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Before the Codex: Bamboo Slips and Accordion Folds

Before the Codex, part 5
By Christine Cox

This is the last in a five-part series focusing on various writing supports, book forms and writing styles before the codex was invented.

Presented in this graphic and the others in the series are some of the writing supports and forms that preceded the codex. They’ve survived the ravages of time, war and tradition to come down to us.
(Click graphic to enlarge)

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Before the Codex: Mayan “Codex” and Palm Leaf Books

Before the Codex, part 4
By Christine Cox

This is the fourth in a five-part series focusing on various writing supports, book forms and writing styles before the codex was invented.

Presented in this graphic and the others in the series are some of the writing supports and forms that preceded the codex. They’ve survived the ravages of time, war and tradition to come down to us.
(Click graphic to enlarge)

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Before the Codex: Scrolls and Wax Tablets

Before the Codex, part 3
By Christine Cox

This is the third in a five-part series focusing on various writing supports, book forms and writing styles before the codex was invented.

Presented in this graphic and the others in the series are some of the writing supports and forms that preceded the codex. They’ve survived the ravages of time, war and tradition to come down to us.

Sponsored by:

Bookbinding, Metalsmithing and Glass
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Before the Codex: Clay Tablets

Before the Codex, part 2
By Christine Cox

This is the second in a five-part series focusing on various writing supports, book forms and writing styles before the codex was invented.

Presented in this graphic and those that will follow are some of the writing supports and forms that preceded the codex. They’ve survived the ravages of time, war and tradition to come down to us.
(Click graphic to enlarge)

beforecodex-pg2

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Before the Codex: Stone Carving

Before the Codex, part 1
By Christine Cox

This is the first in a five-part series focusing on various writing supports, book forms and writing styles before the codex was invented. From some time around 3100 BCE, humans have recorded important details about our lives, but it wasn’t until those clever Egyptians decided to fold papyrus in half, nest the folios and sew them together that the codex form was born in about the 1st century CE.

Presented in this graphic and those that will follow are some of the writing supports and forms that preceded the codex. They’ve survived the ravages of time, war and tradition to come down to us.
(Click graphic to enlarge)

Sponsored by:

Bookbinding, Metalsmithing and Glass
We have the tools and supplies you need for your projects and classes
www.volcanoarts.com

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