Lachoneus Posted May 10, 2006 Share Posted May 10, 2006 You will notice the darker writing at the base of the "s" is due to the double-stroke of the pen. Thus, the "color" of the ink is exactly the same as that of the Egyptian character to the left. So the darker ink at the base of the "s" is due to a double-stroke of the pen, just like the ink at the top of the "s" and on each of the legs of the "m" following the "s" are the same shade as the base of the "s" due to the double-stroke of the pen? I must need new contacts because I don't see it. What I do see are double-strokes made both before and after the base of the "s" and neither of them is the same darkness as the base of the "s". What am I missing?And each of the hieroglyphs on the left is the result of an exact "double-stroke of the pen" also? With no bleeding or shadowing from an inexact double-stroke? That's one heck of a scribe!! Link to comment
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