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awakening interest in science during the first century of printing 1450-1550

Stillwell, Margaret Bingham.

awakening interest in science during the first century of printing 1450-1550

an annotated checklistof first editions viewed from the angle of their subject content.

by Stillwell, Margaret Bingham.

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Published by Bibliographical Society of America in New York .
Written in English


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Publication of the Lathrop Colgate Harper Litt.D. Trust Fund.

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Harrisse ; Robert Karrow, Mapmakers of the sixteenth century and their maps (Chicago: Speculum Orbis Press for The Newberry Library, ), 53; Fernand van Ortroy, Bibliographie de l'Oeuvre de Pierre Apian (Amsterdam: Meridian, ), 22; Sabin ; Margaret Bingham Stillwell, The Awakening Interest in Science during the First Century of Printing, (New York: Bibliographical. The Awakening Interest in Science during the First Century of Printing, Margaret Bingham Stillwell (Biographical Society of America: ) The Compleat Gamester Charles Cotton (Imprint Society: ) Sixteen to Sixty, Memoirs of a Collector Louisine W. Havemeyer (Privately printed, New York: ) Notes for a Great-Grandchild A.H.

The Prince is the first meaningful treatise on political science, an observation of how governments actually rule without judgement or exhortation. It was one of the most maligned and misinterpreted books of modern times, called "cynical and ruthless", the "handbook of dictators", and the origin of the concept "The end justifies the means". The awakening interest in science during the first century of printing, an annotated checklist of first editions viewed from the angle of their subject content. B A Baptist bibliography: being a register of printed material by and about Baptists including works written against the Baptists.

Gerard's text was reprinted many times. Stillwell, The Awakening Interest in Science During the First Century of Printing , No. Ptolemy’s Cosmographia “is a compilation of what was known about the world’s geography in the Roman Empire during his time. F rom the very first, the most popular field of printing was religious texts, most of all the Latin Bible, but also devotional, liturgical and theological works of every sort. Rudolf Hirsch has estimated that percent of all books printed in the fifteenth century were, broadly defined, theological, followed by literature and philosophy at 36 percent, law at 11 percent, and science and.


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