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 ===Other Grants=== ===Other Grants===
  
 +  * In 2017 the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe awarded the 15cBOOKTRADE a grant to catalogue Hebrew incunabula from Italian, Israeli, and British libraries in MEI. 
 +  * In 2017 The Helen Hamlyn Trust awarded to the 15cBOOKTRADE a grant to complete the cataloguing of incunabula in Venice, Fondazione Cini and Correr Museum.
   *The cataloguing of incunabula from libraries of Regione Lombardia (which oversees a network of some 120 libraries) started in 2010 by Alessandro Ledda and Giancarlo Petrella, part of the team headed by Prof. Edoardo Barbieri of Centro di Ricerca Europeo Libro Editoria Biblioteca (= CRELEB), Università Cattolica of Milan. Grants were received from Regione Lombardia and from Fondazione Cariplo. ​   *The cataloguing of incunabula from libraries of Regione Lombardia (which oversees a network of some 120 libraries) started in 2010 by Alessandro Ledda and Giancarlo Petrella, part of the team headed by Prof. Edoardo Barbieri of Centro di Ricerca Europeo Libro Editoria Biblioteca (= CRELEB), Università Cattolica of Milan. Grants were received from Regione Lombardia and from Fondazione Cariplo. ​
   *A Government Research Funding grant (PRIN) was awarded in 2009 to scholars of Università Cattolica and Università Statale of Milan to catalogue book-in-hand in MEI some 2,500 books. ​   *A Government Research Funding grant (PRIN) was awarded in 2009 to scholars of Università Cattolica and Università Statale of Milan to catalogue book-in-hand in MEI some 2,500 books. ​
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