Who Invented the Lantern?


The first metal lantern was invented in 1797 by a British inventor Henry Maud slay during the industrial revolution. the lantern was used in homes and also in factories.
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Who Invented the Oil Lantern?
It cannot be claimed with any certainty which human was the first to create the oil lantern. Lamps and lanterns were first used by humans ten of thousands of years ago, using diverse substances such as beeswax, olive oil, fish oil and even nuts and... More »
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It is actually well known that the lantern's inventor is untraceable to do the fact of wide lantern use throughout the world and throughout history. The Chinese used to catch fireflies to put in a lantern temporarily. It is because of the many versions, wide usage history, and diversity that give the lantern an untraceable inventor. You can find more info at: inventors.about.com
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Chinese lanterns were invented nearly 2 thousand years ago and were invented by Zhuge Liang. These lanterns were a sign of hope and good wishes brought good luck ...
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