Impacts of Eastern Language and Its Scripting
di Swei, Abdullaziz Saeed
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Some theories confirm that "the Homo-Sapience" set out from Central East Africa, and spread throughout the ancient world, especially the Arabian Peninsula and Palestine, and then to Asia towards Europe. Of course, that movement must spread cultural materials. Certainly, the mother language and its writing started moving from there until it reached Mesopotamia, and began codifying it with the "cuneiform" symbols invented by the Sumerians (3000 BC). The Canaanites and Nabataea used that language and writing and developed them to become used by Arab people, until they were the Quran's Language and writing in the 7th century BC. Here, we have tried to know how our current language and writing were formed, using some comparisons to gain our desired goals.
Swei, Abdullaziz Saeed
Dr. Abdullaziz Saeed Swei is a Libyan writer and researcher. He published 17 books in journalism and ancient history subjects, some of them are recommended as text books in some Arabic Universities. He was a collaborative professor at "Tripoli" and "Jabal Gharbi" Universities. He presented many scientific papers to some academic conferences.
Numero di Pagine:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Data di pubblicazione:
1 dicembre 2017
Dimensioni del collo:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.012 m; 0.505 kg