Friday, February 26, 2010

THE GREEK ALPHABET WAS IN USE AT 6000 BC

YURA ISLET SPORADES GREECE

http://www.e-grammes.gr/1997/02/yura_en.htm



The potsherd of 5500-6000 BC, found at the Islet of Yura of Northern Sporades bearing Greek alphabet letters. The facsimile to the classic Greek letters Alpha, Ypsilon, and Delta can be recognized.
This proves that the classic Greek alphabet is older than the Greek linear alphabets.

It also demolishes crushingly and definitely the false theory that the Greeks took the alphabet from the Poenicians, who emerged in history around 1150 BC, ie.4500-5000 years after the creation of the Yura written potsherd.