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meaningful symbols

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Betty Bowen (bbowen.ok.us)
Tue, 5 Oct 1999 15:56:20 -0500


http://www.17webplace.com/translit/cuniform.html

for those of you who are looking for a pattern that might still have
attractive meaning to your students (instead of sports logos and happy
faces) the site above will transliterate what you type into Ugaritic
cuniform. Try your initials! I don't know Ugaritic cuneiform, so I don't
know if it really transliterates, but it looks good.

http://www.imultimedia.pt/museuvirtpress/ing/alfa.html
several other ancient alphabets - but don't say which of our letters they
match, (if any)

http://www2.4dcomm.com/millenia/alphabet.htm
Hungarian Runic Alphabet (obvious relationship to the Nordic Runic alphabet)
and the sounds they represent

http://www.pencils.com/history.html
and a curious thing I found along the way - pencil history - why pencils are
yellow!

http://www.angelfire.com/ga/Georgian/alphabet.html
Georgian alphabet

BB