On Wed, 8 May 96 09:18:26, Michael Forgey <75252.1523@CompuServe.COM>
> Or do some languages include only a subset of these [the Ethiopic]
> syllable glyphs? I am especially wondering about AMHARIC.
The Library of Congress has published a romanization (transliteration)
table for Amharic showing the syllables and the Latin script equivalents.
You will find it in "ALA-LC Romanization Tables: Transliteration Schemes
for Non-Roman Scripts" published by the Library of Congress.
To order a copy, contact LC's Cataloging Distribution Service at
1-800-255-3666 (according to their Web site you can charge your purchase).
You'll find the CDS Web site at http://lcweb.loc.gov/cds/
-- Joan Aliprand
Research Libraries Group
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