Monday, July 18, 2016

WEEK 11, FEEDING the MULTITUDES

AD 1348
[YEARS LATER A NEW HISTORIAN CONTINUED THE HISTORY.
The HISTORIAN tried to make ONE stanza for EACH year.

This stanza, the first of Chapter (4), starts in 1348, 
which may be the year the first LENAPE from Greenland arrived in James Bay.]
(Most of these following Stanzas were deciphered
 by Craig Judge, Kean University.)

Before; the LENAPE certainly came,
 to look where there was an abundance of rivers.

What do the two heads “looking in” mean?

What does the triangle in the circle mean?

Why did the historian repeat the “abundance of rivers?”
 AD 1349

Geese return
 to the large fish 
near the shore
 to expand all 
the children.

Why does the bird look like a sea gull instead of a goose?

What does the line over the bird mean?


Where in the pictograph is the “large fish near the shore”?

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