Johann Gutenberg


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Noun1.Johann Gutenberg - German printer who was the first in Europe to print using movable type and the first to use a press (1400-1468)Johann Gutenberg - German printer who was the first in Europe to print using movable type and the first to use a press (1400-1468)
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* From a timeline that I not-quite arbitrarily picked to start from Johann Gutenberg's moveable type printing press in c.
"This was the internet of its day at least as influential as the iPhone," said Gabriel de Montmollin, director of the Museum of the Reformation, toying with the replica of Johann Gutenberg's great invention.
In 1450, Johann Gutenberg invented moveable type printing.
Pioneered by Johann Gutenberg in the 15th century, letterpress originally used wood and metal plates to print ink reliefs for Bibles and other books.
The digitized collections will include Johann Gutenberg's Latin Bible; works by Homer, Sophocles, Plato and Hippocrates; manuscripts of the New Testament and of the early church fathers; and the Sifra, a legal commentary on Scripture thought to be the oldest existing Hebrew codex, dating back to the late ninth century.
By digging into history, these grandiloquent "experts" would be surprised to learn that the first printed Bible was produced by Johann Gutenberg, a Catholic,--with Church approval--in 1455.
Pero el primer almanaque impreso con tecnicas modernas fue publicado en 1457, en Mainz, por Johann Gutenberg, antes incluso de que el lector europeo tuviera en sus manos su famosa Biblia.
Paul, Ts'ai Lun, Johann Gutenberg, Christopher Columbus and then Albert Einstein.
(Try "Middle of the road," "Johann Gutenberg" and "P=4R+12Q").
Todos estos inventos y cambios en el formato habrian de reducirse con la invencion de la imprenta a mediados del siglo XV en Europa, gracias a Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg, mejor conocido como Johann Gutenberg. Su invento produjo efectos inmediatos, pues apenas un ano despues de la impresion de la primera Biblia se comenzaron a instalar imprentas en toda Europa.
While there exists some scholarly debate over this invention's origins, modern consensus credits Johann Gutenberg with this discovery.
In the 16th century, Johann Gutenberg invented a printing press with movable type, leading the way to book production for the masses.