From: Christopher Fynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 07 2007 - 23:46:30 CDT
Peter Constable wrote:
> Can you provide details?
> Peter Constable
> Program Manager * Font Technologies
I'll try to dig up some examples - I noticed this in some old texts on
Sanskrit Grammar & Composition which were lost in Sanskrit but preserved in
their Tibetan translations and have now been re-translated back into Sanskrit.
> William J Poser wrote:
>> I've never seen the first problematic glyph-complex, but I can
>> say with some confidence that it is a mistake since it ends with
>> a virama which is followed by a vowel sign, which is impossible.
>> Something is wrong.
> Hi William
> I seen a handful of examples in old texts where both a virama and vowel
> *do* occur on the same conjunct.
> - Chris
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