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'''Bookbinding''' is the art of taking [[paper]], [[leather]], [[wood]] and some other materials and producing a completed book.
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'''Bookbinding''' is the art of taking [[paper]], [[leather]], [[wood]] and some other materials and producing a completed book. An ''excellent'' page to check out is http://66.82.75.68/bookbind2.html
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'''Interesting literature:'''
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* J. A. Szirmai (1999) ''The Archaeology of Medieval Bookbinding'', Scolar Press
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* Diehl, E. (1946) ''Bookbinding: its Background and Technique, vol. 1.'' Port Washington, New York: Kennikat Press, Inc.
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* Putnam, G. H. (1896) ''Books and their Makers during the Middle Ages, vol. 1.'' New York: Hillary House Publishers Ltd.
  
 
''See also:''
 
''See also:''
 
* [[Illumination]]
 
* [[Illumination]]

Revision as of 01:54, 29 June 2003

Bookbinding is the art of taking paper, leather, wood and some other materials and producing a completed book. An excellent page to check out is http://66.82.75.68/bookbind2.html

Interesting literature:

  • J. A. Szirmai (1999) The Archaeology of Medieval Bookbinding, Scolar Press
  • Diehl, E. (1946) Bookbinding: its Background and Technique, vol. 1. Port Washington, New York: Kennikat Press, Inc.
  • Putnam, G. H. (1896) Books and their Makers during the Middle Ages, vol. 1. New York: Hillary House Publishers Ltd.

See also: