October 31, 2017

Modern Indo-European writing system


Version:1 (30 October 2017)

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Modern Indo-European writing system
by Carlos Quiles
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Based on a work at academiaprisca.org

This is the first writing convention for Modern Indo-European that includes the Old Italic script. This proposal is an experimental one, offering a recognizable different script for the reconstructed European language.

It combines at the same time the disparate qualities of distinctness – of an archaic language compared to modern ones – and closeness – of a western European alphabet.

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Supplementary file for Old Italic alphabet: keyboard layout

You can download the Microsofot Keyboard Layout Creator source file.

Version:1 (30 October 2017)


Microsoft KLC INE-eu keyboard layout

Supplementary file for Latin alphabet: Telefon

Telefon is a beautiful geometric monolinear sans serif font, which has now (in the 2017 version) specific support for Proto-Indo-European and Modern Indo-European, as well as for ancient Indo-European languages, developed by Frode Bo Helland in collaboration with Fernando López-Menchero.


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