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Re: VMs: F66r
On Friday 11 June 2004 04:23, GC wrote:
> We have our Latin shorthand picnic table "standing still", walking to the
> left and to the right. The second and third "9" in the sequence are not
> the same as the first and fourth, and each glyph is carefully composed!
> There's a new one here I couldn't see clearly in the black-and-whites.
> I'll have to look this one up in my shorthand tables. Variances are minor,
> (straight leg "9" instead of a looped leg), but clear and decisive,
> something easily achievable by someone practiced in the art of shorthand
Also some interesting detail I just found in this page is that the 9th
character in the vertical sequence is the same as the 10th character (weirdo
&169;) in f57v which looks like a "L" with a small superscript "o" or <'>
and followed by eva <v>
The locus is: <f66r.S24> and I had misread it as <e>
I wonder if it would be better to split &169; character into 2: the left part
as it appears here in f66r (keeping the same code) and in f57v add a "normal"
<v> to it.
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