It is generally thought that the first writing developed in the Mesopotamian area, also referred to as the 'Cradle of Civilization'. Cuneiform was used by the Sumerians, Egyptian Heiroglyphics developed also.
The Sumerians originally developed writing for tax records, and it gradually expanded from that.
Cunieform is one and it developed in mesopotamia
Demotic and Greek. Developed in egypt
The Mixtec and Zapotec Indians both developed early forms of hieroglyphic writing at the historic sites of Monte Alban and Mitla.
Although there were some earlier forms of so-called proto-writing in China, it is generally assumed that the Sumerians created the earliest fully developed writing system called cuneiform around 4,000 BC.
Cuneiform was the written system of the Sumerians. It is one of the first forms of writing, and consists of symbols.
What are the different ways in which early settlers in the English colonies developed new and unique forms of government?
The cuneiform - Sumer. The hieroglyphic writing - Ancient Egypt.
Early forms of vaccination were developed in ancient China as early as 200 B.C.Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaccination
to make and keep records
They are both ancient civilizations that developed along rivers, developed forms of writing, and supported expanded empires.They were based around rivers, and developed written language.
Sumerian cuneiform was important because it was one of the earliest forms of writing. It enabled the Sumerians form the first cities and urban cultures. It also was important because cuneiform was adopted by the cultures that came after the Sumerians, such as the Akkadians. As such, cuneiform was the principal writing system used in the middle east for millennium.
The oldest form of written language developed in both ancient Sumer and MesoAmerica (the Olmec or Zapotec.)
As an effective means of transmitting and recording information, replacing the cumbersome and inaccurate pictograms and syllabic writing forms.
The earliest forms of writing can be traced as far back as the 6th millennium BC. The people from the early civilizations used to write on stone tablets. The Greeks and Romanians have the earliest records of written material.
The earliest forms of writing come from the Neolithic Era. Evidence of early writing includes the Dispilio Tablet, the Tartaria tablets, and carbon artifacts from the 6th millennium BCE.
The number of forms varies by school. The style I study has 18 that are the primary focus. Their origins vary, many being developed from Chinese forms, others were created by early instructors.
why did early civilization develop forms of writing
they are both ancient writing They are both pictographs The two forms of writing are related because the 2 peoples/cultures that used and developed them were also related. The hieroglyphic writing system was ONLY used for ancient EGYPTIAN. The cuneiform writing system, started by the Sumerians, was then picked up and widely used by the Mesopotamian speakers of a Semitic** language unrelated to Sumerian -- the language of the Babylonians and Assyrians, called "Akkadian" by modern scholars. From there it spread further and was used to write other languages - esp. Elamite and Hittite.
Languages were Akkadian, Egyptian, and Coptic Writings were Hymns, Proverbs, and Hieroglyphics
Early forms of inoculation were developed in ancient China as early as 200 BCE The earliest documented examples of vaccination are from India and China in the 17th century
They invented an alphabetic way of writing which the Greeks copied and developed, as did the Romans. This forms the basis of today's alphabets.. This alphabet