Thursday, January 21, 2010

The Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza, Italy : An Ancient Starfinder and Calendar Deciphered by Andis Kaulins

THE ETRUSCAN BRONZE LIVER OF PIACENZA, ITALY
An Ancient Starfinder and Calendar
Deciphered by Andis Kaulins

The Etruscans founded Rome. According to Herodotus they were Lydians, who may have brought the knowledge of the Pharaohs to the European Continent, including writing, as accounted in the legend of Cadmus. The Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza is an ancient "Roman haruspex" known to relate to astronomy and soothsaying but it has remained undeciphered up to now.

As shown here, the Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piecenza was a planisphere of the heavens, an ancient starfinder and calendar, using virtually the same system of orienting to the stars and constellations as found in the Gilbertese Sky Dome in Micronesia, as used by the islanders for ocean navigation:

Piacenza - Side View

The Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza is today in the
Museo Civico, Piacenza
Side View (Above) Top View (Below)
It was found in 1877 in a field in Settima di Gossolengo near Piacenza, Italy .

Piacenza - Top View

The Etruscan cosmology followed the Egyptian Pharaonic Hermetica, according to which the heavenly houses were "reconstructed" on earth.
(See Mauro Cristofani & Mario Carrieri, Etruschi - Cultura e Societa).

Bronze Liver - Top View

Above - The Top Side of The Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza
(based on Hans Stoltenberg, Die Wichtigsten Etruskischen Inschriften, Gottschalksche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Leverkusen, 1956, and
Ambros J. Pfiffig, Religio Etrusca, Akedemische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, Graz, 1975)

Below - The Bottom Side of The Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza

Bronze Liver - Bottom View

The two lines, three circles and the words VSILS and TIFS appear on the original

Decipherment of the Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza

Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza


Transcription and Meaning of the Etruscan Words
Latvian is used as an example of the Indo-European connection.

SELVA = The star SIRIUS Greek SELA-, SEIRIOS
FUFLUNS = Latvian BUBULINS "clump, cluster" = the Pleiades viz. the Hyades
THUFLTHAS = Latvian DUBULTAIS "doubled" i.e. here doubled clump, cluster
TIN = Antares, New Year, Mayan TUN, in Latvian TIN, to reel, to revolve, to wind)
MARIS = Mira Ceti, Latvian MARA/MARIS Akkadian MARTU "gall bladder (?), bile"
LETA = Hidden One Latin LATEO, LETHE, Latvian RETA "scarce"
VEDISL = Bootes (genitive), Latvian VEDIS "escort" VEDIS with long e "wing-like"
-SL = genitive case, Latvian - SA, pronounced SHA
CILENSL = Ursa Minor?, maybe means only RISING (genitive)
CULALP = Arcturus Etruscan CULAU "guard, watcher" (of the netherworld)
TLUSC = Draco, Latvian CUSKA (tjooska) "serpent, (Hydra possible)"
whence ETRUSC-, i.e. (e)TRUSCHI
SATR(ES) = Vega/Lyra Greek SATUROS Latin SATIRUS - Hercules' hammer, Saturnalia
LUSL = Regulus Leo (genitive) Latvian LUSIS, lynx (Latvian LUSHA gen.)
HERC = Hercules LASL = Orion's, across from the stinger (tail) of Scorpio Hesiod Greek
LYSOS Arabic LS' Greek LACH Latvian LACis "bear".

Prominent on the Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza are also variants of the words CILEN and LETH- (LEC), to which compare Latvian CILENS "rising" and LEC-/LIEC "jump, leap, setting, set down". These refer to the rising and setting of the stars on the horizons.

Other words on the Etruscan Bronze liver are:
THVF = Latvian TOP, pronounced TUOP, "ascends, becomes"
ANITHNE = "rising high, culminating", Greek ANATEINOU, Latvian AINATI
UNIMAI = Greek nomos, EUNIMA, Latvian NAMS "home" whence (IE)NAMAJI "in the middle of the home place", i.e. culmination
TECVM = Latvian TECAM/TEKAM "passing", i.e. running its course
LVSA = Latvian LUZA long u, pronounced LOOZA, "break, fall, descent"
ETH = Latvian IET or IETI "goes, goes to, enters"
CATH = Latvian KAD "when"
NETH = Latvian NIT "thread, make a circle, knot" Latin NEXUS, NODUS

No comments:

Our Websites and Blogs

3D Printing and More 99 is not 100 Aabecis AK Photo Blog Ancient Egypt Weblog Ancient Signs (the book) Ancient World Blog AndisKaulins.com Anthropomorphic Design Archaeology Travel Photos (blog) Archaeology Travel Photos (Flickr) Archaeo Pundit Arts Pundit Astrology and Birth Baltic Coachman Bible Pundit Biotechnology Pundit Book Pundit Chronology of the Ancient World Computer Pundit DVD Pundit Easter Island Script Echolat edu.edu Einstein’s Voice Energy Environment and Climate Blog Etruscan Bronze Liver of Piacenza EU Laws EU Legal EU Pundit FaceBook Pundit Gadget Pundit Garden Pundit Golf Pundit Google Pundit Gourmet Pundit Hand Proof HousePundit Human Migrations Idea Pundit Illyrian Language Indus Valley Script Infinity One : The Secret of the First Disk (the game) Jostandis Journal Pundit Kaulins Genealogy Blog Kaulinsium Kiel & Kieler Latvian Blog LawPundit.com Law Pundit Blog LexiLine.com LexiLine Group Lexiline Journal Library Pundit Lingwhizt LinkedIn Literary Pundit Magnifichess Make it Music Maps and Cartography Megalithic World Megaliths Blog Megaliths.net Minoan Culture Mutatis Mutandis Nanotech Pundit Nostratic Languages Official Pundit Phaistos Disc Pharaonic Hieroglyphs Photo Blog of the World Pinterest Prehistoric Art Pundit Private Wealth Blog PunditMania Quanticalian Quick to Travel Quill Pundit Road Pundit Shelfari Sky Earth Drones Sky Earth Native America SlideShare (akaulins) Sport Pundit Star Pundit Stars Stones and Scholars (blog) Stars Stones and Scholars (book) Stonehenge Pundit The Enchanted Glass Twitter Pundit UbiquitousPundit Vision of Change VoicePundit WatchPundit Wearable Technology Wizard WeTechWi Wine Pundit Word Pundit xistmz YahooPundit zistmz