From the Fourth Chapter . . .










The text of the Centennial Translation is composed in Bembo, the classic design based on the printing types used by Aldo Manuzio, Venice’s great printer of the Renaissance. The display types are made from an alphabet created by Austrian calligrapher Friedrich Neugebauer.

The book is printed on acid-free paper from Mohawk Mills, with a special sewn construction that combines the strength and longevity of a Japanese binding with the added protection of a traditional case binding. Typographic format by Bruce Kennett. Bound in sand-colored cloth, 142 pages, trim size 5-3⁄4 x 9 inches.Edition limited to 150 copies, signed by the translators and the designer.