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I am not going to produce an exact answer to this question. Two examples I want to include here which may be relevant to the context. Brajabuli. It is an artificial language not used for everyday conversion. This language has enriched Bengali literature. So a language which is not orally spoken can exists several centuries and develop another language. ...


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Taking into account that the first "R" and the second are graphically very different (the first "R" could actually be "N"), I propose another possible version: (in) NOMINE DOMINI CHRISTI OMNIPOTENTIS – CHRISTUS CUSTODIAT HONOREM WILLELMI,DOMINO NOSTRO GRATIAS HABENTIS – DOMINUS CHRISTUS, OMNIPOTENS REDEMPTOR, VINCIT (et) IMPERAT + In order to try to ...


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Yes, the origin of the phrase "Oh, the humanity" was introduced into popular culture by WLS Chicago announcer Herbert Morrison as he was describing the Hindenburg disaster while watching it unfold. From Wiki: Morrison's description has been dubbed onto the newsreel film of the crash, giving the impression of a modern television-style broadcast. ...


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As you can verify at the following link, ten days ago I tried to decipher the full inscription as a medieval Latin acronym (the owner of the sword, may be, was a knight named Wilhelm, Willelmus or Willielmus in medieval Latin): (in) NOMINE DOMINI CHRISTI OMNIPOTENTIS – CHRISTUS CUSTODIAT HONOREM WILLELMI, DOMINO REGI GRATIAS HABENTIS – DOMINUS CHRISTUS, ...


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The Japanese were a very pro Anglo-Saxon country. This is indicated by their twentieth century track record. In 1902, they concluded a naval treaty with Britain, in 1940, they became part of Germany's Axis, and after World War II, they became America's ally. Beginning with the Meiji Restoration, they tried to imitate the Anglo-Saxon countries, particularly ...


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XORVI means Croats…. North of the Great Moravia is where Alfred the Great states as Croatian lands (890 AD). In his Geography of Europe relaying on Orosius, Alfred the Great says: "To the north-east of the Moravians are the Dalamensae; east of the Dalamensians are the Horithi (White Croats) In addition, the names "chrowati et altera chrowati" is mentioned in ...


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Much of the speculation seems way too complicated. I agree that this is mostly abbreviated Latin and Greek by semi-literates at best. Feudal religious shorthand. I also think there are 2 C's, not a C and a G. The slight differences could be the result of smith carefully copying the request. Or a different smith. But the first R looks much more like an N ...


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Unfortunately this problem is not specific to ancient Egyptian and automatic translation will generally not really be anywhere near understandable. Ancient Egyptian also has the problem of being a language for which no automatic translation software exists, as far as I'm aware (translating things into Ancient Egyptian is not really a common problem). If you ...


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PASSWORD TO THE SWORD SOLVED NDXOXCHWDRGHDXORVI could also be NDXOXGHWDRCHDCORVI The difference is the first C is exchanged with the second G In fact I would say both C and G are disputed letters could be either one once I started shifting the C around, it fell into one of the placeholders, revealing the following: ND XOX GHW DRCHD CORVI ND XOX ...



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