BC. People who lived in the year 45.bin learned to reflect their thoughts on rocks and cave walls.

Cave writings h2>

These pictures are to be translated into the text, and the caves containing pictures of the horses, bison and bulls that lived in the Last Ice Age, Altamira in Spain and Lascaux in France. it must have passed years by centuries. B.C. Between 20,000 and 6500 years, people began to use soft stones and bones. There was a cave in the Ariege region of France near the Spanish border, and red and scribbled geometric figures after being drawn.

Nail Writing h2>

The nail writing, the first writing type, is written on the stones with pictures or letters and a special technique. The Sumerians were the first to find the nail writing. Those who came and settled in Mesopotamia also used it. It is understood that the tribes other than Mesopotamia were also used by the Assyrians, the Hittites and the Iranians.

The first language to be written h2>

Sumer was the first language to be written. But there was no specific alphabet. Simple texts of the Sumerian texts were found in Iraq, near the Persian Gulf. These texts, BC. It was 3500 years away. The Sumerians wrote down their nail-shaped and triangular markings on slabs of clay and clay. Then these small tablets were cooked and dried under the sun. Thousands could reach the day-to-day without seeing the slightest damage. Some of them had gold, fabric and cow lists showing the economic functions of the Sumerian clergy. Sumerian economic activities, the Persians in their surroundings.

Hieroglyphic writings h2>

In Egypt, hieroglyphic writings, symbolized by specific symbols and voices of certain symbols, appear in BC. Begin to be used from the year 3000. Thoughts or narratives were described with a kind of shorthand technique written in pictures. For example, a pair of legless legs symbolized the word “go”. Two headless eyes meant “seeing”, and a closed pair of eyes meant “crying”. The Egyptians, after finding the papyrus, changed the shapes of the hieroglyphic alphabet so that they could be written with a pen or brush. B.C. In 700, the hieroglyphic writing realized the third evolution and the final form emerged; It was also the foundation of the modern Arabic alphabet.

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