Minoan Linear A labrys inscribed with the word Idamate… what does it mean?


Minoan Linear A labrys inscribed with the word Idamate... what does it mean?

Revisiting the Minoan Linear A labrys inscribed with the word Idamate, I believe I may have managed to decipher it the second time around. Previously, it just stumped me. However, as can be seen in the illustration of this labrys below, I believe that the term Idamate can be interpreted in one of three (3) ways:

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Compare this labrys with  the Minoan Linear B term for labrys, illustrated here:

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Historical linguist, Linear B, Mycenaean Greek, Minoan Linear A, Arcado-Cypriot Linear C, ancient Greek, Homer, Iliad, only Blog ENTIRELY devoted to Linear B on Internet; bilingual English- French, read Latin fluently, read Italian & ancient Greek including Linear B well, Antikythera Mechanism

7 thoughts on “Minoan Linear A labrys inscribed with the word Idamate… what does it mean?”

  1. Hi Rich:   I am not good at posting your site.  I haven’t really figured it out yet. I have skill of finding ancient nano latent images and hidden messages that will open an unimaginable door for your researches. Something that you did not know that they have been exist, something that your naked eyes can’t quite adapt but it is there.     Jenny

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    1. Jenny, sorry, but I do not all visitors to post to our site. It is a moderated research site. As for hidden messages, perhaps we could communicate via e-mail and establish a running conversation there. My e-mail is: vallance22@zoho.com

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    2. Jenny, sorry, but I do not all visitors to post to our site. It is a moderated research site. As for hidden messages, perhaps we could communicate via e-mail and establish a running conversation there. My e-mail is: vallance22@zoho.com

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