When we weigh both objects equally, it is evident that the first one is far more effective and relevant to the claim than the other. The excerpt from the Tulu script gives me an enormous scope. It allows me to explore how languages can fade slowly, and historians look to second to better understand the region. When this language is not present or indecipherable, it is hard to unlock this knowledge leading to its loss. The argument hinges on this basic concept, which can be portrayed effectively through this object. Furthermore, we can take up various examples of this happening to support our claim further, unlike in the other subject, since it is way more specific compared to object 1. This speaks to the expanded scope, which will allow us to unpack the claim and really explain all of the details clearly. There may only be one potential downfall to this object sin ce the language is not entirely faded away, but since we're focussing on script, that shouldn't be a big issue. Finally, in terms of connection to the TOK concepts and original KQ, the object is very relevant as it both shows how the culture and interpretation of the native people who speak Tulu, is lost as the language fades away. All in all, this makes the first object better suited for this claim.