Ars Memorandi.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY.

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Place Published: Cambridge
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Date Published: 1981

Description: Illustrated in b/w. Slim 12mo, decorated paper wrappers. Cambridge: Harvard University Department of Printing and Graphic Arts, 1981. A fine copy.

Comments: A Facsimile of the Text and Woodcuts printed by Thomas Anselm at Pforzheim in 1502, put out in conjunction with an exhibition at the university.

Binding: paperback
Condition: fine
Type: Books

Book ID: 203294


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By This Author: HARVARD UNIVERSITY.
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