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On the 600th anniversary of the birth of Johannes Gutenberg and to celebrate the 550th anniversary of publishing of the first book containing words printed with movable type, Pelplin Diocese Bernardinum Publishing Company with many lovers of the art started their efforts to publish a facsimile of the 42 – verse Gutenberg’s Bible.
The book that revolutionized
The first in history, perfect facsimile of the most valuable manuscript in Poland in a precious jewellery setting. Work of life of our Great Astronomer, who “Stopped the Sun and moved the Earth”. The original book is held in the vault of Jagiellonian Library in Cracow.
The Papyrus of Ani
The Papyrus of Ani, compiled for the Theban scribe Ani, is a papyrus manuscript with cursive hieroglyphs and colour illustrations created c. 1250 BC, in the 19th dynasty of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt.
Cryptological Mt. Everest
The Voynich manuscript has fascinated and ignited the imagination of riders for years. The next generation of researchers and cryptographers are starting to decipher it.
The MOST expensive book in the world
One of the most famous works of Leonardo da Vinci
A bridge connecting East and West culture
"Sur les chevaux orientaux et provenants des races orientales"
There are monuments of Polish literature, thanks to which Poland is known worldwide. Copernicus, Chopin and Rzewuski left behind a legacy valued on every continent, regardless of world trends. The latter is known that when describing the Arab culture – never before or since – presented in such details and in the context of the history of the Arabian horse, he made famous not only the country which he came from, but above all, the world of the Arabian Peninsula.
Document from THE MOST important journey of the world
On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus saw the shores of the new world for the first time. We know the details of this trip through the journal he kept from the first day of his journey. His daily records were intended as proof of the expedition for the Catholic monarchs and for this reason were given to Isabella I of Castile.