Sunday, September 24, 2017

The Eastern Aramaic Font | The Imperial Writing System

A New Achievement by the Historian & Visual Artist
Amer Hanna Fatuhi

The Eastern Aramaic Font | The Imperial Writing System 

09/24/2017 ̶ Source: UR Magazine, USA

After years of hard work and research, the scholar and visual artist Amer Hanna Fatuhi succeeded in building the writing digital unit (Electronic System) in 2013 of what is known as the Eastern Aramaic Writing System or the Imperial Writing System, which was used in ancient Mesopotamian and its extended boarders along the upper Euphrates’ cities of Amed, Urhoy/Urfa, and Qarqemish.

The historian scholar Amer Hanna Fatuhi’s research proved the authenticity of our writing system (the Eastern Chaldean / Maḏnḥāyā) that Paules Bar A’raqa of Urhoy derived the modern Esterangeli Font, which is also known as the (Heavey) during late second century or the begging of the 3rd century AD. The research also proved the unity of the language, the writing system, and the Chaldean-Babylonian history with our brothers in ethnicity, the peaceful members of the Sabean Mandaean Sect.

It is hoped that the artist and the brilliant multimedia engineer John Romi, who is known for his abstract-expressionism style in his artworks that promote the Mandaic Font, to work hand in hand with the artist, poet, and historian Amer Hanna Fatuhi to develop and program this font electronically as an App. This App will be compatible with the latest communication technology, and would help the interested people to install it into all modern digital devices, including the Smartphone.

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