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Lost Languages
Lost Languages
Author: P. E. Cleator
All languages undergo continuous change. Latin and Greek are typical examples of inflectional languages. In 1786 the common origin of English and Sanskrit was predicted. — The ancient Egyptians used a combination of ideograms and phonograms. The Greeks evolved the first true alphabet. The Etruscan alphabet had twenty six letters. The Romans borro...  more »
ISBN: 111562
Publication Date: 1959
Pages: 192

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Publisher: Mentor
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