Re: fictional scripts revisited

From: John H. Jenkins (
Date: Fri Feb 23 2001 - 11:25:47 EST

At 6:28 AM -0800 2/23/01, wrote:

>The unlikelihood of you or anybody coming up with sufficient
>evidence to make that case is such that I'd be willing to put less
>constraint on you: present clear evidence that more than 880,790 characters
>will *ever* be in wide use and will merit standardization on this planet.

I believe that recent evidence shows conclusively that the Phaistos
disk is a written in a syllabic script that requires 1,234,567 unique
precomposed symbols. :-)

John H. Jenkins

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