Written in the manner of Ancient Hebrew and Greek
The words are written in English, but the formatting is from biblical times.
Written Hebrew of the Old Testament used no vowels, no spaces, and no punctuation.
Greek of the New Testament times included the vowels, but no spaces or punctuation in its written language. Additionally, it was written in all capital letters.
Rewritten in the fashion of modern English
Writing developed slowly because each new development depended on the one before. Pictures had limitations because they could only draw things. Actions were limited to what could be demonstrated physically. Eventually drawings became symbolic, representing more than just the pictures. Somewhere in the process, drawings began to represent sounds instead of objects. From sounds came letters and letters formed alphabets.
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Of course, writing did not develop in the same ways in different cultures. Where trade existed across cultures, some borrowing of ideas occurred. When one group overcame another, the exchange was greater. Due to conquest, Greek became the precursor of much European language and writing. Neither language used punctuation or even spaces between words.
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