The ogham script is the written form of the old Irish language. It is thought of as a “tree” script as many of its characters are named after trees, and the form the characters take resemble the forked branches of a tree. The presence of the ogham script has been traced back to date as far back as two centuries BC. It’s believed that a lot of the found examples of ogham were coded messages to those still loyal to their old ways, easily read by those they intended to but indecipherable to Roman authorities.
Much of the world’s oldest lore is difficult to fully comprehend in our era, difficult but not impossible. Tonight we are talking about the ogham script, the written form of the old Irish language. It is thought of as a… Seek More
Can you give us a bit of a chronological time-frame for ogham script? Neo-lithic? Ah, well the exact origin hasn’t been firmly established, but to date the presence of the ogham script has been traced as far back as two… Seek More
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