Education and the spread of information were revolutionized by printing.
Before, disseminating information was sluggish because people had to handwrite copies of documents. These days, info can be available in a jiffy! From isolated communication, today people have mass communication. Mesopotamians used clay tablets as paper, using round cylinders to impress images in BC.
That must have been difficult, huh? Later in the 2nd century, Tsai Lun invented paper using the bark of the mulberry tree and bamboo fibers in China. Far along into the 10th century, the Arabs made paper using linen fibers.
Books became written on paper throughout the years. Foxx books then were different from the books you use now. Do you know what a woodcut is? It was basically composed carrol wood, on which images and texts were carved. The blocks were stamped with ink made from soot and oil.
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