I am studing this very tablet from more than 10 years.Soon I was attracted bewitched/enchanted by the apparent close appearance of signs to those of archaic greek. (signs archaic eta=Heta; zeta,etc.)                                                                                                    Despite my effortts, even I found most of the signs in
-archaic greek or in
-cretan hieroglyphics/linear A/B or in
-other e.g. venetic,iberian etc.
They could not depass in every writings an average percentage of say 80-85% of signs.
– For archaic greek,could not explain such early appearance of D-shape signs.Also the bow-arrow sign and “>>” sign.                                                                                                            – For cretan hierogliphic show an archaic primitive egyptian/anatolian anatolian-influenced writing.Also D-shape, bow-arrow, and not full-matching of signs/icons placed right-downward quarter.                                                                                                                     – For carian most of the signs were found.Highest average ! 90%. But pitty, not all signs!. Dificulty arouse not because one it is supposed to expect, say cannot find signs, but by cause they  used different signs-shapes-letterss-readings in different ages and places, despite their very greek origin.Not even talk about the carian language wich is partly understood only be 1-2 men (e.g.Adiego) out of entire world.  There are in total 25 carian alphabets. So the writing and the language are every taken in part difficult and both combined a GREAT MESS.                                                                                   – Other European writings as italic-venetic,iberian ond others from Europe had show an phenomenom like frome some phoenician source dispersed out of control of supposed original signs usage. table, from 

No one writing system could be found/read entirely.
Don’t believe, this happened much easy when used the proto-cuneiform sumerian library of signs.
It seems that sumerians begin to use signs, sumerians allready wrote novels before aegeans passed from cretan hieroglyphic to linear A> linear B.
There are hundred/thousends years when they used writing before Aegean/Europe begun to choose change between signs and use of writing.(3000 BC sumerian proto hierogliphic 2000-1500 cretan hieroglyphic linear A.).
Despite this difficulty, only for comparison purposes I made all approaches to try to read and to compare the results.                                                                                             https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSD5kOPzyRbCx16SOHNYI_JFdR5kACAdzi4Fc_rqu4_ayIAqf0u                        http://aplaceofbrightness.blogspot.ro/2008/11/moonlight-in-romania-tartaria-tablets_21.html

See the red sign http://cristianluchian.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/cristian_luchian_tartaria_tablets.jpg

Tart RED

This shape is conducting me (and not a single opinion)to the idea of kind of portable altar with flames on upper side:

The sign in a way is close to cretan hieroglyphic sign DE, (180deg turned/upside down)

Table,from http://www.kairatos.com.gr/linear1.htm

But much close is linear A(also upside-down),sign AB 45

Note.Overall shape of the tablet (cross in circle) is above linear A shape AB77.
But much close to before discussed sign is the linear A DE sign
in normal position and in other occurencies turned upside-down


On the right,

From THE MYCENAEAN TREE AND PILLAR CULT AND ITS MEDITERRANEAN RELATIONS. A.EVANS http://www.archaeologicalresource.com/Books_and_Articles/Tree_and_Pillar_Cult_Medit_Evans_1901/Tree_and_Pillar_Cult-Mediterranean_Evans.html http://www.archaeologicalresource.com/Books_and_Articles/Tree_and_Pillar_Cult_Medit_Evans_1901/images/image58.png


.Fig. 54. – Symbols derived from the Egyptian Ankh. 1. The Ankh. 2. Two-armed Egyptian Form. 3 and 4. Hittite Types. 5. From Mycenaean Ring. 6. On Carthaginian Stele.

Close to linear A, AB 80 “E”,or “RI”
See E signs shape, especially that one down-middle-one

Or even linear A, “MA” (having included a horizontal ligature?)

The sign has appearance of a female deity:

Minoan snake goddess figurines – Revolvy
The snake goddess’s Minoan name may be related with A-sa-sa-ra, a possible interpretation of inscriptions found in Linear A texts. Although Linear A is not yet deciphered, Palmer relates tentatively the inscription a-sa-sa-ra-me which seems to have accompanied goddesses, with the Hittite išhaššara, which means …


Syrio-Hittite Venus 18-1000 BC Central and southwest Anatolia northern Syria
The goddess Astarte is much like the contemporary Venus we see on Cyprus. Large holes apparently for ring decoration (referred to as being “pegged”), palm sized with stubby arms are a common style among other cultures too. The pinched face is found on the stubby armed figurines as well as the pillar shaped statuettes.




Greek Mycenaean PSI type terracotta female, 1300-230 B.C.
with upraised arms and dark brown decorations; it shows
that the Minoan civilization was much more advanced, but
the very same idea is depicted here.
Please note the consistent raising of the arms,

The right sign is close to linear A, AB 80 or RI

Hier.DE linA E?
linA AB45 linA AB80
linA DE linA RI
linA MA
Compared vith linear B,

Also,not much difference:Lin.B:


Reading: De ; Ri/E ;
The signs seem to be independent icons, not to be read both as a word
( both signs ,DeRI/RiDe EDE DE-MA ?)

EDE:”gr.here,this one,NOW / lat.2-nd imp. “lat.EAT,feed!/Dispatch !”(gr.edo:I eat)


From https://2.bp.blogspot.com/_DT_WSLrf76g/SSNCIVGnLGI/AAAAAAAAAC4/3y1gwcGR4os/s1600/NEgrid.JPG


Upper sign,(encircled-one)


Sign +++++
Cretan Te,”wheat”

Down, in a row : D D o o (or D D o c ?)

D D :Two months?


D D o o : two monts + 200 ?




See archaic Heta-like sign No.6 “NU”?

Linear A sign “BE”/”PE”?? No!                                                           https://cogniarchae.com/2015/10/29/tartaria-tablets-connection-between-vinca-and-proto-linear-b-script/

(but exact shape of linear B sign PA3)

Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans – CLAS Users
*peh2- ‘protect; feed’ (آHittite:ً pa-ah-sa(pahsa): protect, guards 3sg.Skt. pa-ti ‘protects’) : *peh2-trom / *peh2-dhlom … OPULENT (same root [*op-1] as Lat. opera ‘works’ etc.).

Reconstruction:Proto-Indo-European/peh₂- – Wiktionary
to reconstruct *h₃ … Ancient Greek: πατέομαι (patéomai, “to eat”).

Folowing, the moon-like sign D-shaped
I propose to be read Mi-Ni,Me-No,ME-NA ( the MOON )

https://www.teicrete.gr/daidalika/documents/phaistos_disk/signary.pdf                                  .? (as in me-na. . the moon), or qim (kwi, as in qi-si-pe- e,

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CE%BC%CE%AD%CE%BD%CE%BF%CF%82 Proto-Hellenic *ménos, from Proto-Indo-European *ménos (“mind”

Pe-MeNa ??                                                                                                                                  PEMEN >> gr.phemen see https://www.verbix.com/webverbix/go.php?D1=206&T1=%CF%86%CE%B7%CE%BC%CE%AF
gr.Phemi> phamen, phaimen

If we have linear B “PA3” then PA-MEN >gr.PHAMEN
φημί • (phēmí) https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CF%86%CE%B7%CE%BC%CE%AF
1.I speak, say.
1.I think
2.(of an author) I write
3.(φησί or ἔφη used when quoting, sometimes after another verb of saying) quotations ▼
2.I say yes, agree, affirm, assert
1.(with οὐ) I say no, deny, refuse quotations ▼
2.(φημί or οὕτως φημί as interjection) yes, I would say so

Semantic shift from “protector” towards “shepherd, herder” can be seen in many branches, signifying the importance of herding. Unusual is the o-grade root in Greek ποιμήν (poimḗn, “shepherd, herdsman”),

Mycenaean Greek  (po-me), Latin pascō (“put to graze”), pāstor (“shepherd”), Sanskrit पाति (pā́ti),
My note
Gr.hed>ed (eat) Pa(teomai)(eat)
In PIE ed :to bite=to eat used same root ED related also with teeth (edontos)

ed-, edi- – Word Information
Latin: edere, “to bite, to eat; eating, eatable; consume” … Etymology: from Indo-European ed-, “eat” which produced the basic word for “eat” in many European languages. From Greek edein and Latin edere, “to eat”. eatable (adjective), more eatable, most eatable. Referring to something that is safe toeat: People have to be …

Note also:
Sumerian HEDU:”ornament” (En-hedu-ana),and

use of theses – ANU Repository
b The Greek words ‘hedea’. (‘pleasant-things’} and ‘hedonai’ (‘pleasures’) can denote,. 61 firstly, things or events external to the agent, secondly,. 62 the agent’s bodily sensations, and, thirdly, certain. 61 In Homer, the word ‘hedu’ seems to function in much the same way as ‘gluku’-z’Sweet’), ..

Wich come to kid <=>gr./lat.:hed,hedus= sweet


Picture, from https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcST4uXpqRcb9bf0G2R9ZPKbQSLtZ1tlyirRkwcMIRHtgcLLhyZ9UQ


Upper signs,left-one:” bow-arrow”
Cretan Hieroglyphic A,U?; Linear A SI? / TU/ WA ? Linear B,”ZO”?
NO-one match entirely,only “XE=Kse” from Cypriot syllabary
Next right sign “>>
MNo -one sign in Cretan Hiero,,nor in Liniar A/B ! Match only “Pi” from cypriot syllabary, and linear A > :”TI”
The last,downward it is linear A/B “PA”                                   WA    TiTi

PA                                                or Cypriot:    Xe       Pi

Pa                                                                                                                            No mycenaean word xe-Pi,Pi-Pa or that kind.                                                                           This could be the end of my attempt to read this tablet using Mycenaean signs (Cretan Hieroglyphic/Minoan Linear A/B signs).                                                                                           I cannot take some signs from one writing and other on the tablet from another syllabary or writing.                                                                                                                        This could be a good exemple for proving a writing not partain of one supposed writing system (syllabary in our case)                                                               Pro-argument to use (Mr.Vallance Janke, http://minoablog.blogspot.ro/2010/02/how-to-read-minoan-hieroglyphics.html ):                                                                                                      “And I do agree with the theory that Hieroglyphic signs are ultimately ancestral to the Linear sytems. These include not only Linear A, but also its offsrings outside Crete, such as Linear B in mainland Greece, Cypro-Minoan and Linear C on Cyprus.”

But give another chance: Bow-Arrow:Cretan Hieroglyphic sign 048. From: http://chainimage.com/image/table-of-standardized-cretan-hieroglyphic-signs

Related image

http://minoablog.blogspot.ro/2010/02/how-to-read-minoan-hieroglyphics.html MitchMarch 12, 2011 at 10:54 AM “The Cretan Hieroglyphic Signs and their Suspected
Linear A Equivalents”

#048, 049 ‘archery’ signs (141) = AB41 / si                                                                                        (me):And >> sign cretan Hieroglyphic sign 018:”ru2(rjiu,lu) https://teicrete.gr/daidalika/documents/phaistos_disk/signary_July2017.pdf.  So,

Si             Ru/Rju

 Pa/psa >> Pa:”All

SIRU/SIRJU PA(siteoi-like?)  SIRJU<?>SIRU or SIRJIU<?>SIRU(OSIRIS)?                                                     From the spiritual substratum of bronze age mediterranean & circum pontic …https://issuu.com/alaoupi/docs/-the_spiritual_substratum_of_bronze                               “Apart from Siru or Serio, who represents a ‘sun’ god, there is a lunar / solar trinity including Nopina (in later Greek = Nymph or Maiden), who”

From Sacred and the Profane, The – Dictionary definition of Sacred and the …https://www.encyclopedia.com/environment/encyclopedias…/sacred-and-profane         “In general the synonyms in the IndoEuropean languages for what the metalanguages imply with their contrast between profane and sacred boil down to a … In Babylonian, kug is translated with ellu (“[ritually] pure, bright, free”), mah with siru (“first-rank, exalted”),”      

From Minoan civilization originated in Anatolia! – History Forum ~ All …archive.worldhistoria.com › … › Ancient Mediterranean and Europe

In terms of culture, the Hurrians (like their other relatives the Sumerians), believe in the sky diety ANU. … SIRUTE KERAIZO SIRU to destroy

SIRU PA :”Rase/DESTROY ALL” ? Maybe; as smashing all items(idols) used in ritual? Could be.

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