And 41 writing is not primary 41 historical

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Unformatted text preview: .1 Historical Historical development since about 3000 BC about Cuneiform in Iraq 4.2 Writing in China 4.2 Writing developed Writing independently in China in the Shang Dynasty [16-11 Century BC] from Oracle Bone Inscriptions. Inscriptions. 4.3 Bloomfield on Language 4.3 “Writing is not language, but merely a way of Writing recording language by means of visible marks … All languages were spoken through nearly all of their history by people who did not read of write; the languages of such peoples are just as stable, regular, and rich as the languages of literate nations” literate Bloomfield (1933) Language. London: Unwin, p. Bloomfield Language London: 31. 31....
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