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Sumerian is the earliest known writing system. Its origins can be traced back to about 8,000 BC. It developed from the pictographs and other symbols used to represent trade transactions on clay tablets. Sumerian was written in Sumer in from perhaps the 4th millennium BC until about 2,000 BC, when it was replaced by Akkadian as written language of Sumerians. Sumerian is closely resembles to Etruscan and related civilizations

early sumerian pictographic tablet 3100 BCE Clay Tablet Carved using a wedged stylus Sumeria T-Sumerian Pictographic Tablet A-Prehistoric people or scribes BCE M-Clay T-Engraving U-Record Keeping

Sumerian ("native tongue") is the language of ancient Sumer, which was spoken in southern Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) from at least the 4th millennium BC. During the 3rd millennium BC, there developed a very intimate cultural symbiosis between the Sumerians and the Akkadians, which included widespread bilingualism.

Sumerian ("native tongue") is the language of ancient Sumer, which was spoken in southern Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) from at least the millennium BC. During the millennium BC, there developed a very intimate cultural symbiosis between the Sumerians

Cult Of The Sumerian Gods and Goddesses.....Not quite but entertaining....

Cult Of The Ancient Gods Liked · 9 minutes ago The Sumerian Gods and Goddesses.

Cyrus cylinder extract

A sample of cuneiform from an extract from the Cyrus Cylinder (lines giving the genealogy of Cyrus the Great and an account of his capture of Babylon in 539 B.

Early Sumerian Tablet -- 3100-2900 BCE -- Discovered in Uruk, (Southern Mesopotamia) -- Details of a land purchase which included one male slave. No further reference provided.

Early Sumerian Tablet - 3100 / 2900 BCE - Discovered in Uruk, (Southern Mesopotamia) -- Details of a land purchase which included one male slave. No further reference provided.

The Sumerian King List (The Weld-Blundell Prism) lists a succession of kings and cities from Sumer, which begins with mythical kings, like Gilgamesh, and then goes on to list historical leaders. It is considered a key document in the decipherment of cuneiform. - ca. 2000-1800 BCE (Old Babylonian). Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

The Sumerian King List (The Weld-Blundell Prism) lists a succession of kings and cities from Sumer, which begins with mythical kings, like Gilgamesh, and then goes on to list historical leaders.

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Ancient Aliens : Sumerians & The Annunaki - Vincent Illuminati Karmelita - ANNUNAKIA : Return of the Gods

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