Great to see you posting, and especially this. Your article has to be one of the most commendable things I've seen in a long time. Please keep up the excellent work, and thank you!
BTW, I don't know if you've had the opportunity to read any of what I've been writing about the Remen in the Carl Munck thread, but I've tentatively posited an original derivation of the Remen (in feet) from ~365 / 3 (and an absolute value equal to ((sqrt 15) x Pi) / 10).
I hope that's not at odds with anything you've written, but rather I hope it's simply more evidence of incentive for the veneration of the remarkable properties of the Remen value.
Also, I was quite gratified to read the comments from Dieter Lelgemann that are quoted in your paper. I wasn't aware of them, but that's the opinion I've formed from calendar-related studies, is that the Royal Cubit is likely the progeny of the Remen rather than vice versa.
In the unlikely event you weren't already aware of it, I highly recommend Algernon Berriman's book Historical Metrology if for no other reason than his ideas about Remen fractions.
I'm absolutely thrilled to see this neglected unit of measure get the kind of scholarly attention you've given it.