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September 16, 2018

Top Ancient Language In The World

This world has many unique characteristic from people who live in this planet. This Unique characteristic will make differencies between one comunity and others. The characteristic of human such as Language. Language became the most important thing of human being, yeah that make a sense without language there is no conversation.  In the current era of globalization, various languages have been registered in our school curriculum. English definitely because it is  an Universal Language. But somehow for some people, this language is very difficult to understand even though it has been studied since kindergarden school. Even though according to some media, this language is the easiest language in the world. If English is considered difficult, the following ancient languages are guaranteed to make a difference. language has emerged hundreds of thousands of years ago with various kinds of evolution here and there. As time went by, some survived, some went extinct.

1. Ancient Egypt
Egyptian language is an Afro-Asian language that is closely related to the Berber language, Semitic language, and Beja language. This language survived until the 5th century AD in the form of the Demotic language and until the 17th century AD in Coptic language. Written in Egyptian from 3200 BC, make it the oldest written language. The current national language of Egypt is Arabic, which replaced Coptic language gradually as everyday language for centuries after the Islamic conquest of Egypt. Coptic is still used as a liturgical language by the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Coptic Catholic Church, as well as being a mother tongue for a number of people.

2. Iberian language.

As the name implies, this language is thought to have emerged in the environment of the Iberian Peninsula around the 7th and 1st centuries BC (BC). This language is included in Roman and Greek historical records. Unfortunately, because only a few fragments were found, experts still found it difficult to identify this language.

3. Epi-Olmec language

This language similar to the Mayan language is thought to have been used in 500 BC to 500 AD (AD). This language is planned to be studied in 1993, you know, but because of the lack of manuscript relics about this language, the research was postponed. Until now this language is still mysterious.

4. Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek is the language spoken by the ancient Greeks from the 9th to 4th BC. Ancient Greek and Latin are the most important ancient languages (languages that are not long spoken) for English speakers now. This happens because many English words come from Greek and Latin.

5. Ancient Rome
The language of the Roman Empire is Latin. According to Virgil, Latin was the source of Roman unity and tradition. Until Alexander Severus's reign (222-235), Roman birth certificates and wills must be written in Latin. Latin was the official language of court and military throughout the Empire, but its use was not formally imposed on people under Roman rule. This policy contradicted what was done by Alexander the Great, whose aim was to make Greek the official language of the entire empire. As a consequence of Alexander's conquest, Koine Greek has become a language of association in the eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor. The "linguistic border" divides the Latin West and Eastern Greece through the Balkan peninsula. 

6. Sumerian Language
Sumerian is the language used in southern Mesopotamia from the 4th century BC. This language was later replaced by Akadia as an oral language at the beginning of the 2nd century BC, but was still used in religious ceremonies, writings, and science until the 1st century BC. Then this language was forgotten until the 19th century. Sumerian is different from other ancient Mesopotamian languages such as the Akadian language (which consists of Babylonian and Assyrian languages), Aramaic, and Elam.

Written Sumerian language can be divided into several periods:

   -  Ancient Sumerian - 3100-2600 / 2500 BC
   -  Classical Sumerian language - 2600 / 2500–2300 / 2200 BC
   -  New Sumerian Language - 2300/2200 - 2000 BC
   -  Late Sumerian Language - 2000 - 1800/1700 BC
   -  Post-Sumerian Language - 1800/1700 - 100 BC

7. Viking Language
Old Norse is a North Germanic language that has been used in Scandinavia (viking), the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and in parts of Russia, France and the British and Irish Islands. That is the language of Vikings or Nemenemen. The closest modern language to Old Norse is Iceland, a written form that has changed little over the years, while oral forms have undergone significant changes. 

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