Who made paper first Egypt or China?
Egypt made the first paper
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…
Ancient China and Ancient Egypt were differnet in many ways. Ancient chinas clothes were made out of silk wherefor ancient Egypt clothes were made out of linnen. China was ruled by an Emporer but Egypt was ruled by a pharaoh. Ancient China built a great wall to protect china in was and everyday but Egypt built pyramids to burry there pharaohs and queens.
Historians believe that the first paper airplanes were made by the Ancient Chinese, though exactly when and where is not known. The Ancient Chinese were producing paper on a large scale in 500 BCE, and between the years 460-390 BCE, the art of paper folding and origami were common and popular activities in China.
China is famous for: -creating the first paper ever (made of bamboo) -learning the creation of silk(from the silk worms) -for devoloping rice, jade, certain spices (like nutmeg and cinnamon), and they made some of the first books -lastly, they built the great wall (of china) Interesting Fact: You can see the Great Wall from OUTERSPACE!
The first known paper was made by the Egyptians around 3500 BCE. It was made with papyrus reeds. Our word paper is a derivative of "papyrus". Paper has been made of different materials since then. The paper we use today was invented in China by a man named Ts'ai Lun. Legend has it that he watched wasps chew up bamboo then use that mixture of bamboo and saliva to build a nest. He made paper…