Calligraphy means beautiful handwriting and it derived from Greek language
The word calligraphy comes from the Greek kalligraphos. It means beautiful writing. Perhaps the most well-known examples of calligraphy are Arabic. Celtic, and Persian. But among the oldest known calligraphy is Chinese. For Chinese calligraphy has been dated back about 4,500 years.
Qingzheng Wang has written: 'Zhongguo tao ci qian bi bei tie yan jiu' -- subject(s): Art, Chinese, Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Art, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Coins, Chinese Porcelain, Chinese Pottery, Coins, Chinese, Porcelain, Chinese, Pottery, Chinese 'Qian bi xue yu bei tie wen xian xue' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Coins, Chinese Numismatics, Coins, Chinese, History, Numismatics, Chinese
Mahmud Khan - Moghul Khan - was born in 1462.
Mahmud Khan - Moghul Khan - died in 1508.
"Calligraphy" refers to the art of producing beautiful handwriting, or to the handwriting itself. It is from Greek words meaning "beautiful writing."
From Greek, kaligraphia, from kallos, "beauty," and graphein, to write.
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Jianjun Li has written: 'Li, Han \\' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese language, Li style, Writing
It developed and evolved the Arabic language, as well as the Arabic alphabet