From: Curtis Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jun 06 2004 - 16:44:24 CDT
on 2004-06-06 13:50 D. Starner wrote:
> Let's be honest; the only people who matter in the least when discussing
> a script is the people who actually use it. And all evidence presented here
> indicates that scholars of Semitic languages--that is, the people who can
> actually read the stuff written in the script--are, not surprisingly, the
> majority users of Phoenician.
(As a rhetorical device,) I have to say that I'm puzzled by this. All
I've seemed to hear from Semiticists is that Phoenician is not a
separate script. How, then, can these same Semiticists be the major
users of something that doesn't exist?
-- Curtis Clark http://www.csupomona.edu/~jcclark/ Mockingbird Font Works http://www.mockfont.com/
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