of or from the press of Aldus Manutius and his family in Venice, c1490–1597, noted for compactly printed editions of the classics.
an Aldine or other early edition.
any of several styles of printing types modeled on those designed by Aldus, especially italic.
Like Montgomery County, Aldine, Texas dwarfs Union City in size, and its population is considerably more diverse.
How to Fix Public Education David L. Kirp May 5, 2013
About the same time Blake wrote a poem called “Tiriel,” which will be found in the Aldine edition of his poetical works.
William Blake Irene Langridge
The Title-page is ornamented with the Aldine device and motto as in No.
The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Aldine edition of Virgil , now exceedingly rare, was the first book printed in this Italic type.
A Brief History of Wood-engraving from Its Invention Joseph Cundall
The Aldine edition had been reprinted at Basel by Froben in 1513.
Against War Erasmus
The last words allude to the Greek types which were employed in printing the Aldine editions of the Greek classics.
A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume II (of 2) Johann Beckman
No; two fellows at the Aldine Club have talked me into joining them.
Those Dale Girls Frank Weston Carruth
Yet a rumour reached him that in Germany the Aldine edition was being reprinted.
Erasmus and the Age of Reformation Johan Huizinga
But they have younger fellows in the bunch over at Aldine, I’m sure.
The Banner Boy Scouts George A. Warren
There is a fair collection of classical authors, many of which are of Aldine and Elzevir editions.
William E. Burton: Actor, Author, and Manager William L. Keese
relating to Aldus Manutius (1450–1515), Italian printer, or to his editions of the classics
a book printed by the Aldine press
any of the several typefaces designed by Aldus Manutius
type font, 1837, from Aldus Manutius (1450-1515), Venetian printer who used it in his popular editions of Greek and Roman classics. His name is a Latinized form of Italian Aldo Manuzio, the first name short for Teobaldo (see Theobald), and, like so many Italian masc. given names, of Germanic origin. The device characteristic of Aldine books is a figure of a dolphin on an anchor.
Richard, 1892–1962, English poet, novelist, and composer. Historical Examples I resumed my readings with Abigail and Aldington, although Dorothy was not greatly interested. Children of the Market Place Edgar Lee Masters The people moved down the road towards Aldington, and reached the point at which the woods began. Uncle Joe’s Stories Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugesson, First […]
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noun a portable lamp used to transmit Morse code
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