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12 thoughts on “You Have To See These Ancient African Writing Systems That Have Survived Hundred of Years of European Occupation and Destruction

  1. Shawn Mc says:

    it just goes to show how completely different the countries in africa are, ethiopia started their writing system B.C. and west africa started theirs 19th century ad.

  2. Can't see the link for the advertising

  3. Twalla Stephens says:

    Where is Timbuktu because that is where all of our college systems come from around the world! #urbanchitchat

  4. Shawn Mc says:

    Twalla Stephens im not sure your statement is accurate, it sounds more like feel good history rather than the truth about timbuktu.
    google the creation of timbuktu for the truth

  5. You need to study the pattern of migration East-Westwards to flow with that. thanks

  6. Shawn Mc says:

    Babatunde Oyetayo its not my opinion its the facts from actual ancient findings.
    my ancestors are from west africa so I'm not stating this to be disrespectful.

    culture, environment and traditions all make up a different group.

  7. The Hebrew language came from Egyptian hieroglyphs. I hope his lecture mentions this. It was originally pictographic as well and many of the symbols were the same as the hieroglyphs.

  8. “Life is ever giving of itself, you must receive, utilize and extend the gift” ©.

  9. This is good information thank you but a quick question of concern how can it be called "Ancient" if some of these writing systtems where made in the 1800's and 1900's?

  10. it 's not miraculeous, it's evident since hebrews , even the name have start in their slavery in egypt.

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