Source: Official Guide for GMAT Review 2016 Sentence Correction; #27

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In the seventh century B.C., the Roman alphabet

In the seventh century B.C., the Roman alphabet was adapted from the Etruscan alphabet, which in turn had been adapted in the previous century from a western Greek alphabet, which itself had been adapted earlier in the same century from the Phoenician alphabet.

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