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It seems to correspond closely to either Iberian, or N'Ko from as far as I've been able to find.

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The is fairly new, and is in a (life science) laboratory notebook so I don't think that it is some ancient language like Iberian; and in N'ko, the letters are connected in a word.

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Actually, it might as well be English in a made up alphabet.

I got this idea after seeing how this looks suspiciously similar to "200 years":

Or here as "being", which is repeated quite a few times throughout the notes:

Pretty clever, almost like if you'd be looking at an ancient piece of text.

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