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DEFINITION

One side of a leaf in a publication.<br><br>One side of a leaf, or sheet of paper in a publication, letter, book, or manuscript, often with reference to its contents. "Page" can also refer to a Web page. It is also a common field of reference in graphic design. In a book, the right-hand page is called the recto, the left-hand the verso. These two pages are often arrayed on a signature (a folded sheet of paper) so that it has four pages altogether.Example: Andrea Palladio, author; Venice: Domenico de&#39;Franceschi, 1570, publisher, I Quattro Libri dell&#39;architettura di Andrea Palladio..., 1570 (4 parts in one volume), printed book; 128 p. : ill., maps ; 12 cm, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. See Palladian. see thumbnail to rightIllustrated: title page of Andrea Palladio&#39;s I Quattro Libri dell&#39;architettura and engraved portrait of Palladio from the frontispiece.Also see bleed, colophon, dyslexia, folio, margin, marginalia, quarto, octavo, rectangle, and signature.<br><br>One side of a leaf, or sheet of paper in a publication, letter, book, or manuscript, often with reference to its contents. "Page" can also refer to a Web page. It is also a common field of reference in graphic design. In a book, the right-hand page is called the recto, the left-hand the verso. These two pages are often arrayed on a signature (a folded sheet of paper) so that it has four pages altogether.

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