Written in English
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Great deals on Elzevir. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items! REPUBLICS (ELZEVIR) Series Note: "Between and , the Leiden publishing house Elzevir issued a series of thirty-five descriptions of all European, select non-European, and three ancient states, Greece, Israel and Rome. Each volume depicted the respective country's geography, is landscape and various regions, its people and mores, its government, its economy, its kings and noble families. The House of Elzevir (whose name lives on in the modern publisher Elsevier) arranged for the manuscript to be smuggled out of Italy and published in the Netherlands, then as now a . In the Protestant north, the house of Elzevir occupied a similar position. After its founding by Louis Elzevir, who issued his first book in , its publishing endeavours were extended by succeeding generations to The Hague, Utrecht, and Amsterdam, with varying fortunes.
At the Beckford sale there was a pearl of a book, a ‘Marot;’ not an Elzevir, indeed, but a book published by Wetstein, a follower of the Elzevirs. This exquisite pair of volumes, bound in blue morocco, was absolutely unimpaired, and was a sight to bring happy tears into the eyes of the amateur of Elzevirs. Not only does his aunt kick him out of her house for being out at night, but he’s taken in by Elzevir Block, a kind innkeeper who mourns his murdered boy. John find himself loved as a son by this warm-hearted man, but also pulled into a world rife with smuggling and its s: This was aired 28 December and 29 December Though more of the plot of the book remains than in the film, it still bears little relation; John is in his mid-twenties, Maskew has become an aristocrat and tyrannical descendant of Blackbeard, and Elzevir Block the leader of a brothel-frequenting, knife-fighting band of gangsters. Elsevier has 2, rare books and 1, distinct titles published by the original Elzevier family publishing house from to Most of these are kept in museum cases in Elsevier's Amsterdam headquarters. You can view the the catalog and book covers online at [divider] Reporting for Elsevier Connect.
A Blast from the Past Number me among the many who read this book in grade school back in the late 60's or 70's and the name stuck with me through the years. Later as an adult, I returned to this book to read it anew and experience the magic again. Yes, this is book designed for the younger reader/5(). The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (). It might be outdated or ideologically biased. Elzevir (also Elsevier), a family of Dutch printers and publishers, active from to , who dominated the European book trade in the 17th century. The Elzevirs were centered in Leiden in the first half of the century and in Amsterdam. It has evolved from a small Dutch publishing house devoted to classical scholarship into an international multimedia publishing business with o products for educational and professional science and healthcare communities worldwide. Elsevier takes its name from the original House of Elzevir, a Dutch family publishing house founded in Textus Receptus (Elzevir ) Elzevir Textus Receptus, edited by Abraham and Bonaventure Elzevir. Transcription by Maurice Robinson. The Elzevir's published three editions of the Greek New Testament. The dates being; , and The Elzevir text is practically a reprint of the text of Beza with about fifty minor differences.