Refference to a people on Tartaria tablet !?


Interpreting a portion of the Tartaria round tablet, the row of signs/sequence “DDoo” interpreted as sumerian proto-cuneiform signs, revealed:                                                               D D signs = “GAR-GAR”                                                                                                                  This gar-gar has meanings :”pile up, heap, accumulation, lay/lie down, swarm“.

From https://en.bab.la/dictionary/english-romanian/heap?fbclid=IwAR3zhrKpp1G7TkBscOpKamHJ9pSJywiQiMKCO0ZgY_LWYwjWeuGxPXjoeQ4

From https://www.cambridge.org › books                                                                                 The Reduplicated Present (Chapter 4) – Origins of the Greek Verb                                            << … In practical terms, the positive evidence of the reduplicated … on γαργαίρω ‘swarm with‘ < *gar-gar-i̯e/o >> 

From https://documents.tips › sumeria…   sumerian – DOCUMENTS.TIPS
< Sumerian grammar. … ga-ga instead of gar-gar);>

… Not to say that signs “o o” is the sumerian NIGIN:”whole, encircle, roaming about..”, etc.                                                                                                                                                           If Gar-Gar is sending us to a people, who they could be ??                                                                ———————————–                                                                                                                         From  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gargara?fbclid=IwAR1f9bZxibwr7d0oseZbO7qQP1qsY4Q0LG_9uPyHg4cPpkqU0gg7iff8x28                                                                                                                                                               “Gargara (Ancient GreekΓάργαρα) was an ancient Greek city on the southern coast of the Troad region of Anatolia. It was initially located beneath Mount Gargaron, one of the three peaks of Mount Ida                                                                                                                 …..The anonymous author of On Rivers thought that Gargara was Mount Ida’s previous name, while the Latin poet Valerius Flaccus used it as a learned way of referring to Ida. The Etymologicum Magnum explains the name of Gargaron either as deriving from the verb γαργαρίζειν (‘to gargle’) on account of the springs thought to bubble up on the summit (an inference taken from Homer’s reference to ‘many-fountained Ida’ in conjunction with Gargaron), or as deriving from γαργαρέων (‘uvula‘) on account of the mountain’s shape.[10]                                                                                                                       …… In the 7th century BCE the poet Alcman said that the settlement was inhabited by Leleges, an Anatolian people, but this may simply be an inference from Homer’s remark elsewhere in the Iliad that the whole southern coast of the Troad was inhabited by Leleges.”

From https://books.google.ro › books Encyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, … 1810 · Encyclopedias and dictionaries
<GARGANUS, in ancient geography … GARGA’ REON, [Greek; from ny-y, gargar, Arab. or H +)-2, gargarah, Heb. ) The uvula, or .>

From opusmagnum.org › 2018/05PDF The origin of pagan idolatry ascertained from historical …                                                                                                                                              <- Opus Magnum Justin and Strabo as preceding the Assyrian empire ktiowii to the. Greeks … Plutarch, this ark was itself a … cial name of the highest peak of Ida is Gargarus or Gargar: >

From https://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Mount-Ida-Turkey                                                                                 From https://books.google.ro › books Sumerian Grammar in Babylonian Theory
Jeremy A. Black · 1991 · Language Arts & Disciplines
“The forms of verb used in the examples listed above are gar, dull, gub, gal, hi’1l-hill, gar-gar (for the commoner kar-kar”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    From akira.ruc.dk › PublicationsPDF Til SaT({ og Janne 3 36                                                       <Literally, the Sumerian gar-gar means something like “to lay down (gar) repeatedly>

From https://www.jstor.org › stable
artificial language in ancient mesopotamia — a dubious and a less dubious … – jstor
by J HØYRUP ·
<gar.gar is a common logogram in mathematical texts for kamarum, … Proto- cuneiform, indeed, was not created in an attempt to render.;                                                              Sumerian origin) that corresponds to the Akkadian word eqlum (as can be seen in … kamârum, translated “to accumulate“, is a symmetric additive operation that …>>

From https://is.muni.cz › PAPVB_13 › Mi…
CHAPTER 2 Sumerian PIOTR MICHALOWSKI 1. HISTORICAL
Thus, EG g corresponds to ES m (EG gar ~ ES mar “to place”), or EG d corresponds to … si-si “to fill,” ur ~ ur.ur “to drag”), while CVC roots are reduced to CV (gar ~ ga.ga .”to place
                                                                                                                                                                   From https://books.google.ro › books La toponymie antique: actes du colloque de Strasbourg, T. Fahd · 1977 · Mediterranean Region
… encore qu’on puisse reconnaître dans cet élément une terminaison hittite en -il, que l’on … à la forme redoublée gar-gar le «très grand dieu céleste», en l’occurrence Zeus,
dont on …
                                                                                                                                                                     From johncolarusso.net › pdf › Ma…PDF Web results Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics Making … – John Colarusso by A Mayor · 2012 · Cited by 45 · Related articles According to Plutarch, Herodotus, and others, Anacharsis, a … Gargareans, Γαργαρείς— comes from the ancient Georgian word gargar “apricot”. (apricots … Gargareans, Strabo .
                                                                                                                                                              From gsaz.az › Total_(kitab)-asasPDF B. A. BUDAGOV G. A. GEYBULLAYEV EXPLANATORY DICTIONARY OF … by GA GEYBULLAYEV                                                                                       <200 thousand ones in Gars, Ardahan and Arzrum provinces of Eastern … name of that mountain consists of the name of Gargar tribe – Turkish … and tamar – a land heap, little hill>
 From  Caucasian Knot | The Vainakh Tribes in Ancient Times
 www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.eu › articles 
<<Some information about the ancestors of the Chechens and Ingushes however can be found in the writings of the ancient epoch as well. Thus it is worthy of note that the name of the Gargar people is mentioned in the “Geography” by Strabo, as well as by Pliny Senior and Plutarch (1st – 2nd centuries A.D.). The Gargars became localized in the North-Eastern Caucasus in the neighbourhood of the Ghels and Leghs (Daghestan tribes), as well as of the Siraks, a Sarmatian tribe. It is to be supposed that in Gargars is retraced the ethnical community with the Vainakhs as this term (“gargar” in Ingush, and “gergera” in Chechnyan) exists today and means “relatives”, “kinsfolk”. According to some scientists even the name “Galgay”, the present Ingushes gave themselves, is associated with the ethnic name of the Gargars.>>
From https://books.google.ro › books
A Dictionary of Ancient Geography: Explaining the Local …
Alexander MacBean · 1773 · Classical geography
… of mount Garganus, Strabo ; projecting into the sea three hundred stadia. … Gargar, the original word, denotes grain, Bo- chart
From https://books.google.ro › books
Ancient History of Central Asia: Yuezhi origin Royal Peoples: … Adesh Katariya · 2007
<<… Asia worth different names like Khazar, Guzar, Gargar, Gusar, and Gusarova etc. … The geographical term Tokharistan usually refers to 1st millennium Bactria (Chinese Daxia)>>
                                                                                                                                                           From https://www.eng.kavkaz-uzel.eu › ar…
Web results
Caucasian Knot | The Vainakh Tribes in Ancient Times
Jan 14, 2004 · Some information about the ancestors of the Chechens and Ingushes however can be found in the writings of the ancient epoch as well. Thus it is worthy of note that the name of the Gargar people is mentioned in the “Geography” by Strabo, as well as by Pliny Senior and Plutarch (1st – 2nd centuries A.D.).
                                                                                                                                                                  From https://www.azer.com › 131_amazons
<Amazons Legends in History: Fearless Women Warriors in Life and …
There were 26 different tribes in Albania including Udi, Sodi, Gargar(Gagarians) and Gardman. … Today we know about Albania from ancient Greek and Roman historians such as Pliny (23 AD to 79 AD), Ptolemy (100 AD to 170 AD), Strabo (64/63 BC to 23 AD), Plutarch (46 AD-after 119 AD).>
                                                                                                                                                                 From https://www.forgottenbooks.com › …PDF
Earliest Historical Period to the Present Time Embracing a … – Forgotten Books
Plutarch, the charming biographer Of antiquity . Ancient Rome pro … Diodorus and Pliny con … Karkar, or Gargar, … Curtius as three hundred and sixty-eight stadia; Strabo as three
                                                                                                                                                                From anl.az › Kitab › 2018/02PDF HISTORY OF AZERBAIJAN by D ISMAILOV ·              <Gerger (Gargar) and Alban, Hun, Khazar, Sabir and Oghuz tribes lived … According to the ancient Greek historian Strabo, the State of. Atropatena … Plutarch wrote that the..>
                                                                                                                                                          From www.heritageinstitute.com › …PDF
Sykes’ History of Persia – Zoroastrian Heritage
Strabo, xi. 7. 3. Albania is the valley of the Cyrus, the modern Kur, on which … Vide Pliny, H.N. xviii. … The Karun—or rather its artificial branch, the Ab-i-. Gargar. —is navigable
                                                                                                                                                                     From https://is.muni.cz › Potts_2009PDF bevel-rim bowls and bakeries: evidence and explanations from iran and … – IS MU by D Potts ·
<shapes of the Uruk period in his classic study of the “Sumerian problem” … 6), east of the Gargar in eastern Khuzestan (Moghaddam.>
From https://www.researchgate.net › 2917…
(PDF) The prehistory of a dispersal: The Proto-Afrasian (Afroasiatic) farming …
<and Sumerian on the other (Militarev 1984a;. 1995 … dough, quantity of flour used for one person’s meal’ … (Kraft; <*gargar-); >
                                                                                                                                                                      From Khuzestan Province – Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Khuzestan_Province
     <As the Iranian province with the oldest history, it is often referred to as the “birthplace of the nation”, as this is where the history of the Elamites begins. Historically, one of the most important regions of the Ancient Near East, Khuzestan is what historians refer to as ancient Elam, whose capital was in Susa. The Achaemenid Old Persian term for Elam was Hujiyā when they conquered it from the Elamites, which is present in the modern name. Khuzestan, meaning “the Land of the Khuz”, refers to the original inhabitants of this province, the “Susian” people (Old Persian “Huza” or Huja, as in the inscription at the tomb of Darius the Great at Naqsh-e Rostam). They are the Shushan of the Hebrew sources where they are recorded as “Hauja” or “Huja”. In Middle Persian, the term evolves into “Khuz” and “Kuzi“.>
                                                                                                                                                              From https://books.google.ro › books The Epoch Point Spencer Zimmerman ·
It is in the great capital city of Susa, or Chogha Zanbil as some call it, or Choga Zambil … Perhaps it is because of confusing linguistics that the capital city of Elam is now called Shush
                                                                                                                                                      CONCLUSION
                                                                                                                                                               The suspected people is related to:                                                                                                    – the origin of sumerians, sought to come from Asia, Iran area  (Khuzestan, Susa)                 – to sumerians itself                                                                                                                              – ancient proto-elamitecivilization                                                                                                    – people wich probably migrated from?/to Anatolia/Troad area/Ida M-tn =======================
                                                                                                                                                              Folowing map, from ELAM i. The history of Elam http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/elam-i 
                                                                                                                                                              From Yet Another Suggestion about the Origins of the Sumerian Language Evangelos Papakitsos Ioannis Kenanidis
Abstract
The Sumerian language still keeps the prestigious position of being the first ever written
language. In this paper there are some presented linguistic data and examples, suggesting that the Sumerian is not a language isolate, as it is regarded so far, but that it may be classified as an r-Altaic language of the Bolgar branch. A proposed methodology for deducing such an inference is also presented, along with the outcomes of its application in the form of thirty-nine phonological rules.
Keywords: Sumerian, Chuvash, Bolgar, r-Altaic

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