45 MILES OF ARCHIVES. I have posted several times, including here, about how pleased I am when I find out that there is still a lot of historical research to be done. A review in the weekend Financial Times by Michael Prodger of Roger Crowley’s CITY OF FORTUNE: HOW VENICE WON AND LOST A NAVAL EMPIRE points out that the archives of Venice fill 45 miles of shelving.

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