A calligraphy, scribe or linguist or writing system is the art or means of recording and writing ideas using signs that are familiar to the eye and visible. Jahez says: Calligraphy, hand language, is the guardian of thoughts and works. In fact, human beings have entered the world of calligraphy and writing since they wanted to play what they think. From:
Georgian: Georgian (including Asometavoli, Noskhouri and Makhdroli)
Kana (Japanese): 仮 名 (including Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana)
Hangul (Korea): 한글
Brahma (Hindi): हिन्दी
Geez (Ethiopian): ግዕዝ
To write line types
From left to right: Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Georgian, Armenian and Ethiopian, as well as Egyptian, Sanskrit and Slavic
From right to left: Arabic, Hebrew, Chaldean, Assyrian
Top to bottom: Chinese and Japanese lines from top to bottom and letters from right to left
Bottom line: Mexicilazem recalls that the oldest writings were usually written from "right to left" and then from "left to right". Even at the beginning of some kind of groove method was common. In ancient Greece, it was a type of writing that was first written from right to left, and when it reached the end of the line, it was written from left to right, and so on until the end.
In ancient times, there was a series and symbols that helped to preserve memories and things that should be preserved, such as: small old German calligraphy or knotted strings of Peruvian people from the Incas or Iroquois oyster necklaces called vampons and finally wood. Australians.
Pictogram is the second stage of the basic steps of calligraphy. In this stage, to express an idea, they drew its face, for example, to write an animal, they drew its shape.
Perhaps the need to preserve memories and record thoughts was the first impetus for the emergence of calligraphy among primitive tribes. Because the first man, in order to preserve things that he wanted to stay for many years, first drew their shape and form and drew real images for written communication, and from this imagery, the pictorial line began.
The large number of images and the impossibility of role-playing emotional issues were the shortcomings of this writing method.
The method of illustration initially used to draw the faces of objects, but later the images gradually became simpler and more symbolic, and for concepts.