Gabriel Naudé and the Foundations of the Scholarly Library

  title={Gabriel Naud{\'e} and the Foundations of the Scholarly Library},
  author={Jack Alden Clarke},
  journal={The Library Quarterly},
  pages={331 - 343}
  • J. A. Clarke
  • Published 1 October 1969
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The opening decades of the seventeenth century were characterized in France, and to a lesser extent in Italy, by a flurry of scholarly activity in the letters and arts. New and vital social forces were transforming classical and historical studies from antiquarian pursuits into modern, scientific studies. Unlike their medieval predecessors, the historians of the seventeenth century required new sources of information for their researches and an improved methodology "in order to establish the… 
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