"Y Wyddor"; wall chart devised by T.C. Evans
and drawn by Christopher Evans.
[Wales, 19th cent.]

In the Celtic revival of the nineteenth century, the real and often unacknowledged work was done by thousands of patient educators like the two Welsh teachers, father and son, who designed this wall chart for Sunday-school children.

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The bottom of the chart shows scripts used in Wales prior to the contemporary Roman, including ogham and runes. (see enlargement below).

note: I have modified the image slightly to improve readablity of letters

the original wall-chart is housed in the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff
a copy of this wall-chart can be found in the book "Celtic Mysteries" by John Sharkey.

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