Ancient Language Learning: This May be the Oldest Example of Not One, But Two Alphabet Primers

May 17, 2018 - General
One side of the ancient alphabet primer.

A studious ancient Egyptian may have been trying his hand at learning not one, but two different languages some 3,400 years ago. New research on a limestone tablet found near Luxor suggests that it may have the oldest known example of the ancient precursor to the Roman alphabet

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