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Cyrillic & oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century

Hendrik D. L. Vervliet

Cyrillic & oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century

an inquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon (1578-90)

by Hendrik D. L. Vervliet

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Published by Poltroon Press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rome (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Rome,
  • Rome.
    • Subjects:
    • Granjon, Robert, fl. 1523-1588.,
    • Printing -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.,
    • Type and type-founding -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 16th century.,
    • Early printed books -- Italy -- Rome -- 16th century -- Bibliography.,
    • Cyrillic imprints -- Italy -- Rome.,
    • Printers -- Italy -- Biography.,
    • Rome (Italy) -- Imprints.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementHendrik D.L. Vervliet.
      GenreBibliography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ250.A2 G6713 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination55 p. :
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4114161M
      LC Control Number80029325

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Get this from a library. Cyrillic & oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century: an inquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon (). [Hendrik D L Vervliet]. Cyrillic & Oriental Typography In Rome At The End Of The Sixteenth Century: An Inquiry Into The Later Work Of Robert Granjon; – in The Palaeotypography of the French Renaissance (2 vols.) Author: H.D.L.

VervlietAuthor: H.D.L. Vervliet. Cyrillic & Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century: an enquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon () This is the only full-length monograph on the life and work of Robert Granjon, pre-eminent French type designer of the sixteenth century.

Cyrillic & Oriental Typography In Rome At The End Of The Sixteenth Century: An Inquiry Into The Later Work Of Robert Granjon; – By: H.D.L. Vervliet Pages: –Cited by: 2.

Cyrillic & oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century: an inquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon () (, Berkeley Poltroon Press). The Palaeotypography of the French Renaissance Selected Papers on Sixteenth-Century Typefaces (Library of the Written Word, ).

“Cyrillic & Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century: An Inquiry into the Later Work of Robert Granjon; ,” [revised translation of “Robert Granjon a` Rome notes pre´liminaires a` une histoire de la typographie romaine a` la fin du XVIe sie`cle,” Bulletin de l’Institut historique belge à.

[Aside: I published Vervliet's monograph on Robert Granjon: Cyrillic & Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century in We relied on Velox photostats from the Vatican for illustrations, which were so poor, some were even out of focus, but how do you tell the Vatican their reproductive services are lacking?].

Here are some images from Vervliet's Cyrillic & Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century: an inquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon (–90), Poltroon Press, The polu-ustav (semi-uncial) in the first image, attributed to Granjon, looks really nice on the 's a lot more even and consistent than a lot of later Cyrillic types in this style that try too.

The palaeotypography of the French Renaissance: selected papers on sixteenth-century typefaces. [Hendrik D L Vervliet] Greek types by date if first appearance --Cyrillic & oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century: name\/a> \" The palaeotypography of the French Renaissance: selected papers on sixteenth-century.

[Aside: I published Vervliet's monograph on Robert Granjon: Cyrillic & Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century in We relied on Velox photostats from the Vatican for illustrations, which were so poor, some were even out of focus, but how do you tell the Vatican their reproductive services are lacking?].

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His Work and His Workshop. Cyrillic & Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth 2 copies Typography Papers: vol. 7 (Typography Papers): 7 (Typography Papers) 2 copies Liber Librorum Ans D'art Du Livre 1 copy. Vervliet, Hendrik D.L. "Cyrillic and Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century: An Inquiry into the Later Work of Robert Granjon." In The Palaeotypography of the French Renaissance: Selected Papers on Sixteenth-century Typefaces, Vol.

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Cyrillic and Oriental Typography in Rome at the End of the Sixteenth Century: an Enquiry into the Late Work of Robert Granjon () (). Also of great interest are Alastair Johnston's two anecdotal bibliogra­ phies, A Bibliography of the Auerhahn Press & Its.

VERVLIET, H.D.L. Cyrillic & Oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century: an inquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon (). Berkeley Verzeichniss der bis zum : Geoffrey. Roper. The years between the midth century and the early 18th century proved to be a time of many changes and developments in the world of typography.

The development of the printing press influenced the development of full typefaces and their production rather than the job-specific approach that most typography was developed for.

Its connotations of birth or beginning caused seventeenth-century writers to adopt it as a name for books printed from the invention of typography until the end of the fifteenth century.

incunabula Philippe Pigouchet's Horae (Book of Hours) established the graphic excellence of this popular book form, such as his Horae Beatus Virginis. Vervliet, Hendrik D. Cyrillic & oriental typography in Rome at the end of the sixteenth century: an inquiry into the later work of Robert Granjon () / Berkeley, Calif.: Poltroon Press, Specialized Collections Music Recordings Amon, Blasius, approximatelycomposer.

Cyril Mango's "Byzantium: The Empire of the New Rome" is a very readable survey of various aspects of Byzantine life, culture and civilization. This is not a chronological history, but is instead divided into three major topics ("Aspects of Byzantine Life", "The Conceptual World of Byzantium" and "The Legacy"), each of which is divided into /5(7).

The global spread of the printing press began with the invention of the printing press with movable type by Johannes Gutenberg in Mainz, Germany c. Western printing technology was adopted in all world regions by the end of the 19th century, displacing the manuscript and block printing.

In the Western world, the operation of a press became synonymous with the enterprise of publishing and. H. D. L. Vervliet, Cyrillic and oriental typography in Rome at the end of the 16th century (Berkeley, ), revised translation of ‘Robert Granjon à Rome’, Bull.

de l’Inst. hist. belge à Rome, vol. 38 (), pp. – Museo Bodoniano, Parma *.The fate of Italy in the sixteenth century revealed that a. small political units could not survive against larger, more centralized powers b.

cleverness and self reliance could allow sturdy citizen republics to play large powers off against each other successfully c. acknowledged leadership in culture and the arts would ensure political.