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Mongolian alpha and numbers 0797dc0d5c6924155623852ab8f93440.jpg (610×490)

Mongolian alpha and numbers 0797dc0d5c6924155623852ab8f93440.jpg (610×490)

Rune alphabet and symbol meanings Para saber más sobre los coches no olvides visitar marcasdecoches.org

Rune alphabet and symbol meanings Para saber más sobre los coches no olvides visitar marcasdecoches.org

Glagolica - Ancient Croatian Alphabet

Glagolica - Ancient Croatian Alphabet

Fantasy Alphabets- Human registry

Fantasy Alphabets- Human registry

Berber Symbols - Kabyle Berber culture belongs to a cultural group that includes the Chaouis, the Tuareg, the Chenouis, Mozabites and other North African Berbers.

Berber Symbols - Kabyle Berber culture belongs to a cultural group that includes the Chaouis, the Tuareg, the Chenouis, Mozabites and other North African Berbers.

Karma Symbol Hinduism | Good Karma Symbol

Karma Symbol Hinduism | Good Karma Symbol

The Syriac Aramaic Alphabet.  First noted was the Estrangelo script (called Estrangela in the Chaldean Churches) in the manuscripts of St. Ephrem of Edessa, Syria.  Geographic differentiation produced a second script of Western Syriac called Serto, a simplified writing form of Estrangelo for the Antiochene Churches, and a third script of Eastern Syriac known as Madnhaya for the Chaldean Churches.  A fourth Syriac script known as Karshuni (or Garshuni) was later employed for copying Arabic…

The Syriac Aramaic Alphabet. First noted was the Estrangelo script (called Estrangela in the Chaldean Churches) in the manuscripts of St. Ephrem of Edessa, Syria. Geographic differentiation produced a second script of Western Syriac called Serto, a simplified writing form of Estrangelo for the Antiochene Churches, and a third script of Eastern Syriac known as Madnhaya for the Chaldean Churches. A fourth Syriac script known as Karshuni (or Garshuni) was later employed for copying Arabic…

downloadable hiragana chart

downloadable hiragana chart

The Burmese script is an abugida in the Brahmic family used for writing Burmese. It is also used as a script for the liturgical languages of Pali and Sanskrit. The Burmese script was adapted from the Old Mon or from the Pyu script. The earliest evidence of Burmese script is dated to 1035, while an 18th century recast stone inscription points to 984. Direction: Left-to-right. Time period: c. 984 or 1035–present. Parent systems: Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, Aramaic, Brāhmī,  Pallavi, Mon.

The Burmese script is an abugida in the Brahmic family used for writing Burmese. It is also used as a script for the liturgical languages of Pali and Sanskrit. The Burmese script was adapted from the Old Mon or from the Pyu script. The earliest evidence of Burmese script is dated to 1035, while an 18th century recast stone inscription points to 984. Direction: Left-to-right. Time period: c. 984 or 1035–present. Parent systems: Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, Aramaic, Brāhmī, Pallavi, Mon.

Comparison Chart of Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, and Gujarati Alphabets.

Comparison Chart of Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, and Gujarati Alphabets.