„The Florence State Archive has printed 2,000 facsimile copies of the XIV century manuscript detailing the charges and sentence against Dante – the author of the Divine Comedy – and will give them to universities and libraries.
The copies closely match the original – down to the original binding – but with the addition of explanatory notes.
From the BBC […]“
Sorry, why will archives not receive copies? And why put the Italian archivists the document not online?
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