Top: A Hittite inscription on a bronze plaque found at the Hittite port of Byblos. It is read in the boustrophedon manner and dates to about 2000 B.C. and is similar to the Newberry Stone.

Bottom: A section of Code of Gortyn, a Doric Greek inscription on Crete. It is also read in the boustrophedon mannor.

From Lost Cities of Atlantis, Ancient Europe & the Mediterranean by David Hatcher Childress