batspy
  • batspy
Which best explains why the Phoenician alphabet was developed? to aid in land conquests to help trade transactions to educate the government to stop foreign invasions
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The Phoenician alphabet was important because it was easier to read than cuneiform, it was made out of letters, not picture symbols. It made life easier for the Phoenicians and it helped trade spread. It also evolved many other alphabets like the Greek, Latin, and of course the English alphabet.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B.to help trade transactions

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