Re: Aramaic, Samaritan, Phoenician

From: James H. Cloos Jr. (
Date: Tue Jul 15 2003 - 18:19:58 EDT

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    >>>>> "Werner" == Werner LEMBERG <> writes:

    >> /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

    Werner> No. There must be a kind of `dot' for the i and a kind of
    Werner> `breve' sign above the u.

    Might it have been taught differently in different regions? My Prof
    was from Berlin. (She and her parents escaped when she was about 5 or
    so, back in the ’30s.) The script she learned from her parents left
    out the dots and umlauts. IIRC each word was a single unbroken curve.


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