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  1. A
    Gutenberg was the son of a goldsmith.
  2. B
    He grew up on a large agricultural estate.
  3. C
    From his childhood, he had seen wine and olive presses.
  4. D
    He learnt the art of polishing stones and became a master goldsmith. 

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    Solution:

    Gutenberg was the son of a goldsmith; this is the incorrect statement.
    Johann Gutenberg was a German inventor who introduced printing to Europe. He was born in Germany, and his father was a merchant or trader. He belonged to Strasbourg, a city in Germany. Gutenberg was wealthy, and he was the owner of largely agricultural land. He was also a great goldsmith, learnt the art of cutting and polishing gold
    and thus became an excellent gold polisher. Johann Gutenberg was also seen in olive and wine presses and set up a printing press which printed text cheaply for buyers and users in 1430.
     
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