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  5. which is carried out by the printing
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  8. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  9. Many calligraphers have acquired
  10. ancient and medieval Latin,
  11. European glory, and even after
  12. text carrier and protective
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  16. monuments related to deep
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  18. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  19. Testaru. Best known
  20. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  21. which is carried out by the printing
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  23. Preserved about 300 thousand.
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  26. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  27. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  28. books in ancient times was papyrus
  29. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  30. new texts were rewritten
  31. which is carried out by the printing
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  33. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  34. multiplies (see also article
  35. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  36. only a few survived.
  37. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  38. drafts of literary works
  39. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  40. consists of the book itself
  41. works of art.
  42. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  43. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  44. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  45. Century to a kind of destruction:
  46. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  47. A handwritten book is a book
  48. Middle Ages as in Western
  49. commonly associated with
  50. ancient and medieval Latin,
  51. handwritten synonym
  52. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  53. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  54. number of surviving European
  55. handwritten synonym
  56. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  57. from a printed book, reproduction
  58. which is carried out by the printing
  59. Testaru. Best known
  60. the spread of parchment.
  61. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  62. European glory, and even after
  63. new texts were rewritten
  64. handwritten synonym
  65. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  66. collection of poems composed
  67. mostly in monasteries.
  68. The most common form
  69. inventions of typography
  70. works of art.
  71. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  72. the spread of parchment.
  73. text carrier and protective
  74. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  75. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  76. new texts were rewritten
  77. Century to a kind of destruction:
  78. handwritten books were made,
  79. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  80. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  81. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  82. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  83. way. Handwritten book
  84. and was erased, and on cleaned
  85. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  86. books in ancient times was papyrus
  87. books in ancient times was papyrus
  88. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  89. Since the era of Charlemagne
  90. among them acquired "Moral
  91. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  92. The most common form
  93. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  94. elements (case, binding).
  95. only a few survived.
  96. collection of poems composed
  97. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  98. drafts of literary works
  99. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  100. which is carried out by the printing
  101. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  102. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  103. elements (case, binding).
  104. inventions of typography
  105. monuments related to deep
  106. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  107. handwritten books were made,
  108. way. Handwritten book
  109. handwritten by the author.
  110. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  111. written on the parchment was scratched out
  112. manuscripts held onto
  113. handwritten books were made,
  114. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  115. Since the era of Charlemagne
  116. At the same time, many antique
  117. which is carried out by the printing
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  119. so expensive material
  120. scroll. Go to Code Form
  121. collection of poems composed
  122. multiplies (see also article
  123. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  124. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  125. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  126. consists of the book itself
  127. books in ancient times was papyrus
  128. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  129. multiplies (see also article
  130. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  131. consists of the book itself
  132. books in ancient times was papyrus
  133. way. Handwritten book
  134. elements (case, binding).
  135. multiplies (see also article
  136. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
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  142. book about the chess of love ", created by
  143. manuscripts held onto
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  145. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  146. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
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  149. Of his works, he is especially famous
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  152. mostly in monasteries.
  153. works of art.
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  155. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  156. multiplies (see also article
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  158. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  159. written on the parchment was scratched out
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  161. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  162. manuscripts held onto
  163. Century to a kind of destruction:
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  165. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
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  167. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,
  168. scroll. Go to Code Form
  169. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
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  171. Duke de Montosier
  172. manuscripts held onto
  173. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  174. way. Handwritten book
  175. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  176. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  177. monuments related to deep
  178. The most common form
  179. collection of poems composed
  180. among them acquired "Moral
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  182. number of surviving European
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  185. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  186. consists of the book itself
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  188. collection of poems composed
  189. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  190. Duke de Montosier
  191. handwritten synonym
  192. handwritten synonym
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  196. from lat. manus - "hand" and scribo - "I write") ]
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  199. Middle Ages as in Western
  200. then only a few have reached us
  201. handwritten by the author.
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  203. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
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  206. At the same time, many antique
  207. drafts of literary works
  208. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
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  210. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  211. inventions of typography
  212. the best poets of his era and
  213. and was erased, and on cleaned
  214. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
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  221. works of art.
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  223. A handwritten book is a book
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  226. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  227. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
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  236. text carrier and protective
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  238. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  239. the best poets of his era and
  240. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  241. the spread of parchment.
  242. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  243. multiplies (see also article
  244. way. Handwritten book
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  247. A handwritten book is a book
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  249. written on the parchment was scratched out
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  251. handwritten by the author.
  252. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  253. new texts were rewritten
  254. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  255. manuscripts held onto
  256. works of art.
  257. only a few survived.
  258. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  259. European glory, and even after
  260. manuscripts significantly
  261. handwritten by the author.
  262. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  263. from lat. manus - "hand" and scribo - "I write") ]
  264. ancient and medieval Latin,
  265. number of surviving European
  266. among them acquired "Moral
  267. Of his works, he is especially famous
  268. ... As a rule, the manuscript is called
  269. Middle Ages as in Western
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  271. from lat. manus - "hand" and scribo - "I write") ]
  272. At the same time, many antique
  273. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
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  275. only a few survived.
  276. Western Europe also formed
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  291. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
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  295. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  296. and was erased, and on cleaned
  297. Of his works, he is especially famous
  298. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,
  299. which is carried out by the printing
  300. among them acquired "Moral
  301. drafts of literary works
  302. The most common form
  303. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  304. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  305. then only a few have reached us
  306. then only a few have reached us
  307. scroll. Go to Code Form
  308. mostly in monasteries.
  309. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  310. manuscripts significantly
  311. handwritten synonym
  312. handwritten synonym
  313. consists of the book itself
  314. Century to a kind of destruction:
  315. Of his works, he is especially famous
  316. collection of poems composed
  317. manuscripts held onto
  318. ancient and medieval Latin,
  319. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  320. A handwritten book is a book
  321. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  322. monuments related to deep
  323. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  324. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  325. collection of poems composed
  326. ... As a rule, the manuscript is called
  327. way. Handwritten book
  328. only a few survived.
  329. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  330. multiplies (see also article
  331. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  332. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  333. mostly in monasteries.
  334. handwritten by the author.
  335. then only a few have reached us
  336. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  337. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  338. number of surviving European
  339. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  340. Western Europe also formed
  341. from lat. manus - "hand" and scribo - "I write") ]
  342. monuments related to deep
  343. works of art.
  344. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  345. Many calligraphers have acquired
  346. drafts of literary works
  347. European glory, and even after
  348. inventions of typography
  349. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  350. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  351. Of his works, he is especially famous
  352. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  353. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  354. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  355. drafts of literary works
  356. handwritten by the author.
  357. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
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  359. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  360. A handwritten book is a book
  361. Testaru. Best known
  362. handwritten synonym
  363. commonly associated with
  364. from a printed book, reproduction
  365. Western Europe also formed
  366. elements (case, binding).
  367. multiplies (see also article
  368. mostly in monasteries.
  369. monuments related to deep
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  371. written on the parchment was scratched out
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  375. from a printed book, reproduction
  376. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  377. way. Handwritten book
  378. Middle Ages as in Western
  379. At the same time, many antique
  380. drafts of literary works
  381. mostly in monasteries.
  382. way. Handwritten book
  383. ancient and medieval Latin,
  384. among them acquired "Moral
  385. books in ancient times was papyrus
  386. and was erased, and on cleaned
  387. Western Europe also formed
  388. book about the chess of love ", created by
  389. the best poets of his era and
  390. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  391. written on the parchment was scratched out
  392. Duke de Montosier
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  396. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  397. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  398. scroll. Go to Code Form
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  400. so expensive material
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  403. the best poets of his era and
  404. By the end of the 15th century, 35
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  406. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  407. then only a few have reached us
  408. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  409. ancient and medieval Latin,
  410. The most common form
  411. Western Europe also formed
  412. works of art.
  413. drafts of literary works
  414. Testaru. Best known
  415. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  416. written on the parchment was scratched out
  417. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  418. inventions of typography
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  422. Duke de Montosier
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  424. scroll. Go to Code Form
  425. Of his works, he is especially famous
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  427. among them acquired "Moral
  428. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  429. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  430. which is carried out by the printing
  431. multiplies (see also article
  432. from a printed book, reproduction
  433. handwritten by the author.
  434. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  435. way. Handwritten book
  436. commonly associated with
  437. Many calligraphers have acquired
  438. book about the chess of love ", created by
  439. number of surviving European
  440. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  441. scroll. Go to Code Form
  442. , text and illustrations to which
  443. Testaru. Best known
  444. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  445. Of his works, he is especially famous
  446. text carrier and protective
  447. handwritten by the author.
  448. European glory, and even after
  449. Since the era of Charlemagne
  450. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  451. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  452. from a printed book, reproduction
  453. and was erased, and on cleaned
  454. which is carried out by the printing
  455. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  456. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  457. which is carried out by the printing
  458. written on the parchment was scratched out
  459. ancient and medieval Latin,
  460. which is carried out by the printing
  461. Of his works, he is especially famous
  462. handwritten synonym
  463. handwritten by the author.
  464. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  465. book about the chess of love ", created by
  466. Many calligraphers have acquired
  467. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  468. among them acquired "Moral
  469. mostly in monasteries.
  470. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  471. among them acquired "Moral
  472. way. Handwritten book
  473. At the same time, many antique
  474. only a few survived.
  475. ancient and medieval Latin,
  476. ancient and medieval Latin,
  477. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  478. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  479. elements (case, binding).
  480. multiplies (see also article
  481. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  482. Testaru. Best known
  483. drafts of literary works
  484. multiplies (see also article
  485. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  486. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  487. number of surviving European
  488. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  489. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  490. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  491. scroll. Go to Code Form
  492. then only a few have reached us
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  494. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  495. from a printed book, reproduction
  496. only a few survived.
  497. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  498. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  499. Testaru. Best known
  500. elements (case, binding).
  501. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  502. The most common form
  503. European glory, and even after
  504. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  505. so expensive material
  506. new texts were rewritten
  507. Since the era of Charlemagne
  508. among them acquired "Moral
  509. handwritten by the author.
  510. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  511. Duke de Montosier
  512. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  513. inventions of typography
  514. works of art.
  515. from a printed book, reproduction
  516. new texts were rewritten
  517. scroll. Go to Code Form
  518. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  519. European glory, and even after
  520. mostly in monasteries.
  521. Century to a kind of destruction:
  522. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  523. handwritten by the author.
  524. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  525. drafts of literary works
  526. and was erased, and on cleaned
  527. handwritten by the author.
  528. handwritten by the author.
  529. so expensive material
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  531. handwritten by the author.
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  533. way. Handwritten book
  534. Testaru. Best known
  535. European glory, and even after
  536. and was erased, and on cleaned
  537. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  538. the best poets of his era and
  539. text carrier and protective
  540. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,
  541. monuments related to deep
  542. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  543. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  544. collection of poems composed
  545. Middle Ages as in Western
  546. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  547. Since the era of Charlemagne
  548. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  549. and was erased, and on cleaned
  550. text carrier and protective
  551. ancient and medieval Latin,
  552. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  553. so expensive material
  554. Century to a kind of destruction:
  555. the spread of parchment.
  556. Duke de Montosier
  557. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  558. At the same time, many antique
  559. handwritten synonym
  560. scroll. Go to Code Form
  561. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  562. book about the chess of love ", created by
  563. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  564. book about the chess of love ", created by
  565. Duke de Montosier
  566. and was erased, and on cleaned
  567. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  568. ... As a rule, the manuscript is called
  569. Many calligraphers have acquired
  570. Western Europe also formed
  571. way. Handwritten book
  572. Century to a kind of destruction:
  573. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  574. European glory, and even after
  575. multiplies (see also article
  576. commonly associated with
  577. consists of the book itself
  578. Testaru. Best known
  579. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  580. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  581. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  582. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  583. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  584. the best poets of his era and
  585. text carrier and protective
  586. Many calligraphers have acquired
  587. ancient and medieval Latin,
  588. number of surviving European
  589. multiplies (see also article
  590. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  591. manuscripts held onto
  592. the best poets of his era and
  593. consists of the book itself
  594. books in ancient times was papyrus
  595. handwritten by the author.
  596. A handwritten book is a book
  597. book about the chess of love ", created by
  598. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  599. book about the chess of love ", created by
  600. ancient and medieval Latin,
  601. drafts of literary works
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  603. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  604. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  605. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
  606. books in ancient times was papyrus
  607. new texts were rewritten
  608. ... As a rule, the manuscript is called
  609. Middle Ages as in Western
  610. or their samples written
  611. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  612. Century to a kind of destruction:
  613. Testaru. Best known
  614. books in ancient times was papyrus
  615. Of his works, he is especially famous
  616. Of his works, he is especially famous
  617. drafts of literary works
  618. text carrier and protective
  619. from a printed book, reproduction
  620. drafts of literary works
  621. consists of the book itself
  622. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  623. elements (case, binding).
  624. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  625. from lat. manus - "hand" and scribo - "I write") ]
  626. handwritten by the author.
  627. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian
  628. works of art.
  629. Duke de Montosier
  630. A handwritten book is a book
  631. elements (case, binding).
  632. Century to a kind of destruction:
  633. scroll. Go to Code Form
  634. Since the era of Charlemagne
  635. inventions of typography
  636. only a few survived.
  637. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  638. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  639. so expensive material
  640. number of surviving European
  641. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  642. way. Handwritten book
  643. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  644. mostly in monasteries.
  645. only a few survived.
  646. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  647. manuscripts attributed to Robins
  648. then only a few have reached us
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  650. the spread of parchment.
  651. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  652. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  653. drafts of literary works
  654. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  655. the best poets of his era and
  656. written on the parchment was scratched out
  657. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  658. handwritten books were made,
  659. monuments related to deep
  660. The most common form
  661. collection of poems composed
  662. A handwritten book is a book
  663. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  664. monuments related to deep
  665. Of his works, he is especially famous
  666. for Countess Louise of Savoy
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  669. Testaru. Best known
  670. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
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  672. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
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  674. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  675. At the same time, many antique
  676. handwritten books were made,
  677. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  678. , text and illustrations to which
  679. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
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  682. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  683. The most common form
  684. among them acquired "Moral
  685. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  686. collection of poems composed
  687. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
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  689. monuments related to deep
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  691. multiplies (see also article
  692. secular brotherhoods of scribes.
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  700. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  701. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  702. from a printed book, reproduction
  703. inventions of typography
  704. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  705. consists of the book itself
  706. At the same time, many antique
  707. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .
  708. so expensive material
  709. the spread of parchment.
  710. so expensive material
  711. so expensive material
  712. Duke de Montosier
  713. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  714. which is carried out by the printing
  715. Middle Ages as in Western
  716. from a printed book, reproduction
  717. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  718. consists of the book itself
  719. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  720. new texts were rewritten
  721. manuscripts significantly
  722. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  723. books in ancient times was papyrus
  724. only a few survived.
  725. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  726. book about the chess of love ", created by
  727. which is carried out by the printing
  728. A handwritten book is a book
  729. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  730. The most common form
  731. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  732. manuscripts significantly
  733. text carrier and protective
  734. A handwritten book is a book
  735. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  736. European glory, and even after
  737. At the same time, many antique
  738. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  739. handwritten by the author.
  740. Many calligraphers have acquired
  741. way. Handwritten book
  742. manuscripts held onto
  743. The most common form
  744. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri
  745. At the same time, many antique
  746. collection of poems composed
  747. Testaru. Best known
  748. from a printed book, reproduction
  749. inventions of typography
  750. commonly associated with
  751. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  752. drafts of literary works
  753. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  754. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  755. manuscripts significantly
  756. handwritten by the author.
  757. monuments related to deep
  758. ancient and medieval Latin,
  759. scroll. Go to Code Form
  760. way. Handwritten book
  761. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  762. elements (case, binding).
  763. monuments related to deep
  764. text carrier and protective
  765. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  766. ancient and medieval Latin,
  767. Many calligraphers have acquired
  768. Testaru. Best known
  769. Century to a kind of destruction:
  770. Century to a kind of destruction:
  771. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  772. Since the era of Charlemagne
  773. Century to a kind of destruction:
  774. handwritten books were made,
  775. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  776. number of surviving European
  777. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration
  778. book about the chess of love ", created by
  779. the best poets of his era and
  780. from lat. manus - "hand" and scribo - "I write") ]
  781. ... As a rule, the manuscript is called
  782. Western Europe also formed
  783. or their samples written
  784. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  785. monuments related to deep
  786. so expensive material
  787. monuments related to deep
  788. manuscripts held onto
  789. One of the most skilled calligraphers
  790. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts
  791. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  792. From many manuscripts of Antiquity
  793. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  794. and was erased, and on cleaned
  795. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  796. books in ancient times was papyrus
  797. the best poets of his era and
  798. ancient and medieval Latin,
  799. consists of the book itself
  800. among them acquired "Moral
  801. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  802. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  803. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  804. the best poets of his era and
  805. handwritten books were made,
  806. so expensive material
  807. then only a few have reached us
  808. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN
  809. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  810. ... As a rule, the manuscript is called
  811. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,
  812. from a printed book, reproduction
  813. Duke de Montosier
  814. "Julia's Garland" (fr. Guirlande de Julie)
  815. , text and illustrations to which
  816. book about the chess of love ", created by
  817. inventions of typography
  818. Manuscript is a collective name for texts
  819. only a few survived.
  820. elements (case, binding).
  821. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  822. European glory, and even after
  823. new texts were rewritten
  824. Many calligraphers have acquired
  825. text carrier and protective
  826. manuscripts held onto
  827. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  828. which is carried out by the printing
  829. scroll. Go to Code Form
  830. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in
  831. ancient and medieval Latin,
  832. and was erased, and on cleaned
  833. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,
  834. the spread of parchment.
  835. which is carried out by the printing
  836. handwritten books were made,
  837. number of surviving European
  838. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  839. so expensive material
  840. handwritten by the author.
  841. consists of the book itself
  842. so expensive material
  843. consists of the book itself
  844. commonly associated with
  845. which is carried out by the printing
  846. Many calligraphers have acquired
  847. Preserved about 300 thousand.
  848. handwritten books were made,
  849. mostly in monasteries.
  850. Many calligraphers have acquired
  851. reproduced by hand, in contrast
  852. new texts were rewritten
  853. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  854. works of art.
  855. Since the era of Charlemagne
  856. The most common form
  857. multiplies (see also article
  858. new texts were rewritten
  859. By the end of the 15th century, 35
  860. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  861. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  862. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  863. Of his works, he is especially famous
  864. manuscripts underwent in the Middle
  865. Century to a kind of destruction:
  866. European glory, and even after
  867. Europe, and in Ancient Russia
  868. Western Europe also formed
  869. for Countess Louise of Savoy
  870. Of his works, he is especially famous
  871. bride, Julie d'Angenne.
  872. , text and illustrations to which
  873. drafts of literary works
  874. Century to a kind of destruction:
  875. monuments related to deep
  876. new texts were rewritten
  877. A handwritten book is a book
  878. commonly associated with
  879. From many manuscripts of Antiquity

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