Johann Gutenberg

movable-type printing

Inventors, Inventions . 2014.

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  • Johann Gutenberg —     Johann Gutenberg     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Johann Gutenberg     (Henne Gänsfleisch zur Laden, commonly called Gutenberg).     Inventor of printing; born about 1400; died 1467 or 1468 at Mainz. Gutenberg was the son of Friele (Friedrich)… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Johann Gutenberg — Johannes Gutenberg Pour les articles homonymes, voir Gutenberg.  Il existe peu de documents sur la vie de Gutenberg et la manière dont il a conçu son invention. Tout ce qui va suivre est donc une interprétation des documents existants. Il… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Johann Gutenberg — Gebräuchliches Bildnis von Johannes Gutenberg, das aber erst lange nach seinem Tod erstellt wurde und somit als Fantasiebildnis gilt Darstellung in einem …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Johann Gutenberg — noun German printer who was the first in Europe to print using movable type and the first to use a press (1400 1468) • Syn: ↑Gutenberg, ↑Johannes Gutenberg • Instance Hypernyms: ↑printer, ↑pressman …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Gutenberg-Gymnasium (Erfurt) — Gutenberg Gymnasium (3. Staatliches Gymnasium „Johann Gutenberg“) Schulform Gymnasium Gründung 1909 O …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Johann Fust — (c.1400 October 30 1466), was an early German printer. Family background Fust belonged to a rich and respectable burgher family of Mainz, traceable back to 1423; members of the family held many civil and religious offices.The name was always… …   Wikipedia

  • Gutenberg Bible — of the New York Public Library, bought by James Lenox in 1847. The first to come to the USA, national folklore has it that the officers at the New York Customs House removed their hats on seeing it. The Gutenberg Bible (also known as the 42 line… …   Wikipedia

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