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2012, ISBN: 9781156766088

[ED: Softcover], [PU: Books On Demand Books Llc, Reference Series], Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Chapters: Spiral Binding Company Inc, Muller Martini, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Coil binding, Library binding, Coptic binding, Folio, Oversewn binding, Anthropodermic bibliopegy, Dos-à-dos binding, Wire binding, Sangorski & Sutcliffe, Traditional Chinese bookbinding, Fore-edge painting, Limp vellum, Long-stitch bookbinding, Proclick, Catchword, Comb binding, Board shear, Disc-binding, Bindery, Bonded leather, Guild of Bookworkers, Miniature book, Law leather, Jewelled bookbinding, Inlays and onlays, Stiffening, Swell, Unibind, Finishing, Zipbind, Red rot, Secret Belgian binding, Perma-Bound, Charles Starr, Saddle stitcher, Bone folder, Ethiopian binding, Section, Ring connection, Calf-binding, Cumdach, Papier mache binding, Bookpress. Excerpt: Bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other material. It usually involves attaching covers to the resulting text-block. A traditional bookbinder at work Bookbinders type holderThe craft of bookbinding originated in India, where religious sutras were copied on to palm leaves (cut into two, lengthwise) with a metal stylus. The leaf was then dried and rubbed with ink, which would form a stain in the wound. The finished leaves were given numbers, and two long twines were threaded through each end through wooden boards. When closed, the excess twine would be wrapped around the boards to protect the leaves of the book. Buddhist monks took the idea through Persia, Afghanistan, and Iran, to China in the first century BC. Western writers at this time wrote longer texts as scrolls, and these were stored in shelving with small cubbyholes, similar to a modern winerack. The word volume, from the Latin word volvere ("to roll"), comes from these scrolls. Court records and notes were written on tree bark and leaves, while important documents were written on papyrus. The modern English word book comes from the Proto-Germanic *bokiz, referring to the beechwood on which early written works were recorded. The book was not needed in ancient times, as many early Greek texts-scrolls-were thirty pages long, which fits into the hand. Roman works were often longer, running to hundreds of pages. The Greeks used to comically call their books tome, meaning "to cut". The Egyptian Book of the Dead was a massive 200 pages long but was never meant to be read by the living. Torah scrolls, editions of the Jewish holy book, were also held in special holders when read. Scrolls can be rolled in one of two ways. The first method is to wrap the scroll around a single core, similar to a modern roll of paper towels. While simple to construct, a single core scroll has a major disadvantage: in order to read text at the end of the scro2012. 32 S. 246 mmSofort lieferbar, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Books LLC, Reference Series], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Chapters: Spiral Binding Company Inc, Muller Martini, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Coil binding, Library binding, Coptic binding, Folio, Oversewn binding, Anthropodermic bibliopegy, Dos-à-dos binding, Wire binding, Sangorski & Sutcliffe, Traditional Chinese bookbinding, Fore-edge painting, Limp vellum, Long-stitch bookbinding, Proclick, Catchword, Comb binding, Board shear, Disc-binding, Bindery, Bonded leather, Guild of Bookworkers, Miniature book, Law leather, Jewelled bookbinding, Inlays and onlays, Stiffening, Swell, Unibind, Finishing, Zipbind, Red rot, Secret Belgian binding, Perma-Bound, Charles Starr, Saddle stitcher, Bone folder, Ethiopian binding, Section, Ring connection, Calf-binding, Cumdach, Papier mache binding, Bookpress. Excerpt: Bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other material. It usually involves attaching covers to the resulting text-block. A traditional bookbinder at work Bookbinders type holderThe craft of bookbinding originated in India, where religious sutras were copied on to palm leaves (cut into two, lengthwise) with a metal stylus. The leaf was then dried and rubbed with ink, which would form a stain in the wound. The finished leaves were given numbers, and two long twines were threaded through each end through wooden boards. When closed, the excess twine would be wrapped around the boards to protect the leaves of the book. Buddhist monks took the idea through Persia, Afghanistan, and Iran, to China in the first century BC. Western writers at this time wrote longer texts as scrolls, and these were stored in shelving with small cubbyholes, similar to a modern winerack. The word volume, from the Latin word volvere ('to roll'), comes from these scrolls. Court records and notes were written on tree bark and leaves, while important documents were written on papyrus. The modern English word book comes from the Proto-Germanic bokiz, referring to the beechwood on which early written works were recorded. The book was not needed in ancient times, as many early Greek texts scrolls were thirty pages long, which fits into the hand. Roman works were often longer, running to hundreds of pages. The Greeks used to comically call their books tome, meaning 'to cut'. The Egyptian Book of the Dead was a massive 200 pages long but was never meant to be read by the living. Torah scrolls, editions of the Jewish holy book, were also held in special holders when read. Scrolls can be rolled in one of two ways. The first method is to wrap the scroll around a single core, similar to a modern roll of paper towels. While simple to construct, a single core scroll has a major disadvantage: in order to read text at the end of the scro, [SC: 4.90]

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Bookbinding: Muller Martini, Coil Binding, Library Binding, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Coptic Binding, Folio, Oversewn Binding
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Bookbinding: Muller Martini, Coil Binding, Library Binding, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Coptic Binding, Folio, Oversewn Binding

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9781156766088

Chapters: Muller Martini, Coil Binding, Library Binding, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Coptic Binding, Folio, Oversewn Binding, Dos-A-Dos Binding, Anthropodermic Bibliopegy, Traditional Chinese Bookbinding, Sangorski

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 1156766087
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Books LLC
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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