CYprotic. The island of Cyprus has been a focus of cross-cultural interaction for millennia. While the earliest examples dating from as early as 1500 BCE cannot be read, comparisons show that the Cypriot syllabary seemed to have derived from Liner A scripts, like a sibling to Liner B. The script at this very early stage is called Cypriot-Minoan to distinguish it from the Cypriot script used for writing Greek after 12th century BCE.
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