The Pateq script was invented in 2019 by Jurģis Šuba, drawing inspiration from the Hebrew, Thai, Korean alphabets and the Uniscript project. It is intended to be a simple alphabetic writing system which contains a small set of basic characters and a logical system of diacritics for the derivation of other characters. It retains the basic principles of its precursor - the Keburi script, invented in 2016, but during the following three years the basic shapes were gradualy simplified to their current appearance.
The name 'Pateq' contains the fundamental characters of the script: the vowels a and e and consonants p, t, k (denoted by the letter q to resemble its symmetrical likeness shared with the p-character as in the Latin script).
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