Monday, May 30, 2016

STANZAS 7, 8, & 9, RICE RIVERS

LENAPE HISTORY
OF AMERICA,
AD 1000 TO  1363
ECO-DISASTER
The discouraged people were worried about worn out land (that) they had to abandon.
The priest said,  "We Lenape should go somewhere else."
(See decipherment)
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Why was the land  “worn out?”
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Why does the pictograph show the priest upside down and the lines curve to the right?
The brothers abandoned all.
The common people in the
east stole away.
The brothers abandoned all
with great discouragement
and again discouragement.
(See decipherment.)
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Why did the common people steal away?
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Why did the brothers abandon all?
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What does the circle under the line mean?
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Why the two long tails?
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.What do the three bent lines above the line on the right mean?
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They saved themselves
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In a short while the weeping, weak, dirty, needy, (people from)
the burnt land
saved themselves and rested on
the other side.
(See decipherment)
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Why the “fan” in the center?
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What does the single spike on the right circle mean?
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Where was the mound on the right?
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The LENAPE saved themselves by paddling to the Rice Rivers in Minnesota. 

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1 comment:

  1. Here they found the food that grows on water. Mano=food,,,minn=water. Manomin aka wild rice.

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