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The picture of a bolt, this was a "z" in Old Egyptian (voiced alveolar fricative). PBS: The Roman Empire in the First Century - Ancient Voices. The New Greek alphabet nowadays uses only 24 letters. This was a period when the Hyksos, a tribe from outside Egypt (we do not know their origin) conquered much of Lower Egypt. Older capitals, such as Memphis and Thebes, may have reached a level of between 30,000 and 40,000 inhabitants at the peaks of their occupation. Language records of the Ancient Egyptian language have been dated to about 3000 BC.

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