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Re: VMs: Viola tricolor
ifthe VMSis ahoax thenI would askwh oisth emark whowa sinten edtor eceiv
ethem anusc ripta nd atwha tpric e
----- Original Message -----
From: "william edmondson" <w.h.edmondson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 4:07 AM
Subject: Re: VMs: Viola tricolor
> I'll keep it short.
> My suggestion about starting with labels is just that if you believe
> VMS is meaningful that is, as you point out, the logical place to
> Whether or not people have collected names in lots of languages and
> listed them and etc.... in relation to the possible image
> interpretations/names is a matter of record, I presume. I simply don't
> know. Anyone out there with detailed knowledge?
> That no-one has made progress is interesting. And does not discourage
> me from my inclination to believe that VMS might well be a hoax.
> Your set of certainties contains items I'd not be certain about. One
> thing of note with VMS is the lack of punctuation. Some languages can
> be written without breaks between words (and thus without punctuation).
> For inspiration look at the two volume work by Diringer on the
> Alphabet (1960s)
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