Egyptian Child’s Greek Homework from 1,800 Years Ago Goes on Display

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According to a report in The Daily Mail , Roly Keating, chief executive of the British Library, said “the homework shows two lines of Greek carved into the wax with a stylus by a child believed to be eight or nine.” He added "This is a child's homework, a primary school kid in the second century AD in Egypt, and their writing is still on this little tablet, which is about the size of an iPad mini.”