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Franaderoan/Saconian    Franaderoan (Fragassanhjron)

The Franaderoan or Saconian alphabet is the creation of Alain Lemaire. He started developing it in 1991, when he had an great interest in the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets, upon which the alphabet is based. In 1995 Alain started to work on a language to go with his alphabet, soon abandonded his alphabet and decided to write his language with the Latin alphabet. Recently he started using his alphabet again.

Internal history

The oldest form of the the Franaderoan alphabet was invented some 2,500 years ago. It is still in use today, although only in religious texts. The Latin alphabet was introduced during the Saconian Empire (today's western part of Franadero) in the first half of the 17th century, probably by the Dutch. The 'Saconian' alphabet was invented in the second half of the 17th century.

Franaderoan/Saconian alphabet

Franaderoan Alphabet


The letter after h is used to represent a variety of sounds. Futher details about this and about Franaderoan/Saconian (Word doc, 50K)

Sample text in the Franaderoan/Saconian alphabet

Sample text in Franaderoan

Latin Franaderoan version

Onnaen Mathris Univerzali Degarashon:
Shellenteggaloen aroend onnaen gynndoenna yil fergis mathrisil endatraloenna. Shilnaddraloe senaendh tahjin ensoidonil yil shelenaddeshroe valdoragoenna senaen.


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Download a Franaderoan font (TrueType, 16K)

If you have any questions about this alphabet, you can contact Alain Lemaire at alargule@yahoo.com.

Details of the Old Franaderoan alphabet

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