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If you would like to use the material for personal, educational or non-commercial purposes you're welcome to do so. Don't forget to mention where it came from.

I suggest something along the lines of the following as way to cite Omniglot in your formal papers, assignments or essays:

Ager, Simon. "Omniglot - writing systems and languages of the world".
2011-02-30. www.omniglot.com

Omniglot was first published on the web in November 1998, and was last updated on 1st September 2014.

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Unless otherwise indicated, all text and images on Omniglot are my own creations. The only exceptions are the images of writing systems invented by visitors



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