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Write your name in Cuneiform – Just like a Mesapotamian! » A Cuneiform Alphabet

12 Responses to “A Cuneiform Alphabet”

  1. Felton Qualey said

    Very useful article, I will follow your blog frequently.

  2. Tammy said

    Great idea a cunieform name creator!

  3. Lily White said

    I would like to admit your entire article appears to be so helpful as they give good advice.
    Accept my good wishes for your upcoming writing and hope they too will help me similar to this.
    And yes I have bookmarked your site: watsoneastwoldblog.wordpress.com .

  4. Jelqing said

    Very nice!
    I could not have said it any better my friend!
    Please keep up the awesome work.
    You are very talented and I pray that I can write as good as you someday…

  5. Cevon said

    I didn’t know that.

  6. Martin said

    Cracking read

  7. Richard Schaefer said

    Direct me to a grammar and discussion of this

  8. Abbey said

    Not much help from this site for me I’m actually writing it in clay so too hard I’m only 11.

  9. Sheri said

    Thank you it was really helpful.

  10. Angelica said

    Thankfulness to my father who told me on the topic of this website,
    this blog is in fact awesome.

  11. Kaylie said

    Can you e-mail me “Hello” in cuneform plz? It’s for a project and i need is ASAP ASAP ASAP!!!

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