Inscriptions from group lar-
Avtor: Igor Pirnovar

 

Introduction    

 


 

Introduction

Amomg 7000+ Etruscan inscriptions
1100 contain ...lar...  ,
800 contain ...larO...  ,
210 contain ...laris...  !

 

Most of the words from the group lar-
larlarcelarcnalarcnaSlarcnaSa
larcneilarcniallarcunalarecenaslareces
larOlarOalarOaialarOallarOalc
larekelarezullarilarialarial
laricelariceialaricenaslariceslaricesi
larilelariOilarislarisalarisal
larisalisalarisalislalarisalisvlalarisnalaristnal
laristneilaritalarizalarizaclarizaS
larkelarkienaSlarnalarnallarnas
larnelarneilarni
larOalisalarOaliSalarOaliSlalarOalSlarOeal
larOilarOialarOiallarOialclarOiale
larOialisalarOialiSalarOialiSlalarOialisvlelarOias
larOiaSlarOicularOiialarOisalarOisal
larOisaslarOisularOitelarOizalarOl
larOlisalarOnlarOrularOruSlarOu
larOuialarOurlarOurnilarOurniSlarOurSua
larOurSuaiilarOuruslarOuruSlarOuslarOuzale
lartlarzalarzallarziularznal

SeeA: ana-besed/dvlp/Etr/dict/individ-words/lar__-napisi.txt

 


Legend of symbols in Etruscan transcripts

Reading Etruscan transcripts is simple. A look at the table of symbols, at the end of this paragraph should suffice. Otherwise, a short narrative here, may straighten out a wrinkle or two. The only important thing to know is that the capital letter "O" represents a symbol with many meanings, namely it can be the read as Greek "theta"="th", which may have been seen by Etruscans sometimes as either "t" or "s" or sometimes simply as English letter "o". The later, namely, the simple "o" version, being an addition of Slovenian scholars to the Etruscologists way of reading. The capital letter "S" is for the english sound "sh", as in English word "shell", i.e. Slavic letter "Š". The capital letter "X" is used for either velars k, g, h, or palatal ch and for Greek khi. Square brackets "[ ], [...], [--a-]" usually indicate a damaged and missing text. A single square bracket means everything to the right of it (an open bracket "[") - may appear only at the end of the text, or to left of it (a closed bracket "]" - may appear only at the beginning of a text)

Symbols used in my Etruscan transcripts
Symbol Interpretation
"O" (capital o)th, t, s, o
"X" (capital x)k, g, h, ch
"S" (capital s)sh, (š)
"]" (R-bracket)missing / damaged text to the left of the inscription
"[" (L-bracket)missing / damaged text on the right of the inscription
" [ ] (brackets)"missing / damaged text between [ ]
" - " (dash)missing a single character
"x" (lower case x)missing a single character
"." (dot)delimiter between words
";" (semicolon)end of inscription - start of a comment
" " (space)ignore all spaces

 


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