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JOURNEYMEN, MIDDLEMEN: TRAVEL, TRANSCULTURE, AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE ORIGINS OF MUSLIM PRINTING
International Journal of Middle East Studies
Within a few years of 1820, Muslim-owned printing presses were established under state sponsorship in Iran, Egypt, and India, marking the true beginning of printing in the Islamic world. Printing…
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