Decipherment of an ancient inscription from the Enos times found on a clay ware vase inUkraine

Prof. Dr. Pál Fejes

Lately the American Victor Kachur published a short paper in the Newsletter of the Midwestern Epigraphic Society (19, No. 4, 2002), dealing with an inscribed clay ware vase originating from a very ancient grave, near POPASNE, in Ukraine. After restoration of the fragments, the vase became an interesting piece of the ancient finds in the Historical Museum of DNEPROPETROVSK.

According to Kachur, the script is a cursive alphabetical writing which reads as "USKATZIMAS", with the meaning "paint pigment". The reading is supported by the fact that the vase contained traces of the red pigment cinnabaris (mercury sulphide), and the word cited had resemblance to the Lithuanian word "UZAITIMAS", meaning paint pigment.

From the very ancient graves of Russia and Soviet Union, respectively, finds are going to be unearthed in masses and the museums are unbelievably rich in such exhibits. Thus, the ancient vase would not have been particularly interesting, had not been revealed after a superficial analysis, that, according to the text, written by the ancient North Indian linear writing, it had been dug in the earth in the biblical ENOS age. The historical time of ENOS corresponds approximately to 44 500 BC.

The finding can be analysed by two ways: the word group: "black + ceramic + vase + cinnabaris" can be regarded as a hieroglyphic text and analysed as such, or, it can be read in the knowledge of the phonetic values of the linear signs.

The marshy territory of ancient MEOTIS, flood plain of a number of rivers, north to the Sea of Azov, meant a new home, free of danger, for a group of fugitives of the EESSA-exodus, who selected this direction. Their ancient home in North India, also a marshy land, covered with tall Indian reed, near to MUZAFFAR city, with the river JAMUNA, had been burnt up by the hostile HU.DU people from HU.DU.HUM (ancient HAR.HAB.HA > HARAPPA). The story is known from the Bible as KAIN-ABEL conflict. (This is the explanation that the MAG.GAR's have been called in ancient times "people of the fire", a name currently fully forgotten).

According to the text of the vase, the EESSA fugitives had been called "EGER.I people, NEPAL, from the home: MAG.GAR.I.HA". Their "GEERAL" (> "király", [ENG] "king") and HADUR ([ENG] "warlord"), HAR.I.I.BAD, had not survived the storm of fire and deluge, that followed it. (This was the first local deluge, vividly described in the Gilgames epic of Semitic origin). However strange it is, about the 1500th descendants of the HU.TU attackers participated in the Hungarian Land-taking in 895-896 AC as the 7th tribe, the tribe "Nyék". (The fugitives consisted of only 6 tribes, HAT.TI, i.e. "six MAG.GAR's").