Akkadian Cuneiform Writing

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This App aims at scholars, students as well as any body interested in Cuneiform writing. The signs used are Cuneiform Unicode standard.

At the time being, the App can provide:

a) Syllabic writing using the Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform. An operating instruction with examples for this is integrated in the module (?). Akkadian writing can also be used for the dialects Babylonian and Assyrian. This module also contains an Arabic keyboard as an alternative. Content can be copied to the clipboard und used in any other application.

b) help to find out the corresponding name of a cuneiform sign thru specifying some simple widgets. You see an unknown cuneiform; no problem at all! Just count e.g some of the numbers of ash, dish etc., you could get suggestions of the name/meaning of the sign immediately. An operating instruction with examples for this is integrated in the module (?).

c) The whole Cuneiform list can be searched, viewed and used to write any Cuneiform in general (Sumerian, Akkadian, etc.). Content can be copied to the clipboard und used in any other application.

You see an unknown cuneiform; no problem at all! Just count e.g some of the numbers of ash, dish etc., you could get suggestions of the name/meaning of the sign immediately.

Away from all speculations, the Sumero-Akkadian culture is the Heritage of the people of todays Iraq and Arabian including the Levant and the Arabian peninsula, the homeland of the Akkadian.

Even before the first millennium, the Arabs lived in Mesopotamian and the Syrian Jazeera. From the 8th century BC, the Assyrians and Babylonians recorded Arabs living (every where) in eastern Mesopotamia between the Tigris and Iran, settled in large numbers in Babylonia, in the Syrian Jazira, on the slopes Of the Anti-Lebanon mountains, in north and north-west Arabia, and in Sinai.

Akkadian is a Peninsulan language (Related to the mother tongue of the Arabian Peninsula; similar to Arabic, Aramaic and Hebrew etc.); as the word semitic is misleading, wrong in origin and is misused politically. There is neither a Semitic language nor people descended from the so called Shem, a fictional son of a virtual Noah adopted in plagiarism from Sumerian-Akkadian Religion known since about BCE 4000.
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Additional Information

Updated
July 18, 2019
Size
30M
Installs
1,000+
Current Version
1.0.7
Requires Android
5.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
YASS
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