Ts'ai Lun

Ts'ai Lun (c 50 CE - c 121 CE) is credited with the invention of paper.

   

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History

Ts'ai Lun lived during classical and medieval times, specifically during late classical times in the 1st century CE and 2nd century CE.

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Created 19 July 2013 Last updated 31 Oct 2014