The U.S. Constitution was drafted on hemp paper, and the final draft was written on animal parchment.
Actually it was not paper but animal skin.... Most likely lamb... dried and stretched, wetted and stretched more... then dried again. we made the cases that now contain the "charters of Freedom". that's the declaration, constitution and the bill of rights. The original document was written on hemp, but the one that was signed was written on parchment or dried animal skin
Our Independence was written paper made of Hemp aka Marijuana. Cannabis during those times were the #1 source of plant that made over 25,000 products such as clothing, shampoo, paper etc... Hemp was and still is eco-friendly to the society of this great planet.This answer is only partially true, the original document was written on hemp. However the one that was signed is on parchment which is made from animal skin. The main reason for this is that parchment of this type will last much longer then any kind of paper.
By the 12th century, parchment and paper were in use. Very early they would have used products like parchment and vellum. Parchment is a writing material made from specially prepared untanned skins of animals-primarily sheep, calves, and goats. It has been used as a writing medium for over two millennia. Vellum is a finer quality parchment made from the skins of young animals such as lambs and young calves.
Paper is not a legal necessity for writing a check. Lots of transactions are done electronically, with no paper being required. In addition, if you for some reason wished to write a check on parchment, or on a piece of plastic (if you had plastic with the right kind of surface texture that it would absorb the ink from your pen) or whatever you had in mind, a nice piece of tree bark, what matters is that you have written out the instruction to your bank to make a payment to someone, and you have signed it.
Papyrus was an Egyptian paper, made of certain reeds found on the sides of the Nile. Later, they also used parchment, animal skins treated to make them pliable and usuable as a writing surface.Paper was developed in China by 105 AD and then spread to Japan and Korea by 610 AD. The first paper mill was in Baghdad and it produced paper made from hemp, flax, and pure water. From there it was introduced to Egypt and by the end of the 10th century paper had replaced parchment and papyrus in the Arab world. Marco Polo saw paper production in China, but it will take it another 500 years to reach Europe.
A Sefer Torah is the Torah text written by someone properly trained on a certain type of parchment and a certain kind of black ink. The Sefer Torah is hand written and costs tens of thousands of dollars.The Torah is the content that is written in the Sefer Torah. It is the original Hebrew version of the Bible.
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