From: Hosszu Gabor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 03 2008 - 03:37:41 CST
On 11/2/2008 8:09 AM, Peter Zilahy Ingerman, PhD wrote:
> Perhaps I'm being confused ... it's been a long time ... but I seem to recall
> that there are, actually, two types of boustrophedon.
> If memory serve me correctly, the older type mirrored the characters on the
> right-to-left line, but the newer type didn't, although the line was,
> nonetheless, written from right to left.
Exactly, you are right. In the Szekler-Hungarian Rovas the Bologna stick
calendar and the 16 pieces of Rovas sticks from Kiskunhalas (Hungary) used
the older type, the other script (proposal N3527.pdf, Fig. 14.10-12) uses
the newer one.
Dr. Gabor Hosszu, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof.
Dept. of Electron Devices, BME
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