printing industry

印刷(工)业

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  • Printing —    Printing arrived in the late 15th century. Thomas van der Noot published several works from 1508 to 1520. Following the city s designation as capital (1531) the need to publish official documents encouraged printing operations. In 1557, Michel …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

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