10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHONETICISM»
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in Mayan Hieroglyphic Writing
The volume contains nine seminal articles and appendixes. Many of the phonetic readings on which current epigraphic work depends are worked out and presented here.
John S. Justeson, Lyle Campbell, 1984
A plea for phoenetic spelling: or, The necessity of ...
56 22. Phoneticism a help to education ........ 57 23. Recent phonetic changes in
the orthographic systems of European languages 58 21. Modern hetericism an
approximation to phoneticism .... 61 25. Phoneticism a want of the age ........ 63 26
Alexander John Ellis, 1848
Mesoamerican Writing Systems: A Conference at Dumbarton ...
Phoneticism in the Late Pre-Hispanic Central Mexican Writing System H. B.
NICHOLSON UNIvERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES Ever since serious
scholarly research aimed at the fullest possible decipherment of Lowland Maya ...
Elizabeth P. Benson, 1973
Handbook to Life in the Ancient Maya World
Phoneticism. Thompson suggested that certain signs in the Maya script could
represent sounds, such as in rebus writing, but could also function as
independent speech particles. Thompson, however, strongly opposed the notion
that signs in ...
The First Writing: Script Invention as History and Process
Nevertheless, if there are changes they seem to be either from icon to symbol, or
from icon to phoneticism or both. Mayan writing maintained a strong iconic
component, but with time become more phonographic. Egyptian remained
Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative ...
An administrator who wishes to label a plan with the names of 10,000
households needs a practical way to write 10,000 names; for this purpose some
use of phoneticism seems unavoidable. (Phoneticism, as defined by Gelb (1963,
Haicheng Wang, Wang Haicheng, 2014
Mesoamerica After the Decline of Teotihuacan, A.D. 700-900
The Aztec and Mixtec systems adequately convey the rudiments of name, place,
event, and chronology. Maya hieroglyphs, moving further into abstraction and
phoneticism, more successfully convey nuance, detail, and grammatical
Richard A. Diehl, Janet Catherine Berlo, 1989
Phoneticism accounts for much of this flexibility. Early texts include many 'logo-
graphs' or word signs, of which a good example might be the picture of a hand for
K'AB, 'hand' in Yucatec Maya. Phonetic elements help limit the possible range of
The World of the Ancient Maya
The topic of phoneticism became almost taboo for the next half century, and
epigraphers renewed their emphasis on nonlinguistic identification, particularly of
calendrical and astronomical glyphs. Such glyphs are now quite well understood.
The New Catalog of Maya Hieroglyphs, Volume Two: Codical Texts
... provided Thompson (1950) with ample fodder for an attack on his methodology
, as well as on his ideas regarding phoneticism in the Maya script. It was not until
the 1950s that irrefutable evidence of phoneticism was demonstrated ...
Gabrielle Vail, Martha J. Macri, 2012
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The company's neo-phoneticism is intended to put more distance between its new golden goose and the deep clinical literature on speed ... «The Guardian, Jun 15»
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His deep admiration for the French language led him to transpose the phoneticism of certain English branding words that have become a ... «Wall Street Journal, Apr 09»