Although experts disagree on the dating of these objects, the inscriptions are generally considered to be the oldest extant examples of the Latin alphabet.
The standard ancient Sumerian King List (WB 444) lists various mythical antediluvian kings and gives them reigns of several tens of thousands of years.
The first Sumerian king Alulim, at Eridu, is described as reigning for 28,800 years, followed by several later kings of similar periods.
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Being a guy, the last things I’d want on Valentine’s Day, or any other romantic holiday, are flowers, chocolate or even jewelry. So when I played cards with seven male friends a few nights ago, I polled them, “What is romance to a guy? ” Six of the seven answered as predicted, and couldn’t come up with anything. Just touching my shoulder.” Given that I wasn’t comfortable settling on the stereotype that men are not romantically inclined, I began to reflect on what I’ve learned about men and romance being a psychotherapist; an occupation that often affords me the opportunity of talking about romance and relationships with men. And when she tells me what I can do, she softens up and becomes more accessible to me, which makes me like her more.” I validated his experience by saying that what matters most is when she’s present, vulnerable and accessible.
But since I’m not one hundred percent sure that I am representative of my gender, it’s best to compare notes with other men.
I believe that he was speaking for the majority of men. Feeling noticed and seen is validating, therefore inherently romantic.
Whether it’s sensitivity, generosity, wit, intelligence, whatever it was he said or did, let him know it warmed your heart.
In medieval times the letter and some add extra letters (usually standard Latin letters with diacritical marks added or sometimes pairs of letters read as one sound).
In ancient Roman times there were two main types of Latin script, capital letters and cursive.
The round “humanistic” handwriting, used for copying books, and a more angular cursive script, used for legal and commercial purposes in 15th-century Italy, gave rise, respectively, to the roman and italic typefaces currently used in printing.