On Wednesday, January 31, 2001, at 08:21 AM, P. T. Rourke wrote:
> Thanks, but if you go back and read my original message, you'll find the
> following sentences that continue from the point quoted by Mr. Everson:
>> Other than the Phaistos Disk "script," which may not
>> be a script at all (it seems odd that there would be a
>> script in as heavily studied a location as the Aegean
>> with only one example; it probably is a script, but I
>> would say that the jury is still out).
You are of course correct. In my eagerness to point out that the entire
Phaistos repertoire is included in the encoding proposal, I read too
hastily. My apologies.
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