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  • Published on Oct 22, 2018
  • Ogham is an old Irish script made by carving notches into stones. It fell out of use more than a millennium ago - but it's an interesting exception to a linguistics and computer-science rule that I'd never even realised existed. Let's talk about the Ogham Space Mark.
    Thanks to all the team at the British Museum! You can visit their TVclip channel here: tvclip.biz/user/britishmuseum
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  • Tom Scott
    Tom Scott  7 months ago +2125

    An alternate title for this video was "The Space That Isn't A Space", but that's a bit more difficult to translate into Ogham. Thanks again to all the team at the British Museum!

    • Adam A Mandelbrot
      Adam A Mandelbrot Month ago

      +mja00 an "h" in irish is an operation performed on a consonant, not a pronounced letter, in older latin gaelic scripts it was represented as a dot above the letter (in this case above the g) before the "h" was adopted for use in standardised typesetting and placed after the consonant. There is no "h" in Ogham. Even though the Úath letter is sometimes spelt hÚath it represents [j] never h

    • Thunderson4228
      Thunderson4228 2 months ago +1

      ᚛ᚐ ᚄᚚᚐᚉᚓ ᚈᚆᚐᚈ ᚔᚄ ᚅᚑᚈ ᚐ ᚄᚚᚐᚉᚓ᚜ ᚛ᚉᚆᚓᚓᚏᚄ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚑᚋ ᚄᚉᚑᚈᚈ ᚜

    • MisterVideosoEx Minecraft, ROBLOX, & More!
      MisterVideosoEx Minecraft, ROBLOX, & More! 2 months ago

      Tom Scott it’s Ogam

    • Benjamin Philipp
      Benjamin Philipp 6 months ago +1

      The H is for the English romanisation, not included in the Ogham version "Ogam" ;P

    • needforsuv
      needforsuv 6 months ago

      you misspelled ogham, there is no H in the video title

  • Josip Ćurić
    Josip Ćurić 2 days ago

    All I see is rectangles

  • igithΔ μ
    igithΔ μ 4 days ago

    Ahh well thats because us Irish know that space isnt space anyways!!

  • Somer A
    Somer A 7 days ago

    I'm sorry but this beyond my brain's pay grade

  • pugs are awsome
    pugs are awsome 15 days ago +1

    Imagine being surrounded by ancient irishmen and one says "ᚁᚏᚔᚅᚌ ᚆᚔᚋ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚆᚓ ᚑᚏᚁ"

  • Taladar2003
    Taladar2003 19 days ago

    Programmers use visible whitespace all the time. I am sure in typesetting they do similar things.

  • Nipun Bhatnagar
    Nipun Bhatnagar 19 days ago

    Does anyone else see the singing lady on the top left corner of the stone?

  • bannanas lego technic workshop

    The emojis that you used don't appear in android

  • Edward Stow
    Edward Stow 21 day ago

    A space that's not a space. Mind officially blown.

  • Dood71
    Dood71 27 days ago

    Title for android: XXXXXXXXXXX and XXXXXX

  • Eamonn Neeson
    Eamonn Neeson Month ago

    Oh, the irony of a brit talking in fervor and interest of a language his own ancestors helped stamp out of existence. Not to mention our culture, gods, freedoms, right to representation, basically our humanity. And you wonder why we cheer for every team but you in the World Cup :D

  • Zenas Starchild
    Zenas Starchild Month ago

    Thank you for the info ᚛ᚈᚑᚋ ᚄᚉᚑᚈᚈ᚜. The ᚛ᚑᚌᚐᚋ᚜ script is fascinating.

  • kala captain
    kala captain Month ago

    Ogham is also one of three completely original writing systems ever invented...

  • Caitlan Cassidy
    Caitlan Cassidy Month ago +1

    And my fatass though the thumbnail was cake

  • ً
    ً Month ago

    Is this loss

  • Stephen Furr
    Stephen Furr Month ago

    Tom, please more linguistic-themed videos! You have me intrigued by what I didn't even know was a thing... 😁👍✔

  • sniff122
    sniff122 Month ago

    Invalid characters and invalid characters

  • Joe Dellinger
    Joe Dellinger Month ago

    Go to some interesting but little known geology spots! Castile formation near Guadalupe mountain national park in West Texas for example. World’s longest varve!

  • rofljohn23
    rofljohn23 Month ago

    I’m not sure what the word space means anymore

  • Skippy the Magnificent

    ᚛ᚐᚅᚇ ᚈᚆᚐᚈ ᚔᚄ ᚄᚑᚋᚓᚈᚆᚔᚅᚌ ᚔᚑᚒ ᚋᚔᚌᚆᚈ ᚅᚑᚈ ᚆᚐᚃᚓ ᚉᚅᚑᚒᚒᚅ᚜

  • Nachtalp
    Nachtalp Month ago

    Same thing applies in Old Turkic or Orkhon script where a space is represented by " : "

  • Thunderson4228
    Thunderson4228 2 months ago

    ᚛ᚐ ᚄᚚᚐᚉᚓ ᚈᚆᚐᚈ ᚔᚄ ᚅᚑᚈ ᚐ ᚄᚚᚐᚉᚓ ᚜᚛ᚉᚆᚓᚓᚏᚄ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚑᚋ ᚄᚉᚑᚈᚈ ᚜

  • scorpioninpink
    scorpioninpink 2 months ago

    Give it back to Ireland! The British museum is full of looted treasures!

  • Nathaniel Wu
    Nathaniel Wu 2 months ago

    Box box box box box box and box box box box box

  • Christopher Dibbs
    Christopher Dibbs 2 months ago

    That's an interesting title you have there. It's all boxes with an "X" in.

  • steve Jones
    steve Jones 2 months ago

    I suspect the the author Terry Pratchett was aware of the Ogham script and wove an oblique reference into his discworld novels.

  • MisterVideosoEx Minecraft, ROBLOX, & More!

    Translation:
    *Tom Scott* and *Ogam*

  • Robert FancyPants Motorcycle Mcgee

    All content you produce is gold.

  • bakasheru
    bakasheru 5 months ago

    ᚛ᚅᚑᚂᚂᚐᚔᚌ ᚄᚆᚑᚅᚐ᚜

  • Hacked by Tachanka
    Hacked by Tachanka 5 months ago

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  • 20quid
    20quid 5 months ago +1

    I wonder if Ogham is the only language that is written in 3D as a feature, since it is typically written around a corner.

  • Berry-Momma
    Berry-Momma 5 months ago

    I really thought that the title is just a glitch but no I was wrong

  • jaketzou
    jaketzou 6 months ago

    ᚛ᚅᚔᚉᚓ᚜

  • ugh
    ugh 6 months ago

    And some characters that take up space but are invisible are not spaces - like the Braille dot pattern with no raised dots!

  • jan harald
    jan harald 6 months ago

    humm, that space is weird...not in the technical sense...
    just it has SLIIIGHT spaces next to it in some cases, like, literally 1 px...and stuff

  • Ms. Everything
    Ms. Everything 6 months ago

    Same

  • Bob England
    Bob England 6 months ago

    Unicode is the problem it should be in 2 dimensions rather than 1

  • Dracarmen Winterspring
    Dracarmen Winterspring 6 months ago +1

    Sounds like how underlined text in formatted text includes lines under the spaces between words in the section it underlines. Except encoded into the unformatted form of text.

  • robert shellfoon
    robert shellfoon 6 months ago

    Keep it up buddy as long as Ogham doesn't lie like poli... fucken... titions.

  • Mechafinch Personal
    Mechafinch Personal 6 months ago +1

    The title text reminds me of Artifexian

  • Free
    Free 6 months ago +1

    Headache

  • Jeff Hearn
    Jeff Hearn 6 months ago

    Thought the picture was a close up of a kebab, maybe I’m too hungry.

  • Mike O'Barr
    Mike O'Barr 6 months ago

    Your quest for obscure and trivial trivia has uncovered so many gems such as this rule on spaces. Thank you Mr Scott.

  • ユーネポ / Yuunepo
    ユーネポ / Yuunepo 6 months ago

    imagine if Irish was still written like that

  • Laure D.
    Laure D. 6 months ago

    I remember seeing one like this in Cork's University in Ireland :)

  • dank memes
    dank memes 6 months ago

    what about l li ll l_

  • GOGOgomes
    GOGOgomes 6 months ago

    For those who dind't understand the title is "space" and "space".

  • Nicolino Will
    Nicolino Will 6 months ago

    A space is a space. You can't say it's not.

  • TechJockeyHD
    TechJockeyHD 6 months ago

    ONE TAKE KING IS BACK AGAIN!

  • Jayden Lawson
    Jayden Lawson 6 months ago

    I was just searching Google for ᚛ᚈᚑᚋ ᚄᚉᚑᚈᚈ᚜ and found your video

  • Sam Robinson
    Sam Robinson 6 months ago

    Is ThIs LoSs

  • Umberto Fournier
    Umberto Fournier 6 months ago

    Fascinating

  • Mexie Mex
    Mexie Mex 6 months ago

    From the video thumbnail, I thought Tom was in a kebab shop ;^/

  • The Commenter
    The Commenter 6 months ago

    pornography and sperms

  • Xenozam
    Xenozam 6 months ago

    I thought the title was a reference to Artifexian...

  • Joe Siu
    Joe Siu 6 months ago

    now i can read the title

  • Sir Serendipity
    Sir Serendipity 6 months ago

    I made my own alphabet using a line like that once.... weird

  • mekkanizer
    mekkanizer 7 months ago

    Fascinating stuff, Tom

  • Nighthawk
    Nighthawk 7 months ago

    it's not "a space that is not a space", it is "a word separation symbol"
    OUR symbol, just happens to be blank.

  • Ice Karma
    Ice Karma 7 months ago

    The "Paraŀlel" Station thing is a bit different. The Catalan language differentiates "ll", which is pronounced like English "ly", from "ŀl", which is two plain L sounds in a row, a _geminated_ sound. like doubled letters in Italian, or in some pronunciations of the Ks in English "bookkeeper" (and also the Bs in "subbookkeeper" ;3 ).

  • StarkRG
    StarkRG 7 months ago

    When is a space not a space? When it's ajar.
    No, wait...

    • Bernard S
      Bernard S Month ago

      ajar? when my door is not completely closed

  • Frank Harr
    Frank Harr 7 months ago

    I think they made the most reasonable possible decision.

  • Martin Gardner
    Martin Gardner 7 months ago

    I mean, kinda. This is more about the modern transcription than the original Irish.

  • Matchrocket
    Matchrocket 7 months ago

    I tried, Google Translate didn't know what to do with it.

  • War Ninja
    War Ninja 7 months ago

    Sometimes the title works. Sometimes it doesn't.

  • SuicideBunny6
    SuicideBunny6 7 months ago +1

    I'm too lazy to look up what the Ogham alphabet is like so ... What does the title say??

    • mnikhk
      mnikhk 6 months ago +1

      SuicideBunny6 Tom Ogham(name of the ancient language/people)

  • Nooby Noob
    Nooby Noob 7 months ago

    looks like it says;
    FANONI MAQUIRINI

  • AntonioKowatsch
    AntonioKowatsch 7 months ago +3

    I feel like a mega-nerd because I already knew everything about Ogham.
    I learned about it when I was in 8th grade. Ever since I read The Hobbit I became obsessed with ancient languages and writing systems. I am also affiliated with one of the oldest Irish clans. So far I mastered cuneiform, all the runic alphabets (even fictional ones like Tolkien's dwarf runes), Ogham, and Ge'ez.

    • Constant Chaos
      Constant Chaos 7 months ago

      +AntonioKowatsch eh, not really, the language Center of my brain is a bit wierd so actually speaking any one language us hard for me, I ki da get them mixed up (even my English and Russian or whatever) I pushed myself too hard and dammages it (I was prideful and tried for like16 at one point and Vietnamese really messed me up)

    • AntonioKowatsch
      AntonioKowatsch 7 months ago

      Wow, that's really impressive.

    • Constant Chaos
      Constant Chaos 7 months ago +1

      I speak Irish and Welsh and can read Ogham and the elder futhark so same (I am also half decent with the various arcane and angelic scripts like enochian and passing the river)

  • JohnnyDaPrankstaGangsta

    Why is this green screened edited with images of the stone and alternate views that are also images of the stone.

  • 12Me21
    12Me21 7 months ago

    So they can add new type of space to support a language that hasn't been used in thousands of years, and yet there still isn't a way to get good looking underlines...

  • Wouter Cloetens
    Wouter Cloetens 7 months ago

    Not empty space; the final frontier.
    These are the voyages of the space characters in Unicode.
    Its multi-byte mission: to explore strange languages.
    To seek out new diacritical marks and new emojis.
    To boldly and italically grow to where no code table has grown before!

    • AlphaCore
      AlphaCore 6 months ago

      Applause to you, good sir!

  • Shit, I Missed.
    Shit, I Missed. 7 months ago

    Isn't the line just a marker to define the position of the corner? The line itself isn't part of the language. I̲n̲ ̲E̲n̲g̲l̲i̲s̲h̲,̲ ̲i̲f̲ ̲y̲o̲u̲ ̲h̲a̲v̲e̲ ̲a̲ ̲s̲e̲n̲t̲e̲n̲c̲e̲ ̲t̲h̲a̲t̲ ̲i̲s̲ ̲u̲n̲d̲e̲r̲l̲i̲n̲e̲d̲,̲ ̲t̲h̲e̲ ̲s̲p̲a̲c̲e̲s̲ ̲h̲a̲v̲e̲ ̲a̲ ̲l̲i̲n̲e̲,̲ ̲n̲o̲?

  • reggy .bo
    reggy .bo 7 months ago

    But surely the space isn't a space with a line through it but a terminating hyphen right?

  • Janell Williams
    Janell Williams 7 months ago

    Well, I guess the Oggs HAVE been in this part of Lancre for a long time...

  • Ben Hood
    Ben Hood 7 months ago

    I still � Unicode!

  • xzonia1
    xzonia1 7 months ago

    This was something I did not know! :)

  • Ricky Johnson
    Ricky Johnson 7 months ago

    This video feels like a miscalculation. You made mundane observation about an otherwise interesting topic. Do you think I won't stick around for longer than 4 minutes? Have some faith that the material you're presenting is actually interesting.

  • Jock McBile
    Jock McBile 7 months ago

    Tom, do you have Benjamin Button disease, or what?

  • mart9125
    mart9125 7 months ago

    Tom Scott and.. Ogam?

  • Sean Vosler
    Sean Vosler 7 months ago

    ᚌᚐᚈᚈᚐᚌᚂᚐᚅ

  • 0MindSwept0
    0MindSwept0 7 months ago

    What does the title actually say tho? o.0

  • ccityplanner12 :
    ccityplanner12 : 7 months ago +1

    Tom Scott and Ogham

  • MultiPaulinator
    MultiPaulinator 7 months ago

    I'm kinda surprised Android supported those code points.

  • iCQ.www-SPCL-tk
    iCQ.www-SPCL-tk 7 months ago

    *hellooo everybody* 😀😊😎😚😍😙🤗🤩😘😅 _another great_ video, thanks!

  • JackhammerJesus
    JackhammerJesus 7 months ago

    "A space does not have to be a space!"
    This is especially interesting when you compare it to buddhist concepts of "space" and "emptiness". A space, the way we use it, IS something- it is a break, it creates order in the letters.
    In Zen buddhism Mu describes the empty space, which is itself NOT part of the text, but the foundation (the empty paper) on which text can happen.
    So it makes a huge difference if you have a text that is silent or if you just don't have any text. It was so important that people even used to write "This space was left empty on purpose" in books.
    tldr; I want the interpunct back.

  • Mikibish
    Mikibish 7 months ago

    Nice. Recently I've been looking into Galifreyan writing for a bit of fun, no official language but there is a fan made one. After watching this I feel like they may have borrowed from Ogham, it seems quite similar but using circles instead of lines.

  • 47997137x
    47997137x 7 months ago

    I don't understand why you stopped ending these videos with "...and that's something you might not have known." I loved that tagline.

  • Generic Internetter
    Generic Internetter 7 months ago

    So this whole video is just about an obscure language that uses a line for a space character. Okay, thanks.

  • Father Kritzmas
    Father Kritzmas 7 months ago

    i didnt understand any of this but i enjoyed it anyway thanks

  • Mihai Lazar
    Mihai Lazar 7 months ago

    Feynman diagrams ?

  • Reed Hedges
    Reed Hedges 7 months ago

    Anyone have a link to a video or article that explains Ogham?

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    ᚐᚅ ᚈᚖᚂᚅᚐᚊ
    ᚔᚄ ᚉᚔᚅᚆ ᚂᚗᚋ ᚋ ᚐ ᚓᚆ ᚐᚏ ᚏᚑᚐᚊ ᚋᚑ ᚆᚐᚏ ᚉᚓᚆᚏᚓ ᚁᚂᚔᚐᚅᚐ ᚐ ᚄ ᚄᚒᚂᚐᚏ ᚁᚐᚅᚕᚎ ᚇᚓ ᚎᚂ ᚋ ᚔᚄ ᚋ ᚇᚏᚇᚐᚏ ᚐᚅ ᚊᚏᚄᚉᚅ ᚇᚓᚏᚕᚎ ᚐᚅ ᚂᚆ ᚄᚔᚅ  ᚐᚅ ᚏᚄᚅ ᚐᚏ ᚃᚌᚐᚎ ᚊᚑ ᚃᚐᚇᚐ ᚐᚏ ᚅᚐ ᚉᚊᚐ ᚋ ᚄ ᚔ ᚋᚑ ᚃᚕᚈᚐ ᚔᚅᚐ ᚆᚕᚈᚐ ᚄᚔᚅ ᚉᚕᚆᚏᚐᚏ ᚇᚓᚏᚃᚏ ᚐᚌᚐᚋ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚌᚐᚊ ᚇᚅᚓ ᚐᚉᚒ ᚐᚌ ᚉᚒᚏ ᚐ ᚎᚑᚁᚂᚐᚎᚆ ᚃᚅᚆ ᚔ ᚋᚑ ᚂ ᚄ ᚋᚐᚏ ᚐ ᚕᚎ ᚌᚕᚉᚐᚊ ᚅᚆ ᚐᚉᚒ ᚋᚏᚓ ᚎᚅᚐᚆ ᚉᚈᚆ ᚎᚅᚐᚆ ᚓᚂᚅᚆ ᚎᚅᚐᚆ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚅᚏᚐ ᚎᚅᚐᚆ ᚚᚇᚏᚐᚌᚆ ᚎᚅᚐᚆ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚈᚑᚋᚄ ᚎᚅᚐᚆ ᚄᚔᚅ ᚔᚐᚇ ᚐᚅ ᚈᚂ ᚐ  ᚐᚌᚐᚆ ᚐ ᚇᚐᚏ ᚄᚗ ᚐᚏ ᚃᚐᚇ ᚋᚏ ᚂᚓ ᚂᚔᚆ ᚋᚔᚄᚓ ᚐ ᚓᚆ ᚔ ᚋᚑ ᚁ ᚄᚐ ᚈᚄᚂ ᚔᚄ ᚅᚏ ᚗᚅᚈᚐᚄ ᚇᚑᚋ ᚐ ᚓᚆᚔ ᚋᚑ ᚃᚕᚈᚐ ᚕᚈᚐᚏᚆᚒ ᚅ ᚏᚐᚆ ᚋᚏᚆᚂᚆ ᚊᚌᚓ ᚂᚗᚋ ᚄᚐᚅ ᚐᚋ ᚐᚏ ᚒᚐᚂᚕᚄ ᚊᚒᚉᚒ ᚃᚕᚏ ᚅ ᚏᚐᚆ ᚐᚏᚇ ᚐ ᚁᚕ ᚋᚐᚆᚐᚏᚆ ᚈᚕ ᚈᚌᚐᚏᚆᚐ  ᚋᚑ ᚆᚐᚏᚆ ᚔᚅ ᚐᚏᚇᚓ ᚚᚂᚅᚆ ᚌᚑ ᚏᚁᚐᚊ  ᚄᚉᚐᚃᚅᚈᚐ ᚂᚃᚐᚏ ᚃᚗᚎᚂᚌᚕᚂ ᚐᚊ ᚂᚓ ᚂᚔᚆ ᚋᚔᚄᚓ ᚐ ᚓᚆ ᚐᚏ ᚐ ᚁᚏᚑᚐᚊ ᚐᚉᚔ ᚅ ᚏᚐᚆ ᚐᚅ ᚄᚉᚐᚐᚏᚇ ᚐᚏ ᚐᚅ ᚋᚐᚓ ᚉᚊᚓ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚏᚒᚇ ᚓᚂᚓ ᚋ ᚃᚅᚆ ᚔ ᚋᚑ ᚎᚐᚐᚅᚆ ᚄᚕᚅ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚇᚕᚉᚐᚏᚆ ᚐ ᚆᚌᚐᚅᚈᚆ ᚈᚐᚏ ᚄᚆ ᚐᚅ ᚈᚄᚐᚑᚂᚆ  ᚄᚗᚈᚐᚂᚐᚊᚐ ᚁᚏᚆᚐ ᚐᚌ ᚐᚅ ᚏᚌᚐᚏᚓ ᚁᚄᚆ  ᚋᚏᚓᚆ ᚂᚓᚄᚆ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ  ᚐᚌ ᚈᚐᚐᚏᚈᚆ ᚇᚓᚏᚔᚎᚆ ᚇᚑᚋᚄᚐ ᚔᚄ ᚇᚊᚐ ᚌᚒᚏᚁ ᚐᚂᚐᚎᚆ ᚅᚏ  ᚂᚓᚄᚆ ᚋ ᚐ ᚐᚄᚈᚏ ᚄ ᚐᚌ ᚇᚒᚂ ᚔ ᚌᚏᚒᚐᚊᚈ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚐᚌ ᚔᚋᚕᚊᚈ ᚇᚑᚋ ᚃᚅᚆ ᚃᚐᚇᚆ ᚁᚐ ᚐᚆ ᚂᚗᚋ ᚇᚒᚂ ᚐᚊ ᚎ ᚃᚐᚏᚓ ᚐᚋᚒᚎᚆ ᚑᚏᚋ ᚄᚒᚂᚐ ᚏᚐᚎᚐᚆ ᚐᚏ ᚏᚒᚐᚊ ᚅᚐ ᚋᚐᚏᚐ ᚉᚈᚐ ᚇᚓ ᚎᚂᚐᚄ ᚅᚐ ᚉᚐᚑᚏᚐᚊ ᚑᚏᚋ ᚉᚐᚚᚅᚆ ᚉᚅᚗᚈᚂᚈᚐ ᚉᚔᚅᚂ ᚐᚌᚐᚋ  ᚂᚆ ᚒ ᚉᚔᚏᚉᚓ ᚁᚂᚏᚓ ᚔᚋᚓ ᚁᚂᚏᚓ ᚄᚉᚆ ᚁᚐᚏᚅᚕᚊ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚋᚗᚍᚅᚆ ᚁᚂᚏᚓ ᚇᚓ ᚌᚐᚊ ᚅ  ᚐᚐᚌᚓ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ  ᚆᚐᚂᚐ ᚈᚔᚎᚆ ᚁᚕᚌ ᚉᚐᚑᚂ ᚐᚏ ᚐᚏᚕᚋᚐᚏ ᚐ ᚂᚒᚐᚊᚐᚏᚆ ᚅ ᚌᚅᚑᚉ ᚐᚏᚆ ᚔᚄ ᚋᚔᚅᚔᚉᚆ ᚐ  ᚅᚕᚇ ᚉᚔᚏᚉᚓ ᚔᚅ ᚐᚏᚇᚓ ᚔᚅᚐ ᚎᚏᚑᚋ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚇᚑᚄᚙᚅ ᚒ ᚔᚅᚈᚔ  ᚂᚕᚁᚐ ᚆᚑᚉᚐᚏᚆ ᚄᚐ ᚊᚓ ᚐ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚎ ᚂᚕᚁᚐ ᚔ ᚇᚅᚆ ᚐᚅ ᚈ ᚎ ᚎ  ᚐ ᚎ ᚋᚒᚉ ᚅᚐ ᚉᚕᚏᚉᚐ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚐ ᚉᚇ ᚒ ᚔᚄᚈᚔᚎᚆ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚐᚄᚐᚂ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚐᚅ ᚋᚇᚆ ᚄᚗ ᚐᚌᚐᚆ ᚃᚅᚆ  ᚉᚂ ᚐᚅ ᚈ ᚂᚓ ᚋᚅᚈᚔᚏ ᚔᚄ  ᚄᚔᚅᚆ  ᚐ ᚎᚑᚏᚐᚄ  ᚆᚒᚐᚎᚆ ᚐᚌᚒᚄ ᚇᚑᚏᚐᚄ ᚅᚐ ᚉᚑᚇᚐ ᚓᚂᚓ ᚌᚑ ᚂᚏᚆ  ᚎᚕᚄ

  • Josh Gosh
    Josh Gosh 7 months ago

    -at least spaces are always empty in english-

  • TimGaming88
    TimGaming88 7 months ago

    Crossed out boxes and more crossed boxes is what the title is for me

  • sion8
    sion8 7 months ago

    I was able to see the writing on my Xbox ONE, but not on the app on my Android tablet.😅

  • azgarogly
    azgarogly 7 months ago +1

    The very idea that divider between words has inevitably to be a blank are on a page seems to be weird to me. It can be anything, like special character or random ornament or whatever.
    Furthermore, that line in the script mentioned looks more like a carrier line, not part of a symbols. Like five lines of a musical notation are. Would you break the musical staff to denote rests?

  • Greg Smith
    Greg Smith 7 months ago

    I saw this script on time team years ago and couldn't for the life of me remember what it was called! Thank you so much!

  • Mentalink
    Mentalink 7 months ago

    One take! ;)

  • Qiancheng Fu
    Qiancheng Fu 7 months ago

    I thought Tom was standing next to a big slab of brownies in the thumbnail

  • cros107
    cros107 7 months ago

    >There's been some argument about it in one of the mailing lists for linguists and computer science nerd
    >mailing list
    >2018