The “names” on the ancient Greek vases are there for everyone to see, but only the Scythic speaking people can read the hidden message of these scytales! What a revealing name! that goes unnoticed by scientists for two and a half thousand years.The small cup from Corinth (1883 or earlier), now in Paris, Louvre MNC 332, has these “names” added to the boxing scene:
ϜΙΟΚΕ ΠΥΚΤΑ ΦΕΥΓΕ, which reads: VÍ'Ó Ki E'-BUKTA FÉ' VéGE
> Víjó (vívó) ki elbukta fél vége. (The fighter, who lost it, fears his end.)



CONTENTS Amazons & Scythians 'Nonsense Inscriptions'?! Making Sense Etruscan=Hungarian Cretan Hieroglyphs Linear A Sundry MY HUNGARIAN PAGES
   
 

'Nonsense Inscriptions'?!

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Alphabets

The inscriptions on ancient Greek vases are written by individual handwriting in local variants (Ionian, Corinthian, Lakonian, Etrurian,…) of the alphabet which are transliterated into the standard form to make it easier to follow, which in turn are transcribed into the Magyar ABC for reading of these texts in the form they would be spelled today. The readings are attained with a simple and consistent transliteration of the inscriptions. The applied method of writing is the defective notation of vowels used by all the scripts of the area and era of these writings, such as Carian, Lydian, Lycian, etc. The left out vowels (in small letters) does not make the inscriptions neither illegible nor nonsensical, on the contrary, the presented transliterations with the back-filled left out vowels expressly and eloquently explain and/or complement the depicted scene on the vases.

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Date: 27.06.15. Author: Mihaly Mellar  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions VIII

In the last of the “nonsense inscriptions” AVI 7270 talks about brainpower in the healing process, 7348 and 7459 are very clever word plays, while 7361 is a masterpiece: the same inscriptions tells one thing from the mouth of Ajax and another when told by Cassandra. AVI 7580 is a lesson in the warfare against mounted enemy. AVI 7604 is an intriguing strip one only can understand when reading the bubble words, as it with all the cartoons. AVI 7945 is about the talking mythological names like Troilos.

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Keywords : Robert Graves, Greek myths, nonsense vase inscriptions, Ajax, Cassandra, Troilos


Date: 13.06.17. Author: Mihály Mellár  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions VII

Let us pay attention how well the inscriptions of the depicted scenes from the Greek myths agree with Robert Graves interpretations of those myths on AVI 6031, 6048, 6285, 6291, 6416, 6451, 6458, 6855 and 6989 vases. My readings of the inscriptions are no-nonsense integral parts of the whole communication the craftsmen conveyed to us. AVI 6285 may even settle where the word cockney comes from and what is it original meaning. AVI 6031 clarifies the names of the people in the Theseus myth as Aryans and Ias.

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Keywords : Robert Graves, Greek myths, nonsense vase inscriptions, Aryans, Ias, Ion, Jászok


Date: 31.03.17. Author: Mihály Mellár  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions VI

These painted and inscribed vases were valued ornaments and/or useful vessels confronted by people again and again, so they are ideal instruments to convey some useful educational thoughts. Indeed, all the inscriptions are sayings, stock phrases (AVI 5266, AVI 5368, AVI 5370, AVI 5900), puns (the Esperente of AVI 5221 is exceptional) and teachings, moral lessons drawn from myths and sagas, such as AVI 5251, which is essential for everyone really interested in understanding these inscriptions. The playful AVI 5258 is also a must.

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Keywords : Centauromachy, Esperente, Jazygian, Glaukytes potter, Archikles potter, sphinx-griffin


Date: 23.09.16. Author: Mihaly Mellar  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions V

In this section the most noteworthy inscriptions are AVI 4061 and 4107 for their trade instructions; 4089 for its play with letters; 4186 and 4995 for their play with (the same) words. AVI 4276 shows how after its proper reading, an otherwise senseless picture makes perfect sense! AVI 4288 is a hearty reflection, while 4289, 4290 and 4291 are lighter variations on the same theme. AVI 4426 shows that even a “litter of letters” can make perfect sense. AVI 4539 is the highlight of this section: it shows the absurdity of predictions or oracles! If interested where the word krater comes from, read AVI 4613! The inscriptions on AVI 4722 are elevating thoughts indeed.

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Keywords : Krater, olisboi, maenad, satyr, Olympos, Hermes, Dionysos, Nikai


Date: 20.09.16. Author: Mihaly Mellar  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions IV

This sections shows again how the scientists are missing the most obvious clues to a very simple reading rule applied in these inscriptions. To read these “nonsense” inscriptions one needs only a good dictionary and non chauvinistic, non culturally prejudiced and conceited approach. All the inscriptions perfectly complete and supplement the depicted scenes, but they also stand as morals to keep in mind. Just to illustrate how the text: “λασασα > aLÁSSA' SZÁ' > Alással (alvással) száll. (It (she) flies with sleep.)” completes the picture of a “Nike flying with lyre and phiale.” or look at the scene on AVI 3754a and read the perfectly matching and completing text to it.

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Keywords : Calydonian Boar Hunt, Ransoming of Hector, Return of Hephaestus


Date: 22.07.16. Author: Mihaly Mellar  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions III

In this section AVI 2141 sheds light on different “miswritten” kalos occurrences for the scientificly minded. For the rest of us AVI 2210 is about a gallant way of courting, AVI 2211 is the birth of Athena with not very welcome comments by the onlookers. AVI 2214 is about destiny and well-wishing. AVI 2261 is about number four (négy) and AVI 2819 spells out number five (öt), while AVI 2289 spells out the depicted KÁKa (bulrush) in Demeter's hand. AVI 2636 sheds light on the real nature of satyrs and maenades. AVI 2677 is for party-goers and AVI 2929 for cheering up with a bit of ancient humour.



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Keywords : Demeter, Triptolemos, satyrs, maenades, Amazon


Date: 24.03.16. Author: Mellár Mihály  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions II

In this section the most remarkable inscription is AVI 1436 from the famous Myson potter, a really clever way to say the most in the limited area available for writing. AVI 1937 is an interesting chat on a boar-hunting, with the enlightening moral that the kill should be respected, even if it's only an animal... The sampled out conversation by the scientists on AVI 1978 is still thought-provoking.

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Keywords : Amazon, Myson potter, Symposium, Calydonian boar-hunting


Date: 24.03.16. Author: Mellár Mihály  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


Common sense in nonsense inscriptions I

There are two categories of nonsense inscriptions: those with imitation letterings are real nonsense and not the subject of our attention, but most of the others – which imitate words by using real letters – are actually legible texts that make perfect sense when one fills back the left out vowels by the applied method of writing, the so called defective notation of vowels method, wildly used in the era and area.

Before leaving the page by dismissing the above statement as “nonsense”, please, take a look at inscriptions AVI 5258, AVI 0781, or at the really nonsensical looking AVI 0723. They all make perfect sense by complementing the painting with perfectly fitting descriptions of the scene or with the uttered words of the depicted actors.

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Keywords : nonsense Attic Vase inscriptions, Henry R. Immerwahr, Scythian texts


Date: 24.03.16. Author: Mellár Mihály  Printable version     Send it to your friend!     Comment the article!  


 
    


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