texts with precise copies
of every glyph.
Fischer has done this in his book, but with insufficient information about the
spaces of the destroyed glyphs (glyphs must be counted). However, Barthel has documented also
the destroyed areas (though not reliably - e.g. the end of line
||Document the texts in an orderly manner for
(soon) I will have satisfied this demand both technically (internet
site) and by
labelling each glyph for easy access via content tables for each
rongorongo text. (Other sites - as far as I have seen - have not
enough precision in their glyph pictures.)
||Document where the texts are 'parallel'
(i.e. have sequences of glyphs which are similar).
(soon) I will have satisfied this demand in this site.
||Collect all the glyphs in a
where the cells are visually (only) defined.
currently working with a glyph catalogue to meet this