tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Sun Jun 27 21:08:49 1993

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Re: HoS voDleH jIH

Michael Everson:
>>Greek Boustrephrodon (I know that's misspelt) writing is a sign
of intense confusion. And it didn't last long.<<

Boustrophedonic writing was reborn in the Moon alphabet that was used briefly
for the blind.  I'm not sure of the dates.  The system used raised, stylized
letters rather than the dots of braille; and at the end of a left-to-right
line, the reader would simply move his or her finger down a line and go

Ken Beesley

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