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Ancient Scripts: Khmer
Khmer is a syllabic alphabet, meaning that a letter represents a syllable in ... The Khmer script is still used in Cambodia, having evolved over more than a ...
Ancient Scripts: Search Results
They developed a writing system whose wedge- shaped strokes would influence the style of scripts in the same geographical area for the next 3000 years. ...
Ancient Scripts: Faliscan
The Faliscans were one of the many ethnic groups of ancient Italy before the Romans dominated the peninsula. In fact, they were not terribly different from ...
Ancient Scripts: Alphabet
Contents: Introduction | Family tree of alphabets | Proto-Sinaitic ... other alphabets and even "syllabaries" that belong in the same family of scripts. ...
Ancient Scripts: Ugaritic
The Ugaritic script was really one of a kind, for it was a cuneiform alphabet (old Persian really was closer to a syllabary). ...
Ancient Scripts: Ogham
The Ogham script recorded the earliest Old Irish texts dating between the 3rd and the 6th century CE. Ogham inscriptions are found exclusively in Ireland, ...
Ancient Scripts: Ogham
The Ogham script recorded the earliest Old Irish texts dating between the 3rd and the 6th century CE. Ogham inscriptions are found exclusively in Ireland, ...
Ancient Scripts: Greek
There were many variants of the early Greek alphabet, each suited to a local dialect. Eventually the Ionian alphabet was adopted in all Greek-speaking ...
Ancient Scripts: Types of Writing Systems
Writing systems can be conveniently classified into broad "types" depending ... In essence, there are two major types of signs, ones denoting morphemes and ...
Ancient Scripts: Alphabet
What made this the beginning of the alphabet, and not Egyptian hieroglyphs themselves? The result is simple as the Greek letter's name alpha. ...
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