Passing Time Posted November 6, 2015 #351 Share Posted November 6, 2015 (edited) re page 106 ...... My effort JO if conflict (war) looks likely , said Fasta , then stock up your neighbourhoods ( further down this page , you say behof = stock , so is behod not just same word different tense , word ending ? makes sense also if you think war is imminent to stock up provisions) inform (communicate the threat) to all your neighbours , help (back up, defend )all your neighbours , and in return they should all do the same with you. is thina red navt god noch..... if your councels advice was not good enough , i cant offer you anything better.......their faces reddened , and their shoulders dropped , like translation of muge for experience(d) thrjia thrritich ( three times 30 feet high )..flat fon boppa (either flat or open ?) on top ......an lith huske ther uppa ( a little hut upon it ?) ...hwana man tha stara bisieth.....(for the men that study the stars ) on either side of the tower are the state houses , 3 x 100 feet long ,bred thrija sivgun fet , (3 x 7 feet broad ).... just as a matter of interest a book about the celts says that " it was by the law decreed that the house of a chief/noble should measure 37 feet ,and the lords of 30 feet , each abode becoming smaller as your station in life warranted...... i wonder if someone has read the law of thrija sivgun fet as thirty seven feet , instead of three times seven feet ? maybe that unusual bredth is a regulationary measurement ? bred threja sivgun fet elika hach bihalva.........Broad 3 x 7 feet , and half as much in height (bihalva ) around the birch is a ring ditch in the roman (craft ) style ?... depth 21 feet , width 36 feet , and from the top of the tower you can see the shape of the jol wheel........ i wonder if there were six bridges across the ring ditch ? re the last paragraph may just put a note that the famna were taught by the mothers how to use the krudon (herbs) for healing . what time period are we talking about here exactly JO , there is much talk going on elsewhere about who were the first to use baked bricks in Europe , at the moment the concensus seems to be the Greeks , maybe we can beat that nation ? Edited November 6, 2015 by Passing Time Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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