Expansion: Akkadian Braille

I have decided to add Akkadian to the languages offered by Classical Braille. Currently, I have only made the tentative braille code presented below. Hopefully, I will be updating the Catalogue soon with Akkadian selections from Gilgameš, the Atraḫasis myth, and various Old Babylonian letters, oaths, and contracts.

Tentative Akkadian Braille Code (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

As always, thank you for your support, and remember to order, comment, and spread the word.


About classicalbraille

On this blog I will be publishing my progress on my transcriptions of classical Greek and Latin texts into Braille. I will then distribute these books for free so that visually impaired people may enjoy these works for no charge. My first set of transcriptions include a selection of latin poetry including Vergil, Catullus, and Horace. I will also include transcriptions of their corresponding translations, but there will be no glossaries or commentaries at this time as I am embossing everything manually. I hope you will spread the word and follow both my progress and my work. Thanks. View all posts by classicalbraille

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