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- The cosmopolitan nature of the city is evident from the presence of documents written in Ugaritic, Akkadian, Hittite, Egyptian, Hurrian, and even Cypro-Minoan.
- Instead, the Cypriots used Mycenaean imports according to local practices and taste, and appear to have been referencing Ugaritic patterns of wine consumption.
- The Ugaritic alphabet started with a script of 32 letters, but over succeeding centuries this was modified to a set of 22 letters.
Pronunciation: /(y)o͞ogəˈritik/adjective & noun
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