Re: [ANE-2] Mas-d'Azilian pebble script
- Even 100 years ago scholars were sceptical of claims that the some 1400 coloured (marked
with rudimentary red and black lines) oblong pebbles found by Piette circa 1896 in the
stratum of the Cave of Mas-d'Azil was a script as he claimed. See as example: Anthropology
and the Classics edited by Marett (1908). The level of scepticism has increased with time.
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On 5 Jan 2012 at 21:03, Trudy Kawami wrote:
> For those who were wondering about the Mas-d'Azilian pebble script,
> here are two references from the early 20th century. I think that
> the 100-yr old references speak for themselves
On 5 Jan 2012 at 11:13, Ian Onvlee wrote:
> From Spain
> we still have the Mas-d'Azilian pebble script (yet undeciphered, and
> looks much like Phoenician)), dated to circa 10.000 BC!