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I am not going to produce an exact answer to this question. Two examples I want to include here which may be relevant to the context. Brajabuli. It is an artificial language not used for everyday conversion. This language has enriched Bengali literature. So a language which is not orally spoken can exists several centuries and develop another language. ...


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The Hebrew Bible is among the early texts mentioning Susa (under the Hebrew name of Shushan which is the same world as a lily) but there exist somewhat older, Sumarian documents that mention Susa, e.g. Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta where Susa is quoted as a place obedient to Inanna, a goddess of love. This text is from the 21st century BC but similar ...



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