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94-100. S. H. Langdon in AJSL, xxvm (1911), 232. 3 Holding government appointments. A Sumerian proverb says that 'a disgraced scribe becomes a man of spells'. 2 36 Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 Books in the Ancient World times many scribes, the poor aristocracy, would sit and wait for custom from the illiterate in the street or at the city-gate. In general there was a low level of literacy. A few monarchs, Shulgi of Ur, Lipit-Ishtar of Isin, Ashurbanipal of Nineveh and Darius I of Persia, claimed to be able to read and write but were exceptional in this.
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From the point of view of the script, however, the main contribution is the fact, many times emphasised by the present writer, that there were many written documents in ancient Israel which have not come down to us. C. and the succeeding centuries. They were found in Palestine, Syria, North Africa and Italy. Some are in monumental or lapidary style, some in a semi-cursive style (for instance, the graffiti on ossuaries), while dipinti, or painted inscriptions, are in a cursive style. ; the Dura Europos roll-fragment of c.
An Ancient Jewish Christian Source on the History of Christianity: Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions 1.27 71 by F. Stanley Jones, JONES