Gutenberg, Johann (1400–68) German goldsmith and printer, credited with the invention of printing from movable metallic type. He experimented with printing in Mainz, Germany, in the 1430s. He made the first printed Bible, known as the Gutenberg Bible or Mazarin Bible (c.1455).
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