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On Wed, 12 Jan 2000 09:48:52 -0500 Paul Bennett
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> Steg (i.a.),
> Here is a link (based on the section in Bright & Daniels on writing
> systems for transcribing movement) to a site that uses and gives
> the basics of Labanotation.  It might be helpfull in transcribing
> the
> signing component of a neanderthal lang.
> http://www.dancenotation.org/notationbasics/LNBasics.html
> Labanotation is primarily famous as a means of notating Dance
> movements, but it is designed to be able to notate any movement of
> any part of the body.  The book gives a parallel example of a text
> in spoken Nakota and Plains Sign Talk.
> ---
> Good Luck, and please share your results as and when they occur,
> Pb
.

Thanks!
I guess Neander[T]al will probably end up being my Third Big Conlang
Project, after i get some more work done on Jūdajca.  Wow, i've gone from
being an "only one conlang" person to being one of those prolific "many
early sketches" people...hopefully my computer will start working again
by the time winter break is over so i can get to work on all this stuff
(the schoolwork can wait :-) ).


-Stephen (Steg)
 "survival is insufficient."