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Banco de datos de lenguas paleohispánicas

Scripts

The Palaeohispanic languages were written both in semisyllabic writings created in the Iberian Peninsula itself, and in colonial scripts, such as Ionic Greek or Latin.

 

Languages

Scripts


Latin

Greek

North-Eastern or Levantine Iberian

Southern Iberian

South-Western Script

Iberian

X

X

X

X


Celtiberian

X


X



Lusitanian

X





Southern Language




X


South-Western Language





X

 

Scripts:

 

 

North-Eastern or Levantine Iberian Script

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The variants of the signs that Untermann recognizes in his MLH-III 1 will pop up when hovering on the signs.
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Figure 1: Simple (not “dual”) Levantine script, with the variants of each sign, according to MLH-III. It must be taken into account that bo1 and bo3 correspond to ta2 and ta3, at least when the script is “dual” ( Ferrer i Jané 2010, p. 960).)

 

 

Celtiberian Script

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The variants of the signs that Untermann recognizes in his MLH-IV will pop up when hovering on the signs.
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Figure 2: Celtiberian script, with the palaeographic variants gathered in MLH-IV.

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