1449 or 50-1515.,
    • Colonna, Francesco, d. 1527.,
    • Printing -- Italy -- Venice -- History -- Origin and antecedents.,
    • Incunabula -- Italy -- Venice -- Bibliography.,
    • Venice (Italy) -- Imprints.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWith an essay by Theodore L. De Vinne together with a facsim. from the Aldine Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, printed at Venice in 1499.
      GenreBibliography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ232.M3 D4 1924a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[33] p.
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6169586M
      LC Control Number54054235
      OCLC/WorldCa6454714

        Now, on the th anniversary of his death, the communications pioneer is being remembered at the Grolier Club’s “Aldus Manutius: A Legacy . Aldus Pius Manutius (Italian: Aldo Pio Manuzio; / – 6 February ) was a humanist, scholar, educator, and the founder of the Aldine Press. Manutius devoted the later part of his life to publishing and disseminating rare texts.

        Aldus Manutius (ca. ) has been celebrated for half a millennium for his systematic publication of the core of ancient Greek works. He came to Venice and publishing relatively late in life, and then, from to his death, produced editions of Aristotle and Homer; Thucydides, Plutarch and Herodotus; Lucian, Demosthenes, Plato, and Pindar; and Aristophanes, Sophocles, and . - Explore mmallard's board "Aldus Manutius" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Typography, Konmari books and Festina lente pins.

      Aldus Pius Manutius (/ m ə ˈ nj uː ʃ i ə s /; Italian: Aldo Pio Manuzio; / – 6 February ) [1] [2] was an Italian humanist, scholar, educator, and the founder of the Aldine us devoted the later part of his life to publishing and disseminating rare texts. His interest in and preservation of Greek manuscripts mark him as an innovative publisher of his age dedicated. Aldus Manutius Quotes. facebook; Aldus Manutius. Inspirational, Business. On a placard placed by Aldus on the door of his printing office, 42 Copy quote. Those who cultivate letters must be supplied with the books necessary for their purpose; and until this supply is secured I shall not rest. Aldus Manutius. Book, Purpose, Letters. 8.


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De Vinne. Aldus Pius Manutius (Italian: Aldo Manuzio; – February 6, ) [1] was an Italian humanist who became a printer and publisher when he founded the Aldine Press at is sometimes called "the Elder" to distinguish him from his grandson Aldus Manutius the Younger. His publishing legacy includes the distinctions of inventing italic type, establishing the modern use of the semicolon.

On February 6,Venetian printer and publisher Aldus Pius Manutius passed away, the Italian humanist, scholar, educator, and the founder of the Aldine us devoted the later part of his life to publishing and disseminating rare texts. His interest in and preservation of Greek manuscripts mark him as an innovative publisher of his age dedicated to the editions he produced.

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An independent scholar, he spent time at Cambridge where he befriended John Colet () and Thomas More () during a time of great stress in the English Church. He spent three years in Venice working as an editor in the publishing house of Aldus Manutius ().

He later worked with printer Johannes Froben () in Basel. Aldus Manutius, also called Aldo Manuzio, byname Aldus Manutius the Elder, Italian Aldo Manuzio il Vecchio, original name Teobaldo Manucci, (bornBassiano, Papal States [Italy]—died February 6,Venice), the leading figure of his time in printing, publishing, and typography, founder of a veritable dynasty of great printer-publishers, and organizer of the famous Aldine Press.

The Venetian roots of revolutionary modern book printer Aldus Manutius shaped books as we know them today A 17th-century engraving of the.

The Fellowship of the Book: Manutius & Bembo in Renaissance Venice Elisa Modolo The figure of Aldus Manutius, the “Michelangelo of the Book,” is inseparable from the city where he produced his most important innovations: Venice, the principal printing centre of the Renaissance.

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Fine books from the Aldine Press, Venice, A fine collection of books printed by Aldus Manutius and his Successors at Venice, including many in contemporary bindings and with important provenances.

a collection of one hundred publications of Aldus Pius Manutius and the Aldine Press, including some valuable Aldine conterfeits. Aldus Pius Manutius. [Theodore Low De Vinne; Book Club of California,; Grabhorn Press,] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create # Leaf books\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. G. Scott Clemons, one of the curators of the Grolier Club’s spring exhibit celebrating Aldus Manutius, the pioneering Italian printer, sees a clear link between the risk-it-all-to-win-big culture of northern California and the sector of Renaissance Italy that Aldus inhabited.

In Aldus’ era, the average printing press went out of business Author: Kiley Bense. Aldus Pius Manutius (Bassiano, Papal States, - Venice, ).Institutionum grammaticarum libri quatuor. Venetiis: or Aldo Manuzio or Aldus Manutius was the leading printer and typographer of his time, founder of a dynasty of printer-publishers.

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Taschenbuch. Condizione: Neu. Neuware - Aldus Pius Manutius (/ February 6, ), the Latinized name of Teobaldo Mannucci, sometimes called Aldus Manutius, the Elder, to distinguish him from his grandson, Aldus Manutius, the Younger, was an Italian humanist who became a printer and publisher when he founded the Aldine Press at Venice.

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BC- ca. BC), "the father of history," published and edited by Aldus Manutius at Venice on the basis of many manuscripts. By promoting Herodotus as a key to ancient history and society and providing a reliable text, it set the stage for his popularity in the 16th.

The petition of Aldus Manutius to the Venetian Senate on the seventeenth of October, fifteen hundred & two, imploring legal protection for his types, against base imitations of false counterfeiters by Aldus Manutius 1 edition - first published in.

Aldus Pius Manutius (ca. – February 6, ) was a person who printed books in Venice, Italy during the Italian started a company to print books called the Aldine Press in He was one of the first people to use modern printing ideas.Altogether, Aldus and His Dream Book is a valuable, delightful, satisfying tome.

-- A Common Reader, Summer The book is an important and stimulating contribution to our understanding of early printing." -- Italian Journal, vol. 6, no. 1, Where else are you going to find this graceful biographical sketch and these woodcuts?Cited by: 3.

W hile the Aldus network of European book fairs. writes its name in all caps, ALDUS, that name, it turns out, is not an acronym. The network is named for the 15th-century Venetian publisher and humanist Aldus Pius Manutius (Aldo Manuzio).