Diurnariorum ars

(Redirectum de Ars diurnariorum)

Diurnariorum ars est ars olfaciendi, investigandi, ac inquaerendi, describendi, et denique aliis transmittendi nuntiorum sive de rebus gravioribus sicut bello, oeconomia, vel progressu medico, sive de levioribus sicut moda tractantum. Propositio diurnariorum artis est ergo alios docere certioresque facere, quem ad finem photographemmata, radiophonia, libri, ephemerides, pelliculae, televisio, et interrete (una media communicationis socialis appellati) sunt omnes late in usu.

Praecipuum caput ephemeridis primae, Relation aller Fürnemmen und gedenckwürdigen Historien, a Ioanne Carolo anno 1609 editae.

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