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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuneiform_script

Cuneiform script (/kjuːˈniːᵻfɔːrm/ kew-NEE-i-form or /kjuːˈneɪᵻfɔːrm/ kew-NAY-i-form ... The original Sumerian script was adapted for the writing of the Semitic Akkadian (Assyrian/Babylonian), ..... in combination, a reading different from the sum of the individual constituent signs (for example, the compound IGI.

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Cuneiform script one of the earliest systems of writing, was invented by the Sumerians. ..... Capital letters may also be used to indicate a Sumerogram (for example, KÙ.BABBAR – Sumerian for "silver" – being used with the intended Akkadian ...

www.omniglot.com/writing/sumerian.htm

Details of the Sumerian cuneiform script, the world's oldest writing system, which was used to write Sumerian, a semitic ... Examples of Sumerian clay tokens

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Examples of this early system represents some of the earliest texts found in the ... The Sumerian writing system during the early periods was constantly in flux. ... into wedges, thus changing the visual style of the signs from linear to "cuneiform".

mesopotamia.mrdonn.org/cuneiform.html

The ancient Sumerians were the first people to develop an actual written language. We call that writing cuneiform. The ancient Sumerians kept records of  ...

www.ancient.eu/cuneiform

Cuneiform is a system of writing first developed by the ancient Sumerians of ... Only a few examples of its use exist in the earliest stages of cuneiform from ...

www.ducksters.com/history/mesopotamia/sumerian_writing.php

Around 3300 BC the Sumerians began to use picture symbols marked into clay tablets to keep their records. Writing example of Sumerian cuneiform. Sumerian ...

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Explore Vittorio Pafundi's board "Cuneiform Tablets and writing" on Pinterest. ... and Tigris Rivers… See More. from Flickr · Some examples of Sumerian glyphs.

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A Sumerian clay tablet from around 3200 B.C. inscribed in wedgelike cuneiform with a list of professions “is among the earliest examples of writings that we ...