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Who developed the first phonetic alphabet?

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Who developed the first phonetic alphabet?

The First Phonetic Alphabet

The idea of writing down one's history or recording a story has been a part of human development for thousands of years. Before a phonetic alphabet was developed, many cultures relied upon hieroglyphics. These were representative pictures that told told a story, but did not yet correspond to human speech.

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History of the Alphabet: From Cuneiform to Greek Writing

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Learn about the history of the alphabet and Greek writing. Review the evolution of the alphabet from cuneiform writing to the Ancient Greek writing alphabet.


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