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Ethiopic is an African Writing System designed as a meaningful and graphic representation of knowledge. It is a component of the African Knowledge Systems and one of the signal contributions made by Africans to the world history and cultures. It is created to holistically symbolize and locate the cultural and historical parameters of the Ethiopian people.

Ethiopic is an African Writing System designed as a meaningful and graphic representation of knowledge. It is a component of the African Knowledge Systems and one of the signal contributions made by Africans to the world history and cultures. It is created to holistically symbolize and locate the cultural and historical parameters of the Ethiopian people.

Historically, the continent of Africa was looked at as the “Dark Continent”. It was assumed that Africa was “uncivilized” and “barbaric” and in no way could have developed such complex languages. There were many different writing systems in Africa.

Diasporicroots: “ The myths surrounding Ancient African Writing systems Historically, the continent of Africa was looked at as the “Dark Continent”. It was assumed that Africa was “uncivilized” and “barbaric” and in no way could have developed such.

Native American Black Indians | Native Americans - Quiet Thoughts

Toni Scott photography and digital work. Black Indians are people of African-American descent, usually with significant Native American ancestry, who also have strong ties to Native American culture, social, and historical traditions.

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Capernoited (adj) Pronunciation ‘kA-per-noy-ted Peevish; Tipsy or Slightly Intoxicated.

Shü-mom characters from the Bamum script developed in Cameroon at the turn of the 20th Century by King Njoya.

Shü-mom characters from the Bamum script developed in Cameroon by King Njoya.

Traditional Mongolian script for Buryat

Buryat is a Mongolic language spoken in Buryatia in Russia, Mongolia and China by about people.

Timbuktu Manuscripts. The term Ajami comes from the Arabic root for "foreign" or "stranger," has been applied to Arabic alphabets used for writing African languages, especially those of Hausa and Swahili. It is considered an Arabic derived African writing system. Many medieval Hausa manuscripts similar to the Timbuktu Manuscripts written in the Ajami script, have been discovered recently.

The term Ajami comes from the Arabic root for "foreign" or "stranger," has been applied to Arabic alphabets used for writing African languages, especially those of Hausa and Swahili.

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