Irish Alphabet

Manuscript Ogham lettters17
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  1. Stuart, John. Sculptured Stones of Scotland. [Volume 1], Aberdeen, The Spalding Club, 1856, archive.org.
  2. Pettigrew, T. J. “On Ogham Inscriptions.” Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volume 17, 1861, pp. 293–310, doi.org.
  3. Brash, Richard Rolt. The Ogam Inscribed Monuments of the Gaedhil in the British Islands. Edited by George M. Atkinson, London, George Bell and Sons, 1879, hathitrust.org.
    1. “[Review].” December 1879, doi.org.
  4. Ferguson, Samuel. Ogham Inscriptions in Ireland, Wales, and Scotland. Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1887, hathitrust.org, openlibrary.org.
  5. Langdon, Arthur G.; Allen, J. Romilly. “Catalogue of the Early Christian Inscribed Monuments in Cornwall.” Archaeologia Cambrensis, Vol. XII [12], Fifth Series, London, 1895, pp. 50–60, archive.org.
  6. Macalister, R. A. Stewart. Studies in Irish Epigraphy, A Collection of Revised Readings of the Ancient Inscriptions of Ireland, With Introduction and Notes. London, David Nutt, hathitrust.org.
    1. Part I [1], Containing the Ogham Inscriptions of the Barony of Corkaguiney, and the Counties of Mayo, Wicklow, and Kildare. 1897.
      1. P. S. “[Review].” March 1889, jstor.org.
    2. Part II [2], Containing the Ogham Inscriptions of the Counties of Kerry (Not Included in Part I), Limerick, Cavan, and King's Co.; as well as the Ogham Inscriptions of the Irish Type in Scotland and the Isle of Man. 1902.
      1. Rhys, J. “[Review].” March 1903, jstor.org.
    3. Part III [3], Containing the Ogham Inscriptions of the Counties of Cork, Tipperary and Waterford. 1907.
  7. Allen, J. Romilly. The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland. An Introduction, Being the Rhind Lectures for 1892 by Joseph Anderson, Edinburgh, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Neill & Co., Limited, 1903, archive.org, archive.org.
    1. Graham, R. C. “[Review].” October 1903, jstor.org.
    2. Mac Lean, Douglas. “[Review].” January 1995, doi.org.
  8. Calder, George. Auraicept na n-Éces: The Scholars' Primer. Edinburgh, John Grant, 1917, hathitrust.org, openlibrary.org.
  9. Meroney, Howard. “Early Irish Letter-Names.” Speculum, Volume 24, Number 1, January 1949, pp. 19–43, doi.org.
  10. Nash-Williams, V. E. The Early Christian Monuments of Wales. Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1950, openlibrary.org.
    1. C.A.R.R. “[Review].” December 1950, doi.org.
    2. Henry, Françoise. “[Review].” April 1952, doi.org.
  11. Carney, James. “The Invention of the Ogom Cipher.” Ériu, Volume 26, 1975, pp. 53–65, jstor.org.
  12. McManus, Damian. “Ogam: Archaizing, Orthography and the Authenticity of the Manuscript Key to the Alphabet.” Ériu, Volume 37, 1986, pp. 1–31, jstor.org.
  13. McManus, Damian. “Irish Letter-names and Their Kennings.” Ériu, Volume 39, 1988, pp. 127–168, jstor.org.
  14. McManus, Damian. A Guide to Ogam. Maynooth Monographs 4, An Sagart, Maynooth, 1991, openlibrary.org.
  15. Sims-Williams, Patrick. “Some Problems in Deciphering the Early Irish Ogam Alphabet.” Transactions of the Philological Society, Volume 91, Issue 2, 1993, pp. 133–180, doi.org.
  16. Okasha, Elisabeth. Corpus of Early Christian Inscribed Stones of South-west Britain. Leicester University Press, 1993, openlibrary.org.
    1. O’Brien, E. “[Review].” 1995, doi.org.
    2. Stanley, E. G. “[Review].” March 1995, doi.org.
  17. McManus, Damian. “Ogham.” The World’s Writing Systems, Edited by Peter T. Daniels and William Bright, Oxford University Press, 1996, pp. 340–345, openlibrary.org.
  18. Forsyth, Katherine Stuart. The Ogham Inscriptions of Scotland: An Edited Corpus. Thesis, Harvard University, 1996.
  19. Fulford, Michael; Handley Mark; Clarke, Amanda. “An Early Date For Ogham: The Silchester Ogham Stone Rehabilitated.” Medieval Archaeology, Volume 44, 2000, pp. 1–23, doi.org.
  20. McManus, Damian. The Ogam Stones at University College Cork. Cork University Press, 2004, openlibrary.org.
    1. Manning, Conleth. “[Review].” 2005, jstor.org.
  21. Mclaughlin, Roisin. “Fénius Farsaid and the Alphabets.” Ériu, Volume 59, 2009, pp. 1–24, researchgate.net, doi.org.
  22. Poppe, Erich. “Writing systems and cultural identity: ogam in medieval and early modern Ireland.” Language & History, Volume 61, Numbers 1–2, 2018, pp. 23–38, doi.org.
  23. Stifter, David. “Insular Celtic: Ogam.” Palaeohispanica, Number 20, 2020, pp. 855–885, doi.org.
  24. Unicode Character Code Charts. unicode.org.
    1. “Ogham.” unicode.org.
  25. WG2 Document Registry, Unicode® Technical Committee Document Registry, unicode.org, unicode.org.
    1. Everson, Michael. Proposal for encoding the Ogham script in ISO 10646. 1994-11-16, N1103R, evertype.com.
  26. The Unicode® Standard: Version 15.0 – Core Specification. September 2022, unicode.org.
    1. “Ogham.” p. 362, unicode.org.
  27. Celtic Inscribed Stones Project. University College London, ucl.ac.uk.
  28. Ogham in 3D. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, dias.ie.
  29. OG(H)AM. University of Glasgow, Maynooth University, glasgow.ac.uk.
  30. West, Andrew. Ogham. Babelstone, babelstone.co.uk.
  31. Everson, Michael. Every Ogham thing on the Web. Evertype, evertype.com.
  32. Noto Ogham. Google, github.com.
  33. Ogham [Ogam]. ScriptSource, SIL International, scriptsource.org.