If slaves were caught reading, writing, or learningto read and write they got punished. The punishments varried from whipping to cutting their hands off!
They would probably send codded messages to each other to find their way to freedom.
Slave owners generally frowned upon slaves learning to read without authorization. A slave caught doing so could be sold, whipped or, in the worst case, killed.
It wasn't wrong, but slave owners did not want their slaves learning to read because knowledge is power, and a slave with that kind of power is more likely to revolt and seek a better life.
Because they feared if the slaves could read they would educate themselves and break away
Slave Zero happened in 1999.
About this is that this ancient roman writing and reading was first called latin.
scribes did all of the reading and writing in ancient egypt
That would be sequential reading or writing, as appropriate.
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i your reading this your stupid
Berbice Slave Uprising happened in 1763.
reading writing listening speaking understanding LISTENING SPEAKING WRITING READING VIEWING yes, viewing is already included
Writing and reading are not better than one another, but are very similar. Writing is a way to express your feelings and yourself through words. Reading is to read someones thought and feelings and words.
Siege of Reading happened in 1643.