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Adana / Arkeoloji /Çukurova Üniversitesi
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Sumerian alphabet

Details of the Sumerian cuneiform script, the world's oldest writing system, which was used to write Sumerian, a semitic language spoken in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq and Syria) until about 500 AD.

Kouros (so-called “The Peiraeus Apollo”). Bronze. Early 5th cent. BCE, or 530—520 BCE. Athens, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus.

Kouros: a 500 ad bronze copy of a male Minoan Male statuette. 1500 BC, Museum of Piraeus.

The Sumerian language, an isolate written in cuneiform. The most banal things (accounting records for example) give us an extraordinary glimpse into the everyday life in ancient Sumer.

Details of the Sumerian cuneiform script, the world's oldest writing system, which was used to write Sumerian, a semitic language spoken in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq and Syria) until about 500 AD.

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You see all Turkish folks in one place

Aristeos Louvre Museum

Aristaeus - a minor god in Greek mythology who was the culture hero credited with the discovery of many useful arts, including bee-keeping