Professor Ullendorf writes “The most urgent task is the immediate publication, by photographic reproduction, of all the available fragments—without decipherment, comment, or interpretation. The latter can then be undertaken by competent scholars in all parts of the world, without any of the present proprietary claims. The elucidation of this material might, in these circumstances, well lead to a measure of duplication and overlap. But this is a small risk and it might well be of benefit to have several attempts at deciphering, interpreting, and indeed ordering and assigning these, at times very tiny, fragments. Let us have the raw material, and there will he no shortage of willing hands to attempt a decipherment.”