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Author(s) : Smith, Daniel Steven
Created : 1998-09-08
Registered : 2003-01-19 17:18:53 (Id# 288)

Kind: original design
Genre :  Alphabetic > Manual > Script
Effect : normal

Sets available : normal
Variants : Regular

Available for : Macintosh / Windows
Status : freeware
Current rating :
Request rank : 153 (175 requests)
Profile : Decades ago, when J. R. R. Tolkien wrote his fantasy book series: "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings", he described a race of Elves possessing a rich history, language and culture. Not all Elves spoke the same language. The most important languages were: "Quenya" (the language of the High-Elves) and "Sindarin" (the language of the Grey-Elves). Early in their history they devised an alphabet for writing their languages. The oldest Elvish alphabet was the "Tengwar of R?mil". Later F?anor of the Noldor, inspired by the alphabet of R?mil, created a revised writing system. The F?anorean alphabet was designed to be an orderly phonetic writing system for use with pen or brush.

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