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A book published in 2000 by the Italian publishing house L'Erma di Bretschneider uses this font. Since it is a congress volume, it includes contributions in several different languages.
I tried to figure it out with "What the font"; it suggested "Georgia Pro Condensed Light", which is a close match, but the shape of the letter "Q" is clearly different.
Help is very much appreciated!
SNAG-0020.jpg is a very clear scan I did from the book itself.
SNAG-0021.jpg is included because it showes the shape of the letter "Q".
img0009.jpg is a full page scan, unfortunately from a photo copy.