>>182 ウィキペディア英語版「フェニキア文字」の項目の注。 Earliest attestation in the Bronze Age collapse period, classical form from about 1050 BC; gradually died out during the Hellenistic period as its evolved forms replaced it; obsolete with the destruction of Carthage in 149 BC. >>183 それ前３世紀って注がついてたろ。何でごまかすんだよ。 それのどこがアラム文字なんだ？フェニキア文字だろ。 >>179の通りなら、前３世紀の時点でもっとアラム文字に似ていないとおかしいだろ。 >>186 後半意味不明。エジプト語はセム語ではないよ。 ハム語という分類もヨーロッパ人が聖書にちなんでつけた名前だけのもので、 アフロ・アジア語族という分類はすでに系統上の近縁関係ではない。
>>211 http://phoenicia.org/puniceconomy.html The Carthaginians are credited with inventing sale by auction, and they were famous for it. They even traded with people with whom they had no real contact, as described by Herodotus of Halicarnassus (about 430 B.C.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Egypt As early as the 3rd century BCE, one can speak of a widespread diaspora of Jews in many Egyptian towns and cities. In Josephus's history, it is claimed that, after the first Ptolemy took Judea, he led some 120,000 Jewish captives to Egypt from the areas of Judea, Jerusalem, Samaria, and Mount Gerizim.