RE: Phoenician

From: Peter Constable (
Date: Sun May 09 2004 - 03:05:25 CDT

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    I think one's track record in making judgments on boundary cases is
    established only after having successfully dealt with boundary cases --
    and enough to establish a level of confidence. Of things already in
    Unicode, what have been boundary cases between unificiation and

    The unified Latin-but-not-Cyrillic w & q (if I've recalled the two
    letters correctly) and Coptic/Greek characters are the only prior
    boundary cases I can think of.


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