Printing a Mediterranean World : Florence, Constantinople, and the Renaissance of Geography
In 1482 Francesco Berlinghieri produced the Geographia, a book of over 100 folio leaves describing the world in Italian verse interleaved with lavishly engraved maps. Roberts demonstrates that the Geographia represents the moment of transition between printing and manuscript culture, while forming a critical base for the rise of modern cartography.
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Harvard University Press
February 26, 2013
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