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Jasminka Lisac

8/10 starsCompleted
5 years, 10 months ago
Very interesting and useful course , but I have to admit I'm a little disappointed that not mentioned Croatian Glagolitic incunabula , for example Missal by the Law of Roman printed probably in Kosinj 22 ... Very interesting and useful course , but I have to admit I'm a little disappointed that not mentioned Croatian Glagolitic incunabula , for example Missal by the Law of Roman printed probably in Kosinj 22 February 1483 . I am aware that it is impossible to point out all the books and manuscripts , but the fact that Croats were the only people who had the incunabula in two scripts - Glagolitic and Latin alphabet and 28 years after Gutenberg , three printing offices ( Senj , Kosinj and Rijeka ) and record by žakan Juraj ( students ) George from Roc about the development of Croatian printing and preparation of printing from 1482, i think it deserves to be highlighted . Otherwise, all the praise other facilities and faculty expertise , I enjoyed the beauty of the selected items .
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6 years, 2 months ago
Excellent mini-MOOC. Module focusing on one part of the overall course that can be completed in a much shorter time. I was able to focus on the topics of most interest. Excellent presentation and material.
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