ARMENISCHES ALPHABET PDF

Das armenische Alphabet (armenisch: Հայոց գրեր Hajoz grer oder Հայոց այբուբեն Hajoz ajbuben) ist die Schrift, mit der die armenische Sprache geschrieben. Varianten des Neuarmenischen, aber die Grundlagen sind dieselben. Einführung. Teil I: Armenisch schreiben, lesen und sprechen. Armenisches Alphabet. DE German dictionary: Armenisches Alphabet. Armenisches Alphabet has 12 translations in 12 languages. Jump to translations of Armenisches Alphabet.

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A 13th century Armenian historian, Vardan Areveltsiin his Historynotes that during the reign of the Armenian King Leo the Magnificent reigned —artifacts were found bearing “Armenian inscriptions of the heathen kings of the ancient times”.

Views Read Edit View history. BCE Phoenician 12 c. Without proper rendering supportyou may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Unicode characters. The Kipchak -speaking Armenian Christians of Podolia and Galicia used an Armenian alphabet to produce an extensive amount of literature between and By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

BCE Brahmic family see E. BCE Samaritan 6 c.

Summary [ edit ] Description Armenian manuscripts. This work is in arenisches public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus years or less.

In areas inhabited by both Armenians and AssyriansSyriac texts were occasionally armrnisches in the Armenian script, although the opposite phenomenon, Armenian texts written in Sertothe Western Syriac script, is more common.

Overview History of writing Grapheme. Archived from the original on 2 January Afmenisches fonts are based on the encoding of the original Arasan font by Hrant Papazian he started encoding in use sincewhich simply replaces the Latin characters among others of the ASCII encoding with Armenian ones.

With the development of armenischea Unicode standard and its availability on modern operating systems, it has been rendered obsolete. Armenian shows some similarities to both. BCE Etruscan 8 c. Pahlavi was the priestly script in Armenia before the introduction of Christianity, and Syriacalong with Greek, was one of the alphabets of Christian scripture. BCE Libyco-Berber 3 c. CE Greek 8 c.

BCE Demotic 7 c. From toSoviet Armenia adopted a reformed spelling of the Armenian language. Retrieved from armenieches https: CE Coptic 3 c. Koriwn notes that Mashtots was told of the existence of ancient Armenian letters which he was initially trying to integrate into his own alphabet. Retrieved 19 September BCE Nabataean 2 c. Accessible publishing Braille literacy RoboBraille.

BCE Proto-Sinaitic 19 c. This page was last edited on 18 Aprilat Public domain Public domain false false. Jurchen Khitan large armejisches Sui Tangut.

Armenian alphabet

This page was last edited on 22 Decemberat BCE Orkhon old Turkic 6 c. The Armenian alphabet Armenian: Armenian is written horizontally, left-to-right. BCE Arabic 4 amrenisches. While Arasan-compatible fonts were popular among many users on Windows 9xthe encoding has been deprecated by the Unicode standard.

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According to the fifth century Armenian historian Movses of KhorenBardesanes of Edessa — CEwho founded the Gnostic current of the Bardaisaniteswent to the Armenian castle of Ani and there read the work of a armemisches Armenian priest named Voghyump, written in the Mithraic Mehean or Mihrean lit. The Armenian alphabet was added to the Unicode Standard in version 1. Lraber Hasarakakan Gitutyunneri in Armenian 2: Certain shifts in the language were at first not reflected in the orthography.

BCE Latin 7 c. BCE Avestan 4 c. From Wikimedia Commons, amenisches free media repository. The Armenian script, along with the Georgian armenisxhes, was used by the poet Sayat-Nova in his Armenian poems. Armenian manuscript of 13th century.

The standard Eastern and Western Armenian keyboards are based on the layout of the font Arasan.