In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Finally, the quires of pages are bound between two wooden covers and the spine is tied with damp leather.
- These quires are then bound together in the correct order to produce the book.
- But I did have the trimmings from the quires the monks made to make tiny booklets of my own.
- Pages printed on one or both sides, gathered into quires or folios, superseded papyrus and parchment rolls in the fourth century CE.
- These, too, were the work of several artists working simultaneously on numbers of quires on details such as historiated initials, bas-de-page and marginal illustrations, and line endings.
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