Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983. Softcover. VG- (Slightly aged overall; faint foxing or soiling along top edge of book block; former owner name and year on first page.). Sage and illus. wraps, 264 text pp. plus 64 BW plate pages at rear. "A much-needed textbook for students of epigraphy and an up-to-date reference work for scholars. Central to the work are its  illustrations. ... The photographs of these inscriptions reveal the close relationship between Latin inscriptions and our present-day type fonts by way of the humanistic hand of fifteenth-century European scholars. This book will be of interest not only to students and scholars of epigraphy but to those interested in the history of typography as well." (back cover). (Inventory #: 156280)
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