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Thread poster: Catherine Bolton

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Jun 7, 2002

I just stumbled across an excellent resource. The Rome museum of Palazzo Braschi is in both Italian and English, and EACH section has a \"GLOSSARY of the terms concerning the main techniques of photography, engraving, printing and old books\" in the respective languages.



I found it quite helpful for cross-referencing!



Here\'s the address:



http://www.museodiroma.comune.roma.it/PalazzoBraschi/MAIN_PAGE.show?p_web=INTE&p_lingua=02



[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-06-07 10:28 ]



BTW, it also has a search engine, complete with photographs of the different items on exhibit, including paintings and ceramics.

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-06-07 10:44 ]


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