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- To: voynich@xxxxxxxx
- Subject: Genghis Khan
- From: bfarnell@xxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2001 22:43:05 -1000
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A teacher in China on another list was commenting on Chinese
transliteration systems and I asked about any info on older systems and
she replied with this.
> Hi Brian
> You might like to check out info about the script that Chingis Khan
> appropriated in order to write the languages of all his conquered nations.
> That's the only thing that comes to mind..I will do a more detailed search
> later...this all comes from the book I'm reading at the moment called "Alpha
> Beta" by John Man (ISBN 07472 7136 4)...just a thought