Date: Thu Nov 27 2003 - 20:46:32 EST
Michael Everson wrote,
> It would be just sooooo cool if you would say what page and column
> and line of that document you are referring to.
Subjoined DDA (0B21) and TA (0B24) seem to be mentioned on page 8
of 59 in the right-hand column under the heading "Consonant Signs".
"...It must be noted here that when the consonant sign " ... " is
attached below NNA (0B23) it is pronounced as DDA (0B21). In other
words the same consonant sign represents both TA (0B24) and DDA
Ah, there's nothing quite like glyphic ambiguity...
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