Possibly, but there is a distinct difference between the two. Notice that
the o in 4o most frequent is beneath the cross bar from the 4, not above as in
the right loop for t; however, the 4 does seem to be quite similar to the
lefthand side of t with continuing horizontal cross stroke to the right, just
placed lower down on the line. Whether the lefthand loop is rounded or
triangular is probably just an anomaly of the penmanship.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, December 20, 2003 9:42
Subject: Re: VMs: Re: Q: Theories about
"4o" at word beginning?
I have noticed that the EVA "t" character is frequently written
lefthand "horn" sort of triangular rather than circular as the
one is, and wondered if "qo-" might not be a "t" with short legs
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