Wonderful to see the worldwide enthusiasm for revitalizing the Bamum script, but now we need to get down to business. We have just a week left in our fundraiser, and $10,000 more to reach our goal. Please donate whatever you can at endangeredalphabets.com/how-…. Please give and RT!
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Between 1896 & 1910 King Njoya's script evolved from a pictographic system to a partially alphabetic syllabic script, designed to represent all the sounds in the Bamum language of the Shü-mom people. This drawing shows him demonstrating the script to a group of his ministers. 2/
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Jun 20, 2022 · 10:01 AM UTC