Heritage of Scribes: The Relation of Rovas Scripts to Eurasian Writing Systems

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Dr Gábor Hosszú, 2012 - 312 oldal
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 The Heritage of Scribes introduces the history and development of five members of the Rovas (pronounced “rove-ash”) script-family: the Proto-Rovas, the Early Steppean Rovas, the Carpathian Basin Rovas, the Steppean Rovas, and the Szekely-Hungarian Rovas.

The historical and linguistic statements in the book are based on the published theories and statements of acknowledged scholars, historians, archaeologists, and linguists. The author provides detailed descriptions of the five Rovas scripts, presents their relationships, connections to other scripts, and explains the most significant rovas relics. Based on the discovered relations, the author introduces the systematic description of the rovas glyphs in the Rovas Atlas together with a comprehensive genealogy of each grapheme as well.

  

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The Heritage of Scribes introduces the history and development of five members of the Rovas (pronounced “rove-ash”) script-family: the Proto-Rovas, the Early Steppean Rovas, the Carpathian Basin Rovas, the Steppean Rovas, and the Szekely-Hungarian Rovas.
The historical and linguistic statements in the book are based on the published theories and statements of acknowledged scholars, historians, archaeologists, and linguists. The author provides detailed descriptions of the five Rovas scripts, presents their relationships, connections to other scripts, and explains the most significant rovas relics. Based on the discovered relations, the author introduces the systematic description of the rovas glyphs in the Rovas Atlas together with a comprehensive genealogy of each grapheme as well.
 

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The Heritage of Scribesintroduces the history and development of three members os the Rovas (pronunced as r-o-w-a-sh) script family:
- the Carpathian Basin Rovas,
- the Khazarian Rovas, and
- the
Szekely-Hungarian Rovas.
The historical and linguistic statements in the book are based on the published theories and statements of acknowledged scholars, historians, archaeologists and linguists. The author provides detailed descriptions of the three Rovas scripts, presents their relationships, connections to other scripts, and explains the most significant relics.
Based on the discovered relations, the author introduces the systematic description of the Rovas glyphs in the Rovas Atlas together with a comprehensive genealogy of each character as well.
 

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