Re: Schonfieldian Hebrew Orthography
|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 13, 2004, 15:46|
--- Jörg Rhiemeier <joerg_rhiemeier@...> wrote:
Medieval Latin has its own unmistakable styleS, quite
different from the Roman fonts we are used to, as
well. Had a look at Carolinian manuscript lately, or
Beneventan, or Spanish Gothic hands? They are quite
as unintelligible, or can be. Beneventan looks like
something from Mars.
Idavi avins patorrechi djinerachunis djul Avramu ad ul Davidu ed avins patorrechi
djinerachunis djil deporrachuni in al Baviluña ad ul Cristu.
> On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 11:12:27 -0400,
> Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...> wrote:
> > Heyall,
> > I just found this webpage about Hugh Schonfield's
> revised script for
> > Hebrew. Check it out :)
> > http://www.geocities.com/snortar/schonfield.html
> Looks interesting. It is essentially Hebrew letters
> in a Roman guise.
> (Some people here have compared it to Cyrillic; yes,
> it has
> something of Cyrillic as it is printed today, but
> that is
> essentially, well, Cyrillic in a Roman guise.
> Medieval Cyrillic
> has its own unmistakable style, quite different from
> the Roman
> fonts we are used to.)