summer haiku d’été – soil beneath the pine = sol en bas du pin


summer haiku d’été – soil beneath the pine = sol en bas du pin 

soil beneath the pine,
I learn the pine from the pine
rooted in me

I learn the pine 620

sol en bas du pin, 
il m’enseigne ce qu’il est
par ses racines

Richard Vallance

Yet another Linear A inscription, Malia MA 1, apparently entirely in proto-Greek and/or in Mycenaean-derived Greek


Yet another Linear A inscription, Malia MA 1, apparently entirely in proto-Greek and/or in Mycenaean-derived Greek:

Malia MA 1 is yet another Linear A inscription apparently entirely inscribed in proto-Greek and/or in Mycenaean-derived Greek:

Linear A tablet MA 1 Malia

If it is, it clearly describes King Minos, on the grounds of labyrinth, in which is found the Minotaur, with a dedication of gold to the goddess Rhea, at least if the left-truncated word … jei begins with re … , hence: rejei (which is dative singular). Although this last interpretation is entirely conjectural, it does make sense in context.

 

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