In the 8th century, 764-778 A.D., Empress Shotoku of Japan had 4 different Buddhist prayers written, with over a million copies delivered to 10 Buddhist temples throughout China.
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One of the oldest printed books that California State University, Fullerton owns is a rare book from 1489. It was originally handwritten in the Latin language in 2nd century, 130-180 A.D.
Ever wonder what the faculty and staff at the Pollak Library are working on? The “What are You Working On?” blog column (borrowed from the National Archives) aims to highlight some of the exciting projects we are working on, and profile our talented library team. Meet Natalie Wood, our Reference and Communications student assistant. What is your Continue Reading »