Statutes of the Venetian Guild of Printers and Booksellers, Venice (1549)

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Mariegola (Statute-Book) of the Venetian Guild of Printers and Booksellers

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Year: 1549

Location: Venice

Language: Italian

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Contarini, Paolo
Donato, Francesco
Marcello, Giacomo

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Basilica di San Giovanni e Paolo (San Zanipolo), Venice
Università di Stampatori e Librai (Venetian Guild of Printers and Booksellers)
Venetian Council of Ten

Venetian decree establishing the 'Università di Stampatori e Librai' (1549)

Università di Stampatori e Librai (Venetian Guild of Printers and Booksellers)
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