> Did you notice the two horns on the head of the horned viper
> glyph in the photograph Greg posted while you are busy noticing
> other such detail in the image?
> The horned viper is native to Egypt, the glyph is used as a
> suffix pronoun and commonly as a uniliteral glyph which
> hieroglyph scholars have ascribed the phonetic value "f" to, as
> in Khufu, simply so we can pronounce this dead language.
> Here's a horned viper:
I'm sure Vyse et al. were quite well aware of the use of the horned viper in other glyphs. What's your point? Did you think I didn't know there was such an established glyph?
On the other hand, do you realize there is also a 4-legged horned viper, I96? Perhaps your excellent training in glyph translation can tell us what it means and what phonetic value it should get.