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[Title page with five men seated at desks writing, possibly includes the author, Strabo, a Greek geographer]

[Title page with five men seated at desks writing, possibly includes t...

Illustrated title page in: De situ orbis / Strabo. [Venetiis : Impressum per B. de Zanis de Portesio, 1502]. Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, 19... more

A writer of the Koran, Algiers, Algeria

A writer of the Koran, Algiers, Algeria

Copyright 1904 by C.H. Graves. No. 7396. Title from item.

Yemenite scribes of the Torah, father and son

Yemenite scribes of the Torah, father and son

Father is Shlomo Washadi. (Source: Similar Matson negative: LC-M33-10408)

Conspicilla Inuenta conspicilla sunt, quæ luminum, obscuriores detegunt caligines / / Ioan. Stradanus inuent ; Ioan. Collaert sculp. ; Phls Galle excud.

Conspicilla Inuenta conspicilla sunt, quæ luminum, obscuriores detegun...

Print shows a marketplace with a spectacle maker, a shoemaker, and a scribe at their stands as people shop. Title from item. Fifteenth plate from a series of prints entitled Nova Reperta, engraved by Jan Collae... more

Conspicilla Inuenta conspicilla sunt, quæ luminum, obscuriores detegunt caligines / / Ioan. Stradanus inuent ; Ioan. Collaert sculp. ; Phls Galle excud.

Conspicilla Inuenta conspicilla sunt, quæ luminum, obscuriores detegun...

Print shows a marketplace with a spectacle maker, a shoemaker, and a scribe at their stands as people shop. Title from item. Fifteenth plate from a series of prints entitled Nova Reperta, engraved by Jan Collae... more

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