Photo Credit: photo: R. Lee
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Sixty-One Initials16th century
Anton Woensam, aka Anton Woensam von Worms, German, (before 1500–1541)
- alphabet - LCSH Link
- alphabets - Use for sets of characters or symbols with which a language is written, but not including a set of conventions for their use. Distinct from "scripts (writing)" which are sets of written marks together with a particular set of conventions for their use. [April 1998 related term added, "scripts (writing)"; scope note changed. April 1995 descriptor added.]
- letters (signs) - Use for conventional symbols, usually written or printed, representing alone or in combination simple or complex speech sounds and constituting the units of an alphabet. W [August 1995 related term added.]
- typography - Use for various processes of dealing with type and typefaces, including setting type, designing typefaces, and designing layouts of printed characters. [February 1993 descriptor added.]
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