Syllabic and alphabetic script, or the egyptian origin of the alphabet digital
Syllabic and Alphabetic Script, or the Egyptian Origin of the Alphabet digital
According to all the evidence cited by the Author, the Alphabet which we all are using, in various scripts and many languages, was not created by the Phoenicians, around 1000 BC, as the tradition has it. Rather it is nearly 1000 years before that it was created, viz. some time after (or even around, or before) 2000 BC, in Egypt, by Egyptians in co-operation with speakers of a Semitic language, with the scope of facilitating communication with Canaanite Personnel.
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