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4 alexb 7 1,920 2018.05.09 13:56

제가 오늘 브리즈번 나비타스에서 시험치고와서 키워드로 찾은 100% 원문 입니다. 


Their trade networks made the Phoenicians rich but also enabled cultural exchange and transfer between East and West in an unprecedented way: the most significant was the spread of the alphabetic script which was adopted all over the Mediterranean.

The Phoenician alphabet is a writing system consisting of only 22 signs representing exactly one sound (phoneme) each. The term "alphabet" derives from the names of the first two signs in the sequence, aleph ("cattle") and beit("house"): these names also reflect the letters' shapes, each derived from the picture of an object whose name starts with the relevant sound.

The alphabetic script is simple enough to learn quickly, without the years of dedicated training required to master writing systems such as cuneiform or Egyptian hieroglyphs. Specialised schooling was unnecessary, and literacy was therefore disengaged from the institutional context of palaces and temples where the traditional scripts continued to be used. The alphabet suited the needs of long-distance merchants who needed to be able to record their business affairs on the go and who, for reasons of confidentiality and money, often preferred to write themselves rather than employ a specialist scribe. As the script could easily be used to record any language, it was, in the course of the first millennium BC, adapted for Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, Phrygian, Lydian, Etruscan and Latin, to name but a few.


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15 달발 2018.05.09 16:39
swt 가 계속 늘어 나고 있네요 ㅡㅡ자료 감사합니다..

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4 alexb 2018.05.09 16:42
늘고있는것 같더라구요... 저번주에 시험쳤을때는 다 기출에서 나왔는데 운이 따라줘야하는거 같아요.
14 ichitaka 2018.05.09 17:53
공유 감사드립니다.
10 계륵 2018.05.09 19:18
공유 감사합니다~
6 edoni 2018.05.10 07:17
12 리디아 2018.06.25 22:59
The alphabetic script is simple to learn quickly, with no need of long time training and special school, and especially suited for long-distance merchants for confidentiality and money, which allows it to be adapted for lots of language in the first millennium BC.
6 kss123 2018.06.29 11:36
The Phoenician alphabet, which was easy to learn and suited the demand of long-distance merchants without substantial education, had the most critical impact on the cultural interaction and movement across all over the Mediterranean.