THE INVENTING OF PAPYRUS
Who invented papyrus?
The ancient Egyptians invented it, of course! But, we do not have the actual creator of the paper, for it is unknown.
When was papyrus Invented?
Papyrus was invented in 3000 B.C.E, and although paper has changed dramaticly, it is still used everywhere today.
Where was papyrus invented?
Papryus was invented along the Nile river, for the material substance used to make papyrus grew there. The exact place, however, is unknown.
papyrus was used for...
Papyrus had many uses. It was used for sending messages, building boats, writing, keeping records, studying, schooling, and bedding. It is also very durable, light, and easy to carry making it a desirable material to work with.
papyrus was made from...
The papyrus plant was used to make papryus paper. That is where it got it's name.
papyrus WAS MADE BY...
The ancient egyptions made papyrus paper. To make it they used strips of the plants stem and alighned them horizontally next to each other, then they added another layer on top of the first but that layer is turned so it makes a square. After that they press it together. when the sap drys it is stuck together and ready to write on. ( the sap acts like glue)