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Hand of Irulegi: ancient bronze artefact could help trace origins of Basque language
by Sam Jones
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15 November 2022
On 15 November 2022 The Guardian reported:
More than 2,000 years after it was probably hung from the door of a mud-brick house in northern Spain to bring luck, a flat, lifesize bronze hand engraved with dozens of strange symbols could help scholars trace the development of one of the world's most mysterious languages. Although the piece -- known as the Hand of Irulegi -- was discovered last year by archaeologists ... who have been digging near the city of Pamplona since 2017, its importance has only recently become clear.
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