Mediæval Greek

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Next day I paid a visit to a Chancery barrister of my acquaintance whose hobby was mediæval Greek, and who had written a monograph on Aldus Manutius. He examined the thing with delight, pronounced the caligraphy fifteenth century, and promised to write out the contents for me in decent Greek script.


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