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Monday, 25 September 2017
Dungeon Mastery: Ancient Egyptian
Some Volcae Phonetics (ul, al, ol, el, il) in Ancient Egyptian...
Word Meaning Volcae form
Amulet A charm etamul (eta-mu being two ancient greek phonetics).
Ashur Uballit king of Assyria litubal (related to the name leto).
lato in dorian greek means disputed,
and Bal is likely Baal. So 'God of Disputes'.
Corbel projection from wall supporting overstructure -bel means strong.
Heliopolis a city hel is associated with words about excavation, gold,
mining, disputes. (Golden Citadel?)
Peleset the sea peoples set-pele (pele meaning citadel/high place)
Athenian celts? 'Set's Citadel'? A geographical
location. Eti (above/beyond; eider duck)
'sea duck' people?
small stone bricks used in temple walls Tel means
support, weigh, measure
; floor/ground. at means
to go a year or ater meaning fire. Small bricks used to
support the weight better? -At-at could be a time word
meaning to 'go a year of years'.
Tumilat wadi connecting eastern arm of nile to bitter lakes
Attu-mil (atto meaning father - mel meaning amongst
many definitions- dark skinned) so 'dark skinned father'.
Ethiopians. Oops...tumilat is in the nile delta so...
mel likely means melon so fathers melon/apple (lets say
father's farm, fathers testicle or adam's apple).
We get a lead on the 'Sea Peoples' eider ducks are Europeans. Volcae Sea Raiders from 'high places beyond'.
Sean Robert Meaney
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