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Blood group anomaly could explain Tudor king’s reproductive problems and tyrannical behavior. Henry VIII June 1491 – 28 January was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. Henry was the second Tudor monarch, succeeding his father, Henry VII. Dinastia Tudor, Los Tudor, Tudor Rose, Tudor History, European History, British History, Costume Renaissance, Tudor Monarchs, English Monarchs
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Blood group anomaly could explain Tudor king's reproductive problems and tyrannical behavior

Blood group incompatibility between Henry VIII and his wives could have driven the Tudor king's reproductive woes, and a genetic condition related to his suspected blood group could also explain Henry's dramatic mid-life transformation into a physically and mentally-impaired tyrant who executed two of his wives. Research conducted

Johannes Gutenberg German blacksmith, goldsmith, printer and publisher His mechanical printing press and techniques of printing made a large contribution to the Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution. Johannes Gutenberg, Modern World History, European History, History Of Typography, Scientific Revolution, High Middle Ages, Non Plus Ultra, Italian Renaissance, Printing Press
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Johannes Gutenberg: was a German, blacksmith, Goldsmith, printer, and publisher who introduced printing to Europe with the printing press. Johannes Gutenberg, Les Inventions, Important Inventions, Martin Luther, Age Of Enlightenment, Extraordinary People, Printing Press, 15th Century, Middle Ages
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Johannes Gutenberg

fue un orfebre alemán, inventor de la imprenta de tipos móviles moderna (hacia 1450). Su mejor trabajo fue la Biblia de 42 líneas.

When you think of the printing press, you should think of Johannes Gutenberg. He printed the first bible with 42 lines with a printing press. During the renaissance, everyone wanted a printed book, and this brought literacy back. Johannes Gutenberg, Hermann Hesse, Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Luther, History Of Typography, Moveable Type, Gutenberg Bible, Mainz Germany
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The metallurgical work and mechanization of modular, movable type of Johannes Gutenberg would later be applied to budding technologies aimed at mass production during the Industrial Revolution (roughly Johannes Gutenberg, Gelli Plate Printing, Printing Press, Scientific Revolution, Protestant Reformation, Ink Pen Drawings, Home Of The Brave, Industrial Revolution, Gravure

El origen del libro

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Johann Gutenberg invented the printing press in the The first book to ever be printed by it was the Latin Language Bible. His real name was Johann Gensfleisch but, he wanted to be known as Johann Gutenberg. Johannes Gutenberg, 1611 King James Bible, Bible Museum, Gutenberg Bible, Important Inventions, Oldest Bible, Latin Language, Bible Translations, Church History

Johann Gutenberg

Read the fascinating story of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the movable-type printing press, whose Latin Bible was the first book ever printed in 1455.

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GUTENBERG / BERNERS-LEE

GUTENBERG Tiempo atrás comenté que la cancilleresa alemana Angela Merkel había comparado Internet con la Imprenta. También dije que, aunque la comparación es obvia, me parecía lo más inteligente que había salido de la boca de un político referido a Internet. ANGELA MERKEL Johannes Gutenberg nació en Alemania c. 1400 y murió por allí cerca en 1468. A Gutenberg, como es bien sabido, se atribuye la invención de la imprenta. Siglos después, Sir Timothy «Tim» John Berners-Lee, físico ingles…

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Johann Gutenberg's Printing Process

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The 10 Most Important Moments and Events in History

Choosing the ten most important events in history is one of the most difficult and controversial things to do. I’ve attempted to create a list of major events that shaped the world.