Texas puts Gutenberg Bible on Internet

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Texas puts Gutenberg Bible on Internet

The University of Texas has put its entire two-volume Gutenberg Bible on the Internet, making it easier for scholars and the public to browse one of the world’s most valuable books. “”Just as Johann Gutenberg made knowledge more accessible with the invention of the printing process, this digitization project continues that legacy,” said Richard Oram, head librarian at the university’s Harry Ransom Center, one of the world’s top cultural archives.”

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