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I don't think so. Experts in ancient writing systems agree that the symbols are hieroglyphics and that they are related to Cretan hieroglyphics found on the island. This means that the Phaistos disk has something to say, it is a text. There do seem to be other things encoded on the disk but the board game idea does not seem to tie in with these other encodings.

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The Phaistos Disk 5403 Spiros 25-Mar-14 02:17
Re: The Phaistos Disk 847 Spiros 25-Mar-14 13:15
Re: The Phaistos Disk 695 randompHactor 26-Mar-14 02:40
Re: The Phaistos Disk 660 Spiros 26-Mar-14 12:40
seal fragment HM 992 683 Spiros 27-Apr-14 20:35
Re: The Phaistos Disk 579 Skatha 29-Apr-14 01:12
Re: The Phaistos Disk 552 Spiros 29-Apr-14 15:47
The Arkalochori Axe 762 Spiros 29-Apr-14 17:50
The Malia altar stone 526 Spiros 29-Apr-14 22:17
PD astronomy and religion 494 Spiros 10-May-14 16:13
Re: PD astronomy and religion 592 Peter Aleff 01-Jun-14 00:40
Re: PD astronomy and religion 551 Spiros 04-Jun-14 15:10
Re: PD astronomy and religion 501 Notinham 30-Jun-14 10:56
Phaistos disk - side B' 467 Spiros 08-Jun-14 04:34
Re: The Phaistos Disk 929 Spiros 31-Aug-15 20:30
Re: The Phaistos Disk 350 Spiros 28-Feb-18 11:49
Re: The Phaistos Disk 376 Race Jackson 28-Feb-18 23:31
Re: The Phaistos Disk 373 Spiros 04-Mar-18 06:00
Re: The Phaistos Disk 427 Race Jackson 07-Mar-18 01:59
A Translation of the Malia Altar Stone 357 Spiros 10-Jun-18 16:58
Re: The Phaistos Disk 430 jeffreyjoemiller 29-Jul-18 21:42

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