Africa Alphabet

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An alphabet developed 1928 under the lead of Diedrich Westermann. He developed it with a group of Africanists at the IAI in London. Its aim was to be able to write all the African Languages for practical and scientific purposes.

see also: Standard Alphabet by Lepsius

Source:

The Blackwell encyclopedia of writing systems, Florian Coulmas, 1996, Blackwell, Oxford


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