However, Cyprus's ancient non-Greek, non-alphabetic inscriptions are of tremendous importance.While the earliest examples dating from as early as 1500 BCE cannot be read, comparisons clearly show that the Cypriot syllabary seemed to have derived from Linear A, and therefore is like a sibling to Linear B.The Cypriot script continued to serve mostly for short dedicatory and funerary texts, but there are instances of longer, historical texts during the 5th century BCE.
This is also him taking his ultimate revenge on Diddy, who called him on his thievery of the “0 to 100” beat.
Carl Brooks Jr.: This Drake and Jennifer Lopez situation is very lit.
, the two maybe-lovebirds have already worked on a song together. Lo remained mum, literally giving the brave reporter the cold shoulder. In honour of the (hopefully) forthcoming Drake and J.
“He just asked me to do a song with him and that’s what we’ve been doing,” she said. Lo returning to her hip-hop roots—the golden era of Lopez music with collaborators like Big Pun, Fat Joe and Ja Rule—after years of utterly forgettable dance tracks with peops like Pitbull and Flo Rida?
The island of Cyprus has been a focus of cross-cultural interaction for many millenia.
Its name stems from the root as the English (as well as Latin and Greek) word 'copper'.
We all know that this is too good to be true and the face-value enjoyment we’re getting out of it is some elaborate ploy, but we should be allowed to enjoy nice things, and that includes light-skinned, squinty-eyed “love.” Rob Harvilla: He was always destined to end up with a woman old enough to be his mother. This would be preferable, obviously, to throwing yet another log on the cheerless fire of his I Just Remembered Another Pre-Fame Ex-Girlfriend I Wanted to Complain About phase, which has lasted a solid half-decade, somehow. And though the potential for profound embarrassment is great, something so perilous as a high-wire celebrity relationship might be the only way to get him to snap out of it.
If they make it to Halloween, he should dress up as Ja Rule.
Not surprisingly, the first readable text in the Cypriot script appeared in the 11th century BCE to write the name of the owner of a funerary object.