7 edition of The Aldine Press found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Z232.M3 U55 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||671 p. :|
|Number of Pages||671|
|LC Control Number||00064851|
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This was a motto that Aldus, the founder of Aldine Press, had begun to use as early as , after receiving a Roman coin from Pietro Bembo, which bore the emblem and motto. The publisher of this book, Aldine Press is a big name. The Aldine Press mark, or printer’s mark. This symbol is also used for the honor society of Library Science, Beta Phi Mu. Written by Jill G. Thomas, Director of Technical Services. While looking through some library records, I recently discovered an interesting set of books.
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In graphic design: Renaissance book design Manutius the Elder founded his Aldine Press in to produce printed editions of many Greek and Latin classics. His innovations included inexpensive, pocket-sized editions of books with cloth covers.
About Manutius introduced the first italic typeface, cast from punches cut by type designer Francesco Griffo. The Aldine Press Dante was typical of many of Aldus’s imprints in that it was a small octavo volume, affordable and easily portable.
Many 15th century editions of the classics were large folio volumes, impressive but unwieldy and extremely expensive, with text often buried under centuries of accumulated notes. The Ahmanson-Murphy Aldine Collection, the largest and most complete collection of Aldine press imprints in North America, was started in during the tenure of Chancellor Franklin D.
Murphy, who, with the ongoing support of the Ahmanson Foundation, encouraged its growth and expansion over the course of many years. The collection, numbering approximately titles, Author: Caroline Cubé.
Aldine Press. PU_Hist_Photos_BandGseries_BoxM56_Danielson_Anchor_ Editions of the Greek and Latin classics, published and printed in Venice by Aldo Manuzio (Aldus Manutius) and others from to Rare Books. Princeton has a number of notable Aldines, including copies of the first book using italic (or Aldine).
Aldine imprints have always been collected, and the interest in their editorial and typographical achievement has sustained the supply and demand of a market for years.
Every generation has known its Aldine collectors, from Jean Grolier (the Paris representative of the Press) in the 16th century to Giorgio Uzielli and UCLA in our own time. Paoli Manutii led his father’s famous Aldine Press from a concentration on ancient Greek texts, his father’s love, to a concentration on classical Latin texts, his own love.
In particular, Paoli maintained a life-long passion for Cicero. The Aldine Press revolutionized the production, accessibility, and use of the book. Founded by Aldus Manutius (ca ), the press introduced a number of innovations that helped shape the development of the modern book, including italic type and the smaller, pocket-sized volume.
Aldine Books, Los Angeles, California. 24 likes. Bookstore5/5(7). The Aldine Press emblem is visible at the bottom of the page. Manuzio’s original intention was to spread Greek language and philosophy to a wider public.
He subsequently produced books in Latin and Italian, publishing famous editions of Dante and Petrarch, as well as work by of some of his contemporaries, such as Erasmus.
Post contributed by Liz Adams, Special Collections Cataloger. Aldine Press printer’s device found in front of Lucretius’s De rerum natura. At the end ofwe bid a fond farewell to a long-gestating project at the Rubenstein: the Aldine Press metadata project, a deep dive into our holdings printed by the famous Aldine Press during the Hand-Press Era.
Highlights from the Rare Book Collection: Aldine Press These two volumes of the works of Cicero, which are part of the Tullio Ascarelli collection, are examples of books from the Aldine press. The Aldine press was founded in Venice by Aldus Manutius (Aldo Manuzio, c.
The Aldine Press, as it is known today, popularized the smaller format books and introduced, initalic type. Nearly all of these innovations can be seen in the Special Collection's edition of Pliny the Younger in Latin printed by the Aldine Press in Catalogue of a most important collection of publications of the Aldine Press,with illustrations.
London: Offered for sale by Bernard Quaritch, (OCoLC) Named Person: Manuzio family; Edward Herbert Powis, Earl of; Manuzio family.; Edward Herbert Powis, Earl of: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bernard. In addition, this book reproduces all the illustrations, and many full pages, from the Aldine edition of Francesco Colonna's Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, considered to be among the masterpieces of printing and book design.
Altogether, Aldus and His Dream Book is a valuable, delightful, satisfying by: 3. The first book that contained Aldus’ italic font was the Aldine Press edition of Virgil’s Opera. The early period of printing—from to —is often.
The Aldine Press: Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection of books by or relating to the Press in the Library of the University of California, Los Angeles; incorporating works recorded elsewhere. This massive tome is the culmination of a four-year project; containing some 1, quasi-facsimile bibliographic descriptions of the printed work.
: The Divine Comedy: Very good first edition by the Aldine Press in a small octavo format. Also the first in which Aldus Manutius used his famous dolphin and anchor printer's device, which appears here on the last leaf but not in all printings of this edition. Rebound in marbled calf with four raised binds on the spine.
Light tanning, water stains, and soiling throughout. Aldine Press Aldine Press. Aldine is the default theme for the home page of Pressbooks networks. It is named for the Aldine Press, founded by Aldus Manutius inwho is regarded by many as the world’s first publisher.
It is named for the Aldine Press, founded by Aldus Manutius inwho is. Click the images for enlargements. • Editio princeps of Aeschylus, edited by Franciscus Asulanus and printed at the Aldine press.
As the cataloguer at the Brigham Young University Library notes, “The manuscript that Asulanus used was defective, lacking the end of Agamemnon and the beginning of the Choephori, so that in this edition they are treated as one play under the title Agamemnon.”.
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.Perhaps the best evidence of this is to be found in the monthly numbers of the Aldine Press, published by Messrs.
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