Earliest version of our alphabet possibly discovered — The Archaeology News Network

The earliest example of our alphabet — a possible mnemonic phrase that helped someone remember “ABCD” — has been discovered on a 3,400-year-old inscribed piece of pottery from ancient Egypt, a scholar believes. 50 more words

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