The greek one... as it was the world's powerforce (before the common era - to limit the timespace). And of course the latin alphabet... we use it still today.
Some sign alphabets were used too, longer in the north than in the south, due to the territory of influence the Romans had.
an alphabet is a set of letters. All alphabets are composed of letters.
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There is much more to do in 2000 than a 100 years earlier.
For more than 200 years Actually more than 2000 years.
more then 2000 years b.c.
This is called Unicode. For a great website that shows the alphabets, click here
More than 1000 years ago in Europe.
well lots of things like alphabets and more
more than 2000 years old
for more then 2000 years
No, Jesus never ventured into Europe 2000 years ago. If he did then there would likely be many more Christians in Europe today. Although if you want to get philosophical then the answer could be yes, as the Christians believe he is God and God is everywhere, so by definition he would have had to "visit" England.
Well, if its just the years 1965 - 2000, and the quality is average, not mint, they're most likely not worth more than 9$.
really old. more than 2000 years
more then 2000 years ago
There is no such word that contains all the alphabets, because no word is written in more than one alphabet. If you meant which word contains all the letters of the alphabet, there is also no such word.
The world uses more than 10,000 phonetic symbols in all of the alphabets and syllabaries of every language. There are too many to list here. See related links for a great website.
If you are talking about a singular noun, the proper word is alphabet. For example, "I know the English alphabet." However, if you are talking about the plural noun, the word to use is alphabets. For example, "The alphabets of Spanish and German are somewhat different from that of English."
In the period c. 1700-2000 northern Europe was generally much more prosperous and more economically advanced than other parts of Europe, so there more money for science. If you go to the period before 1600, you'll find that most of the advances came from Italy.
2000 weeks is 24 weeks more than 38 years. You'll be in the first week of June in 2038.
- Western Europe is majority Catholic while Eastern Europe is majority Orthodox - Western Europe is more technologically advanced than Eastern Europe - Western Europe is more economically advanced than Eastern Europe - Western Europe has fewer countries than Eastern Europe - Western Europe is smaller in area than Eastern Europe - Western Europe is more populated than Eastern Europe - Western Europe is more densely populated than Eastern Europe - Western Europe has more countries in the European Union than Eastern Europe - Western Europe has more countries in NATO than Eastern Europe
No, Southern Europe is more mountainous.
There were various Greek achievements including that of maths, science, architecture, philosophy, alphabets and more.
It simplified writing and made it more accurate. Our alphabets of today are descended from it.
If you count each version of an alphabet as unique (for example, the English version of the Latin alphabet and the Spanish version of the Latin alphabet would be counted separately), then there are more than 100,000 alphabets.If you are referring only to base alphabets, such as the Latin alphabet, the Cyrillic, Alphabet, etc, and you only include pure alphabets that represent both vowels and consonants, there are about 20. Notable examples are:LatinGreekCyrillicArmenianHangul (Korean)ArmenianGeorgian