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Pyrgi Tablet



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Description:
The gold sheet, discovered in Pyrgi Italy, is written in the Phonecian language, another sister language to Hebrew, and is written in parallel with an Etruscan inscription.

Era:
Middle Semitic Script

Image Credit:
Unknown

Date of Inscription:
c. 500 BCE

Location of Discovery:
Pyrgi, Italy (Modern day Santa-Severa)

Date of Discovery:
?

Current Location:
National Etruscan Museum, Rome

Language:
Phonecian

Writing Surface:
Gold Sheet

Transliteration:
TBD

Translation:
TBD

Comments:
The entire tablet consists of three leaves written in Phonecian and Etruscan and was instrumental in deciphering the Etruscan alphabet.






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