Christine Cox

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6th Century: Codex Format Becoming Established

Books, Miniatures, Writing and Supports (Timeline Project)

6th Century: The codex format (folded, hand-written pages, sewn together) is becoming established throughout Byzantine, Greek, North African and Middle Eastern regions.

This post is part of an ongoing series on books, miniatures, writing and supports since the year 1. Please consider it a kick-start for your own private timeline and a springboard for further research.

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2nd Century: Printing from Stone Rubbing in China

Bookbinding, Miniatures, Writing and Paper
(Timeline project)

Year 175 – Chinese invent printing from stone rubbing (soft paper mashed into text inscribed in stone) – ink was rolled across the back of the sheet

This post is part of an ongoing series on bookbinding, miniatures, writing and paper since the year 1. Please consider it a kick-start for your own private timeline and a springboard for further research. See my blog for the rest of the series.

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