Jan Slezák
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Silmarillion manuscript. The invention of writing is attributed to Rúmil, who first invented an alphabet: the Sarati (literally "letters"). Fëanor later enhanced and further developed this alphabet into the Tengwar, which were spread to Middle-earth by the Ñoldor and remained in use ever after.

Silmarillion manuscript. The invention of writing is attributed to Rúmil, who first invented an alphabet: the Sarati (literally "letters"). Fëanor later enhanced and further developed this alphabet into the Tengwar, which were spread to Middle-earth by the Ñoldor and remained in use ever after.

I lambi yåri - I laim ioer: Middle Sindarin tengwar transcription: Lûna i ngœlydh dœllir na Eglamar aran Thingol avabed i lam annûn ar si iuithanner i lam Thindrim.     Heithl channer, meigl lanner, i lû ghalant eniaur ar i lam annûn aba-leithant iuith mi ennor ar i lam en-gwaith thind ghalant ar prestant.     Si-lû im, Lothenon o ndôr im duin odog, teithon hen adh rîn e-laim andrann mhinui.

I lambi yåri - I laim ioer Lothenon's account in Old and Middle Sindarin by Florian 'Lothenon' Dombach

Tengwar

German Tengwar Mode Text about "Rivendell" (Imladris) Probably there are some mistakes, but I think, it looks nice.

The first four stanzas of the Hávamál, written in Tengwar (English mode).

The first four stanzas of the Hávamál, written in Tengwar (English mode). Last year’s Jul present to my manbeast… or the rough draft, anyway.

Quenya text by J.R.R. Tolkien found in The Lord of the Rings, Book 2, Chapter VIII.

Quenya text by J. Tolkien found in The Lord of the Rings, Book Chapter VIII. This is Namárië,Galadriel’s lament

The Lord's Prayer in Tolkien's Quenya tengwar.  I want to be able to do this someday!

The Lord's Prayer in Tolkien's Quenya. Love a framed copy, and I'd love to one day journal in Quenya.