The Linear B Tablets revealed When Arthur Evans started digging at Knossos on Crete in 1900, a major aim was to find inscriptions and prove that the ancient Cretans had been literate. He was rewarded almost immediately by the discovery of slabs of baked clay, some rectangular, some leaf-shaped, bearing two types of inscription of hitherto unknown form. The earlier, Linear A, represented the language of the Minoans, who had built the great palace at Knossos.
Linear B Prayer tablet from Pylos
Clay seal with characters "Huang Di Xin Xi" (first emperor of China), 2-3rd century BCE, China
"The Earliest Known Fragment of the New Testament (Circa 100 –150 AC ): .... the Gospel of John 18:31-33, in Greek, and the back (verso) contains lines from verses 37-38."
Inuit language- I once knew it, should brush up on the symbols /pin/141019032052203482/