Does anyone remember that find of a Minoan ship near Denmark I posted about ages ago? (post 1944 http://www.unexplain...2 )
Well, it gets better (read the whole article):
Linear A inscription discovered in 1987 on a rock panel in Kongsberg, Norway, approx. 1700 BC. The Linear A signs beneath were photocopied from “Inscribed Tablets and Pithos of Linear A System from Zakro”, by N. Platonos and W. Brice (1975). The cup form of the pi sign is characteristic also of the pi sign pecked into the rock, but this copy is from the Norwegian semitist, Ph.D. Kjell Aartun’s list in Die Minoische Schrift. Band I. The rock panel, with pictures of carvings, is described under chapter 5 Kongsberg.
But still... NO other examples of the OLB script, anywhere.
Why? Did they feel ashamed of their script?
If this Linear A inscription is really what they think it is, why is it (already in 1700 BC) so totally different from the OLB script?
Edited by Abramelin, 13 January 2012 - 05:00 PM.