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The precursor of the sunglasses

by:Eugenia     2020-08-03
Whether glasses or sunglasses, is already commonplace in today. May, however, few people will think of what we're wearing glasses or sunglasses when I appear? For the origin of glasses, also did not give a definite answer. But, at present is recognized, glasses appeared in the middle of the 13th century. Ray-ban sunglasses RB4125F men 901 black there are two of the most common: one is according to the 15th century literature 'ancient inventions of glasses? 'Recorded in the glasses is a man named Alexander johndroe, Mr Monks scientists invented, of course, it remains to be proven. And said glasses was invented in China, since 1240, a call Zhao Xi guide Chinese writers wrote in 'the land clear record' : in ancient China, there is a kind of and the big money is like, and it's something like mica, color years old big, vision loss can't read, just put something like this big money in the eyes, and used to focus, so that can see more clearly. Marco Polo also recorded in 1260: & quot; China's old man wears glasses in order to clearly read it. ” Ray-ban sunglasses RB4222 men 622/8 g grind arenaceous black/lenses grey glasses invented in the early, craftsmen will only polished convex lens, until about 1400 AD, correct myopia concave lens to launch. Despite record Zhao Xi guide for half a century earlier than Italian literature, but also have historians believe the above words are added by later generations in the Ming dynasty. Ray-ban RB3016 - M men sunglasses 1182/4 e wood grain, however, as for sunglasses, is likely to be invented by the Chinese, according to the 12th century Liu Qi's history, 'guimo luxing sunglasses are made of smoky quartz, generally only government officer, adults can wear, not to keep out sunshine, dazzling but when hear confessions, let others can't see his reaction.
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