This article is part of Surresia, which is an article that is part of Project Genesis. For the island that this script was written on, see Blekr. For the continent that Blekr is part of, see Ankuria.
A digitized version of an except from the Vâşşhnahávî.
The Vâşşhnahávî is a collection of poetry written between the 1st and 2nd century on Blekr, an island lying of the western tip of the Surresi Peninsula. The underlying theme of the text is that man will never be able to conquer, possess, or know all that there is in the world. The Vâşşhnahávî was written on a series of 29 claystone tablets, most measuring 14 centimeters by 39 centimeters, written in a form of cuneiform etching, achieved through the use of bone needles and bone chisels to etch cuneiform figures.
An ornate wooden mallet (likely would have been used by a more highly distinguished scribe) used in conjunction with bone needles and chisels to carve cuneiform characters. This mallet would have been used in hand to lightly tap the bone tools against claystone tablets to engrave characters.
Series of bones shaped into chisels and needles used to etch into claystone tablets in order to achieve the creation of cuneiform characters.