Zacharias Calliergis, la première imprimerie grecque de Rome et le rôle du banquier du pape : Les enjeux éducatifs et économiques du marché des savoirs au XVIe siècle

Abstract : The invention of printing had a profound impact on access to knowledge, extended the readership, and transformed information into a consumer product. The publishing industry, already in full expansion in the early 16th century, was attracting numerous investors. Typesetter-printers and businessmen worked together to develop new commercial activities. With the establishment of the first Greek print shop in Rome, many key issues (technical, educational, economic, etc.) emerged and provide new insights into the emergence of a new economic system, new practices in acquiring knowledge, and transformations to the university model. This context allows us to revisit the role of the merchant banker in the new market for information.
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Amélie Ferrigno. Zacharias Calliergis, la première imprimerie grecque de Rome et le rôle du banquier du pape : Les enjeux éducatifs et économiques du marché des savoirs au XVIe siècle. Rives Méditerranéennes, UMR TELEMME, 2015, pp.157-171. ⟨hal-01192844⟩

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