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New tablet unearthed.

Post  ZEUS10 on Mon Mar 02, 2009 8:45 am



I was looking at the tablet and I easily distingushed the pelasgic characters sometime called archaic ""greek"" letters.



I was wandering why the ""experts"" is fighting to ""deciphere"" the language since it uses the same letters archaic ""Greeks"" used to use for their writtings.


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Post  ZEUS10 on Mon Mar 02, 2009 8:56 am

All they need to do is just looking at the ""misterious" etruscan alphabet :

http://www.omniglot.com/images/writing/etruscan1.gif



before starting new ""succesful"" decipherement.

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Post  ZEUS10 on Mon Mar 02, 2009 11:22 am

ZEUS10 wrote:

I was looking at the tablet and I easily distingushed the pelasgic characters sometime called archaic ""greek"" letters.


I am sure they look the same:


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Re: New tablet unearthed.

Post  Sykalter on Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:50 pm

Many unrelatable languages use related writing systems. The language of the Southwest script has not been deciphered. It probably wasn't an Indo-European language. Many call the language Tartessian Ancient Iberia was home to Iberian (language isolate, perhaps related to Basque?), Aquitanian (related to Basque perhaps its ancestor), Celtiberian (Celtic - IE), and Lusitanian (IE).

A good example of five unrelatable languages using a related writing system is cuneiform used by Old Persian (Indo-European), Urartian (Hurro-Urartian), Akkadian (Semitic), Elamite (language isolate), and Sumerian (language isolate).

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