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inspired by an actual archeological object.

This language appears to be SVOn (subject-verb-object-number), in which the
number can be an actual number, or simply "possession of (#)".

constanants:
 -sk-  [s][k]
 -pth-  [pT]

vowels:
(optional vowels do not change the word by their presence or absense in the
written word's meaning;  obligatory vowels do change the word's meaning by
their presence or absense).

 optional vowels:
  -au-  [2]
  -ou-  [
  -a-  [@]

 obligatory vowels:
  -e  [E]
  -ee  (long |e| sound)
  -hi  [h][I]
  -u  [3]

tenses:
 definate past (that which can be remembered)
 indefinate past (beyond memory's reach)
 present  (definate & indefinate?)
 indefinate future (farther than one can think)
 definate future (fore-sight & planning)

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