Aldus Manutius (14471515)

Aldus Manutius, or Aldo Manuzio, an Italian printer, born at Bassano, established a printing-office in Venice in 1488, issued the celebrated Aldine Editions of the classics, and invented the italic type, for the exclusive use of which for many years he obtained a patent, though the honour of the invention is more probably due to his typefounder, Franciso de Bologna, than to him (14471515).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Aldrovan`di, Ulysses * Alec`to
Alde`baran
Aldehyde
Al`derney
Al`dershot
Aldine Editions
Aldingar, Sir
Aldobrandini
Al`dred
Al`drich
Aldrovan`di, Ulysses
Aldus Manutius
Alec`to
Aleman`
Aleman`ni
Alemte`jo
Alençon
Alençon, Counts and Dukes of
Alep`po
Ale`sia
Alesius
Alessandria