11.22.13 Etruscan Phrases showing Etruscan conjugation and declension patterns and vocabulary.
Translation of short inscriptions.

Translation of Short Inscriptions (continued)
Scripts J25 thru J30, Devotional Plates & Vases (Etr. LEXAIE)

Note: See updated document, Worknotes on Etruscan Devotional Plates, Scripts J25-J40

by Mel Copeland
(from a work published in 1981)

General note: The scripts on this page are short texts found on devotional wares, selected from texts provided to Academia.edu. The texts are quite short but many of the words correspond with words in the Etruscan Phrases GlossaryA.xls. Similar devotional wares are at Script BR, Script OM, Script AK, Script PA.

Images J25- J30 from Danial F. Maras, Un'inedita iscrizione falisca nel Museo di Cattolica, Rivista di antichita, Anno XVIII-n.2-Luglio-Dicembre 2009, Loffredo Editore Napoli - Provided to Academia.edu

Script J

J25-1 CALII PVPI heavenly (L. caeles-itis, 2nd Decl. Gen. pl. -i) or alternatively a gens, Caelius-a-um)  priests, jr. priests (L. popa-ae, 1st Decl. pl. -ae)

J26-1 MI VOVO (8V8V) VN OSRA mine, my (L. meus-a-um; mihi, Dat. It. mi, myself) I vow promise to a god (L. voveo, vovere, votum; Ind. Pres. 1st Pers. singl. voveō; It. voto, vow; Fr. vouloir, to wish) one (L. unnus-a-um, unius, uni, una; It. un, uno, una; Fr. Un, une; Welsh, un-au) use, enjoyment; esp. use of borrowed capital; interest paid for money borrowed (L. usura-ae)

J27-1 COIZIA HIMIA  coming together, meetings; factions, coalitions (L. coitio -onis, 3rd Decl. Pl. Nom. -ia) winter/ storms (L. hiems [hiemps] -emis, f. winter, the cold or winter, stormy weather, storm, 3rd Decl. Pl. -ia)

to unite, assemble together (L. coeo-ire) a large bowel (L. sinus-i, m. and sinum-i) Lartha, name or bacon (L. lardum [laridum]-i)

Note: A name, LARTHIA PHARNIES, appears on a stele, Script PM: (See http://www.maravot.com/Translation_ShortScripts_e.html)

ΘIA)  PHARNIES (ΦARNIESmine, my (L. meus-a-um; mihi, Dat. It. mi, myself) name, Larthia, Pharnies

the eye (L. oculus-i; 3rd Decl. Acc. -em) of men (L. vir, viri) defendant /accuser party in law-suit (L. reus-i and rea-ae) of the day (L. dies-ei, day; diu, by day; diutiuus, longer; Welsh, dydd; Scot, di). "I am Larthia Pharnies the eye of men, accuser / lawyer? of the day"

J29-1 MI :SORIS (SVRIS) : CA FATHAS (FAΘAS)  mine, my, me (L. meus-a-um; mihi, Dat. It. mi, myself) Soris, name, by which way, where, whereby, as far as (L. qua) you confess, make known, reveal (L. fateor, fateri, fassus; Ind. Conj. 2nd Pers. singl. fateās)

Note: A votive bust in the Louvre (Script LF-1) contains the name SORIS or SORISA. (See http://www.maravot.com/Translation_Short_Scripts.html).This bust is similar to a bust of an Etruscan queen recorded in the Perugia Cippus whose name is RINA SARINA (K49). (See http://www.maravot.com/Translation_Perugia_Cippus.html)

J30-1 LOCAE TVTNAS the places (L. locus-i, 1st Decl. pl. -ae) Totnas, name.

*Mythology from Edward Tripp, "The Meridian Handbook of Classical Mythology," 1970.


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