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  1. Phoenician alphabet - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · The Latin alphabet was derived from Old Italic (originally a form of the Greek alphabet), used for Etruscan and other languages. The origin of the Runic alphabet is disputed: the main theories are that it evolved either from the Latin alphabet itself, some early Old Italic alphabet via the Alpine scripts, or the Greek alphabet. Despite this ...

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  3. Ampersand - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · The modern italic type ampersand is a kind of "et" ligature that goes back to the cursive scripts developed during the Renaissance. After the advent of printing in Europe in 1455, printers made extensive use of both the italic and Roman ampersands.

  4. History of writing - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · The history of writing traces the development of expressing language by letters or other marks and also the studies and descriptions of these developments.. In the history of how writing systems have evolved in different human civilizations, more complete writing systems were preceded by proto-writing, systems of ideographic or early mnemonic symbols (symbols or letters that make remembering ...

  5. Sanskrit - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Other Indo-European languages distantly related to Sanskrit include archaic and Classical Latin (c. 600 BCE – 100 CE, Italic languages), Gothic (archaic Germanic language, c. 350 CE), Old Norse (c. 200 CE and after), Old Avestan (c. late 2nd millennium BCE) and Younger Avestan (c. 900 BCE).

    • c. 1500 – 600 BCE (Vedic Sanskrit);, 700 BCE – 1350 CE (Classical Sanskrit)
    • India, one of 22 Eighth Schedule languages for which the Constitution mandates development.
  6. Cherokee syllabary - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · The Cherokee syllabary is a syllabary invented by Sequoyah in the late 1810s and early 1820s to write the Cherokee language. His creation of the syllabary is particularly noteworthy as he was illiterate until the creation of his syllabary. [4]

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