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What Is Cuneiform? - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Cuneiform is the wedge-shaped writing used in Mesopotamia. There are many remnants of this ancient writing because cuneiform was used on clay which, ...
Early Writing Especially Cuneiform - Ancient/Classical History
Articles on cuneiform. ... What Is Cuneiform? A glossary entry on cuneiform explaining how the wedge shapes were formed. More . Ads. &ensp. &ensp.
Cuneiform - The Script for Akkadian - Ancient/Classical History
An explanation of the relationship between Akkadian and cuneiform in answer to a question as to whether or not Akkadian was the first written language.
Cuneiform - What is Cuneiform - About Archaeology
One of the earliest forms of writing, cuneiform was (probably) invented in Uruk, Mesopotamia around 3000 BC.
Proto-Cuneiform - Precursor to Cuneiform Literary Texts
Proto-cuneiform is the transitional written language of Uruk period accounting in Mesopotamia, between Neolithic clay tokens and literary cuneiform.
Cuneiform Texts and the Writing of History - About Archaeology
Marc Van De Mieroop. 1999. Cuneiform Texts and the Writing of History. Routledge, London and New York. pp 166, 30 pages of notes, references, and indices.
Medial Cuneiform - Definition of Medial Cuneiform
Oct 31, 2012 ... A wedge-shaped bone in the midfoot area. It is the largest of the three cuneiform bones. It forms joints with the base of the first metatarsal, the ...
Cross-Cultural Writing, Epigraphy & Scripts - Ancient/Classical History
Writing: Hieroglyphs, Cuneiform, Epigraphy & Scripts. Language, literature, dictionaries, documents, inscriptions, epigraphy, writing, and writing about writing in ...
Language Learning Hebrew Cuneiform Aramaic
Languages of the ancient Near East and Middle East, Hebrew, cuneiform, and Aramaic.
Lateral Cuneiform - Definition of Lateral Cuneiform
Jan 1, 2014 ... A foot bone that is near the base of the third metatarsal. The lateral cuneiform is still in the midfoot area, but it is more toward the outside of the ...
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