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1. The best-known of these are the following: The earliest written evidence of an Afroasiatic language is an Ancient Egyptian inscription dated to c. 3400 BC (5,400 years ago).

2. The earliest written evidence is a Linear B clay tablet found in Messenia that dates to between 1450 and 1350 BC, making Greek the world's oldest recorded living language.

3. The earliest written evidence of shellac goes back 3,000 years, but shellac is known to have been used earlier.

4. The earliest written evidence is found in the Oracle bone script, written on scapulae or tortoise plastrons, in the process of the divination practices Shang dynasty (ended approximately 1046 BCE).

5. The earliest written evidence for the Choctaw origin is provided in work by the Christian missionaries Cyrus Byington and Alfred Wright in 1825.

6. It is believed that the Canary Islands were known to the Phoenicians and Greeks, but the earliest written evidence is by the Roman writer Pliny The Elder, who quoted Juba II of Numidia, but Juba's writings were subsequently lost.

7. The earliest written evidence of the town's existence is dated 1300, and is to be found in the Câmpulung church.

8. It is the earliest written evidence of secular music in Denmark, a non-rhythmic notation on a four-line staff.

9. The earliest written evidence describes fiddle music and a variety of folk dances.

10. The earliest written evidence of lemonade has been found in Egypt, dated to around AD 1000.

11. The earliest written evidence for wrestling in the West Country comes from a 1590 poem entitled "Poly-Olbion" by Michael Drayton, concerning the Battle of Agincourt in 1415.

12. The earliest written evidence for an Indo-Aryan language is found not in Northwestern India and Pakistan, but in northern Syria, the location of the Mitanni kingdom.

13. The earliest written evidence of the monastery's existence dates from 980.

14. The earliest written evidence for the town dates from about 1100.

15. Roman interest in the area led to some of the earliest written evidence about Ireland.

16. The Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (DOST) is a 12-volume dictionary that documents the history of the Scots language covering Older Scots from the earliest written evidence in the 12th century until the year 1700.

17. In Europe the earliest written evidence of bells used for livestock dates to the late 14th to early 15th century.

18. However, for many English parishes, the earliest written evidence of their field system is from the enclosure maps or tithe maps.

19. The earliest written evidence of a church on the site is in 1206 when Patrick de Mobberley founded an Augustinian priory.

20. The earliest written evidence of a church on the site dates from around 1170 when a church was founded by Ralph de Montalt, a baron of the court of the Earl of Chester.

21. An estate map is often useful in determining the history of field systems, as it can be the earliest written evidence of the field system in use in a locality.

22. The earliest written evidence of an Afroasiatic language is an Ancient Egyptian inscription dated c. 3400 BC (5,400 years ago).

23. The earliest written evidence of cheese (GA.UAR) is the Sumerian cuneiform texts of Third Dynasty of Ur, dated at the early second millennium BC. The earliest cheeses were sour and salty and similar in texture to rustic cottage cheese or present-day feta.

24. The earliest written evidence of a church building is dated 1179, but it may have existed by 1100.

25. The earliest written evidence comes from the Laguna Copperplate Inscription, dated to around 900 CE, which uses the Buddhist–Hindu lunar calendar.

26. The earliest written evidence of this doctrine can be found in the Huangji jieguo baojuan, published in 1430.

27. The earliest written evidence of this doctrine can be found in the Huangji jieguo baojuan, published in 1430.

28. the earliest written evidence of the village of Sutton (later named Sutton Poyntz after the 13th-century landowners) was a Saxon charter dating from AD891.

29. The earliest written evidence about this Ambalama is found in a map of the Kingdom of Kotte (1413-1565) which depicts the present site of the Ambalama.

30. Although researchers aren't sure when people first added medicinal herbs to their wine, the earliest written evidence of such wines in ancient Egypt comes from papyri dating to about 1850 B.C.E..