Yesterday I went to the Cobblestone museum in Greytown and saw printing presses being used and I used one myself! I’m using the rest my Christmas money to buy a typewriter. Typewriters are a lot like printing presses, the stamps press against an ink band, when you press the keys the stamps press against the paper and that leaves a letter.
I found out that letters over time hadn’t changed that much but were quite different in Egyptian times. The Egyptians used hieroglyphics that were pictograms/pictures. The letters T and Z changed a lot but letters like E were just rotated over time.
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