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Examples of the Etruscan Alphabet. From right to left or from left to right, they could write in both directions

Examples of the Etruscan Alphabet. From right to left or from left to right, they could write in both directions

Frosted Font - A delicate, handwritten front with a somewhat masculine feel which mimics the natural stroke of pointed pen calligraphy. Frosted embodies a folksy feel that brings true character to any design. Frosted is a collaboration between the talented lettering artist Molly Jacques and font designer Dathan Boardman.

Frosted Font - A delicate, handwritten front with a somewhat masculine feel which mimics the natural stroke of pointed pen calligraphy. Frosted embodies a folksy feel that brings true character to any design. Frosted is a collaboration between the talented lettering artist Molly Jacques and font designer Dathan Boardman.

Image montrant les cinq premiers vers de l'Iliade d'Homère, qui sert d'exemple d'utilisation de l'alphabet grec.

Image montrant les cinq premiers vers de l'Iliade d'Homère, qui sert d'exemple d'utilisation de l'alphabet grec.

7q5 qumrân - StartPage par Ixquick Image Recherche

7q5 qumrân - StartPage par Ixquick Image Recherche

Achat de chevaux pour Charles d'Orléans en 1410.

Achat de chevaux pour Charles d'Orléans en 1410.

calligraphy filling the entire envelope...

calligraphy filling the entire envelope...

Lost Battles : Reconstructing the Great Clashes of the Ancient World « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

Lost Battles : Reconstructing the Great Clashes of the Ancient World « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

Cheers New Year by Ann Gardner at minted.com

Cheers New Year by Ann Gardner at minted.com

Envelope typography again

Envelope typography again

Sabaean, an extinct Semitic language once spoken in Saba, the biblical Sheba, in southern Arabia. The Sabaean or Sabaic alphabet is one of the south Arabian alphabets. The oldest known inscriptions in this alphabet date from about 500 BC. Its origins are not known, though one theory is that it developed from the Byblos alphabet. The Sabaean alphabet is thought to have evolved into the Ethiopic script.

Sabaean, an extinct Semitic language once spoken in Saba, the biblical Sheba, in southern Arabia. The Sabaean or Sabaic alphabet is one of the south Arabian alphabets. The oldest known inscriptions in this alphabet date from about 500 BC. Its origins are not known, though one theory is that it developed from the Byblos alphabet. The Sabaean alphabet is thought to have evolved into the Ethiopic script.

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