Re: Coptic/Greek (Re: Phoenician)

From: E. Keown (
Date: Wed May 12 2004 - 18:55:58 CDT

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            Elaine Keown

    Dear Kenneth Whistler:

    > down, but even for this, the edge cases result in
    > irreconcilable arguments: is Etruscan left-to-right
    > or right-to-left or both?

    A lot of the really early Greek (on the true edge
    between Phoenician and Greek) seems to be
    tetradirectional.....or even pentadirectional.

    Are you opposed in principle to having small encoded
    blocks which have multiple potential directionalities?

    I can think of at least two other cases in addition to
    early Greek from 800 BCE - 650 BCE...


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