Re: hexatridecimal internationalisation

From: Hans Aberg (
Date: Sat Jun 23 2007 - 06:14:56 CDT

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    On 23 Jun 2007, at 07:00, Asmus Freytag wrote:

    > If there is an existing set of symbols in use by some community,
    > that would be worthy of investigation for encoding. George makes
    > that point that the (modern) community does not use such symbols to
    > discuss the concepts in the old texts. Where symbols exist in the
    > old texts themselves, they are worthy of investigation for encoding
    > in their own right - and I suspect for the scripts in question,
    > that is being done / has been done as part of the task of encoding
    > these ancient scripts.

    I found the following link:
    Lectures 3-5 deal with some ancient counting systems. One would
    surmise it already has been added to Unicode, but some experts can
    perhaps verify. :-)

       Hans Aberg

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