The printing press was developed by Johannes Gutenberg around the year 1440. Many consider the middle ages to have lasted until the year 1500, so yes, the printing press was invented during the late middle ages. If you were meaning to ask if printing was available during the middles, for the great majority of the medieval period it was not available, coming in only at the end and then initially in limited distribution.
in what year did the early meddival ages started
The Medival Times
Printing press by Guttenburg of Germany.
it was handwritten.
They were people who lived in the early ages of america
letters sent on horseback
Most of the music from the Early Middle Ages is plainsong or chant.
Plenty of it!
The Early Middle Ages was from 500 to 1000 AD. This was a time when Viking raided at will and chaos reined.
early teens and early twenties.....did it for coursework.....
Johannes Gutenberg introduced the invention of printing which helped improve the Middle Ages. He was a goldsmith, printer, and a publisher.
Guttenberg in Worms Germany. You can still see it there today.
The biggest technological advance of the middle ages - in fact the event that effectively ended the middle ages and ushered in the Renaissance, was the invention of the printing press by Gutenberg.
The strongest civilizing force in Europe during the early Middle Ages was the Church.
There is a link below to an article on the Early Middle Ages. Aside from having a lot of information, it has other links and references.
There were two times called Dark Ages associated with Greece. The first was the Greek Dark Ages, which lasted from 1200 to 800 BC. The other was a period in the Early Middle Ages lasting from about 630 to 800 AD. This is a time in the Early Middle Ages, or Dark Ages, that is sometimes referred to as the Byzantine Dark Ages.
Chariots were raced in the Byzantine Empire in the Early Middle Ages.
The invention of printing is thought by many people to have ended the Middle Ages. Printing made relatively cheap books possible, which made it possible for poorer people to read. It also became possible to print all sorts of things that disagreed with the conventional authorities on religion, science, politics and so on.