Minoan Hieroglyphs and Linear A signs

In addition to runes there are also so called Minoan signs on the Bjrketorp Monument.

Thus close to the top of Stone A there are four hieroglyphs, which can be transcribed as follows:

hu-yu ha-ka

Below those four hieroglyphs are the and 9th row in the runic inscription as explained previously. Then follows linear A signs, which can be transcribed as follows:

The inscription then continues with two hieroglyphs on stone B, and these can be transcribed as:

zu-zu

Below the hieroglyphs are then four linear A signs, and these can be transcribed as:

On stone C then are nine linear A signs, and these can be transcribed as:

And finally on stone D there are two hieroglyphs and four linear A signs, and these can be transcribed as:

These words appear to be written in the Semitic Minoan language, and can be translated with help of the research in the Minoan scripts performed by Ph.D. Kjell Aartun. An English translation is:

Resurrected to life is the hope/desire, and
the love of the fish, the kindness of the fish,
the secret of the lover.
Brought to movement is the fish of love, the
secret of love and the kindness of the fish.
Brought to movement is the fish of love.


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