- It has also been called
brachygraphy, from Gr**** brachys
(short), and tachygraphy
, from Gr**** tachys
(swift, speedy), depending
- сосуществовали. ≈ "Terms 'tachygraphy
' and 'cursive' coexist
in the Russian
palaeography; meanwhile, in the development
of the Russian tachygraphy there
- 1626 in the book Short-Writing (in later editions since
Gr**** for "speedy writing"). In Shelton's shorthand
- South-Western Pub. Co, ISBN 978-0-538-60527-4 Shelton, Thomas
2017-05-04. Hill, James
- standard forms
used in Pepys's time, in this case called tachygraphy
Shelton. It is clear
from its content
that it was...
- The Oxford
(Third Edition, 1999, in the article
the formal characteristics
of late ****enistic shorthand...
- 'Diary,' and to this end he learnt
. In 1873 he retired
from Magdalene, and left Cambridge
for London. His...
- (2002). This do****ents the origins
of the notation
Gr**** tachygraphy through Cistercian monasteries
and what is now the border...
- in Rome." The Cl****ical Review
4 (1890): 289-93. "Fourteenth-Century Tachygraphy
." The Journal
of ****enic Studies
11 (1890): 286-93. "Palaeographica:...
- a stenographic system
very much along
. The first edition
of his work was entitled
Radio-Stenography, or Short...