Pamfilo Castaldi

Castaldi, Pamfilo (pämˈfēlō kästälˈdē) [key], c.1398–c.1490, Italian humanist and printer. He was the first printer of the city of Milan. Some credit him with the invention of movable type. See Gutenberg, Johann.

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