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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 signifi es 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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