Johann Gutenberg

Johann Gutenberg (c 1398 CE - c 1468 CE) is credited with the invention of the printing press.




Gutenberg lived during classical and medieval times, specifically during late medieval times, the 14th century CE (born in 1398 CE) and 15th century CE (died 1468).

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Created 7 Sept 2013 Last updated 30 Oct 2014