Tool for writing in Atlantean, a fictional language composed of symbols created for the Disney movie: Atlantis, the lost empire by Mark Okrand.
Atlantean Language - dCode
Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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The Atlantic alphabet is actually an simili-substitution of the Latin alphabet. Each letter of the alphabet corresponds to an Atlantean symbol.
That the language is adapted to an Anglosaxon public, 3 other characters have been introduced for CH, SH and TH (current sounds in English).
The numbers are also transcribed with points and bars.
The transcription of Atlantean words in the Latin alphabet is done by substituting the Atlantics characters with the corresponding letters / digits.
Atlantean language and symbols are from Proto-Indo-European inspiration. The symbols are rounded and resemble native American or Sumerian characters.
All references to the Disney film or to Jules Verne (and his Atlantis) are clues.
The language is anglosaxon consonant, here is the pronunciation (in phonetic alphabet) to use:
The Atlantean language is named Dig Adlantisag in Atlantean.
Atlantean was created for the movie Atlantis between 1996 and 2001.
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Atlantean Language on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2022-09-29,