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  • Author:
    David Sherlock
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    1873027206
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    978-1873027202
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    Ely Cathedral Publications (1992)
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    32 pages
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Ely Cathedral Publications (Education Group), Cambridgeshire, UK. ISBN 1-873027-05-2.

The purposes for which these sign lexicons were used were varied. Travelling Franciscan monks used finger alphabets, possibly as memory aids for preaching, and in Benedictine monasteries, signs representing words were used for limited communication when silence was required.

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The deaf person would learn to associate each letter of the alphabet with a phonetic sound. The system had its challenges, especially when learning the words for abstract terms, or intangible forms such as co junctions like for, nor, or yet.

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SGB is an enthusiastic participant in the Medieval Academy of America (MAA). He is recently served a two-year term on the MAA Nominating Committee (2012-14) and is currently serving a three-year term on the MAA AHA Program Committee (2013-17).

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