Did you know that before 1440, all books in Europe were copied and produced by hand, one at a time? Copyists and scribes wrote the text and illuminators drew and painted the pictures. In 1440, Johannes Gutenberg invented a printing press. A printing press is like a giant ‘stamp’ and can easily create multiple copies of the same page. During the Renaissance, a printing press could produce about 3,600 pages each day compared to only 2-3 pages by hand.
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