В.А.Чудинов

Расшифровка славянского слогового и буквенного письма

Февраль 1, 2007

Runica and the Alphabet Writing

Автор 11:10. Рубрика Статьи на английском языке

Interpretation. The coin contains all the necessary data: the continent is Europe (in Slavic РУСЬ), United Empire is Rome, the land is Noricum, the mint place is Trst (Triest), the ethnic is Slovenians, the super-ethnic is Slavs, the main gods are Makosh, Zhiva, Perun, the main cultural values are images (ЛИКИ) and writing (РУНЫ), the name of the artifact is coin, the kind of the coin is warrior (predecessor of the Russian spearman, after whom the coin was named КОПЕЙКА), the grade of coin value is silver coin (СРЕБРЕННИК). A lot of the words was repeated. The quality of the minting stamps going to the micro-script is striking.

The Slovenian name of the town Triest

Fig. 15. The Slovenian name of the town Triest

Commentaries. The investigators assume that Noricum began to mint the own coin later then Rome. Jožko Šavli writes about this so: «The Norici minted their own coins from the first half of the first century BC onward. Characteristic were their large silver coins of two types: those from west Noricum’s mint at Štalenska gora (Magdalensberg), and east Noricum’s mint at Celje, Slovenia»29. But in our case we deal with the mint shop of Triest two centuries earler. The Slovenian name Trst is obvious from the “amber way” map30. When the coin were minted later in other places the first coin minted town Trst was probably forgotten.

Runica on the earlier armor from Slovenia. From earlier time it was kept armour with the inscriptions which will be analyzed. Doing commentaries of this time Ivan Tomažič wrote: «The military invasion was absent. In the Halstatt epoch in the graves we see the warrior’s equipment... In the VI century BC there was so called Scythian invasion into Pannonia plane. But Scythians kept to stay here as the inhabitants. About any another ethnics or invasions on Slovenian land we do not know»31. The Archaeological Dictionary writes about Halstatt: «It is the culture and the period of the Iron Age of Europe named after the grave place in the every named locality (near 50 km east from Salzburg, Austria). From 3 000 graves the majority refers to the Iron Age (Halstatt and Halstatt-La Tene period). In Halstatt were found the salt mines in which galleries well kept the cadavers, clothing, and the work instruments of the Late Bronze and Developed Iron Ages. In the archeology of Europe are allotted Halstatt A (XII-X centuries BC), Halstatt B (X-VIII centuries BC) and Halstatt C (VII century BC). The iron appeared in Halstatt C. The dead men were buried in the carts or in the dead men houses under the tumulus. The bronze or iron swords are characteristic, on which handles was placed an original winged tip. In the graves one can meet the luxurious things from the Etruscan and Old Greek towns. The Halstatt end is dated with the V century BC»32. And Jožko Šavli adds: «The bearers of Halstatt culture, as already shown, come from Venetic Urnfield ancestry. They were not Illyrians, as German authors assumed up to the 1960’s. The Vindelician group, formed in the western region, was settled predominantly in what is today Swabia and Bavaria. After the V century BC they succumbed to the Celts advancing out of western Swizerland and eastern France. Though merging with them in some degree, the Veneti kept their identity and name into Roman times»33.

Thus from the position of the German scolars the bearers of Halstatt culture were Illyrians, whereas the Slovenian authors take them for Veneti. But this problem is easy to be solved, if we shall read the inscriptions on the armor of the Halstatt time.

The warrior armor from Stichna of the VII century BC

Fig. 16. The warrior armor from Stichna of the VII century BC

Let us examine the warrior armor from Stichna of the VII century BC, ill. 1631. As usual the inscriptions on the photograph are so little distinguishable that the drawings were preferable. Such drawing made by me I suggest here. Watching at it we see disorderly inscriptions, as it is usually on the Slavic artifacts. Our reading we begin with the biggest and brightest inscriptions. (On the drawings first is the whole composition, then is the same, but organized in line, then transcription and transliteration).

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