Careful! This post is not a decipherment or reading of any actual written content of Tartaria tablets. Given that the signs do not belong to a single writing system but to several, the page has a purely didactic character. Its role is to try and test different writings. The signs on the tablets belong to several writing systems over a long period of time and which have been used in different geographical areas. In none of the trials did the signs fall into a single type of writing, there always remained signs that came from other writings (or from the unknown). Most of the signs come from the Sumerian proto-wedge-shaped ones. The signs in the upper half of the round tablet seem to come from archaic Greek writing. This “collection” of signs seems to be the fruit of one’s rich imagination. , he had only vague notions about writing in general and it is not known what were his intentions or he was after. There are many elements of inconsistency as well as others that take the tablets out of the usual patterns and norms of honest logic, writing and intentions. ========== From Moonlight in Romania: The Tărtăria Tablets

Said “H” because the closest to nowday’s letter are archaic greek Heta/Eta and greek and latin H.In fact in sumerian proto-cuneiform we have the signs: ga2, 458


<< K?AThe Sumerian sign (Jaritz #458) depicts a ‘tubular basket‘; a variant, #458a, tapers toward the top; both have top-covers; both presumably and read ga2 (among others). Another recorded reading for it is pisan, which means ‘basket’ but perhaps also ‘*shallow tray‘.An archaic variant form for Sumerian sign above (Jaritz #458),  Jaritz #458a, looks very much as if it could be the ‘head’ without the hair and neck we see in Jaritz #15 under K?XA; and therefore might be a sign for ‘jaw’; but it also may be just another shape of ‘basket’.>> sign “GA2

and sign “GUR” :

For the right sign, the closest is

Note. there are also another sign as “BUR”

but that one above “GAR” is the closest (has not so fewer additional strokes inside) sign “BUR”


— sign GA2/ *gá meaning —– › Vessels_and_o… (PDF) Vessels and other containers for the storage of food according … 1 – A selection of container signs in the proto- cuneiform record. … scribed within the box- shaped container is purely graphical. sign GA2 . › PAPVB_13 › Ha…PDF Sumerian Lexicon – IS MUNI 11 aug. 1999 — ñá: basket; house; stable (cf., ñar) [GA2 archaic frequency › PAPVB_13 › Gl…PDF a gal[help]; a gal[strong]; a gar[defeat] – IS MUNI 1. cella 2. bedroom 3. a ritual building 4. the sanctuary … Akk. damšillu “(a kind of cucumber )?; plant name” … GA2: ga2. 1. house 2. station (of the moon)? 3. room 4. house-lot. 5. estate. › Interpreting_J… (DOC) Interpreting John.A. Halloran’s Sumerian Lexicon … A. Halloran’s Sumerian Lexicon – version – 3. … *gá: basket; house; stable (cf., gar) [GA2 archaic frequency: 125; concatenation of 5 sign …

—- sign GAR/ninda meaning —-

Shulgi Sumerian – Beer types and ingredients in the Old … › shulgisumerian › posts › beer-ty… Emmer is also well attested in protocuneiform documents, though not as an … This sign combination consists of the sign GAR, originally representing a barley ration ….It has been mentioned already that the sign GAR is commonly interpreted as a term “ninda” designating “bread.

Between Feasts and Daily Meals. Towards an … – › fub188 › Seiten111_141 PDFprotocuneiform sign that represents a bevelled-rim bowl: Beveled-rim bowls used for the disbursement of rations represented by the sign GAR which could be used to designate a ration of a certain size or, in a semantically defined sign combination, an institution. GAR, JAR: n., storeroom; form, appearance (to be + to send) [GAR archaic frequency: 409]. v., to store, accumulate; to deliver, deposit; to put, place, set down upon; to make, establish


In proto-cuneiform, a “D” shape with a single internal stripe is GAR, which came to mean “storeroom; to form.” …. There is another “D” whose meaning one should consider, this one found among the Luwian hieroglyphs.  In this case, the rounded side faces downward, with the flat side up.  Its meaning is CAELUM, “sky.”  This “D” shape contains a single stripe paralleling the flat side and four short strokes perpendicular to the stripe.  These last four join the stripe and the flat side of the “D.”  Variants of the proto-cuneiform GAR also include short strokes at a 90 degree angle to the long internal stripe.  The “b” variant has two and the “a” variant three.Proto-Elamite contains a single sign that is essentially “D” shaped, again with the rounded side downward, flat side upward (M378).  There are, in addition, two stripes inside the “D” that parallel the flat side, each stripe also extending a bit beyond the edges of the “D” shape.  Also, inside the basic “D” shape is another, smaller “D” shape that shares the same flat side.  The meaning of this sign is unknown.Linear B includes a single sign resembling a backward “D.”  It has no internal stripes and must represent the crescent moon, as its meaning is “month.”  One might assume that this simpler sign could not share the same meaning as the Indus sign, because the ancient Greek symbol has no internal striping.  And what could internal stripes represent, in a depiction of the moon?  However, internal striping may not be meaningful in itself in the Indus symbol.  Many signs in this system contain internal striping, as do occasional pictorial elements.

========= both signs GA2 and GAR ===

basket; house; stable;. 2. station (of the moon)? 3. room 4. house-lot. 5. estate. + Ninda=bread, storeroom; form, appearance; to store, accumulate; to deliver, deposit; to put, place, set down upon; to make, establish

It seems that kind form of property, storage,HOUSEHOLD + FOOD deliver,exhibit,operating › search › archival… Rezultate de pe web CDLI-Archival View – CDLI – Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative 4. abgal |GA2xGAR| ABGAL – The seven sages in Sumerian mythology sent to the earth by Enki at the beginning of time to give human beings the sacred `me‘ (laws) of civilization. They were also known, by the Akkadians and Babylonians, as The Apkallu or the Apkallu Fish and are depicted with the body of a fish and the head of a man or with the torso of a fish and human arms, legs and head, sometimes with and sometimes without wings.  In the Babylonian tradition, the Apkallu also appear as Griffins or simply as humans with wings. The Abgal carry a bucket and a cone of incense for purification purposes. By name, they were Adapa (the first man) Uan-dugga, En-me-duga, En-me-galanna, En-me-buluga, An-enlilda and Utu-abzu. › doc › rechnik-sume… Rezultate de pe web rechnik sumerskog | Nature – Scribd 18 feb. 2011 — F. Karahashi, Sumerian Compound Verbs 75. a tal[engulf?]; a … GA2. GAR: ĝa2ĝar; ga2gar. ĝeš [PENIS] GA2: ĝa2; ga2. › PAPVB_13 › Gl…PDF Rezultate de pe web a gal[help]; a gal[strong]; a gar[defeat] – IS MUNI bisagnindagar [BASKET]. GA2.GAR.GAR: bisagninda-gar; pisag-ninda-gar. 1. bread basket › قاموس_المفيد… (DOC) قاموس المفيد لطالب السومرية | Farouk Nasir Al-Rawi – Academia … AB) KID) underground basket weaver water { freq. … pisaĝninda-ĝar 6} [N] (GA2-GAR– ‫نوع من‬ GAR) ‫منشدي أو مؤبدي‬ bread basket

CONCLUSION: FOOD, GRAIN CROP-BREAD – (offering ?) related RITUAL … notice the sacramental bread=bun/wafer/loaf of bread shaped clay tablet

(PDF) Akkadian Loanwords in Sumerian Revised | Vladimir … › Akkadian_Loanwords_in_Sumerian…This count yields 3, 7% of Akkadian loanwords for Sumerian words beginning … AHw: 888) (Adj) CaCCiuC 143. gagartum = kakkartum ‘a type of bread‘ (MAD 3: ..

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