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Egyptologists have found evidence suggesting that the origins of the modern alphabet date back much further than previously believed. A panel discusses the new evidence, how it was discovered and analyzed, and its significance in unraveling the mysteries of human history.
- John Coleman Darnell Assistant professor of Eyptology at Yale University
- Deborah Darnell PhD student in Egyptology at the University of Chicago
- Chris Dobbs-Allsopp Assistant professor of the Old Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary
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