Elzevir

The Elzevir family were booksellers and publishers in the Netherlands in the seventeenth century. As publishers of new work by Descartes, Galileo, and Grotius, they were part of the reason for Bertrand Russell's comment that it "is impossible to exaggerate the importance of Holland in the seventeenth century, as the one country where there was freedom of speculation."

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