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The earliest-known writing system from which a recorded language developed was the invention of:

A. the Assyrians.
B. the Sumerians.
C. the Akkadians.
D. Neolithic peoples.
E. the Egyptians.

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 Cuneiform, created by the Sumerians, served as the writing system of Mesopotamia.

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Great help.