An 18th-century Qing dynasty print depicting Cai Lun as the patron of paper ...
Cai Lun (simplified Chinese: 蔡伦; traditional Chinese: 蔡倫; pinyin: Cài Lún;
Cai Lun, Wade-Giles romanization Ts'ai Lun, courtesy name (zi) Jingzhong (born
... Chinese court official who is traditionally credited with the invention of paper.
Cai Lun (Ts'ai Lun) was born in Guiyang during the Eastern Han Dynasty. ... 105,
Cai invented the composition for paper along with the papermaking process ...
In that year, historical records show that the invention of paper was reported to
the Eastern Han Emperor Ho-di by Ts'ai Lun, an official of the Imperial Court.
Aug 18, 2006 ... Ts'ai Lun (c. 50 AD-121 AD) was a Chinese inventor who is regarded as the first
producer of paper (c. 105). He used the inner bark of a ...
Although Cai Lun is credited with the invention of paper, there is some question
as to whether he actually ... A life of Ts'ai Luing and Japanese paper-making.
Paper was invented around 100 BC in China. In 105 AD, under the Han Dynasty
emperor Ho-Ti, a government official in China named Ts'ai Lun was the first to ...
The invention of paper greatly contributed to the spread and development of ...
Cai Lun, also known as Tsai Lun, was listed in the book The 100: A Ranking of ...
Medieval paper was made of diluted cotton, linen fiber. (Hunter ... Paper as we
know it, was invented in China, AD 105, by the Chinese Eunuch Ts'ai Lun. It was
However, paper closer to our modern type was invented in China in about AD
705 by a scholar called Ts'ai Lun. Legend has it that, one day, hewatched a wasp