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Written language is akin
with painting and sculpture, and at first, all three industries have been complementary
architecture and stood in direct connection with the primitive form of all
government - theocracy. Mentioning only in passing the fact that some
the barbarian tribes, like the Australians and South Africans,
depict people and incidents on the walls of underground caves
considered them sacred places, go straight to the Egyptians. They have so
the same as the Assyrians, we find mural paintings used for
decoration of temples and palaces (which, however, was originally
identical), and therefore it was the business of government, in the same sense,
both the public celebrations and religious ceremonies. Further, it was a matter of
governments because they represented the worship of God, triumphs
God-Emperor, obedience of his subjects and the punishment of the rebellious. It was
a means in the hands of the government, because represented the works
art, uvarovskaya people as a sacred mystery. From the ordinary
use these beautiful images have been slightly modified
the use of picturesque writings that existed in North American
peoples, at the time of their discovery by Europeans. Through reductions similar to those
adopted in our written language, the most famous of these figures
was gradually simplified; and finally formed a system of symbols,
most of which had only very faint resemblance to replaced them
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