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Vowels and 17

Latin Alphabet – the number 17 again

From http://latindiscussion.com/latin/alphabet/history/evolution

“Before the Renaissance, letters J and U had been merely glyph variants of I and V.
W was first used by scribes writing Old English during the 7th century AD.”

CLASSICAL LATIN ALPHABET:

(22) A B C D E F G H I L M N O P Q R S T V X Y Z

REMOVE VOWELS:

(5) A E I O V

REMAINING:

(17) B C D F G H L M N P Q R S T X Y Z

f57v

Glyphs on f57v, 3rd ring, Voyn_101 encoding – 4 sets of 17 characters each:

o.e.8.y.?.?.h.p.f.?.k.y.?.?.9.?.?.
o.e.8.y.?.?.h.p.f.?.k.y.?.?.9.?.?.
o.e.8.y.?.?.h.p.f.?.k.y.?.?.9.?.?.
o.e.8.y.?.?.h.p.f.?.k.y.?.?.9.?.?.

compare:
b.c.d.f.g.h.l.m.n.p.q.r.s.t.x.y.z.

(Glyphs marked with “?” are very rare, and occur only on f57v and one other folio.)

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