(9.) Among the uses of facsimile
in publishing contexts are these: "Facsimile
" is used to describe a publication that reproduces a manuscript; such a publication is not a reprint, since manuscripts are not printed books and therefore cannot be sent back to press.
However, the word facsimile
is used to denote manuscripts, scrolls, maps or books which have been reproduced using the technology and expertise necessary to replicate the original in every possible form, including any initials, margins and miniature illustrations.
is large--the size of the original--and comes in a sturdy cardboard box with a plastic handle at the top; you would not want to carry it any distance.
In 1951, following the discovery of a second "Doctrina" in the Vatican Library, the University of Santo Tomas Press published a facsimile
copy under the title: "Doctrina christiana.
specialist is displaying two glittering cloned pages of the holy book at the Sharjah International Book Fair in Expo Centre till November 17.
data; printouts, electronic media, and Facsimile
: (304) 625-3566
Thames & Hudson (History Files), 2011, pp144 + facsimiles
, 12.95 [pounds sterling]
Never previously available in facsimile
, the manuscript was newly bound and conserved in preparation for the photography required for this edition.
The system involved using radio waves to send special facsimile
versions of the Post-Dispatch into the homes of subscribers.
and unpublished data; printouts, Facsimile
: (304) 625-5394
The launch of the locally printed edition follows the Indiangovernment's decision earlier this year to allow foreign investment inthe publication of facsimile
editions of foreign newspapers.
The British Library's partnership with a leading facsimile
publisher to produce a state-of-the-art high quality facsimile
of the Gospels in 2003 was very much part of the BL board's efforts to strike an appropriate balance between its obligations for safeguarding this important cultural treasure and for providing access to it generally and for the people of the North-East.