Native Americans used these word-pictures to communicate and to tell stories that were handed down from generation to generation- great for my grade three First Nations unit. I knew some of these before but not all. I did this with my 2nd graders that I'm student teaching with. Their stories were great, and they loved it!
Peacock Symbol Christianity – Immortality, incorruptible soul Roman coin – princesses high status Persian – psychic duality of man (related to myth of Gemini) Hindu mythology – innumerable eyes / starry firmament Sources: “A Dictionary of Symbols” by J.E.
A cipher created by Lewis Carroll between the publications of Alice and The Hunting of the Snark. | Each column of this table forms a dictionary of symbols representing the alphabet: thus, in the A column, the symbol is the same as the letter represented; in the B column, A is represented by B, B by C, and so on.
Trypillian Symbols from Palmarchuk and Andriyevskyi’s dictionary of Trypillian hieroglyphs. (The interpretations are conjecture, of course. rw) Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture, from Romanian; Trypillian culture, from Ukrainian; or Tripolye culture, from Russian) is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately ca. 5500-2750 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.
We have produced this interactive phonetic chart to help people studying English as a foreign language to practice pronunciation and to become more familiar with the sounds of English that they may not be accustomed to.