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Lead sheet inscribed in archaic Iberian found

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A unique lead sheet inscribed in archaic Iberian has been discovered at the site of Pico de los Ajos in Valencia, Spain. While other inscribed lead sheets are known, almost all of them were illegally excavated. This is one of only a handful discovered by archaeologists in a regulated excavation, and its context is of particular relevance here because the paleographic evidence indicates it is much older than the site.

The lead sheet was unearthed in the 2018 dig season at the ancient Iberian settlement of Pico de los Ajos. Pico de los Ajos was a fortified Iberian town inhabited since at least the 7th century B.C. through the Roman imperial era. Lead sheets inscribed in Iberian were first found there in 1979, and their publication the next year unfortunately spurred extensive looting of the site.

http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/61555

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Abramelin

I think the lead sheats contain an ancient Semitic language.

And not Semitic because the Phoenians settled in Iberia, but because thousands of years before the inhabitants spoke a Semitic language.

And who, of all people, hinted at that to be the case? Plato.

But then we will have to believe his Atlantis story.

That might be a problem...

:P

 

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Abramelin

For those who wonder what I am at, read Plato's story about Atlantis.

Keyword: Gadeira.

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