Skip to comments.A fragment of ancient script found by Shymkent archeologists, Kazakhstan
Posted on 09/27/2005 10:20:41 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
A fragment of the ancient script has been found by Shymkent archeologists at Ordabasy district, South Kazakhstan oblast.The discovery is dated preliminarily back to I-VI centuries of the Common Era... The clay burnt tablet was revealed at the early city on the territory of Kylymzhar, River Arys Valley... The discovered table contains 15 distinct graphic signs in four lines. They look much more like the ancient writing signs dug out at the city of Kultobe.
(Excerpt) Read more at inform.kz ...
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This is cool stuff. If only we had more examples of early writing, esp. of the Scriptures.
Damn, no photo of the script or clay tablet in that link.
Wish they would supply pics with the articles.
I weary of this "Common Era" term.
Do they mean from the 400BC to 100 BC?
....just give it to us straight....
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