It was writing that took man in to the history, there are all kind of writing system invented by ancient civilizations but what kind of writing took man in to the history? 
Linear cuneiform (cuneiform) 2500 BC was a starting point and it was invented by Sumerian. Early cuneiform inscription used linear inscriptions by using a pointed stylus and on occasion called "linear cuneiform", before introduced to the new wedge styluses. However the recent discoveries in Jiroft changed everything upside down and the recent studies confirms the writing system in Iranian plateau wasn’t only in Elam, it was also used in southern easter Iran and dates back even further as proto-cuneiform time.
No longer can claim proto-cuneiform is older than proto-Elamite and there is no single evidence suggest that proto-cuneiform is older than proto-Elamite. Both Linear Elamite and cuneiform (Sumerian Language) were both oldest writing system (invented at the same time). The so called Linear Elamite writing is completely independent from the cuneiform writing system Created after the vanishing of the Proto- Elamite tablets, Thought to be the Linear-Elamite writing was mainly limited to Susa and Puzur- Inšušinak’s era(2100 BC). The findings, mainly in the Konar Sandal (Jiroft) and Shahdad, suggest that this writing system was probably created in the second half of the 3rd millennium BC in southern Iran. The beginning of the 2nd millennium BC, the cuneiform writing system probably played an important role at that time in the rejection of the Linear-Elamite writing system in south- western Iran. Also the Linear-Elamite writing system was probably limited to a small community of users or at least much smaller than the cuneiform and specially used for royal inscriptions! as proto-Elamite and Linear-Elamite only used in Iranian Plateau.
From now on we can name the proto-Elamite to proto-Iranian writing and Linear Elamite to Hatamtite (Elamite) or Proto Iranian writing stage 3
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