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VMs: VMS word endings

I have come to the conclusion that the y glyph at the ends of vms words
indicates a vowel. Although not necessarily the same vowel. Also that the
most frequent vowel endings correspond to Italian. A maximum of seven
consonants can end words, although I feel it is nearer 4. The main problem I
am encountering is the method used to determine which vowel is produced.

An interesting snippet of another method here. These are 3 consecutive EVA
lines. Note the sequence icana icana eno stania. All these were produces
from the most popular letter positios compared with the same in 1550
Italian. Vowel and consonant placement still appear to be quite valid in
this snippet, although not necessarily for Italian!


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