Who Built the First Steam Engine?

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The first commercially successful engine, incorporating technologies discovered by Savery and Denis Papin, appeared around 1712. The atmospheric engine was invented by Thomas Newcomen, which paved the way for the Industrial Revolution. Newcomen’s invention was later developed by James Watt.
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British inventor and engineer Thomas Savery obtained the first patent on the steam engine in 1698.
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