Re: [XTalk] Laupot's article on the Tacitus fragment
- Bob Schacht wrote:
> Jeffrey,This is because the article begins with an abstract which I did not set
> Thanks for posting this interesting article. Nuances involving
> *netser* have been examined in detail on CrossTalk before. A few quick
> 1. At the beginning, the article seems somewhat repetitive,
> summarizing the author's main points and objectives several times.
off by indentation or smaller type from the rest of the article. If I
had done so -- or, more properly, if I had had the presence of mind to
do so, when converted the file to HTML, you wouldn't have found the
> 2. Minor formatting point: some (many) of the paragraphs seemThere's probably some hidden coding that got captured in the HTML
> "centered" rather than left justified-- at least, that is how they
> appeared on my screen.
> 3. Perhaps some symbols are not coming across correctly on my screen.No, it's not your ignorance. It's due to the fact that HTML does not
> For example, the sentence "The first three Semitic consonants of
> netser can be transliterated into the first three Greek
> consonants of either î_or ó." does not appear to make much sense, as
> "either î_or ó" does not appear to have 3 consonants, but only one
> vowel. Or perhaps I am ignorant of certain scholarly conventions that
> would be clear to a specialist.
always convert all of the letters in a Greek word or phrase, but instead
only reproduces some of them. Perhaps Eric would like to download the
article in HTML, edit it to replace what has gone missing, and then send
the piece in HTML to me for another upload to the XTalk site?.
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.)
7423 N. Sheridan Road #2A
Chicago, Illinois 60626
- At 06:35 PM 10/22/00 -0500, Jeffrey B. Gibson wrote:
>No, it's not your ignorance. It's due to the fact that HTML does notJeffrey and XTalkers,
>always convert all of the letters in a Greek word or phrase, but instead
>only reproduces some of them. Perhaps Eric would like to download the
>article in HTML, edit it to replace what has gone missing, and then send
>the piece in HTML to me for another upload to the XTalk site?.
I have done some HTML clean up on Laupot's article. It is found at:
Perhaps, you may wish to copy it for the XTalk site.
Stephen C. Carlson mailto:scarlson@...
Synoptic Problem Home Page http://www.mindspring.com/~scarlson/synopt/
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