John Cowan wrote: >Dan Seriff scripsit: > > > Apparently there are none. It appears that Greek boustropedon was > > realized in those two ways, which can be called inverted and > > non-inverted. This is from the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Writing >Systems. > >By inverted you mean reversed L<->R? > > >IIRC, the boustrophedoid style of rongo-rongo is every other line upside >down: rather than writing backward along the alternate lines, the whole >writing surface (a tablet) was turned over in the hand. Did they, by chance, tend to do likewise when the read the texts? Just curious ... Andreas _________________________________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com.