From: David Starner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 12 2006 - 11:09:51 CST
On 1/12/06, Otto Stolz <Otto.Stolz@uni-konstanz.de> wrote:
> There are fonts whose U looks like a modern V -- and vice versa,
> e. g., <http://www.schloesser-magazin.de/de/objekte/re/re_muensterb.php>:
> the second line reads "solvere vincula corporis".
I don't know about German, but in early printed English, u and v are
positional variants of each other. To transcribe them as the modern
u/v would be a spelling change that would take intelligence.
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