Re: Atlantaic Culture on Frathwiki
|From:||Jörg Rhiemeier <joerg_rhiemeier@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 18, 2007, 12:25|
On Mon, 17 Sep 2007 21:47:13 -0700, Elliott Lash wrote:
I understand that very well. I know too well how easy
it is to get sidetracked by new ideas; being able to
focus oneself on one main project is definitely a virtue.
> --- Jörg Rhiemeier <joerg_rhiemeier@...> wrote:
> > > I'll post the link here. This is
> > > the first time that the human and not
> > > Nestean/Silindion side of this world has appeared
> > > online.
> > >
> > > http://wiki.frath.net/Atalantaic
> > Nice so far. The names have an Indo-European ring
> > to them
> > (it's mostly the frequent ending -os); what does the
> > language
> > look like?
> The language has barely been worked on in fact. I have
> about 2 paragraphs of material in it, and basically a
> word by word grammar. It's very rudimentary, since I
> like to spend more time on Nestean things.
> That said,
> the language is based on Greek, so you are correct in
> your guess about 'Indo-European'. The later language,
> Classical Daronidic is more Celtic oriented once
> again. I can't geet too far away from it.
> Anyway, here's an example of Atlantaic, from a king
> na têa eti tê Negittílos adálistê, si nistórix
> Darónydê, esphindási. Phyi tê si Dároli, tê si
> Agómeniê, phyi si Egózimi, nistoriki tê Dároni, phyi
> si Atálantê. Kéilô génei si phyi tê Agástorix.
It indeed looks and feels quite much like Greek.
But it's nice!
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