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Papyrus

Post by Reyzadren » Sat 19 May 2018, 15:22

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Ancient Egyptians developed papyrus, the earliest form of writing paper, around 2400 B.C. To make papyrus, the Egyptians first placed strips of pith (or sliced plant trunk) side by side.

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uarkzaeili ijipe zhaeista tosktaud zhed az ist uarki xektaudkuid vozh voezh esh 2400ae nast.
/'uarkzeili 'idʒipə 'ʒeista 'tɔsktaud ʒəd az 'ist 'uarki 'ɣəktaudkuid vɔʒ vɯʒ 'əʃ '2400e 'nast/
old.time-A Egypt-N create-V wood.paper REL is most old-A write.paper.type during around reverse 2400-POSS year

ijipe yaj xaushi toda is jithi skargyintsuden hin ara tosktaud.
/'idʒipə 'jadʒ 'ɣauʃi 'tɔda 'is 'dʒiθi 'skargjintsudən hin 'ara 'tɔsktaud/
Egypt-N first adjacent-A put-V many long-A plant.skin.cut-N-PASS for do-V wood.paper
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Re: Papyrus

Post by Dormouse559 » Thu 14 Jun 2018, 02:02

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Li-z Êjitchan-i d' l' Antiquetê devvlopâ lou papirou, la primyêya forma du papì a eccrîvre, u teurni de 2400 av. Jci.
[li.zɛː.ʑiˈɕɑ̃.i dlɑ̃n.tikəˈtɛː dɛv.vləˈpɑː lu.pəˈpi.ʁu | la.pʁi.mjɛː.jəˈfɔʁ.mə dy.pəˈpi ʔa.ɛˈkʁiː.vʁə | ʔyˈtœʁ.ni dəˈvɛ̃n.ti ɕa.truˈmiʎ.ʎə ʔəˈvɑ̃ŋ ʑe.zyˈkʁit.ti]
DEF-PL Egyptian-PL of DEF antiquity develop-PST.3PL DEF-M.C* papyrus DEF-F earliest-F form of-DEF paper to write-INF at-DEF round-OBL of 2400 before Jesus_Christ-OBL

Ancient Egyptians developed papyrus, the earliest form of writing paper, around 2400 B.C.

Par fyêre lou papirou, avan teûti, li-z Êjitchan-i accottêya d' rebant de moulla.
paˈfjɛː.ʁə lu.pəˈpi.ʁu | ʔəˈvɑ̃ŋ ˈtœː.ti li.zɛː.ʑiˈɕɑ̃.i ʔak.kɔˈtɛː.jə dʁəˈbɑ̃nt dəˈmul.lə]
for make-INF DEF-M.C papyrus before all-OBL DEF-PL Egyptian-PL place_side_by_side-IPF.3PL PART strip-PL of pith

To make papyrus, the Egyptians first placed strips of pith side by side.

* C = "common" or non-human-associated gender


I decided on Silvish's term for BC for this translation, and I'm really digging it. Fully written out, it's avan Jezuccritti (before Jesus Christ), and then it gets abbreviated to av. Jci
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