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CLCIV 328 Term List 1: Weeks 1 and 2 You are responsible for the terms on this and the following Term Lists. Most of them come from lectures, though some will come from the readings (or both). You are responsible not just for a rough-and-ready definition but also for their particular relevance to the material. For example, it is not enough to know that Darius I was an ancient Persian king, but also what his significance was in the history of writing.
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Unformatted text preview: writing pictogram ideogram = logogram phonogram syllabary alphabet proto-writing Mesopotamia Uruk Darius I (the Great) cuneiform stylus Avestan Old Persian Georg Grotefend Behistun (Bisitun) Sir Henry Rawlinson Sumerian Akkadian (Babylonian, Assyrian) Semitic rebus syllabogram determiner (determinative) Hammurabi (Hammurapi) Hittite...
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