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A.S.Amanjolov
Alphabet Table

From A.S. AMANJOLOV
HISTORY of ANCIENT TÜRKIC SCRIPT

Almaty, "Mektep", 2003, ISBN 9965-16-204-2
Amanjolov Alphabet Table Baichorov Alphabet Table Kyzlasov Alphabet Table Mukhamadiev Alphabet Table

Introduction

The oldest inscription in the Türkic alphabet, the Issyk Inscription, written on a flat silver drinking cup, was found in 1970 in a royal tomb located within Balykchy ( Issyk), a town in Kyrgyzstan near Lake Issyk, and was dated by 5-th c. BC. The first known inscription in the related Karosthi script was found in Pakistan and dates to 251 BC.

A.Amanjolov's study, in particular, addressed the putative origins of the eastern Türkic alphabets, and came to a conclusion that Aramean origin theory is contradicted by elements of the alphabet that demonstrate much deeper roots, displaying a common origin with the Phoenician, Aramean, and South Semitic alphabets. The parallels between the Türkic and these three alphabets seem to confirm the evolutionary concept and provisions analyzed by Isaac Taylor and published in his book "The Alphabet" in the 1883 (Vol.1) and in the 1899 (Vol.2).

During the millenniums of their history on the expanses of Eurasia, the Türkic-speaking people also used other systems of writing.

Amanjolov Alphabet Table - page 1 (Unicode font added)
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Amanjolov Alphabet Table - page 2
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Amanjolov Alphabet Table - correspondences between Türkic and Mediterranian archaic alphabets

Distribution of the the Euro Asiatic and the Asiatic groups of the Türkic alphabets
(Per I.L. Kyzlasov)

 
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Codex of Inscriptions - Index
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Alphabet
Writing
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Wikipedia
Hunnic Writing
Turanian Writing
Paleography of 8 Türkic Alphabets
Türkic and Kharosthi Table
Karosthi
(Kharosthi) Script
Karosthi-Aramaic Script
Alan Dateline
Avar Dateline
Besenyo Dateline
Bulgar Dateline
Huns Dateline
Karluk Dateline
Khazar Dateline
Kimak Dateline
Kipchak Dateline
Kyrgyz Dateline
Sabir Dateline
Seyanto Dateline
.. 2003
3/31/06 TürkicWorld
7/15/2003
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