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May 2, 2022

[Answer] The feather from which bird was most commonly used to make quill pens?

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Goose - In the early middle ages, scribes used pens made from reeds or feathers. Feather quills were usually taken from the left wing of the goose. This was because right-handed people generally found it more comfortable to write with a quill that curved away from the writing hand. To make a quill pen, the feathers were trimmed and soaked in water to soften them, and then the end was cut into a nib. A goose could provide feathers for quills three or four times a year which was good because for the average scribe who wrote every day a quill would only last for around one week.:


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