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This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.
Table comparing ancient scripts. Table based on an 1859 work by French egyptologist Emmanuel de Rouge (1811-1872), comparing eleven types of related ancient and modern scripts. The columns show: (i) Egyptian hieroglyphs; (ii) Egyptian Hieratic characters; (iii) Oldest Phoenician letters; (iv) Oldest Greek letters; (v) Lapidary Greek at the time of the Persian War; (vi) Greek uncials from c.400 AD; (vii) Greek minuscules; (viii) Old Italian alphabet; (ix) Lapidary Latin from Cicero's time; (x) Latin uncials and minuscules, (xi) Modern square Hebrew. Table from The Story of the Alphabet (Edward Clodd, 1900). Read More
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