The giant’s face was without doubt identical to the portrait that Pieter Van Dyke had made of Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1795. An enormous scythe was rushing through the air, and before it reached the first outskirts of the narcissus field to mow it down mercilessly, I fled from my lookout, not without seizing the opportunity to inspect the sign. ‘Daffodils’, it read, in a childish handwriting, ‘made by William Wordsworth’.
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All text on this site except for the quotations was created by me, Anypodetos (contact). It is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) 4.0 Licence. The quotations probably fall under the fair use doctrine or some related European copyright limitation, with the exception of the Babel Text, which is in the public domain.
Languages are not amenable to copyright: processes, systems and concepts are not copyrightable, nor are words and names.
- The Lemizh logo (the Great White Egret) was created by Danny Woodard from Sherpa Guides. John Lenz from Lenz Marketing kindly gave me permission to use it. The image is copyrighted by them and must not be re-used without their consent.
- The HTML 5 and CSS 3 logos are from the W3C and daPhyre and are available under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) 3.0 Licence.
- The ‘New’ image on the welcome page is from the Tango Desktop Project, which is in the public domain.
- The map of Lemaria on the welcome page was made with Natural Earth free raster map data.
- The banners on the thanks page make fair use of logos that are protected by copyright laws.
- The ‘under construction’ image is from the ‘Weltchronik in Versen’, c. 1370, which is in the public domain.
- The symbols used in examples, exercises, remarks, etc., are (partly modified) from the Tango Desktop Project. All of these images are in the public domain.
- The ‘loading’ animation is modified from Free SVG. It is also in the public domain.
- The images showing the places of articulation in unit 1 are based on a work by Ishwar, which is available under a CC BY-SA 2.5 Licence.
- The star image in unit 2 is based on an image by A. Fujii (European Space Agency), available under a CC BY 3.0 Licence.
- The keyboard in unit 9 is based on a layout by jacobolus from geekhack.org. I think it is freely available, but please contact me if I’m wrong.
- The beaver in unit 12 is from Collier’s New Encyclopedia, 1921, and is therefore in the public domain.
- The background of the navigation buttons in the tutorial in nutshells is from a photograph by Andrew Butko, available under a CC BY-SA 3.0 Licence.
- The illustration of the butcher and the beaver in nutshell 3 was created by Henry Holiday for ‘The Hunting of the Snark’ by Lewis Carroll, published 1876, restoration by Adam Cuerden. It is also in the public domain.
- The photo of Foucault’s pendulum at the Musée des arts et métiers in nutshell 8 was taken by Jean Champion and made available under a CC BY 3.0 Licence.
Dictionaries and history pages
- The background of the dictionary entries is slightly modified from an image by VictorianLady. It is available under a Pixabay License.
- The diagram of trigonometric functions in the dictionary entry dà. is modified from this diagram by Stephan Kulla, which is in the public domain.
- The photo of the carved squirrel on the history page was taken by Andrew Bowden and is available under a CC BY-SA 2.0 Licence.
- The Penguin Classics edition of the Tlöngö̀l, also on the history page, is based on Penguin covers and makes fair use of the Penguin logo. The painting is ‘Brandung an felsiger Küste’ (‘Surf on a Rocky Coast’) by Andreas Achenbach; it was created in 1835 and is therefore in the public domain.
- The sketch of language groups on the loanwords page I is based on a work by Wikimedia Commons editors, which is in the public domain. The sketch itself was made by me and is available under a CC BY-SA 4.0 Licence.
- The photograph of the WCB meeting on the loanwords page II is by Tudor Washington Collins and is available under a CC BY 4.0 Licence.
- The time zones images were made with Natural Earth free raster map data.
- The Milky Way image on the constellations page is from the Stellarium software, which is available under a GNU General Public Licence.
- The compass rose on the constellations page is modified from Serg!o’s image, available under a CC BY-SA 3.0 Licence.
- On the page of text samples, the beautiful image taken from space is from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, available under a CC BY 2.0 Licence.
All other images are not copyrighted because they do not reach the threshold of originality. Most of them were drawn by myself.
- The sound files illustrating pronunciation of the letters were recorded by Denelson83 (vowels) and Peter Isotalo (consonants) and are available under a CC BY-SA 3.0 Licence.
- The files illustrating pronunciation of Lemizh, Turkish, English, French, German, Spanish, and Polish words were recorded by me and are available under a CC BY-SA 4.0 Licence just as the rest of the grammar.
- The data from which the constellations globe was created are mainly from the HYG Database by David Nash, which is available under a CC BY-SA 2.5 Licence.
- Additional star names are from the IAU, additional Bayer designations from In-The-Sky.org.
Lemizh font: SIL Open Font Licence
The Lemizh font (download) is copyright © 2011 and 2012, Anypodetos,
with Reserved Font Name ‘Lemizh’.
Many of the characters of the Lemizh font are based on the font Doulos SIL, copyright © 1994–2011, SIL International, https://scripts.sil.org/DoulosSILfont,
with Reserved Font Names ‘Doulos’ and ‘SIL’.
This Font Software is licenced under the SIL Open Font Licence, Version 1.1 – 26 February 2007.
This licence is copied below, and is also available with a FAQ at: https://scripts.sil.org/OFL.
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