Re: [tied] Re: etruscan, Lydian and Greek inscriptions
From: Piotr Gasiorowski
There is really no need to "decipher"
Etruscan or Lydian, let alone any Greek texts. They have already been deciphered
by competent scholars. Etruscan and Lydian are difficult to interpret because
the surviving documents are short and contain a restricted register of words,
but otherwise there's nothing mysterious about these languages. Take this advice
from a brother Slav: if you continue like this you'll make yourself the
laughing-stock of this list.
Happy New Year,
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Sent: Sunday, December 31, 2000 4:37 AM
Subject: [tied] Re: etruscan, Lydian and Greek
I deciphered Etruscan writing and can read and
I also deciphered Lydian and Greek inscription with respect
Etruscan alphabet and language.
Please visit http://home.att.net/~oko/home.htm
I posted about stated information