Date: Mon May 10 2004 - 13:15:27 CDT
Michael Everson scripsit:
> Phoenician and Hebrew should not be interfiled, of course, in the
> default table, though John Cowan seems to think otherwise.
"'Seems', monsieur? Nay, 'does'; I know not 'seems'."
--Not Quite Hamlet
The point is, of course, that if Phoenician is to be used to represent
palaeo-Hebrew (as I agree is correct), then it will create an artificial
separation to *not* interfile them. Consider a concordance to your
Phoenician-script-Tetragrammaton Bibles. Such Tetras should not appear
at the beginning, nor yet at the end, but under "yod" where they belong.
This will also be of great value in the other application of collation,
Those who use Phoenician primarily contrastively with Greek will want them
filed separately, and my proposal will sort Phoenician words after Greek
-- John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.ccil.org/~cowan http://www.reutershealth.com Charles li reis, nostre emperesdre magnes, Set anz totz pleinz ad ested in Espagnes.
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