John Cowan wrote:
> Lars Marius Garshol scripsit:
> > In that case you may find this page helpful:
> > <URL: >
> Here are my comments on your unclassifieds. I'm posting them here in case
> there is disagreement:
> Alaska script: looks suspiciously like pictograms to me, not writing

Alfred Schmitt studied this SCRIPT at great length.

> Bamum script: logosyllabary, changing later to pure syllabary
> Camion code: featural script
> Chinook/Duployé shorthand: alphabet
> Elamite cuneiform: probable syllabary, undeciphered

it's the same cuneiform as all the others. It's "Proto-Elamite" that's
undeciphered (so of course there's no reason to assign the name
"Elamite" to it)

> Fraser script: this is not a script, but a Latin-script orthography for Lisu


> Meroitic: abugida
> Old Persian Cuneiform: abugida, but has a few syllabograms and logograms

not right

> Pahawh Hmong: alphabet, but deeply bizarre


> Pitt's shorthand: I have no information on it
> Pollard script: alphabet, basically


> Rongorongo: possible logosyllabary, undeciphered

wrong, because undeciphered

> Tai Le: abugida with tone-letters
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