Language identification

Reply Mon 10 Apr, 2023 12:44 pm
Hello all,

We have recently been clearing the house of relative of ours that sadly passed away and I have come across an embossed sheaf of papers with a text in a language I do not recognise. I've tried to identify it uses the usual suspects (e.g. Google) but to no avail. The closest language I can find is Hebrew but it's not exact. This relative of mine was a classics language teacher specialising in ancient Greek and Latin so there's a possibility it's a Greek text but I may be clutching a straws.

I have scanned a section of it hoping to be able to show it here but I can't see a way of attaching a JPEG to this post. Does anybody know if and how it can be done please?

Many thanks in advance for any assistance provided.

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Reply Mon 10 Apr, 2023 02:07 pm

For all those who may be interested I have just discovered what this text is. It a form of Braille call Moon Braille, hence the embossed nature of the script.

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Reply Mon 17 Apr, 2023 11:20 am
Never knew about 'Moon Braille'. now I'm going to have look it up!

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