The right one and the wrong one?
The right one and many wrong ones?
The long and educational article underscores one of the conundrums of written history (as also in Aztec and Egyptian hyeroglyphics) where vowels must be assumed, yielding as many different words as there are vowels in all their permutations.
Working with fragments which can be combined in many different orders simply compounds the problem.
Announcing conclusive evidence of anything in view of the above causes me to question the judgement of many of these "scholars".