Replica of the Phaistos disc
The Phaistos Disc is one of the more enigmatic artifacts in the field of ancient writing systems. Found in Crete in 1908 by the archaeologist Luigi Pernier and associated archaeologically with the Minoan civilization (dating to roughly 1850 - 1600 BCE), it remains completely undeciphered and has no obvious connection either to the Minoan (Linear A) script or to any other known script, deciphered or otherwise. The American art historian Jerome Eisenberg, claimed that the Disk was in fact an elaborate hoax constructed by Pernier himself (Livejournal).
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