The natural evolution of African writing systems has been greatly suppressed by colonization and slavery. A number of once thriving ancient African writing systems such as Tifinagh, Nsibidi, the Kassena logograms, Meroitic, and others have fallen into disuse.
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Africa is simply a continent whose written history has not been studied. Africa is not a continent without writing. Rather, it is a continent without…
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