Jun Ikeda, “Early Japanese and Early Akkadian Writing Systems”, 2007 was the topic of an earlier blog post.
Here I present: Isamu Sugi 杉 勇, Cuneiform Introduction 楔形文字入門, 1968 which is book in the Japanese language.
The “table of contents” of the book is shown BELOW.
Here I presented: Isamu Sugi 杉 勇, Cuneiform Introduction 楔形文字入門, 1968 which is a book in the Japanese language.
This book contains 218 pages divided into three sections. It is a book on “cuneiform”and in Japanese written楔形文字 “Kusabigata Moji”.
This is book on the cuneiform script; and, not on the Sumerian language of Mesopotamia’. However, after reading this book simple phrases such those listed BELOW are understandable by readers.
Two (#2) logograms.
Three (#3) logograms.
𒁄 𒂊 𒅁
7 7 8
Turn them away!
Four (#4) logograms.
𒅎 𒈪 𒅔 𒃻
8 9 13 4
He set-up it there (in)
This blog post I picked a book on cuneiform writing. The purpose was to show that in all languages today, one can find books to start the study of cuneiform writing.
As the very first writing system, most people find this study of cuneiform valuable.