Variation in the Bugis/Makasarese script

  title={Variation in the Bugis/Makasarese script},
  author={Jacobus Noorduyn},
  journal={Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde},
  • J. Noorduyn
  • Published 1993
  • History
  • Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde
T. S. Raffles, J. Crawfurd, C. H. Thomsen, E. Dulaurier, E. Seelieb, N. Tetterode et B. F. Matthes ont fait connaitre l'ecriture bugis/makasarese (Celebes ou Sulawesi du Sud). L'harmonisation interne de la fonte des caracteres entraina soit le suppression soit la prescription de variantes : prenasalisation, indication de la nasale finale, separation des mots, applanissement des courbes dans l'ecriture cursive, une alternative de et d'autres sons, les caracteres speciaux luwu, le style… 

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