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The script emerged from 30th century BC and was used simply to write the Sumerian language. Cuneiform developed and swept, moving from Sumer to areas such as the middle east and Egypt. Each letter in cuneiform is made from wedged-shaped strokes that are inscribed on clay or sometimes other materials such as wax, stone or metal.

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According to the Oxford Handbook of Cuneiform Culture, cuneiform script was used at a variety of literacy levels: average citizens needed only a basic, functional knowledge of cuneiform script to write personal letters and business documents. More highly literate citizens put the script to more technical use, listing medicines and diagnoses and ...

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Sumerian cuneiform is the earliest known writing system. Its origins can be traced back to about 8,000 BC and it developed from the pictographs and other symbols used to represent trade goods and livestock on clay tablets. Originally the Sumerians made small tokens out of clay to represent the items.

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These letters, comprising cuneiform tablets written primarily in Akkadian – the regional language of diplomacy for this period – were first discovered around 1887 by local Egyptians who secretly dug most of them from the ruined city of Amarna, and sold them in the antiquities market. They had originally been stored in an ancient building that archaeologists have since called the Bureau of ...

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Cuneiform 'Letters' In its earliest forms, the cuneiform alphabet consisted of over 1,000 characters, although that number was reduced in its later forms to around 400.

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Write Like a Babylonian. See your monogram in Cuneiform, the way an ancient Babylonian might have written it.

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Cuneiform, system of writing used in the ancient Middle East. The name, a coinage from Latin and Middle French roots meaning “wedge-shaped,” has been the modern designation from the early 18th century onward. Cuneiform was the most widespread and historically significant writing system in the ancient Middle East.

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A clay tablet from ancient Babylon reveals that no matter where (or when) you go, good customer service can be hard find. So it was revealed by the irate copper merchant, Nanni, in 1750 B.C. The merchant’s aggravation is evident, spelled out in cuneiform on a clay tablet now displayed in The British Museum.

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Cuneiform: The earliest standardized writing system, a form of writing on wet clay tablets using a wedge-like writing tool called a stylus. Free Online English to Babylonian Cuneiform ~ See your Words as written in the Babylonian Cuneiform Alphabet ~

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The cuneiform writing system is also not an alphabet, and it doesn’t have letters. Instead it used between 600 and 1,000 characters to write words (or parts of them) or syllables (or parts of them). The two main languages written in Cuneiform are Sumerian and Akkadian (from ancient Iraq), although ...