265Re: [elfscript] odd tehta
- Aug 15, 2001Måns Björkman deithant:
Intriguing! Which edition is it,
more precisely? Would it be
possible to acquire a scan of this reproduction?
It is a Houghton-Mifflin edition, one large volume. Strangely enough, I
also have a three-book set by Houghton-Mifflin, and in these, the 'y' in
'history' is a dot. There is another difference in the two different
Houghton-Mifflin versions: In the three-book set, the 'a' in 'as' is
written with the three-dot tehta, but in the one-volume edition, a
circumflex was used. Apparently the tehtar in one of the two different
eitions were changed, but I'm not sure why, or which was the original
version! As for scanning, I'm on WebTV, which is not scanner compatible,
but I will try to get it done on a friend's computer.
Cuio mae, Danny.
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