Are Cave Carvings Sequoyah’s Syllabary In His Own Hand?

Sequoyah’s translation of the spoken Cherokee language into a written system, which he devised over a decade in the early 19th century, may be “the only known instance of an individual’s single-handedly creating an entirely new system of writing. An archaeologist and explorer of caves has now found what he thinks are the earliest known examples of the Sequoyah syllabary,” in a Kentucky cave.