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Photo #1 from Brimington, United Kingdom by ͠ ͋ ͥ ͫ ̔ ͗ᚘ̫ͩᚔ̨ᚋ made on 2018-09-08 23:09 for Sola

14th century Korean star map.

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Escape 🌹
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That's interesting, have any background on it?
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͠ ͋ ͥ ͫ ̔ ͗ᚘ̫ͩᚔ̨ᚋ
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Unfortunately not, it was off Tumblr
5̀øÑ͜ ̕0f Æ̨ ğłīťç̴H
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͠ ͋ ͥ ͫ ̔ ͗ᚘ̫ͩᚔ̨ᚋ, damn it looks intriguing. But my level of Korean is 0.0period
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5̀øÑ͜ ̕0f Æ̨ ğłīťç̴H
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5̀øÑ͜ ̕0f Æ̨ ğłīťç̴H, but the more I look at the top I don't recognise Korean letters but.. Chinese ones🤔 Dammit where is these Asian linguist if you need em.
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Escape 🌹
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Found it on Pinterest, it's called Chinese stars there
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Meth Wyde
Isn't that Chinese? I think I can recognize some of the characters
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Meth Wyde
Like 圖之天 are clearly chinese
͠ ͋ ͥ ͫ ̔ ͗ᚘ̫ͩᚔ̨ᚋ
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I don't know I don't know Chinese and for all I know all the far East writing was initially more or less the same and changed over time.
5̀øÑ͜ ̕0f Æ̨ ğłīťç̴H
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͠ ͋ ͥ ͫ ̔ ͗ᚘ̫ͩᚔ̨ᚋ, yes but I don't think that it changed that much from the last centuries. Or in other words that it was at the 14th ct. allready distinctive enough to be recognisable.
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Meth Wyde
͠ ͋ ͥ ͫ ̔ ͗ᚘ̫ͩᚔ̨ᚋ, that works only with China and Japan. But Korea always had a unique character system. As far as I know. After all their modern characters have nothing in common with Chinese or Japanese ones
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5̀øÑ͜ ̕0f Æ̨ ğłīťç̴H
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Meth Wyde, that's right, Japan borrowed the Chinese Kanjis but later then the Japanese extend it with "Vokal letters" as Hira- und Katakana.
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Seven 💯
It indeed looks more Chinese than Korean, but definitely an intriguing map 🗺
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Andrian507
Good project
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Endie
good news and good project
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