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IT TENDS TO CONSTRUCT AN INSCRIPTION BY COMBINING A ROOT-SIGN WITH OTHERS WITH WHICH IT SHARES A METAPHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT OR BY DUPLCATING OR MULTIPLYING IT TO EXPAND ITS POWER.
Lozenges, spirals and meanders are the three root-signs composing the ideogram insribed on the spoon from Wetzleinsdorfer (Austria) dating back 7000 years. It is certain that the spoon had a ritual function and was not a kitchen utensile, that is the signs had a symbolic and not only decorative value. They probably also express a symbolic "text". Did they transmit "read" concepts of that population?
of the multiplication and combination of a root-sign with other signs,
priestesses and priests of Ancient Europe used to form glyphs capable
of communicating abstract contents. In the first case, the power derived
from multiplying a single sign, in the second, it was caused by the
combination of complementary and similar signs.