foneeshiya

foneeshiya ka prabhaav poore bhoomadhya saagar kshetr mein samudri vyaapaar ke jriye fail gaya

foneeshiya madhya-poorv ke urvar ardhachandr ke pashchimi bhaag mein bhoomadhya saagar ke tat ke saath-saath sthit ek praacheen sabhyata thi. samudri vyaapaar ke jriye yeh 1550 se 300 isa-poorv ke kaal mein bhoomadhya saagar ke doora​-daraaj ilaakon mein fail ga​aai. unhein praacheen yoonaani aur roman log "jamuni-rang ke vyaapaari" kaha karte the kyonki rangareji mein istemaal hone vaale myooraks ghonghe se banaae jaane vaale jaamuni rang keval inhi se mila karta tha. inhone jis aksharamaala ka ijaad kiya usapar vishv ki saari pramukh aksharamaalaaeain aadhaarit hain. kai bhaashaavaijnyaaanikon ka maanana hai ki devanaagari-sahit Bhaarat ki sabhi varnamaalaaeain isi foneeshiyaai varnamaala ki santaane hain.[1][2]

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  1. Sanford B. Steever. "The Dravidian languages". Taylor & Francis, 1998. aai॰aऍsa॰abee॰aऍna॰ 9780415100236. http://books.google.com/books?id=CF5Qo4NDE64C. "... Many Indologists follow Bithler (1895, 1896) in believing that both Kharosthi and Brahmi were derived from Semitic writing - with Brahmi perhaps based on a Semitic script like the Phoenician, rather than on Aramaic ..."
  2. Chandrika Singh Upasak. "History of palaeography of Mauryan Brahmi script". Nav Nalanda Mahavihar, 2002. aai॰aऍsa॰abee॰aऍna॰ 9788188242047. http://books.google.com/books?id=P19jAAAAMAAJ. "... On the basis of a comparison between Brahmi and North Semitic alphabets, he maintained that twenty two letters of the Brahmi script were directly derived from the North Semitic character; some of these are found in early Phoenician ..."