Basque = Iberian = Etruscan = Linear A (Minoic) 
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 Basque = Iberian = Etruscan = Linear A (Minoic)

I have read Minoicos, Cretenses y Vascos by Antonio Arniz & Jorge Alonso
(Ed. Complutense S.A.) acquired in the spanish bol.com... The main issue is
that 4000 years ago, there was a linguistical continuity in the Mediterrenean
area. I suggest this book, it is not fantasious, it apports toponomical,
cultural, genealogical and overall linguistical evidences (500 words per each
idiom) and translations. With the help of the basque tongue, Linear A and the
Disk of Phaistos can be read.

A-TA-NO-BO-SU-IA-KI-SU-KA-RE-IA-SA-SA-RA  in Linear A would represents in
basque ATEAN BOO SU IAKI SU KARE IAS AS ARA or "Sliping in the Fire's Door,
cooking.net">food for the flames of fire, escaped towards the Night's Region."

Similar examples in Iberian or Phaistos.
In the Mino's Kingdom, there were bullfights as in the Iberian Peninsula...

My best wishes, Carles Vilar.

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Wed, 30 Jul 2003 23:07:13 GMT
 Basque = Iberian = Etruscan = Linear A (Minoic)

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> I have read Minoicos, Cretenses y Vascos by Antonio Arniz & Jorge Alonso
> (Ed. Complutense S.A.) acquired in the spanish bol.com... The main issue is
> that 4000 years ago, there was a linguistical continuity in the Mediterrenean
> area. I suggest this book, it is not fantasious, it apports toponomical,
> cultural, genealogical and overall linguistical evidences (500 words per each
> idiom) and translations. With the help of the basque tongue, Linear A and the
> Disk of Phaistos can be read.

> A-TA-NO-BO-SU-IA-KI-SU-KA-RE-IA-SA-SA-RA  in Linear A would represents in
> basque ATEAN BOO SU IAKI SU KARE IAS AS ARA or "Sliping in the Fire's Door,
> cooking.net">food for the flames of fire, escaped towards the Night's Region."

> Similar examples in Iberian or Phaistos.
> In the Mino's Kingdom, there were bullfights as in the Iberian Peninsula...

> My best wishes, Carles Vilar.

 Dear Carles,

Thanks for giving notice of this book. The idea of some "linguistical
continuity in the Mediterranean area" has already been advocated by some
linguists, and cannot be dismissed "a priori". But I am afraid that some
of Arndiz and Alonzo's arguments are very weeak : 1)- The READING of the
Linear A inscriptions is not sure : in particular, their values BO and SU
seem doubtful to me.  2)- concerning the Phaistos Disk, it has been shown
by Jean Faucounau as belonging to a DIFFERENT "Troyano-Cycladic" (and
therefore not properly "Mediterranean") Civilization.. See for a short
summary of
his work the link : <http://www.geocities.com/dilos.geo/v002.htm> .

Regards

grapheus

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Thu, 31 Jul 2003 02:19:23 GMT
 
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