Jedan neobičan izvor za istraživanje bosančice

Mulaomerović, Jasminko
December 2012
Bosniaca;2012, Vol. 17, p75
Academic Journal
Knowledge about last remains of bosančica which was a lettering of beys' families is fragmentary and unsystematic. Mostly, there are particular examples of letters or elementary readers written by M. Hadžijahić's demand. Original letters weren'tknown. Postcards as philately's items are widely outspread, but they haven't yet been recognised as the source for research of bosančica. In this paper were mentioned twosuch postcards dated from 1917 and contained a part of the text written in bosančica cursive which allowed making fragmentary elementary reader which obtained in bey's family Kapetanović.


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