Writing Systems and languages of the world.
Very nice site. Features most known writing systems, including artificial ones. Also has a wealth of info for those interested in language learning in general. Plus, links to external articles, fonts, dictionaries, etc.
Holy crap, this is great, it even has my hovercraft is full of eels in different languages.
This is an excellent website that provides useful information on alphabets, syllabaries, and other writing systems throughout the world and time. Well worth hours of browsing for you philomaths out there.
A fascinating site simply to browse, and also extremely useful for linguistic research.
I can't believe I hadn't reviewed this. This is a great language resource.
writing systems & alphabets of the world
Been using this for many years and everytime it always has resources, or at least leads to resources to not only common languages, but also to very obscure ones. The Administration of the site is friendly and helpfull, and doesn't shy away from suggestions.
All in all, a very VERY good site for these sorts of interests. As well as starting them. I myself learned the Russian and Greek Alphabets from this site
Great site for linguistics!
One of the best script sites> My most favourite. I have found by chance myself last year printed several pages and used the scripts for my own .
My rating 10/10 excellent job
I am a language and scripts fan form my 4 years. The first script i learnt by myself was Japanese using the lyrics from songs and compared the voices
Not my interest
A guide to the languages, alphabets, syllabaries and other writing systems of the world.
Omniglot is a fascinating language site.
A wooden carving by Edoardo Triscoli featuring article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Tamil, one of many explorations into writing systems and languages of the world on this site.
From the page: "Writing systems
Abjads, Alphabets, Syllabic alphabets, Syllabaries, Semanto-phonetic scripts, Undeciphered, Alternative, Your scripts,
A-Z index, Direction index, Language index
Tips on learning languages
Language names, Country names, UDHR, Tower of Babel, Numerals, Phrases, Songs"
So great to have this kind of info on languages and writing systems. I think we in the West get too comfortable thinking that we have a monopoly on writing and language, that ours is the most evolved, etc. Good to get things into perspective!