The Gutenberg Bible: Landmark in Learning #2020

The Gutenberg Bible: Landmark in Learning James Thorpe The Gutenberg Bible Landmark in Learning The Gutenberg Bible which appeared about represents the invention of printing in the Western world The Huntington Library holds one of three vellum copies of the Gutenberg Bible in the United S

  • Title: The Gutenberg Bible: Landmark in Learning
  • Author: James Thorpe
  • ISBN: 9780873281690
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Gutenberg Bible: Landmark in Learning James Thorpe The Gutenberg Bible, which appeared about 1455, represents the invention of printing in the Western world The Huntington Library holds one of three vellum copies of the Gutenberg Bible in the United States Color reproductions of several pages and initial letters from the Bible accompany this text, which details the early history of printing and the way the Gutenberg BiblThe Gutenberg Bible, which appeared about 1455, represents the invention of printing in the Western world The Huntington Library holds one of three vellum copies of the Gutenberg Bible in the United States Color reproductions of several pages and initial letters from the Bible accompany this text, which details the early history of printing and the way the Gutenberg Bible was produced The author also discusses Henry Huntington s purchase of the Bible in 1911 for the then unimaginable sum of 50,000.
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    One thought on “The Gutenberg Bible: Landmark in Learning”

    1. Short read, rather easy as well I assume it s meant for younger readers That said, I feel the book was of a bragging from the owner then much history about Gutenburg, the bibles that share his name, or any real information that stands out.Less then a third of the book is about The actual history of Gutenberg and how he created his printing press While the information is interesting, it s barely truly touched The chapter after that talks briefly about how many of the Bibles are remaining, and th [...]

    2. Not nearly as interested in the text as advertised interested in pictures and in collector stories Considering the vast and fascinating history of the Gutenberg Bible itself, the author s egotistical focus is disappointing.

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