LABRYS.Supposed name for Mycenaean double-axe.New proposal/connection



Reconstruction:Proto-Indo-European/tep- – Wiktionary

Proto-Indo-European[edit]. Etymology[edit]. Has been derived from Proto-Kartvelian *ṭep-, *ṭp- (“to warm, keep warm”). However, the direction of the borrowing may be opposite, or both forms may be cognates within the controversial Nostratic macrofamily together with Proto-Afro-Asiatic *dp-, *dpr- (“heat, fire”).

From long time schollars whirlpooled their minds and got out sparks as pieces of flint wich are hitting.
At the origin was Plutarch .He related that the word labrys was a Lydian word for “axe”: Λυδοὶ γὰρ ‘λάβρυν’ τὸν πέλεκυν ὀνομάζουσι.[2].

The problem, clearly, is the difference between the Mycenaean da-pu2-ri-to-jo and the classical Greek laburinthos, from which our word ‘labyrinth’ comes: why does the Mycenaean form start with d- not l-, and how does the sign transcribed as pu2 correspond to b?
The Minoan Double Axe
As mentioned, the labrys is often associated with the Minoans. There is no doubt that, on Crete, the double axe was an important cultic symbol.[8] However, there is no evidence to link the word labrys with this Minoan symbol.
….…The bigger problem is reading pu2 as “bu.” In every case where a word spelled using that sign can be identified with a known Greek word, the reading is invariably “fu” (i.e. , an aspirated unvoiced labial). The only place where it might be thought to represent “bu” is in this very word, based entirely on the thought that it should be read as a form of labyrinth.[5]In a vacuum, this word would be read , or something similar. There is, therefore, no certain link with either the labrys or the labyrinth.

But see: lat. Labrum/labra/dolabra :”(with)lip,lips>plural/double-edged,lips pick-axe
No people is older than another as long as the origin is a couple in Africa.
Latin has some-how older traits as greek has to the roots of P.I.E.
Maybe some of ancestors (LUDUS) lived in Anatolia(Lidia).
Also latin is not long-distance but related to Akkadian.
Akkadian was as SEMERANO said kind of lingua-nostra in Near-East&Eastern Aegean area.
As dolabra has nothing to do with nostratic roots PAL,SEC wich are at the base of hitting,splitting,e.g. PELEKUS
So akkadian terms had nothing to do with axe:
labīru  [LIBIR :  , TIL :  ]  (f. labīrtu,  labīštu)
Cf. labāru
Variants : labru
old ; previous, former ; old-established ; kīma labīrīšu according to its original (of a tablet)
So akkadian LABRU means ger.UR- or gr. ARCH-

archaeo-, archeo-, archae-, arche-, archa-, archi-, -arch … – Word Info
Greek: original [first in time], beginning, first cause, origin, ancient, primitive, from the beginning; most basic.

So LABRUS (LABRYS)=LABRU as DOLABRA it is not related to proper-axe but to properti double-rimmed has nothing to do with the axe roots,and means
In KIEV there are old catacombs, with hundred of skulls,name LAVRA origin LABRU:”old”
Romanian ,a pali:to hit” PALOS:big doble-edged sword” secure:”ax” Baltag,little mountain’s men kind of axe.
Possible I will show you how
Dapu from dapuritoio is not related directly to ax,but to strong,stronhold
In a same way in wich rom.TOPOR is axe DAPUR in extreme could ment the same.
DAPA TAPA TABA daba-dava,tabarna labarna
Tabarna<> sum.tibira
Maximillien De LafayetteTibira: Sumerian. Noun. a-A sculptor. b-Maker of statues. Tibira: Sumerian. Noun. A metal worker. Tibira: Sumerian. Noun. a-A wood artisan. b-A wood crafsman. Tibira: Sumerian. Noun. A blacksmith. Tibira: Sumerian. Noun. A blacksmith. A metal artisan. Tibira: Sumerian. Noun. A blacksmith.

Romanian a TABARA:” attack with much-full-exceeding force” TABARA :”camping”
But Dapuritoyo could be related to snskr.pura,puri village city
Gr,pyr bonfire
They have the same origin as bonfire/hearth
Peh2wr bonfire Hittite pahhur, Tocharian por/puwar, Ancient Greek pur, Umbrian pir, Old Norse furr, English fir/fire, Polish perzyna, Old Armenian(hur), German fiur/Feuer, Old Prussian panno, Oscan purasiai, Gothic fon,Czechpyr

So dapuritoyo=
Da:”give,it is:

it is place of strong fire hearth
(in romania vatra satului=hearth of village=place/center of village)
The very place from utmost ancient times where was kept continously the fire and people could take=ancient ,hot, spiritual ,ancestor place/center.
Place of underground/underwold fire the place of the God=(underworld,night) SUN
At the origin the labyrinth was related to world and life matrix.
Intestine-like meanders are related to matrix,uterus,entrails,mother and matter.Never be entirely known, meander-like,mysterious aspect of life and Universe.
In Vinca-Turdas Culture,

As in well-known hit,”Earth wind an fire” these elements were close-related and intricated in most ancient times relation of human-kind with Universe
Earth:”the strong base,bassement”
Wind: “anemo,spirit,gods”
Fire:”ultimate conditition for and life itself”
LABYRINTH is much related to lat.LABOR (hard,consuming work,toil,trouble)and elaborate,laboratory.The part LAB is related to limbs edges (labia,vulva birth and palm LABA) and think with akk.labru,labaru:”old”
Consuming<devour,voraceus>gr.BORO (ouroboros”devouring tail”
LABUR/LABOR-place LABYRinthos inthos:”inde,into,place”
The sumerian Bur,BURU
Sum.bùru(-d), bùr: n., opening; receptacle; hole; mine; depth (Akk. buuru ‘cistern, well’, cf., Orel & Stolbova #164, *ba’Vr-/*bu’Vr- “well, pit”; could also be Sumerian from, ub4 , ‘cavity, hole’, + úr, ‘floor’ – the u vowel especially correlates with round objects or openings). v., to receive; to bore through, pierce; to break into (a house)
!! You have cavity holes with floors ? !

mean the same as PIE roots BOR/BUR
Cavity,to perforate,make hole,hole
Rom.BURta:”belly” BURUiana:”weed” perforate-up BORcan:”jar” BorBorosi”murmure,sound like air bubbles cumming up from water)
The labyrinth itself is an undergrund abode&shrine for humans an place of toil and torment.
TARTARUS – Pit Beneath the Earth of Greek Mythology
The protogenos (primordial deity) Tartaros scarcely figures in myth and was a purely elemental deity, i.e. the pit itself instead of an anthropomorphic god. Later, classical writers re-imagined Tartaros as a hellish prison-house for the damned conflating it with Homer’s Haidean chamber of torments.

Gr.tartaros an cruel ruller and also the place of continous toil,the hell itself.
Tartor,tartaros:”fierce,fierry tyrranic despotic ruller”
tartor – definiție | dexonline
TÁRTOR, tartori, s. m. Căpetenia dracilor; p. gener. drac. ♢ Fig. Conducătorul unei tagme, al unui grup, care conduce cu severitate, despotic. ♢ Fig. Om fără scrupule, care își impune voința, care terorizează, care comite fapte reprobabile.

Prehistoric Dacia, Nicolae Densusianu, 1913 | Translations | Languages

Greek, was born in the mountains of Dacia, between Buzau and the Iron Gates. The great temple …… such a fundamental way the populations called Indo-European, overthrow all the hypotheses of linguistics about their …… From its primitive meaning the word Tartaros was identical with the archaic Latin “tata” (in folk Latin father)

The Hell of Tartarus, Ancient Greek Prison of the … – Ancient Origins…/hell-tartarus-ancient-greek-prison-damned-005527
In Greek mythology, Tartarus is the name both of a deity and of a place. The deity by the name of Tartarus is a primordial being that existed before the Olympian gods, and their predecessors, the Titans. This primordial being is not very well known, as it features rarely in Greek myths.
Tartarus was not a deity of the Pit, but the Pit itself.

Skrt.PURA,PURI gr.PYR and lat.PURO also root PAL>pelekus:”axe” are relate also to “split,divide,division”.and “fire”
Splitting dividing of earth,of fire and of populations
So, pura,pyr,demos,peleg and pelekus are related From Proto-Indo-European *pewH- (“to cleanse, purify”)

Also funeral pile,pyre are depp related to religion

So lat.
rogus m (genitive rogī); second declension
1.A funeral pile
2.(figuratively) The grave
Lat.Rogus funeral pile grave is direct related to rogare(ask for,pray) asin
rom/RUG:”fire pile” a ruga :”to ask for,pray”

Latin PRUTANEUM place where fire is kept and distributed PYR-teneum:fire-keep

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