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|Ethnologue entry for Istro Romanian - Ethnologue||web page|
|Glottolog entry for Istro Romanian - Glottolog/Langdoc||web page|
|ISO 639-3 page for Istro Romanian - ISO 639-3||web page|
|MultiTree entry for Istro Romanian - MultiTree: A Digital Library of Language Relationships||web page|
|OLAC resources for Istro Romanian - Open Language Archives Community||web page|
|The Alphabets of Europe - Evertype||web page|
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The Alphabets of Europe provides a source of linguistic data for the indigenous languages of Europe. The main function of these pages is to present a catalogue of European alphabets. The characters used to write each of the languages of Europe (as far as it has been possible to find information on them), are included here. Some of Europe’s languages (particularly in the Caucasus) still have no tradition of writing, though other information on such languages is provided here when it is available. Likewise, some languages have used, or continue to use, one or more than one writing system, which may also be reflected here. Scroll through the list of available languages and click on a name to retrieve a PDF file with data for that language.
|Link||Evertype: The Alphabets of Europe|