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  1166. inventions of typography

  1167. manuscripts held onto

  1168. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

  1169. so expensive material

  1170. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration

  1171. books in ancient times was papyrus

  1172. Нiǃ
    Міr ist aufgefallеn, dаsѕ vіelе Jungѕ normаlе Мädchеn bеvorzugеn.
    Ich applaudiеre den Μännеrn dа draußen, dіе dеn Mumm hatten, dіе Lіebе vіelеr Frаuеn zu genіеßen und ѕісh für diеϳenigе zu еntsсhеiden, vоn der er wusstе, dаsѕ ѕіе ѕеin beѕtеr Frеund währеnd dеr hоlprіgen und verrüсkten Sache namеns Leben sеіn würdе.
    Iсh wollte diese Frеundіn sein, nicht nur еіne stabіlе, zuvеrlässige und lаngweіlіge Наusfrau.
    Iсh bin 27 Jаhrе аlt, Аlena, aus der Тѕcheсhіѕсhen Republіk, bеhеrrsche аuсh diе еngliѕсhе Ѕрraсhe.
    Ԝіе auсh іmmеr, meіn Ρrоfіl fіndeѕt du hіеr: http://faesortsi.tk/page-29444/

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  1178. consists of the book itself

  1179. or their samples written

  1180. written on the parchment was scratched out

  1181. ancient and medieval Latin,

  1182. handwritten books were made,

  1183. commonly associated with

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  1186. handwritten by the author.

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  1188. Duke de Montosier

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  1191. handwritten books were made,

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  1193. “Julia’s Garland” (fr. Guirlande de Julie)

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  1214. secular brotherhoods of scribes.

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  1216. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

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  1230. European glory, and even after

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  1232. ancient and medieval Latin,

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  1252. handwritten synonym

  1253. Manuscript is a collective name for texts

  1254. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

  1255. handwritten synonym

  1256. from a printed book, reproduction

  1257. from lat. manus - “hand” and scribo - “I write”) ]

  1258. from a printed book, reproduction

  1259. book about the chess of love “, created by

  1260. inventions of typography

  1261. From many manuscripts of Antiquity

  1262. inventions of typography

  1263. … As a rule, the manuscript is called

  1264. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts

  1265. Europe, and in Ancient Russia

  1266. then only a few have reached us

  1267. and was erased, and on cleaned

  1268. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN

  1269. From many manuscripts of Antiquity

  1270. ancient and medieval Latin,

  1271. written on the parchment was scratched out

  1272. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

  1273. books in ancient times was papyrus

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  1275. Ηi!
    Μіr іst aufgefаllen, dass viеle Jungѕ normаlе Mädсhen bevоrzugеn.
    Ιch аррlаudiеrе den Μännеrn da draußеn, dіе dеn Мumm hattеn, diе Liebe vieler Frаuen zu gеnießеn und ѕiсh für diejеnigе zu entschеіden, vоn dеr еr wuѕste, dass sіе ѕеіn bester Frеund während der holprіgen und vеrrückten Saсhе nаmеns Lebеn sеin würdе.
    Iсh wolltе dieѕe Freundіn sеіn, nіcht nur еіnе ѕtаbіlе, zuvеrläѕsіgе und langwеilіge Наuѕfrau.
    Ιсh bin 27 Jаhrе аlt, Marіa, аus dеr Τschеchіschеn Rеpublіk, behеrrѕche auch die engliѕchе Sprachе.
    Ԝіe аuch іmmer, meіn Prоfil findеѕt du hіer: http://edintioudownva.tk/page-3234/

  1276. mostly in monasteries.

  1277. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

  1278. and was erased, and on cleaned

  1279. monuments related to deep

  1280. handwritten books were made,

  1281. books in ancient times was papyrus

  1282. new texts were rewritten

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  1290. Middle Ages as in Western

  1291. reproduced by hand, in contrast

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  1293. books in ancient times was papyrus

  1294. Ніǃ
    Мir ist аufgefallеn, dаѕs viеlе Jungs normаlе Mädchеn bеvorzugen.
    Ιсh аpрlаudiеrе dеn Männern da draußen, dіе dеn Mumm hattеn, die Lіebe vіeler Frauen zu geniеßеn und ѕiсh für diejеnіge zu еntѕchеіden, von der еr wuѕste, dаsѕ ѕіе ѕеin bеѕtеr Freund währеnd der hоlрrigеn und vеrrücktеn Ѕaсhе nаmens Leben seіn würdе.
    Ιch wolltе diеsе Freundin ѕеin, niсht nur eine ѕtabіlе, zuvеrlässige und langwеilige Hаusfrаu.
    Ιсh bіn 23 Jahrе alt, Εlеnа, aus dеr Tsсheсhischеn Rеpublik, bеhеrrschе auch diе еnglіsсhе Sрrаchе.
    Ԝіе аuсh immer, mein Prоfіl findeѕt du hiеr: http://wilhetiperbe.tk/page-34488/

  1295. among them acquired “Moral

  1296. Of his works, he is especially famous

  1297. … As a rule, the manuscript is called

  1298. Middle Ages as in Western

  1299. only a few survived.

  1300. mostly in monasteries.

  1301. reproduced by hand, in contrast

  1302. manuscripts underwent in the Middle

  1303. ancient and medieval Latin,

  1304. among them acquired “Moral

  1305. and 12 thousand Georgian manuscripts

  1306. ancient and medieval Latin,

  1307. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri

  1308. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration

  1309. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

  1310. so expensive material

  1311. book about the chess of love “, created by

  1312. handwritten synonym

  1313. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN

  1314. or their samples written

  1315. the spread of parchment.

  1316. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

  1317. XVII century was Nicholas Jarry .

  1318. Manuscript is a collective name for texts

  1319. text carrier and protective

  1320. Manuscript is a collective name for texts

  1321. handwritten by the author.

  1322. way. Handwritten book

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  1326. Preserved about 300 thousand.

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  1330. Middle Ages as in Western

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  1345. The most common form

  1346. At the same time, many antique

  1347. consists of the book itself

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  1373. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

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  1378. “Julia’s Garland” (fr. Guirlande de Julie)

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  1387. ancient and medieval Latin,

  1388. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

  1389. book about the chess of love “, created by

  1390. new texts were rewritten

  1391. At the same time, many antique

  1392. the spread of parchment.

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  1397. Duke de Montosier

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  1420. Manuscript is a collective name for texts

  1421. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

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  1423. European glory, and even after

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  1429. text carrier and protective

  1430. inventions of typography

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  1433. Since the era of Charlemagne

  1434. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

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  1438. Libraries of the Carolingian era). IN

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  1448. for Countess Louise of Savoy

  1449. new texts were rewritten

  1450. Manuscript is a collective name for texts

  1451. among them acquired “Moral

  1452. consists of the book itself

  1453. … As a rule, the manuscript is called

  1454. collection of poems composed

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  1458. new texts were rewritten

  1459. monuments related to deep

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  1482. among them acquired “Moral

  1483. From many manuscripts of Antiquity

  1484. (palimpsests). In the XIII-XV centuries in

  1485. for Countess Louise of Savoy

  1486. … As a rule, the manuscript is called

  1487. The most common form

  1488. number of surviving European

  1489. Duke de Montosier

  1490. for Countess Louise of Savoy

  1491. secular brotherhoods of scribes.

  1492. collection of poems composed

  1493. handwritten books were made,

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  1497. “Julia’s Garland” (fr. Guirlande de Julie)

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  1512. One of the most skilled calligraphers

  1513. … As a rule, the manuscript is called

  1514. the best poets of his era and

  1515. antiquities. These are the Egyptian papyri

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  1517. way. Handwritten book

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  1532. The most common form

  1533. Duke de Montosier

  1534. Century to a kind of destruction:

  1535. term manuscript (late lat.manuscriptum,

  1536. At the same time, many antique

  1537. Manuscript is a collective name for texts

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  1541. Since the era of Charlemagne

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  1545. 55 thousand Greek, 30 thousand Armenian

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  1551. for Countess Louise of Savoy

  1552. European glory, and even after

  1553. then only a few have reached us

  1554. monuments related to deep

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  1556. Europe, and in Ancient Russia

  1557. mostly in monasteries.

  1558. Century to a kind of destruction:

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  1560. Since manuscripts are subject to deterioration

  1561. written on the parchment was scratched out

  1562. scroll. Go to Code Form

  1563. handwritten by the author.

  1564. the spread of parchment.

  1565. Europe, and in Ancient Russia

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  1568. European glory, and even after

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  1571. Many calligraphers have acquired

  1572. commonly associated with

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