Writing Systems, Central Asian: Prehistory to 1200: South, Central, and West Asia

Many writing systems of central Asia represent a single scribal tradition, passed on from scribe to scribe, from chancery to chancery, with gradual changes, through several language families, over some 3,000 years. A second tradition, passed from scholar to scholar across ...

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