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From Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century
Phoenician and Archaic Greek Alphabets
The Debate about the Date of the
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abecedarium Aegean Ahiram Akkadian Albright Alphabet of Primary alphabetic dialects Anatolia ancient appears Aramaic archaic argued argument attested Bernal Beth Shemesh borrowing Bronze Age Bundgard Byblos Carian Carpenter Carpenter's cayin century B.C. consonantal Crete Cross cuneiform Cypriot syllabaries date of transmission derived diacritical Dietrich and Loretz earlier earliest eastern Egyptian eighth century eleventh century Eteocretans Ethiopic Etruscan Etruscan alphabetic extreme Aryan Model Garbini Greece Greek alphabet Homer hypothesis Iberian Ionian Italian alphabets Italy Jeffery Jensen Kamid el-Loz later letter forms Levant Linear low dating Lycian Lydian Maluquer de Motes Masson Messapic Naveh ninth century Numidian open tet origin ostracon Phoenician alphabet Phoenician Pale phonetic Phrygian plausible Primary Transmission resemble runes Sabean Safaitic Sartah scholars scripts second millennium seems Semitists shift sibilants South Semitic South Semitic alphabets southern Spain Spanish syllabaries Tell Fekheriyeh Thamudic thirteenth century Ugaritic alphabet variant vocalized Daleps vowels West Semitic writing