Brilliant discourse : pictures and readers in early modern Rome /
"Sixteenth-century Roman presses turned out hundreds of technical treatises and learned discourses written in the vernacular. Covering topics as diverse as the cultivation of silkworms, the lives of the saints, and the order of the cosmos, they made esoteric knowledge accessible to a broad spectrum...
|Main Author:||Lincoln, Evelyn,|
New Haven :
Yale University Press,