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In the Name of Zeus - Notes (2) to Zeus by Arthur Bernard Cook (1925)

In the Name of Zeus - Notes (2) to Zeus by Arthur Bernard Cook (1925)

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In an ancient piece of marble the name of Zeus has been written IOY or alternatively IE YZ, which suggests a comparison to the Roman sky-god IU-piter or IOU-piter. The name Zeus had not been written as a 4-letter word IEUZ, but as IE and YZ, which suggests to consider IE as a core, eventually opposed to YZ.
The names IE also refer to the first name of God as documented by Dante and suggested as an interpretation of an inscription E at the Delphi sanctuary.
The name IOU or IEUZ refers to the ego-pronouns (iou and ieu) in the Alpine dialects1.
In an ancient piece of marble the name of Zeus has been written IOY or alternatively IE YZ, which suggests a comparison to the Roman sky-god IU-piter or IOU-piter. The name Zeus had not been written as a 4-letter word IEUZ, but as IE and YZ, which suggests to consider IE as a core, eventually opposed to YZ.
The names IE also refer to the first name of God as documented by Dante and suggested as an interpretation of an inscription E at the Delphi sanctuary.
The name IOU or IEUZ refers to the ego-pronouns (iou and ieu) in the Alpine dialects1.

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In the Name of Zeus
Notes (2) to Zeus by Arthur Bernard Cook (1925)
1925)
 by Arthur Bernard Cook In an ancient iece of !arble the na!e of Zeus has been "ritten I#$ or alternati%ely I& 'Z "hich suggests a co!arison to the Ro!an sky)god I$)iter or I#$)iter* +he na!e Zeus had not been "ritten as a ,)letter "ord I&$Z but as I& and 'Z "hich suggests to consider I& as a core e%entually oosed to 'Z*+he na!es I& also refer to the first na!e of -od as docu!ented by .ante and suggested as an interretation of an inscrition & at the .elhi sanctuary*+he na!e I#$ or I&$Z refers to the ego)ronouns (iou and ieu/ in the Aline dialects
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!he "abe"s I#$ and I% &Z at the Ima'e of Zeus  !hets
+he follo"ing co!!ents (as a subset/ ha%e been gi%en in the source:
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1ig* 0 is fro! 3) 4* S%oronos in the 3ourn* Intern* .5Arch* 4u!* 0602 7i%* 289 f* fig* 2*C* Robert in the Arch* Zeit* 08, 777ii* 09 e7ressly "arns us that the suosed arch o%er Zeus is only a scar in the !arble
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 and Stuart 3ones rints I& 'Z not I#'* A fresh insection of the !arble is !uch to be desired*
1925)
 by Arthur Bernard Cook ; +ranslated fro! -er!an (5nur eine Verlet>ung des =ar!ors5/

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