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ri - The Meroitic script is an alphabetic script originally derived from Egyptian hieroglyphs, used to write the Meroitic language of the Kingdom of Meroë in Sudan. Although the Meroitic alphabet did continue in use by the Nubian kingdoms that succeeded the Kingdom of Meroë, it was replaced by the Coptic alphabet with the Christianization of Nubia in the sixth century CE.

The Meroitic script is an alphabetic script originally derived from Egyptian…

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The Sumerian language, an isolate written in cuneiform.  The most banal things (accounting records for example) give us an extraordinary glimpse into the everyday life in ancient Sumer.

Details of the Sumerian cuneiform script, the world's oldest writing system, which was used to write Sumerian, a semitic language spoken in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq and Syria) until about 500 AD.

The old Hungarian script is also known as Hungarian Runes or Székely-Hungarian Rovás. The word “rovás” derives from the verb “róni” (carving letters). It’s a Hungarian terminology which describes the technique of writing. Those who used “rovás” usually wrote it on wooden sticks or rocks in ancient times. The runic alphabet includes 42 letters but […]

The old Hungarian script is also known as Hungarian Runes or Székely-Hungarian Rovás. The word “rovás” derives from the verb “róni” (carving letters). It’s a Hungarian terminology which describes the technique of writing. Those who used “rovás” usually wr

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