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SCRIPTS ADAPTED FROM THE GREEK ALPHABET
SCRIPTS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
THE CHINESE SYSTEM OF WRITING page
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19th century adapted ancient angular Arabic script Aramaic archaic ASIAN SCRIPTS Bengali block-print Brdhmi Bronze Buddhist Burmese calligraphic Cambodian script Central Asia century a.d. China Chinese characters Christian consonants copied Coptic cursive form cursive hand cursive script dated a.h. derived Devandgari dialect Divan dynasty earliest Estrangela Ethiopic example exhibition Facsimile fifteenth century fifth century Grantha Greek Greek alphabet Gupta handwriting Hebrew script Hebrew Square script ideographic Indian scripts inscriptions Islam Japan Japanese Kaithi Kana Kharosthi Koran Korea Kufic Kutila letters literary Lolo Malay Manchu Mandaic manuscripts millennium a.d. modern Mongol Moso Naskhi Nasta'lik Ndgari North Semitic alphabet origin Oriya Pahlavi Palaeo-Hebrew Pali Palm-leaf period Persian phonetic poems printed pronunciation represented Runic Sanskrit script developed Sephardi Sinhalese Sogdian sounds South Indian South-east Asia square character style syllable Syriac system of writing Tamil Tangut Thai third century B.C. Tibetan Tunhuang Turkish Uighur Vatteruttu vellum vowels written language