From: Karl Pentzlin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 15 2006 - 03:24:45 CDT
Am Mittwoch, 14. Juni 2006 um 13:56 schrieb Philippe Verdy:
PV> May be you have scans with higher resolution ...
The shown specimens of the Teuthonista dialect writing systems are not the
definitive documents anyway. These apparently are not accessible by
Internet searches at this moment.
As far as I know now, the precursor of the system used now was
described first in an issue of the German periodical "Teuthonista"
1924 or 1925 (hence the name of the system).
The source now used by at least some users is:
Hotzenköcherle, Rudolf, et al.: Sprachatlas der Deutschen Schweiz, 1962.
The users are several universities in Bavaria and the state
Baden-Württemberg which have projects for dialect databases of their
respective regions. Also, the system is in use in Switzerland.
An encoding of this system seems to get very interesting as it contains
combinations and positional rules within diacritics.
When I get the original sources I will provide more information.
- Karl Pentzlin
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