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July 12 2013
Fragments of two ancient stone axes found in China could display some of the world's earliest primitive writing, Chinese archaeologists say.
The markings on the axes, unearthed near Shanghai, could date back at least 5,000 years, the scientists say.
But Chinese scholars are divided on whether the markings are proper writing or a less sophisticated stream of symbols.
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