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2007-06-06 05:20:16
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According to 'Races of the Wild' by D&D, the Elven Alphabet has 62 icons, "including at least four versions of every vowel used in {the Common Language and Script}." (Williams, S., 2005)

Alphabet (concepts):
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Writings, Prophecies, Poetry, Song:

Influences & Beginnings:

Culture and History:


Tengwar Classroom on Tengwar (Tolkien language)
Quenya - Classroom on Quenya (Tolkien language)

Fantasy Languages

Grammaticum Primeaval

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2006-09-25 [xido]: I will add more links as I get time to post them and analyze their helpfulness in creating a fully new and representational alphabet and grammar for our own elven purposes, which will be mostly congruent to Tolkien's.

2007-03-29 [BinaryPhoenix]: Sound interesting! ^_^

2007-04-02 [xido]: I'm glad you think so. A non-Tolkien language is the key idea here, but Tolkien languages will be hosted here as links as well.

2007-04-03 [BinaryPhoenix]: Banner for use on this page only, if you want to [xido]

2007-04-07 [xido]: Yay! I will post it a little smaller, but yes, this is great. Thanks! I will add you to the forum if you please.

2007-06-12 [Galadhwen]: You know that grey-company isn't the same as the language used in Lord of the Rings right?

2007-06-13 [xido]: Yes, I am aware of this. I am hoping to also make a non-Tolkien Elven Language here, particularly one that could be utilized in future language projects relating to the Grammaticum Primeaval and fantasy languages.

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