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Re: VMs: shorthands
--- PK#01 <pklist01@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Nick, one day I'll be so well read in Voynichiana
> that I'll discover some
> new fact that you have *not yet* written about :-)
But then you may still find it in D'Imperio :-)
And if not, it'll be in the mailing list archives.
> But I like the glyphset discussion very much and we
> should try to organize
> it a bit. What if we make a table of VMS characters
> and put the possible
> provenance next to it? For example I was assuming
> that the numbers 4, 8 and
> 9 were all in the VMS glyphset (is that EVA q d and
> y ?), but you think
> that's *not* the case. Please elaborate :-)
Instead of Eva-q, I would take Eva-l as the 4.
Also, Eva-r is a good-looking 2. Actually, in
some Medieval scripts the character r is written
in two different styles (depending on the previous
character) and one of them is like Eva-r.
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