The Standard Alphabet is a Latin-based alphabet developed by Karl Richard
Lepsius. Lepsius initially used it to transcribe Egyptian hieroglyphs and extended
Standard Alphabet for reducing Unwritten Languages and Foreign Graphic.
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Standard alphabet for reducing unwritten languages and foreign graphic systems
to a uniform orthography in European letters. by Lepsius, Richard, 1810-1884; ...
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Universal Alphabetics; Or Self-interpreting Physiological Letters, for the Writing of
.... Page 99 - The best known of the diacritic alphabets is Lepsius's Standard ...
The only systematic orthography which has been used to any considerable
extent is that of R. Lepsius, described in his Standard Alphabet (2nd edition,
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Wissenschaften used glyphs made for Lepsius' Standard alphabet, in.
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