Re: Standaridized variation sequences for the Desert alphabet?

From: Martin J. Dürst <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 20:38:22 +0900

On 2017/03/28 01:20, Michael Everson wrote:

> Ken transcribes into modern type a letter by Shelton dated 1859, in which “boy” is written 𐐒<𐐃𐐆>, “few” as 𐐙<𐐆𐐋>, “truefully” [sic] as 𐐓𐐡<𐐆𐐋>𐐙𐐋𐐢𐐆, and “you” as 𐐏<𐐆𐐋>.

These are all 1859 variants, yes? That would just show that these
variants existed (which I think nobody in this discussion has doubted),
but not that there was contrasting use. And is that letter hand-written
or printed?

Regards, Martin.
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