The Origin of Alphabet

Posted on : 29/03/2016 - 05:07

I’m sure each of you started studying to write and read since elementary school. Now in modern life,  Alphabet is being used in order to gain and share more information. We are very familiar with it.  

The first alphabet was developed by Semitic people living in Egypt and it was quickly spread and adopted by their neighbours and relatives from East to North, the Cannites, the Hebrew and the Phoenicians. And the letters you are reading now, is the result of the famous Roman alphabet (also called the Latin alphabet) that was transformed after 4000 years! And have you ever wondered how alphabet invented so that it became the current patterns? Is there any meaning behind the shape of each letter of alphabets? So here is the explaination

All illustration credits goes to: JASON NOVAK

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Along with the movement of history, there are many different alphabets that has been used  and adopted to another language. And the Latin alphabet we are using right now is the majority used alphabetic writing system in the world today. And by the mid of 15th century English became more standardized and developed to the modern English we are using right now.

 

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