Evolution of Writing Styles...
signwriting at MAC.COM
Thu Aug 17 15:49:53 UTC 2006
August 17, 2006
I was just asked this question...thought I would answer before I turn
off the internet to go back to my deadline-project...
> So, now I've been thinking about: 1. the evolution of SW, since
> that heavy writing system from Denmark untill nowadays and 2. SW
> evolution will lead to new and light forms? (as any writing system
> of oral languages). For that purpose I ask your help, if you can,
> of course, indicating any article or anything that refers to these
> Thank you in antecipate!
Sure. Why not start with this article on the web in the History
History SignWriting Directory Page
How SignWriting Has Changed
The Evolution of Writing Styles
The article needs to be updated to include all the new developments
since 1999, but it is a beginning...
Have a great weekend once again!
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