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    The Slavic Linguistics

    The Philistine Inscription 4.5 from Ashkelon (Israel)
    http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperIn...?PaperID=69428
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Peoples
    1200 b.c.

    *IUDI PADI PA WEDIMI

    My suggestion:
    IUDI - jews, not people "liudi"
    PADI -a dialect, similar to GreatRussian or BeloRussian, voicing "a" instead of "o"
    PA - once again, written as "po", pronounced "pa"
    WEDIMI - the modern form is ot|po-vedayte, or rather, "learn". The "-me" at the end is reasonable in the context of the old forms.

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    "http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperIn...?PaperID=69428"
    This is not abstract is a total blast.

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