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The glossary below aims to help both novices and more advanced researchers of the history of the book and its many variants understand common terms employed in the many different disciplines that contribute to this varied field of study. Additions and updates are welcome.
 
The glossary below aims to help both novices and more advanced researchers of the history of the book and its many variants understand common terms employed in the many different disciplines that contribute to this varied field of study. Additions and updates are welcome.
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Revision as of 12:43, 12 May 2016

The glossary below aims to help both novices and more advanced researchers of the history of the book and its many variants understand common terms employed in the many different disciplines that contribute to this varied field of study. Additions and updates are welcome.

bifolium
broadside
catchword
chain lines
chase
codex
colophon
coucher
deckle
folio
font
format
internal title page
repository
signature
STC
quire