Sumerian’s Literacy

The world’s oldest known writing system traces its roots back to Mesopotamia. Surviving accounts of the Sumerian civilization are preserved on clay tablets etched with cuneiform script.

Unlike papyrus, parchment, or paper, clay withstands fire, solidifying rather than burning. Unearthed Sumerian tablets, numbering in the hundreds of thousands, offer a wealth of insights into humanity’s ancient history.

Sumerians Journey

Long ago, four millennia past, a lost Sumerian civilization thrived.

Its mysteries remained hidden until the late 19th century, when scholars decoded its ancient script. Over the subsequent 150 years, this vanished civilization has unveiled numerous enigmas.

In my series of brief lectures, audiences can uncover fascinating relics from our planet’s distant history. I anticipate that many will glean fresh insights and instinctively juxtapose that era with our own. Spoiler alert: little has altered since those ancient times.

Audio stage “The King’s Friend”. ACT I

The script “The King’s Friend” in the form of an audio stage. Primarily tailored for individuals with visual deficiencies or blindness. It could also captivate producers and directors during journeys or while at the wheel. Act One is complete, and I am currently crafting Act Two. To be continued.