A millennium of the book: production, design & illustration in manuscript & print, 900-1900
In this collection of seven book history essays, leading scholars discuss ways in which the book as a physical artifact developed over the last ten centuries. A classic work of research and scholarship from such scholars as Michael Tyman, Nicolas Barker, Margaret Smith, Nicholas Pickwoad, et. al.
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