Quarto

  • (noun): The size of a book whose pages are made by folding a sheet of paper twice to form four leaves.
    Synonyms: 4to

Some articles on quarto:

Love's Sacrifice - Publication
... The 1633 quarto was published by the bookseller Hugh Beeston ... The 1633 quarto contains prefatory poems, including one by James Shirley ... The title page of the quarto states that the play was acted by Queen Henrietta's Men at the Cockpit Theatre, and was "received generally well." ...
A.S.D. Quarto
... Associazione Sportiva Dilettante Quarto is an Italian association football club located in Quarto, Campania ...
Cuthbert Burby - Shakespeare
... Shakespeare Burby published two key editions of Shakespearean works, the first quarto of Love's Labor's Lost (1598 printed by William White) and the second ... and replacement for the defective Q1, the "bad quarto" printed by John Danter in 1597 ... — which has been taken by some commentators as a possible indication of an earlier "bad quarto" of LLL that has not survived ...
Line 7 (Naples Metro) - Route
... Montesanto Cumana railway Piave Soccavo Traiano La Trencia Pianura Pisani Quarto Centro Quarto Depot Quarto Officina Rome–Formia–Naples railway Grotta del ...