Language Alphabet and Writing Systems

Evolution of Alphabets
This page is part of the course material for "History of the Alphabets" taught by Prof. Robert Fradkin at University of Maryland.

AkkadianAlbanian
AmharicArabic Calligraphy
Arabic KeyboardAramaic
ArmenianAssamese
AvestanAztec
BalineseBashkir
BelarusianBengali
BerberBrahmi
BrahmiBugis
BulgarianBurmese
CambodianCherokee
Chinese CalligraphyChinese Character
Chinese Writing on ComputerCoptic
CroatianCyrillic
CzechDari
DevanagariEnglish
EthiopicEtruscan
FaliscanFuthark
GeorgianGerman
GlagoliticGothic
GranthaGreek
GujaratiGupta
GurmukhiHebrew
HindiHiragana
HiraganasHittite Cuneiform
HungarianIberian Scripts
IcelandicIndus
International Phonetic AlphabetIsthmian
ItalianFlashcards Games
JapaneseJavanese
JurchenKadamba
KalingaKana
KanjiKannada
KashmiriKatakana
KharosthiKhitan
KhmerKlingon
KoreanKurdish

LandaLatin
LatvianLepcha
LithuanianLycian
LydianMacedonian
MalayalamMangyan
MarathiMayan
Meithei MayekMeroïtic
MesoamericanMixtecan
ModiMongolian
NabataeanNagari
Naxi CharacterNepali
Nushu CharacterOriya
OscanPahlavi
PaliPashto
Persian Old CuneiformPersian
PhoenicianPhonetic
PolishPortuguese
Punjabi ConverterPunjabi
RomanianRunes
RussianSamaritan
SanskritSarada
Serbian (Cyrillic)Serbian (General)
Serbian (Latin)Sinhala
SlovenianSogdian
SomaliSouth Arabian
Sumerian CuneiformSwedish
SyriacTagalog
TakriTamil
TeluguThai
ThamudicTibetan
TocharianTurkish
Ugaritic CuneiformUmbrian
UyghurUzbek
VeneticVietnamese
VolscianWelsh
Yi Scripts CharacterYiddish
ZapotecUkrainian

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