Re: Tengwar Numerals in
> I don't know if Tolkien changed his mind or if it's another numericanalysis
> mode, but they sure do look different. I have a preliminary
> on http://www.daeron.forodrim.org/kl-num.htmlThanks, I've perused your page with great interest! I guess we have to
> Does anyone have a convincing guess at what zero might look like?
> Suilaid o Melloanth Daeron,
> Gildir, Per Lindberg
assume that Tolkien devised at least two different sets of Tengwar
numerals (either one was meant to succeed the other, or they were/are
As for the zero: what could one base a guess on? I like your
conjectures for the numerals 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, by the way. Maybe one day
some manuscript by Tolkien will surface/be published that confirms at
least some of your guesses :).
> > I have a question about the Tengwar numerals as published in thethird copy of the "King's Letter" (Sauron Defeated, p. 131).
> >actual Tengwar written by J. R. R. Tolkien, at least not when I
> > My problem is that I simply cannot decipher those numbers from the
compare them with the charts of Tengwar numerals that have been
published in various places on the Internet. [...]
> > Hisilome]