Ancient Egyptian scripts used to write Egyptian, an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Egypt until about the 10th century AD. After that it continued to be used as a the liturgical language of Egyptian Christians, the Copts, in the form of Coptic. These glyphs alone could be used to write Ancient Egyptian and represent the first alphabet ever divised. In practice, they were rarely used in the fashion. (...)
The Ohio Decalogue is, allegedly, an ancient Hebrew artifact of pre-Columbian America, it was found in Newark, Ohio in 1860. The artifact had the Ten Commandments carved in so called "modern Hebrew," a style in use for more that two thousand years. Cyrus Gordon, Semitic languages scholar, confirmed that it is Paleo-Hebrew of approximately the 1st or 2nd century A.D. The five letters to the left read "for the Judeans."
Hitler's 20-year-old niece and love interest, Geli Raubal. This relationship was for the most part socially acceptable according to local customs since she was the daughter of his half sister, Angela. Geli committed suicide and Hitler was heartbroken.