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Mundaneum in Mons. Wikimedia.org

The rise of the paper Google

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Artistic Rendering of the Library of Alexandria, based on some archaeological evidence. Wikipedia.org
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Neo-Assyrian clay tablet. Epic of Gilgamesh, Tablet 11: Story of the Flood. Known as the “Flood Tablet” From the Library of Ashurbanipal, 7th century BC. Wikipedia.org
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Title page of the Encyclopédie. Wikipedia.org
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Otlet to work in an office built at his home following the closure of the Palais Mondial in June 1937. Wikipedia.org
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Paul Otlet, Mundaneum. Mondotheque.be
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The Universal Bibliographic Repertory. Mundaneum
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Paul Otlet, Henri La Fontaine and Mathilde Lhoest, his wife, outside the gates of Palais Mondial, in Cinquantenaire (Brussel). Wikipedia.org
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Illustration on page 205, Traité de Documentation. Wikimedia.org
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Plate of the Atlas World. Wikimedia.org
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Plate of the Atlas World. Wikimedia.org
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From Traité de Documentation. Wikisource.org
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All sources of documentation are stored in a single cabinet: the Mondotheque. Wikimedia.org
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Plate of the Atlas World. Wikimedia.org

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