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Aldine Editions

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Editions of the Greek and Latin classics, published and printed under the superintendence of Aldo Manuzʹio, his father-in-law Andrea of Asolo, and his son Paolo (1490–1597); most of them in small octavo, and all noted for their accuracy. The father invented the type called italics, once called Aldine, and first used in printing Virgil, 1501.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Alcuith
Aldabella
Aldebaran
Alderman
Alderman (An)
Alderman (An)
Aldgate Pump
Aldibo-ronte-phosco-phornio
Aldiger (in Orlando Furioso)
Aldine
Aldine Editions
Aldingar (Sir)
Ale
Aleberry
Ale-dagger (An)
Ale-draper
Ale Knight (An)
Ale-silver
Ale-stake
Ale-wife
Alecto

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Aldine Editions