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the Syriac Serto Aramaic alphabet

Serto is one of the Syriac scripts for Aramaic used to write West Syriac.Its name comes from the word serta (ܣܪܛܐ) which means line. It was a cursive,easier to write evolution of the Estrangela script. The letters are simpler …

Square Aramaic alphabet (Hebrew)

The modern Hebrew alphabet is modeled upon the Imperial Aramaic alphabet  ,which was used for writing Aramaic by the Persian Empire.For this and practical reasons nowadays the Modern Hebrew alphabet is used for writing Aramaic l…

the Aramaic script

Aramaic was a consonantal script mostly lacking vowels and was wriiten from right to left.It originally served Aramaic (west semitic languages. And letter became the official script for the assyrian and Old Persia…

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