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Essence of Language Seeing the exhibition TREASURES OF ANCIENT GREECE, Tokyo National Museum 2016

Essence of Language
Seeing the exhibition TREASURES OF ANCIENT GREECE, Tokyo National Museum

TANAKA Akio

20 July 2016 I went to see the exhibition A JOURNEY TO THE IMMORTALS: TREASURES OF ANCIENT GREECE being opened at Tokyo National Museum, Ueno,Tokyo.

At the exhibition I first saw  Linear A and Linear B.
Exhibition Catalogue numbers are the next.
The numbers 39 and 40 are Linear A. 41 and 77 are Linear B. 

39. Clay juglet
40. Clay bar
41. Clay tablet
77. Linear B bar and tablet

 About the two Linear I knew the brief information from the book, THE DECIPHERMENT OF LINEAR B by John Chadwick, Cambridge University Press, 1960.
From the exhibition I also knew still now not to decipher the Linear A.
My simple impression  is the next.
If the stability of language exist in the structure, the essence of language is appeared at the letters and characters. So I think. The core of this view contains the view for structure of language, which I would be able to write clearly using mathematics. 
For more details, refer to the reference 2.


References
A JOURNEY TO THE IMMORTALS: TREASURES OF ANCIENT GREECE  [Exhibition Catalogue]. Tokyo National Museum et al. 2016.
THE DECIPHERMENT OF LINEAR B by John Chadwick, Cambridge University Press, 1960.

Reference 2
Perspective for Derived Category Language.Stability of Language

Reference 3
Derived Category Language, 23 July 2016 Edition


Tokyo
27 July 2016
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