Really, Really Ancient Literature
- (3/-1) The Victory Stele of Mernepteh, king of this country during the 19th Dynasty, recounts his victories over Libyan invaders.
- (6/-2) One of the oldest instances of Hebrew poetry is the song of this sister of Moses, recorded in Exodus 15.
- (9/-3) This four-letter Sanskrit word for â€œknowledgeâ€ follows Rig, Sama, Yajur, and Atharva in the names of Hindu sacred texts.
- (12/-4) In Ahunavaithi Gatha, he wrote, â€œI approach you with good thought, O Mazda Ahura, so that you may grant me two existences.â€
- (15/-5) The oldest known Indo-European text was written in cuneiform script by King Anitta of Kusara, a ruler of these people who lived in Anatolia early in the second millennium BC.
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