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Dr Sarah Alexis Rabinowe

Traversing the Art Legal System in Early Modern Venice: The Case of Antonio Floriano’s Mappamondo

Dr Sarah Alexis Rabinowe is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law. She specialises in art law.

Dr Rabinowe explores the sixteenth-century Venetian cartographer Antonio Floriano's request that his Mappamondo (world map) be assigned print privilege.

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