Nsibidi - the oldest West African writing system

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It's a very old writing system here in Nigeria. It's so old only a few people know about it. Read about it yourself here;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nsibidi

http://nsibidi.wikia.com/wiki/Nsibidi_Wiki

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It's really pretty!

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Cool, not sure how accurate this isbut after googling I was curious to see the one for unity looks a lot like DNA to me 

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

Cool, not sure how accurate this isbut after googling I was curious to see the one for unity looks a lot like DNA to me

Well it doesn't to me. Did you mean the one for love? Like I said, this is really old and I don't know much about it myself. There are not much materials to go on but there's a possibility the writing must have been mixed up somewhere. Not by natives of course, but by those materials that are available.

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leosmith wrote:

It's really pretty!

Yes it is Leo, thank you.

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