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  • Lamine d'oro orfiche

    €300.00

    Limited edition of 5 copies typeset by hand in original 19th-century movable types.
    The ‘Orphic’ gold tablets are tiny scraps of gold foils engraved with precepts meant as instructions to enter the Afterlife. Those fascinating invocations are one of the first evidence of ancient Greek religion, and exerted a great influence on later Greek culture.

  • ΠΕΡΙ ΦΥΣΗΩΣ - ΔΙΟΓΕΝΟΥΣ

    €120.00
    Limited edition of 180 copies typeset by hand in original 19th-century types.
    Ancient Greek and Italian edition.
    «No printer is great if it does not print Greek. Without this effort it is impossible to serve Humanism. Because Humanism has two sources: Athens and Florence. Without these two corners of the world, it is not entirely certain that man would be able to get civilized, becoming a being able to oppose the immense power of individuality to mass action […]» Jean Zafiropulo.
  • ΠΕΡΙ ΦΥΣΗΩΣ - ΑΝΑΞΑΓΟΡΟΥ

    €120.00
    Limited edition of 190 copies typeset by hand in original 19th-century types.
    Ancient Greek and Italian edition.
    «No printer is great if it does not print Greek. Without this effort it is impossible to serve Humanism. Because Humanism has two sources: Athens and Florence. Without these two corners of the world, it is not entirely certain that man would be able to get civilized, becoming a being able to oppose the immense power of individuality to mass action […]» Jean Zafiropulo.
    Known for his materialistic theories, the scientist and philosopher Anaxagoras (499-428 a. D.) is convinced that the world consists of an infinity of infinitesimal units that form all things, and that the sun is a burning rock. He taught in Athens for thirty years.
  • Hippocratic Oath

    €40.00

    The earliest and most relevant expression of medical ethics in the Western world.

    The perfect gift for physicians, who, in these times of pandemic, are more than ever invested with high responsibility. 

    Available in three versions: printed in Italian, both framed (€ 60) and unframed (€ 40).

    Limited edition typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.