“Marks, Symbols, Pictures, or Letters drawn or written upon a surface or substrate became a graphic

“Marks, Symbols, Pictures, or Letters drawn or written upon a surface or substrate became a graphic counterpart of the spoken word or unspoken thought”. (Meggs’ History of Graphic Desing, page 6).Answer ALL questions:a) Discuss soem of the earliest human markings dating from the arly Paleolithic to the Neolithic period (35,000 to 4,000BCE).b) Discuss with reference to TWO different cultures, some of the earliest written records in the form od pictographic drawings that we know of.c) Write soem historical remarks regarding(i) the invention of paperand(ii) the discovery of printing in Asia.These conferecne resposnes are expected to be detailed and well researched. For this purpose you need our textbook ( Meggs’ History of Graphic Design by Philip B. Meggs) as well as research on the web.You need to acknowledge all the sources that you have consulted by listing them in the end.You are also expected to include images of the examples that you discuss. THIS History of Graphic Art COURSE IS ABOUT A VISUAL LANGUAGE and you need to make use fo the images you have in the textbook or those you feel are relevant that you find on the web.DETAILED REPSONSES ARE EXPECTED.