posted on Jan, 13 2019 @ 07:39 PM
a reply to: DpatC
Cuneiform was produced by impressing the end of a cut reed into soft clay. As such, the characters consist entirely of repetitions of long thin
triangles (the word 'Cuneiform' means 'wedge shaped').
The topmost link appears to be of a group pictographic symbols similar to some paleo sripts, but not Cuneiform.
Cuneiform was also a continuum of styles that arose from representation of paleolithic pictographic forms but carried out using the stylus-impression
method. It was also used for thousands of years and changed much in style.
I can read some late-Sumerian cuneiform but would have to look up full word meanings from online repositories like ETCSL and online lexicons.