Re: Atlantean Corpus
|From:||Tom Tadfor Little <tom@...>|
|Date:||Friday, July 13, 2001, 18:03|
At 04:26 PM Sunday 7/8/01, you wrote:
>Thus the sentence "LEH-weg-tem SHEE-buhn puhk BEN-tem DEE-gen-mil SAH-tib"
>like _Léwegtem shíban pak béntem dígenmil sátib_.
>Does this make sense, or would you prefer to use another system? Does
>anyone have examples of writing in the Atlantean alphabet to say how that
Makes perfect sense. One of the first things I did was start transcribing
the corpus in a way almost identical to what you have done; I just couldn't
bear to start looking at the language itself with those horrid things from
the script. I got a bored about 3/4 of the way through, and put it aside,
I had the passing thought that the shwas might actually be PIE laryngeals.
Anyone tried to match up Atlantean words with PIE roots yet?
Tom Tadfor Little email@example.com
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