Re: History of constructed languages
|From:||Sally Caves <scaves@...>|
|Date:||Friday, April 8, 2005, 13:46|
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From: "Benct Philip Jonsson" <bpj@...>
So, "falsely righteous!" Do you have a sense that the Persian is gibberish?
>> Here seems to be a better link, for those of you who, like me, couldn't
>> access this page ("The page you are trying to access has not been
>> yet." :-(> tongue sticking out)
>> The note is 167, and the "jargon" is: Jartaman exarx 'anapissonnai satra,
>> uttered by a certain Pseudartabas, whose name seems to hint at something
>> false. What's the rest of it mean?
>> Not up on me ancient Greek, and too lazy to transcribe the characters for
>> the Internet on-line dictionaries.
> The name Artabas sure looks Persian too; _artavaan_ would
> be "righteous" in Old Persian.