Origin of Human Language Only Required Oral Sounds of Convention Writing Same Needing Manual Dexterity


The ancient use of language required only that humans make various sounds with their mouths in certain orders agreed upon as having certain meanings to be understood, and writing that humans had the manual dexterity to etch symbols which were agreed upon as having certain sounds or meanings, so “full humans 100,000 years ago” had both capabilities and surely would have been communicating language by writing, yet the earliest languages in the Middle East, “the cradle of civilization,” such as Hittite, Akkadian (Assyrian), and Hebrew are languages reflected in the Table of Nations (Genesis 10), those ancients having begun speaking those languages after the Tower of Babel circa 2200 b. c., but Hebrew the universal language before Babel, the language spoken and written by those on Noah’s Ark.