typographia

typographia

(ˌtaɪpəˈɡræfɪə)
pl n
matter relating to printing or printers
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(34) A printed primary source is the Leiden auction catalogue of 1626 listing the books owned by Justus, his father, and brothers, (35) which includes many important Arabic scientific texts printed by Typographia Medicea in Rome, such as the 1593 Avicenna and 1594 Euclid.
de: Regiae Bibliothecae Matritensis codices graeci, Matriti, E Typographia Antonii Perez de Soto, 1769 (num.
Corpo Diplomatico Portuguez, Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias, Lisboa 1865, 1: 254-257.
Cayetano, Comentario a la <<Summa Theologiae>>, I-II, en Summa Theologiae, Roma: Typographia Polyglotta S.
Henriquez, Baltasar, Thesaurus uriusque linguae hispanae et latinae, Matriti, Ex Typographia Ioannis Garcia Infancon, 1679.
(35) Merece mencionarse Venecia, de donde proceden textos religiosos en latin, con tres obras editadas por la Typographia Balleoniana, que estuvo activa entre 1719 y 1844, entre ellos la Vulgata de Du Hamel (no.
Rio de Janeiro: Typographia de Paula Brito, 1863 (livro postumo).
A ria de Aveiro (Lisboa: Typographia do Annuario Commercial, 1918); A.A.