These are questions submitted by visitors to Omniglot. If you can help, please contact Michael at: [email protected] to TJ, the inscription is in Samaritan and the plate is made of copper. is sure the script is the Aramaic/Proto-Hebrew alphabet.
Tibet coin dating
i(w/’)(ka/g)y ni amaniming g/ka (ka/g)ni inani ingdi(?
)s A friend of Peter Coan found several pages written in an unknown language stuck in an old (1850s) diary she recently bought.
If you can identify the writing system and/or the language, please contact Peter at: [email protected] to TJ, the writing is in a cursive form of Devanagari.
According to TJ, the inscription appears to be in Malay.
Aizuddin, Malaysia writes: The shape of the knife maybe from Southeast Asia, but I dont think the writing on the knife is Malay.
The Malay version of Arabic script is quite different, and even I can read it, I'm quite sure it is not a Malay words.
According to Toulouse Ng, the Arabic text is: اِ(؟ِ)ـوـ/ـعـكَـ/گي نِ اَمَنِمِڠ گ/كَ كَـ/گنِ اِنَنِ اِڠدِـ/ـ(؟ِ)ـس Transliteration: i?
According to Steven, the symbols are a combination of cursive Hebrew and Anglo-Saxon/Norse runes.
The location of the stone (Scotland and the clearly Hebrew cursive letters on the stone and the swastika symbol all support this).
The Hebrew letters do not appear to represent the Hebrew language. Do you know what language it's in, what it says, or can you provide any other information about the origins of the knife?
Please send your suggestions to Janet Creamer at: [email protected]'s a photo of the knife on which the inscription appears.