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Vatican library plans to digitise 82,000 of its most valuable manuscripts – Telegraph

A 1,600-year-old manuscript featuring the poems of Virgil is among the collection being digitised by the Vatican Apostolic Library with the help of a Japanese IT firm An illustration of the Dante’s Divina Commedia realized by artist Sandro Botticelli in … Continue reading

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Inside the Grolier Club, an Upper East Side Private Club Dedicated to the Book Arts | Untapped Cities

Nestled among the beautiful townhouses of the Upper East Side is the Grolier Club, a private club dedicated to the book arts. Founded in 1884 and named for the great French Renaissance bibliophile Jean Grolier, the club hosts eight exhibitions … Continue reading

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