• Journey through Anatolian Hieroglyphs

    Journey through Anatolian Hieroglyphs

    For each character in our design we not only analysed existing drawings, but also compared them with the referenced inscriptions.

  • Hieroglyphic Luwian fonts

    Hieroglyphic Luwian fonts

    As we prepare to unveil our work on Anatolian Hieroglyphs, we thought it would be useful to share the resources we used during the research in one place.

  • Priene Inscription

    Priene Inscription

    Judging by the Strabo narrative, the dedication by Alexander the Great of the new temple for Athena Polias in Priene is a rather interesting story.

  • Tituli Anatolian notes

    Tituli Anatolian notes

    This project can be considered as a workshop on some parts of a very comprehensive whole, determined by aesthetic criteria from the perspective of typography.

  • Cockerell’s letter

    Cockerell’s letter

    In 1817, a compilation book was published with content selected from the impressions of British travelers from their journeys to the East. Its editor was Robert Walpole. This is a book known as Walpole’s Turkey.

  • The Timotheus of Miletus Papyrus

    The Timotheus of Miletus Papyrus

    First, the Timotheos of Miletus papyrus is likely to be the oldest surviving Hellenic script among Egyptian papyri. It is said to be the oldest of the Greek manuscripts.