Two different images of the Davesco Stele from Lexicon Leponticum (number TI·36). Between them a good set of letter assignments can be made. Letter assignments made by Olmsted. The text is a statement against the magical rituals involving the motion powers.
This image from Lexicon Leponticum shows its scale.
(Jan 30, 2023) This stela was found in 1813. It dimensions are: height 180 cm, breadth 56 cm, width 20 cm. It is dated by its letter style which is this cultures final style before it was suppressed by the Romans. Many from this Celtic Alpine culture then fled north into Scandinavia and northern Europe where their writing tradition continued as the runic texts.
The Po river valley came under the control of a Celtic tribe known by the Romans as the "Insubres" around 600 BCE. They sacked Rome in 390 BCE. Yet they were conquered by Rome in the battle of Clastidium (modern Casteggio) in 222 BCE but regained a brief period of freedom when Carthaginian general Hannibal invaded Italy in the Second Punic War (218–201 bc). The Insubres were finally subdued by Rome in 196 BCE and gradually lost their identity with the rise of municipal communities. They were granted Latin rights in 89 BCE and full Roman citizenship 40 years later.
Translation of Top (Right) Row in Akkadian (Celtic Text 5.1)(read right to left. Capital letters on object. Small letters are inferred Inner vowels)Mix of Etruscan and Aegean Island
- Zu LiPuM IPu Ya :
- U EDu KP Bu Pu Ya :
- Ru PaLu Pu
- Emanations are not greased by tallow :
- Because enlightenment does not open the Handler's (Yahu's) nourishments :
- Eagle-vultures are ruling the openings
Translation of Bottom (Left) Row in Akkadian (Celtic Text 5.2)(read right to left. Capital letters on object. Small letters are inferred Inner vowels)Mix of Etruscan and Aegean Island
- Šu Ṣa GaGu :
- Nu U'a Šu, IPu Bu UYa :
- Pu Bu LePu
- Correspondences are activating the cloister (veil):
- The Revealer (Yahu) is being made miserable by correspondences, greasing is nourishing the misery.
- Openings should be nourishing the children.
Lexicon Leponticum number TI·36. Online at: https://lexlep.univie.ac.at/wiki/TI%C2%B736_Davesco