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À propos de Omniglot

Omniglot est un encyclopédie en ligne des systèmes d'écriture et des langues.

Table des matières

Vous trouverez plus de détails sur le plan du site et dans la liste de tous les systèmes d'écriture et des langues figurant dans l'index A-Z

Qui est responsable pour Omniglot?

Omniglot a été créé en 1998 par Simon Ager, qui maintient et développe le site depuis. De nombreuses personnes ont apporté leur contribution, de nouveaux matériels, des corrections et suggestions.

About this site | Omniglot - a potted history | About me | My language learning adventures | My singing adventures | My songs | My tunes | My musical adventures | My juggling adventures

French translation by Eric Vallette d'Osia

About this site | Omniglot - a potted history | About me | My language learning adventures | My singing adventures | My songs | My tunes | My musical adventures | My juggling adventures

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