Antonio Catalano's Teaching Licence, Venice (1545)

Source: scanned from the manuscript held in the Venetian State Archives: ASV, Senato Terra, filza 2, 18 Dec 1545.

Antonio Catalano's Teaching Licence, Venice (1545), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Licence granted to Antonio Catalano for his new method of teaching Latin grammar at school

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Year: 1545

Location: Venice

Language: Italian

Source: scanned from the manuscript held in the Venetian State Archives: ASV, Senato Terra, filza 2, 18 Dec 1545.

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Catalano, Antonio
Donato, Francesco

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University of Paris (Sorbonne)
Venetian Senate


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