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1 Processions of hieroglyphs are classifiers of metalwork of Indus Script artisans. A venn diagram A ∩ B intersection is the decipherment. Processions on Indus Script are proclamation hypertext clusters. Presented in a Venn diagram, A ∩ B intersection set signifies metalwork catalogues.This intersection A ∩B marked in red, will be elaborated in the following examples from the Indus Script Corpora.Set A are words signified by hieroglyph-multiplexes and Set B are rebus readings from Meluhha metalwork lexis; the intersection A ∩B presents the deciphered plain texts, which are metalwork catalogues which constitute the Indus Script Corpora.Set A are hieroglyphs of Indus Script. Set B are rebus Meluhha renderings from metalwork lexis. The intersection of the two sets A and B signified by A ∩B constitute metalwork catalogues of Bronze Age Meluhha artisans.The intersection area of the two SETS (A,B) of Indus Script Corpora (hypertexts and rebus readings) relate to ONLY one category: metalwork. One type of Venn diagram, in mathematics, illustrates the intersection of two sets. This is a foundational set theory of mathematics and is used -- as a device for data mining -- to explain Bronze Age documentations of metalwork data sets. The Venn Diagram intersection of Indus Script cipher creates the Indus Script Corpora as catalogus catalogorum, metalwork catalogues.The processions or galleries of hieroglyph-multiplexes are announcements of two SETS: A, B.The cyper text is thus decoded into plain text of metalwork catalogue.
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