Re: Tesawa update: text in Balalatu alphabet online
|From:||Jan van Steenbergen <ijzeren_jan@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 6, 2002, 17:29|
--- Thomas Leigh wrote:
Well, the language looks VERY Indo-European to me, and as you might know, from
me that can be considered a compliment. I like it. And the script is nice, too.
Reminds a bit of written Armenian, I think. Or perhaps un-written Georgian :)
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> Continuing in my ever-procrastinated quest to put all my old stuff
> online since I haven't had time to create any new languages for years, I
> finally scanned the Tesawa translation of "The North Wind and the Sun"
> written in the Balalatu script:
I find the alphabet
> rather unwieldy now, but I thought it was cool when I was 19! Anyway,
> there it is, for whoever cares to take a look. Feel free to comment if
> you feel like it, though I should mention that I stopped working on this
> language years ago, and I'm putting the material online for
> archival/illustration purposes, so suggestions for improvement and the
> like are liable to be ignored. :)