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I've just done a light copy edit of this article. Some comments:
I expanded the phrase "80,000 t" to "80,000 tonnes"; is this the correct unit (that is, metric tons)?
The 'controversy' about the method of creating the inscriptions is discussed at greater length than might be warranted by a short article such as this.
I would be interested in knowing more about the content of the inscriptions; could you add some samples perhaps? This would also offset the apparent disparity in weight given to the controversy section.
This was an unexpectedly interesting article to read. Many thanks. –Syncategoremata (talk) 11:07, 17 April 2010 (UTC)
Many thanks for your much appreciated copy edit.
Yes, they are metric tons (=t).
It's discussed at greater length, because this is basically intended as a typography article. However, that does not bar it from being expanded someday, but I don't have the scholarly material for that.
I will soon include a photo of such an inscription from Roman Chester, UK. Regards Gun Powder Ma (talk) 12:50, 17 April 2010 (UTC)
I hadn't twigged that this was a typography article, though that does explain why I found it so interesting. I hope my contribution has helped and I look forward to seeing the photo.