by Dept. of Special Collections, University Research Library, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English
|Statement||by Nicolas Barker.|
|Series||Occasional Papers / UCLA, University Research Library, Dept. of Special Collections -- 3., Occasional papers (University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Dept. of Special Collections) -- 3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
Aldine Press was the printing office started by Aldus Manutius in in Venice, from which were issued the celebrated Aldine editions of the classics (Latin and Greek masterpieces plus a few more modern works).The first book that was dated and printed under his name appeared in The Aldine Press is famous in the history of typography, among other things, for the introduction of italics. Aldus Manutius (c. ) was the most important and innovative scholarly publisher of the Renaissance. His Aldine Press was responsible for more first editions of classical literature, philosophy, and science than any other publisher before or since. Aldus Manutius: Innovator of the pocket book, and the semicolon By Simon Hudson, Editor/Content Operations February 6, , marks the th anniversary of the death of Aldus Manutius the Elder, the founder of the Aldine Press and Renaissance pioneer of the printing and publishing industry. At the time, his death was an occasion of public. Nov 06, · The Man Who Changed Reading Forever The Venetian roots of revolutionary modern book printer Aldus Manutius shaped books as we know them lemoisduvinnaturel.com: Barbie Latza Nadeau.
Aldus Press is named in honour of the acclaimed fifteenth-century Venetian humanist, scholar, educator, and printer Aldus Manutius. Manutius devoted a substantial part of his life to publishing rare Latin and Greek texts and devised the concept of italic lettertype. The Aldus coin is the only book- or printing-related ancient coin in lemoisduvinnaturel.com Manutius, the most famous printer of all times, had been given a copy of the Titus coin, with the dolphin-and-anchor logo on the verso, as a gift by Pietro Bembo. He was extremely taken by the magnificent logo, that in Roman times, by Titus Vespasian, had been. Manutius wanted to create an octavo book format that gentlemen of leisure could easily transport in a pocket or a satchel, the long, narrow libri portatiles of his catalogue, forerunners of the modern pocket book.  Manutius' edition of Virgil's Opera () was the first octavo volume that he produced.. In his prefatory letter to Pietro Bembo in the Virgil, Aldus recorded that he. Jan 05, · Aldus Manutius was the most innovative scholarly publisher of the Renaissance. This ITRL edition contains all of his prefaces to his editions of the Greek classics, translated for the first time into English. They provide unique insight into the world 4/5(2).
May 18, · 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 & His Dream Book [Helen Barolini] on lemoisduvinnaturel.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A tribute to the life and work of the pioneering scholar-publisher, Aldus Manutius (/). Helen Barolini's text discusses AldusCited by: 3. Feb 27, · The Venetian printer Aldus Manutius (c. ) is credited with helping to create the notion of personal reading, thanks to his portable, accessible editions of the secular classics. Oct 22, · Typefaces as History: Aldus Manutius and The Noble Bembo by Joel Friedlander on October 22, 23 Comments I grew up with huge, heavy American Type Foundry type sample books in our living room, and would spend hours looking at the designs.