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what did the first ever microscope look like

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    The compound micrsoscope was invented by Hooke, not Leewuenhoek. There is a picture of one of his at
    http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/history/images/hookemicro.gif

    Leeuwenhoek came along later and used just a single-lens magnifying glass, butdocumented his results well with sketches of small insects etc. that he observed

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