Irish writing system, inscribed on wood or stone, developed in about the 4th century AD.
Curtis Clark describes this old Irish alphabet and the plants that correspond to it. He considers its origins in the light of the distribution of those plants, with maps.
Jost Gippert of Frankfurt University aims to provide a new edition of the corpus of ogham inscriptions. Photographs with translations of ogham stones from Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Bibliography.
Research archive of the Equinox Project. It includes a new method of understanding petroglyphs. Sun powered devices that note specific times of the solar year accurately are also a feature.
The Equinox Project reproduces this article by Barry Fell from the Epigraphical Society Occasional Papers vol.22, which includes the ogam alphabets listed in the Book of Ballymote.
Liberty Mill's illustrated guide to this ancient Irish writing system, with a complete table of Ogham characters. Examples of standing stones with Ogham inscriptions. Links.
An essay by Kevin Jones arguing for a derivation from the Greek alphabet.
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