From: Michael Everson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 15 2006 - 15:10:41 CST
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At 12:36 -0800 2006-12-15, Chris Lordson wrote:
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>John Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Michael Everson wrote:
>> Many scholars use top or bottom half square brackets to indicate that
>> MSS or papyri are broken or worn away and that the text within the
>> brackets is supplied by the editor.
>> I am looking for an example of this custom in editions in Hebrew or
>> Arabic script (or indeed in any RTL script). Does anyone know of any?
>I have not seen this convention used with Hebrew. There is a
>different set of conventions
>used for e.g. Dead Sea Scrolls transcription, which employs square
>brackets, dots and
>circles to indicate various kinds of damaged letters, erased
>letters, presumed letters, etc.
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