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The basis for the alphabet developed by the Greeks came from      A. Egypt. B. Phoenicia. C. the Greeks themselves. D. Mesopotamia.
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User: A key technological development that began around 500 B.C.E. in sub-Saharan Africa was      A. iron smelting. B. monumental architecture. C. yam cultivation. D. writing.

User: The basis for the alphabet developed by the Greeks came from      A. Egypt. B. Phoenicia. C. the Greeks themselves. D. Mesopotamia.

Weegy: The basis for the alphabet developed by the Greeks came from: Phoenicia.
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