Re: New contribution

From: Dean Snyder (dean.snyder@jhu.edu)
Date: Mon May 03 2004 - 13:49:06 CDT


Mark Davis wrote at 9:28 AM on Monday, May 3, 2004:

>The question for me is whether the scholarly representations of the
Phoenician
>would vary enough that in order to represent the palŠo-Hebrew (or the other
>language/period variants), one would need to have font difference anyway.
>If so,
>then it doesn't buy much to encode separately from Hebrew. If not, then
>it would
>be reasonable to separate them.

Would you mind re-phrasing this? I'm having trouble following your train
of thought.

Respectfully,

Dean A. Snyder

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