Who Invented the Magnifying Glass?

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The invention of the magnifying glass can be traced back to 424 BC. Roger Bacon, an Englishman, who graduated from Oxford University is often credited for the invention of the magnifying glass. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnifying_glass
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Who Invented the Magnifying Glass?
Roger Bacon, an Englishman and a lecturer at the University of Oxford born in the early 1200s, most often receives credit for the first known use and descriptions of a magnifying glass or lens.... More »
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