In 1483, a printing shop in Florence, run by nuns from the Convent of San Jacopo Di Ripoli, charged three florins for printing 1 025 copies of a new translation of Plato's Dialogues. A scribe would have charged about one florin for copying the work, but he would have produced only a single copy.Dette er fra side 69 i Nicholas Carrs The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains.
lørdag 21. august 2010
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