The Vellum Scribe, Wiliarit, is a bookmaker. Early history of bookbinding and it’s relation to sewing and other crafts.
In 2016, I gave paper that revisited the old question of the rise of the codex. There has been a lot of work done over the years on why the codex may have come to replace the roll, but there has been much less concern about the question of how: What technological developments were involved in bringing about the multi-quire codex with its characteristic stitching that became the medium for the transmission of literature for a millennium?
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