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External Article – The Bon Dongba Hieroglyphic Language of Tibet

May 18, 2015 1 min read

An article about the this unique script with Dongba symbols that are an ancient system of pictographic glyphs created by the founder of the Bön religious tradition of Tibet and used by the Naxi people in southern China

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