For civilizations near river valleys of the Near East, Clay was the most suitable material to write upon. Clay can easily be worked into a flat shape. While moist, it can be scribed with a pointed stick or reed, and if left in the sun to dry, it could be easily moved and have considerable durability. This Ugaritic alphabet was developed through the stick in clay method.
AMERICAN BRAILLE ALPHABET
This "Moon" alphabet is actually a braille alphabet. Moon letters are made of raised shapes that are based on the standard alphabet. This alphabet is named after its inventor Dr William Moon, an Englishman who devised it in 1845.
EARLY GREEK ALPHABET
CLASSICAL GREEK ALPHABET
(This alphabet reads from right to left. Also, The horizontal line above each character runs as a constant through each word).
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