ancient sumerian clay tablets were made of mud, water. the writing was made up of wedge shaped symbols. also, only scribes knew how to make the clay tablets and how to write on them.
They formed tablets from clay, inscribed them with styluses, and baked them.
i think you make them by buying clay
Clay tablets were made out of clay that was easily found by the rivers of Tigris and Euphrates.
it was made out of clay
so they could use communication, so they can write , and also learn.!
In sumerian times some of the jobs scribes had to do were keep records of what happened on wet clay tablets or how many goods they had.
cuneiform on baked clay tablets
A stick with a triangle/wedge on the end was used to make the shapes that were put into the clay tablets.
the sumerians made cuneiform on wet clay tablets
actually maps were made on clay tablets
Sumerian is the oldest known written language in human history. The writing was called cuneiform after the wedge shaped writing instrument. The pictograms were etched onto clay tablets and fired in kilns to make the writing endure. It was replaced by the Aramaic around 900BC. The Egyptians developed hieroglyphics, and they wrote on papyrus made from reeds. Papyrus was cheaper and easier to produce and keep than the clay tablets.
it was made by clay tablets 4000 years ago
Cuneiform was made using wedged shaped tools and were made on clay tablets.
Clay tablets were utilized for writting. Mostly cuneiform.
By writing on tablets made out of clay
"Cuneiform" (from the Latin cuneus, "wedge"). The symbols were impressed onto clay tablets using a stylus or a reed or just a pice of a stick.
Flour, water, and sugar.Two cups of flour, a cup of water or 1/2 cup,1/4 cup of sugar.Then,knead until tough.Can keep in Freezer up to 5 days.
Yes, they made many clay tablets and storys
Cuneiform is a system of writing used in ancient Sumer. It was pictographs made on clay tablets with a reed stylus. Eventually cuneiform used symbols for syllables and could be used for Sumerian, Hittite and other languages in the middle East.