OLDEST SABA'AN NAM?TEMA
See also:SIND.(IRU MOABITE PHOENICIAN BRAHMI IJIAROSTHI /ETHIOPIC (H,myarino (ARABIC) 5008C 8008.0
See also:Stone (CYPRUS) most important of these documents is the liturgical inscription of Hadji-abad, where the Arsacid and
See also:Sassanian alphabets are found side by side .
See also:Taylor (The
See also:Alphabet, ii. p . 248 f.) regards the former as probably derived from the "
See also:ancient alphabet of Eastern
See also:Iran, a
See also:sister alphabet of the Aramaean of the satrapies," while the Sassanian belongs to a later stage of Aramaic . The alphabets of India all
See also:spring from two
See also:sources: (a) the Kharosthi, (b) the Brahmi alphabet . The
See also:history Of the former is
See also:lod)a, fairly clear . It was always a
See also:local alphabet, and never attained the importance of its
See also:rival . According to Buhler,' its range
See also:lay between 69° and 73° 30' E. and 33° to 35° N., Buhler,
See also:Indian Studies, iii . (2nd ed., 1898), p . 93 .
ANNE OLDFIELD (1683–173o)
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