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Un titular de 1 609 del periódico alemán Relation, el primer periódico del mundo (publicado por primera vez en 1 605). #Relation #world'sfirstnewpaper

1605 'oldest' newspaper 'Relation aller Fürnemmen und gedenckwürdigen'

Book of Prayers used by Lady Jane Grey on the scaffold in 1554. At the bottom of the pages shown here is a message from Jane to Sir John Bridges, which begins 'Forasmutche as you have desired so simple a woman to wrighte in so worthye a booke (good) mayster lieutenaunte therefore I shall as a frende desyre you and as a christian require you to call uppon god to encline youre harte to his lawes to quicken you in his waye and not to take the worde of trewthe utterlye oute of youre mouthe'.

Text page with marginal inscription by Lady Jane Grey to Sir John Bridges, Lady Jane Grey's Prayer Book, England, half of the century, Harley ff.

Pieces of clay with writing on them are called ostraca. The word comes from the Greek ostrakon, meaning "shell, sherd." Most ostraca were written with ink, but some were incised with a sharp instrument. School lessons, short letters, receipts, and other administrative documents were written on these clay sherds.           The greatest numbers are pieces of clay or scraps of pots inscribed with colors or ink. The oldest Christian ostraca, like the papyri, are Greek and date from the

Pieces of clay with writing on them are called ostraca. The word comes from the Greek ostrakon, meaning "shell, sherd." Most ostraca were written with ink, but some were incised with a sharp instrument. School lessons, short letters, receipts, and other administrative documents were written on these clay sherds. The greatest numbers are pieces of clay or scraps of pots inscribed with colors or ink. The oldest Christian ostraca, like the papyri, are Greek and date from the

estonian newspaper - Google Search

estonian newspaper - Google Search

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People always bemoan the slow death of the newspaper industry, but to be fair many newspapers have had a significantly long run. Here are several papers from around the world that have weathered many centuries, and are still publishing today!

estonian newspaper - Google Search

estonian newspaper - Google Search

Paris and Helen before Priam.  Miniature by the Master of the Échevinage of Rouen, 2nd half of 15th century.  British Library, MS Harley 4376 fol. 90r.

Paris and Helen before Priam. Miniature by the Master of the Échevinage of Rouen, half of century.

Wanderer  Wyrd biæð ful aræd!

Another page from "The Exeter Book," featuring the opening lines of the poem The Wanderer: "Oft him anhaga, are gebideð.

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Giugno 1944 gli alleati sbarcano in Francia

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