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Maps in Newspapers

Approaches to Study and Practices in Portraying War since the 19th Century

André Reyes Novaes

), problematized Green’s (1999) argument, stating that “true creativity came with discipline” and recommending map creators to “balance experience and imagination” (Vuajkovic 2002, 202). Despite small differences, the construction of a critical consensus among scholars become consolidated in the late 1990s. In

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Lotte Hellinga

, required significant investment, which in turn required returns that could only be achieved by selling the products of the press. Printers had to refine the art of balancing what they could supply with the demand they hoped to find. Many of the early printers (in modern times we would call them publishers

Benito Rial Costas

, market and Church. The New Liturgical Books and ‘the Obedience to His Holiness’ Through a diplomatic balance of powers, and with important political, economic and religious implications, Philip II had obtained from the Pope the management rights of the new liturgical books for Spain, deciding who would

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Lotte Hellinga

and whereabouts of Jenson until he emerged in 1470 as a printer in Venice – there to die, a prosperous man, in the autumn of 1480. The large number of books he produced in that decade are characterized by the quality of their layout and typography; the balance he achieved in combining these elements

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Lotte Hellinga

Venice has an initial with parallel strokes. 45 It is as if a rather weak hand was continuing the tradition in one of the legal works in which illumination was still expected. For about 15 years Schoeffer thus managed to strike a happy balance in the transition from hand-produced to printed book

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Lotte Hellinga

balance of probabilities favours supporting Husung’s belief that the two snippets are part of a planning exercise – or as he put it, ‘a survey, or reconnaissance into materials that to some extent do not belong together as subject matter’. 61 However, this notion is challenged by the surviving leaves of

Stefan Bauer

commune, serving several times as a conservator. (The conservators acted as intermediaries who sought to balance the interests of the Roman citizens and of the pope). The commissario delle antichità , on the other hand, was appointed by the pope, and this office had been established in 1534 by Paul iii

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Joop W. Koopmans

continue, one or more German electors would be deposed and replaced. 21 The idea of a European balance of power was reflected in an account from Italy, included in the Haarlem newspaper of 5 December 1673, which mentioned the Papal Court’s wish “also gaerne soude sien, dat Spangie den Staet van Europa

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Carter Vaughn Findley

, unsold jewelry was shipped to Mouradgea in France. 120 From Paris, he also attempted to continue trading in goods, including beeswax. 121 As of early 1785, he seems usually to have had a balance of about 40,000 kuruş with the Istanbul firm of Thomas Serpos, his main business correspondents in the city

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Joop W. Koopmans

he reported that the declaration of war had reached The Hague. However, the letters from England of 22 and 26 December had not yet arrived, “as a consequence of which we are not yet in a state to divulge the true balance of affairs between our republic and Great Britain.” The Leydse Courant could