‘Only superficial people do not judge by appearances’: type, design and the spirit of the age #1

Sprat HIstory of Royal Society 1667 #2

Thomas Sprat, HIstory of the Royal Society, 1667. Nullius Verba (literally ‘No ones’s words’) is the motto of the Society and suggests that knowledge comes from experimental verification rather than the handing down of words.

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