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-  -ou- [ -a- [@] obligatory vowels: -e [E] -ee (long |e| sound) -hi [h][I] -u  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) [now to see if there's a response this time].