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19th century 2nd century ancient Egypt animal bones antiquity ASoka bamboo bamboo canes Batak British Library British Museum Buddhist Buddhist canon Cai Lun century bc China Chinese clay tablet cloth copper plate Copts cuneiform script decorated Department of Oriental dynasty earliest extant earliest surviving examples Emperor engraved fashion form of writing GAUR gold Hindu important incised India Indus valley inscribed inscriptions invention Islamic ivory lacquer leaf leather letters linen London mainly manu manufacturing process Mesopotamia metal Middle East millennium Mohenjodaro Muslim Nile Valley official documents old silk rags Oriental Manuscripts originally ostraca paint Pallava palm leaves palm-leaf shape paper papyrus parchment Pergamum pippala pippala leaves Printed Books Qur'an records Samarkand Sanskrit scribe script scroll format Sivi skin sometimes South Indian Southeast Asia Sri Lanka suitable for writing Sumatra temple tortoise shells tradition vellum verses Western Asia wood wooden boards wooden covers wooden slips Wooden tablets