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Re: Japheth in Egypt (Revisited)
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Also Charles, maybe you should have completed your tour of Peribsen, and discussed the "sen?"

I would rather like to think that is is no more nor less than what it appears, or would appear in English, or Dutch or Norwegian, etc., that is sen = son!

Put it all together and its Per-Ib-sen! Perhaps you have all heard of Ibsen?

"Henrik Johan Ibsen (March 20, 1828 May 23, 1906) was a major Norwegian playwright largely responsible for the rise of modern realistic drama. He is often referred to as the "father of modern drama."[1] Wikipedia!

Per is also a common word usage in Norway, as I think you mentioned when you did your disection as well as English, so per-Ibsen, might well be just what it appears, "according to Ib's son", etc.? As a matter of fact in German or Norse the name might well mean "the son of the Archer?" And, if so, then we might well be getting into the signs of the Zodiac?

Regards,

Ron

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