The British Library to present an exhibit on the history of writing in 2019 

December 4, 2018 | By Jim Stovall | Filed in: journalism.

The British Library will host an exhibit on the history of writing in April 2019. If you are going to be in London between April and August of next year, this would be one of those must-see events.

Here’s how the library describes the exhibit:

The story unfolds through more than 100 objects from the British Library’s extensive collection – some on display for the very first time – bridging 5,000 years and spanning five continents.

Follow writing’s remarkable evolution through ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs carved on a stone monument and early examples of printed text such as the Mainz Psalter, to the art of note-taking as demonstrated by some of history’s greatest minds, and onwards to the ground-breaking digital communication tools we use today.

Source: Writing Making Your Mark – The British Library

You can book tickets at the link above.

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