Atlantis and Tartessus--Norway Scientific Institutions Recognize Spanish Paleographical Hypothesis

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Atlantis and Tartessus. Norway Scientific Institutions recognize paleographical hypothesis of Spanish investigator. The National Library and the The Norwegian Institute of Palaeography and Historical Philology (PHI), assigned to the Academy of Sciences and Lettering and to the University of Oslo, Norway, have decided to consider the hypothesis of a Cuban investigator of Spanish origin on an epigraphical interpretation of one of the most ancient inscriptions of the world. Tags: Atlantis, Tartesus, Tartessus, Tartessos, Plato, Georgeos Diaz-Montexano, Paleography, Epigraphy, Philology, Norwegian Institute of Palaeography and Historical Philology (PHI), Martin Schøyen, Iberian, Iberian-Tartessian alphabet, Ibero-Tartesico, Archaeology, History, Historia, Arqueología, Epigrafía, Paleografía, Cultura Clásica, Grecia, Greek, Roma, Discover, Discovery, Discovering...

Georgeos Díaz-Montexano studious of the past recognized by some scientists as an authority in paleography and ancient epigraphy - especially in Plato's Greek and Latin manuscripts and the history of the Atlantis - realized a study of identification and interpretation of an enigmatic inscription recorded on an animal bone that appeared a t the beginning of last century in Bench-cover of the Coruña, Galicia, in an archaeological context with an antiquity dated in approximately 6000 years.

The piece in question it was studied by some out-standing specialists in paleography immediately after (as a result of) his publication on a global scale that was in the year 2003, by means of the work of Michel Bouvier, edited in Paris, L'Art de l'Ècriture; nevertheless, it was not up the last year that the signs of writing that appear on the bone were recognized and identified like belonging to a signario Iberian-Tartessian by Dí­az-Montexano.

Perhaps the most interesting of the fact is that not only has been accepted the epigraphical identification of the signs of writing realized by the Hispanic specialist as the most probable but also his peculiar grammatical and semantic interpretation ha s been included - without any fear -, that is to say, the possible reading and meaning that Dí­az-Montexano proposes and that points directly at two names of the antiquity which alone mention provokes all kinds of reactions found between the specialists: Tartessos and Atlantis. Two names associated more with the legend than to the history. The case is that in the last times is evident like the scientists come closer increasingly the study of the past with an a little more open mentality. Many old myths and legends are being reconsidered from an optical interpretive piece of news that tries to conciliate history and myth, science and legend.

Georgeos Dí­az-Montexano has managed to claim to a great extent the level of verisimilitude and credibility that really there was deserving the history reported in the Plato's Timaeus and Critias on the Atlantis, rescuing it of the stomach of the falsification and the manipulation to which it has been submitted in the last two centuries, fundamentally since it turned into a big commercial claim for many writers and masters of certain philosophical and religious associations.

New interpretations of symbols, myths, ancient manuscripts and codes, and archaeological submarine finds have served to Díaz-Montexano to argue his theories on the Atlantis and the most remote origins of the western European and African civilizations, exactly in Iberia and Morocco. "Ex Occidentis Lux" theorie.

More than fifteen years dedicated to the study and investigation of the past have allowed him to contribute numerous discoveries of big interest - some truly developers - that fortunately, begin to be considered by some scientists and experts of the academic university world.



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