From: Christopher Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 06 2005 - 22:28:15 CST
E. Keown wrote:
> Elaine Keown
> on the road
> Responding a mere 4 weeks later, a language which uses
> several scripts can be called digraphic, biscriptal,
> A language with concurrent systems in the same place
> used by the same people at the same time has a mixed
> writing system (Japanese).
> Still collecting examples, but Aramaic, with 8
> separate writing systems is the most polyscriptal,
> followed by Mongolian....
> I still want to know which language is 3rd --EK
Both Sanskrit and Pali are highly polyscriptal.
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