Re: New contribution

From: John Cowan (
Date: Sun May 02 2004 - 20:44:41 CDT scripsit:

> If Phoenician is considered a glyphic variation of modern Hebrew, then
> it can also be considered a glyphic variation of modern Greek.

Greek is descended from the 22CWSA, but its alphabet is *not* the 22CWSA

> it then follow that modern Greek should have been unified with modern
> Hebrew? (Directionality aside.)

(RTL archaic Greek can be handled with RLE.)

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