Linear A Texts
in phonetic transcription

Other Texts (not Haghia Triada)

inaugural date: 1 January 2000; last update: 18 November 2017


Comments, corrections, questions: John Younger (jyounger@ku.edu)


For the Linear A texts from Haghia Triada (Ayia Triada)

For Linear A religious texts grouped separately

Bibliography from 1980

A Linear A Lexicon

A Linear A Reverse Lexicon


A map of Crete showing the location of the Cretan sites

A map of Greece showing the location of the sites outside Crete


Scribal attributions: Godart, GORILA V 83-113


Types of Supports (the objects that receive writing)
tablets (page, bars, lames)
Wa = nodules/noduli
Wb = sealings
Wc = roundels
Za = stone vessels
Zb = clay vessels
Zc = painted inscriptions
Zd = graffiti
Ze = architecture
Zf = metal objects
Zg = stone objects


APODOULOU

AP Za 1 (HM 2478) (GORILA IV: 2-3), Libation Table, serpentine (Villa [MM III-LM I])

JA-TA-I-*301-U-JA [


AP Za 2 (HM 2479+2480) (GORILA IV: 4-5), cylindrical jar, serpentine (Villa [MM III-LM I])

.1: ]NA-SI • I-PI-NA-MA [ • • • • • • ]I-KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE [

.2: ]PI-MI-NA-TE • I-NA-JA-RE-TA[ • • • ]-QA •

.1: GORILA perhaps: ]I-KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE[. Cf. KU-PA3-NA-TU (HT 47a.1-2; HT 119.3).
.2: ]PI-MI over [[  ]].

JGY: If KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE is a personal name (vel sim.), then all these words fit into the Libation Formula; I thus reverse the order of the two fragments:
: 1. invocation, placename]• KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE[ JA-SA-SA-RA U-NA-RU-KA-]NA-SI •
: 2. I-]PI-MI-NA-TE • I-NA-JA-RE-TA[  ]QA •


AP Za <3> (Khania M 1048?) (HM 1048?) (GORILA IV: 6), stone lid (Villa)

]-JA-[


ARGOS


ARG Zg 1 (Nafplion Museum?) (E. Protonotariou-Deilaki, "Burial Customs and Funerary Rites in the Prehistoric Argolid." In: Celebrations of Death & Divinity, edited by R. Hägg & G.C. Nordquist, 69-83, fig. 28 [Stockholm 1990]). Grave Stele fragment from Argos, Tumulus C, gr. II.

WA/*131-MI


ARKALOKHORI

AR Zf 1 (Boston Mus. 58.1009) (GORILA IV: 142, 162), gold ax
AR Scribe 1

I-DA-MA-TE


AR Zf 2 (HM 626) (GORILA IV: 143), silver ax
AR Scribe 2

I-DA-MA-TE[


ARKHANES

I once listed a text ARKH Zb 10, based on a preliminary report; this text is actually ARKH Zc 8 (corrected 4 Aug 2012)

ARKH 1, page tablet (HM 1668+1669+ ) (GORILA III: 2-5) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
ARKH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1]TA-PI •      
a.1  QA[    
a.1  ]KI[    
a.2  ] •    
a.2A-RA[      
a.3deest      
a.4  ]A-SU-MI-*118[      
a.5  ]NE2J
a.5A-PA-[      
a.6  ]MI-KI-SA-NE[      
          
  supra mutila      
separate fragment, a.2  [A]    
  infra mutila      
          
b.1A[      
b.1  ]JA-RE  3[  
b.2  ]PA3[    
b.3deest      
_____________________________________________________________________
b.4  ][[NA8]]  
b.5-6 vacant       


ARKH 2, page tablet (HM 1673) (GORILA III:6-7) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
ARKH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1SI-DA-TE      
.1-2KU-RAVINb5  
.2-3A-SI-DA-TO-I  12  
.3-4ZU-*301-SE-DE-QIf-*118  6  
.5-6A-SU-PU-WA  4  
.6RU-MI-[      
.6]vest.[      

.3-4: probably ZU-*301-SE-DE [•] QIf-*118 (cf. KH 88.1-2; thanks to Miguel Valério) or ZU-*301-SE-DE [•] QIf Talent 6


ARKH 3, page tablet (HM 1675) (GORILA III:8-11) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
ARKH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1   ]-KA-NEGRA[    
a.2      ]D
a.2  OLIV3D
a.2  VINb2[  
a.3    ]2  
a.3  [[*3172 ]]  
a.4    ]KI-NUGRA13[  
a.5  ]TE2  
a.5  *3172  
a.5  *3122[  
a.6            ]KU3  
          
b.1    ]-JA-PIGRA6[  
b.2    ]PI-PU3GRA1[ ]  
b.2  OLE[    
b.3]     vacat       
b.4    ]2  
b.4  OLE4  
b.5  ]VINa1      [
b.6]    vacat      [       

a.1 or: ]RI-KA-NE.
a.3 or: ]NU ?
b.1 or: ]*306-JA-PI.
b.2: PI over [[ ]], perhaps *314 PU3.


ARKH 4, page tablet (HM 1670) (GORILA III: 12-15) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1    ]-NI-TA[      
a.2        ]TA•RE5  
a.2-3A-[•]-•-JU  4  
a.3-4DE-SU-[•]-*47-TE  5  
a.4-5PI-TI-NE-A-•[      
  infra mutila      
          
  supra mutila      
b.1]vest.[      
b.2    ]-RE  10  
b.2U[      
b.3    ]DE-MI  10  
b.3I-*47[  ]9  
b.4A-KI-RO  3  
b.5ZA-SI-ZU[  ]3  
  infra mutila      

b.2: or: ]OVISf-RE


ARKH 5, page tablet (HM 1674) (GORILA III: 16-17) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-DU-NI-TA-NA  41[  
.2    ]7  
.2A-DA-ROGRA40[  
.3  VINb6  
.3A-[      
  infra mutila      

3: VINb over [[ ]], perhaps GRA.
all three names begin with A-
The similar amounts may not be coincidental; since .1 has no logogram, it may count people, which might imply similar amounts, people & VINb.


ARKH 6, page tablet? with rounded top (HM 1671) (GORILA III: 19) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1DA-NA-TU •      
.1KU[        
.2    ]TE-RI[      
  infra mutila      


ARKH 7, page? tablet (HM 1672) (GORILA III: 19) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
  supra mutila      
.1 vacat       
.2 vacat       
_____________________________________________________________________
.3  *308  D
.4 vacat       
  infra mutila      


ARKH Zc 8 (HM 21.172; Sakellarakis 1975; Sakellarakis & Sakellarakis 1997, I: 332, fig. 295), painted larnax rim from "the upper burial level of Tholos Tomb E," EM II-MM IA context (in Sakellarakis 1975), Protopalatial (in Sakellarakis & Sakellarakis 1997, 332).

*306-TA-JE

In the illustration in 1997, fig. on p. 332, the first sign looks like a pictogram of a bull-head with double horns; the authors suggest *306. See *306-TA-JA, HT 115b.3.


ARKH Zf 9 (HM ; Sakellarakis & Sakellarakis 1997, 1: 169-179 (especially 174-179), 332-333, fig. 296; J.-P. Olivier forthcoming. Silver hairpin from the pillar room of Tholos B, mixed MM I-LM I context. Sakellarakis & Sakellarakis give some information about the context; Olivier has graciously provided information about the inscription in advance of the publication of "Rapport."

JA-KI-SI-KI-NU • MI-DA-MA-RA2

For JA-KI-SI-KI-NU, cf. QA-KI-SE-NU-TI (CR (?) Zf 1), SI-KI-NE (HT 116a.5-6), and A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1).


ARMENOI

ARM Zg 1 (Rethymnon Mus. S.179; LM II/III A1-IIIA 1-2 context), sealstone (CMS V Suppl. I B, no. 310.

*301+*311 {*606}

most likely a MM II stamp seal with random lines


CRETE

CR(?) Zf 1 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 9675) (GORILA IV: 146-147, 162), gold pin (LM IA stylistic date); reverse carries a long, wavy tendril to which are attached opposing clusters of trefoil flowers or leaves (cf. KN Zf 1)

A-MA-WA-SI • KA-NI-JA-MI • I-JA • QA-KI-SE-NU-TI • A-TA-DE


CR Zf 5 (AM 1936.562; Raison-Pope 1994, p. 243), bronze double ax

JA


CR Zg 3 (?) (Hermitage 511; CMS XI, no. 311: burnt amydaloid sealstone).

VINum+[•]/FIC

JGY: doubtful signs


CR Zg 4 (NY Metropolitan Museum; CMS XII 96; (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 242-3, confirmed by del Freo 2012: 14), reel seal of steatite, inscriptions read from the impression.
a. A-RO-TE
b. I-DA-DA


GOURNIA

GO 2, opisthographic page tablet (ex. inv. 12.174) (Watrous et al. 2015, 443-446) (Gournia palace, room 16, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
sup. mut.
r01.SI[
r02.KAF
r02.SI2
r02.DA[
r03.SI-DA-ROE[
r04.•-SE[
inf. mut.
sup. mut.
v01.]1F
v01-.v02.DA[
v02.RE1[ ]
v02.SE-SI[
v03.vest.
inf. mut.

The clay is dark and very finely levigated; it does not seem to be local.
r01, 02: SI may refer to animals being fattened; see the commentary to PH? 31, and Schoep 2002, 102.
r03: it is conceivable that SI-DA-RO (hapax legomenon) could refer to Cape Sidero (also spelled Sidara), if this were a pre-Greek name.

GO Wc 1 (HM 83) (GORILA II: 2; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 11), from House Cf 25, "one of the older houses on the eastern slope of the hill; this area, Quarters C and D, probably went out of use after an LM IA destruction" (Weingarten, Aegaeum 5, 109-110, n. 30, citing Hood & Betancourt, both in Thera and the Aegean World, 1978, 685-86 and 384, respectively). Hallager ( Aegaeum 5, p. 127) notes that the number 5 written after the logogram corresponds to the number of impressions (cf. HT Wc 3024), implying that, on roundels, the number of impressions probably corresponds to the number of commodities involved in the transaction.
statementlogogramnumberno. of impressionsCMS II, 6 no.
a: A-SA-SU-MA-I-SEb: BOSm 55 159: bull left

The clay is a gray buff, probably local.

GO Wc 3, disk roundel (ex. inv. 12.183) (Watrous et al. 2015, 446-448) (Gournia palace, room 16, LM IB context)
statementlogogramnumberno. of impressionsseal
a.new 20, 2 2, each countermarked 1 cushion seal: raised hindquarters of a quadruped running right?
b. vac.

The clay is a gray buff, probably local.
the logogram: lopsided circle containing 2 dots; loops to the sides
the seal: cf. CMS XII, no. 15D
the number: two horizontal strokes (20) are followed by two lightly incised vertical strokes(2). The two sets of numbers may explain the logogram. The circle with two dots looks similar to Cretan Hieroglyphic signs *074 (with two internal dots) and *075 (with three dots) on Knossos bar #053; there, the two signs obviously function as collectives for 20 and 30 commodities, apparently BOS (bovines). If the circle with two dots on GO Wc 3 is also a collective, i.e., 20, that would explain the added two horizontal strokes, clarifying that the two vertical strokes refer to the two dots in the circle, but since these are actually tens, the scribe added the two horizontal strokes to refer to the collective 20.


HAGHIA TRIADA


HAGHIOS STEPHANOS

HS Zg 1 (Sparta Mus. --; GORILA V: 16; Taylour & Janko 2008, 441-43), schist plaque (MH III-LH I context)

A-MA


IOUKTAS

IO Za <1> limestone ladle (PM I 624, fig. 461), painted signs on left interior just below the rim (not seen by GORILA and therefore not included); the angle-brackets indicate that the inscription is now lost, not the object

A-JE-SA


IO Za 2 (HM 3557) (GORILA V: 18-19), square Libation Table, serpentine, with 5 facets per side and one at each corner, making 24 facets in all. Line 1 goes all the way around the Table, its signs being placed one in a facet, its first sign placed in the first facet of side a just after the left corner (whose facet contains the last sign, MA). The signs of Line 2 do not go all the way around the table; they start below the beginning of line 1 and end somewhere on side c or at the beginning of side d; these signs are placed more or less below the ridges that divide the facets above. Line 1, therefore, should contain 24 signs; line 2 contained 13-26 signs. Word divisions in line 1 are on the ridges separating facets. Holes were drilled part-way through the corners, perhaps to hold a lid or some vertical attachments (cf. KN Za 10).

.1: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-DI-KI-TU • JA-SA-SA-RA[-ME • U-NA-KA-NA-]SI [•] I-PI-NA-MA •

.2: SI-RU-TE • TA-NA-RA-TE-U-TI-NU • I-•-•[

Line 1 has all signs perfectly placed. Line 2 is problematic, but probably ended with a word of 6 signs, the first of which is I- (for the second sign, GORILA reads DA, but it could be something else). In the attached illustration, JGY hypothesizes a word-divider on side d between -NA-SI • and I-PI-NA-; on the other sides word-dividers are placed exactly in the center of the ridges dividing the niches. On side d, the 3rd ridge from the left corner is preserved well enough that it is possible that it carried no word-divider.


IO Za 3 (HM 3556) (GORILA V: 20-21), circular Libation Table, marble

• A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • AU-[

lightly incised lines precede the first dot: a vertical line through the dot, an oblique line to its left, and a short horizontal line below that; these may be positioning marks. The A resembles a pictorial ax (curved blades) like those seen on Hieroglyphic seals.


IO Za 4 (HM 3779) (GORILA V: 22-23), Libation Table, serpentine

]*301-WA[

A-TA-I-]*301-WA[-JA.


IO Za 5 (HM 3643) (GORILA V: 22-23), lamp or ladle fragemnt, chrlorite

]I-JA-RE-DI-JA • I-JA-PA[


IO Za 6 (HM 3785) (GORILA V: 24-27), stone cup with petaliform rim, of orange-yellow alabaster with white veins (room I, MM IIIB-LM IA context). The 3 words are written in a single line.

TA-NA-I-*301-U-TI-NU • I-NA-TA-I-ZU-DI-SI-KA • JA-SA-SA-RA-ME •

I-NA-TA-I-ZU-DI-SI-KA is possibly two words: I-NA-TA-I-ZU (placename; cf. Inatos) and DI-SI-KA (personal name).


IO Za 7 (HM 3784) (GORILA V: 28-29), square Libation Table, serpentine (terrace III, MM III-LM I context)

A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-TI-*321 [

• over [[ ]].


IO Za 8 (HM 3783) (GORILA V: 30-31), circular Libation Table, serpentine (terrace III, MM III-LM I context)

] A-NA-TI-*301-WA-JA [


IO Za 9 (HM 3898) (GORILA V: 32-33), square Libation Table, marble. Palaima 1988, 310-12 comments on the retrograde inscription a. The two lines read outward from the corner.

.a (retrograde): JA-SA-SA[-RA-ME

.b: • U-NA-KA[-NA-SI


IO Za 10 (HM 22037) (GORILA V: 34-35, listed as Zb 10), square Libation Table, serpentine (terrace III, MM III-LM I context)

]A-SA-SA-RA-ME

on analogy with PO Zc 1, JGY hypothesizes that the last syllable of the word before A-SA-SA-RA-ME ended in -I.


IO Za 11 (HM 4517; Kar.-God.-Ol. 1985, 142-43); Palaima 1988: 310-12, the inscription is boustrophedon (Raison-Pope 1994, 154: first half of the inscription is left to right; second half is right to left.

.a (upper line): ]-NA-[•]-DA-DA-[• • •][  ]

.b (lower line, retrograde): ]U-TI-NU • I-NA-I-DA-•[

both lines are ruled. Palaima 1988, 313-14: one of the few Linear A non-administrative documents to have ruling (cf. KN Za 19). Davis 2011, 449: upper line, sign 2 could be MI or PI, and sign 5 could be KI; lower line, sign 8 could be MI


IO Za 12 (HM 4518; Kar.-God.-Ol. 1985, 143), square Libation Table, marble (terrace III, MM III-LM I context).

.a: ][• •] • JA-SA-

.b: -SA-RA-ME • I-TI-[

the two sides break up the word JA-SA- | -SA-RA-ME exactly as bifacial Hieroglyphic seals do (cf. CHIC #202, etc. -- but contrast IO Za 16 below)


IO Za 13, square Libation Table, marble (HM 4519; Kar.-God.-Ol. 1985).

][•]-MA-I-[


IO Za 14, square Libation Table, orange-yellow serpentine (HM 4743; Kar. 1987).

SI-]RU-TE • I-DI-[


IO Za 15, square Libation Table, serpentine (HM 4744; Kar. 1987).

]I-PI-NA-MA • SI-RU-[TE


IO Za 16, square Libation Table, red-orange serpentine (HM 5317; Kar.-Gar.-Ol. 2002-2003, 443-44).

.a: ] *123 • JA-SA-SA-RA-

.b: -ME • U-NA-RU-KA[-NA-SI

.a-.b: ] AROM • JA-SA-SA-RA-ME • U-NA-RU-KA[-NA-SI


KAMILARI

KAM Zb 1 (Phaistos Strat. Mus. F 59.2920; Festòs I, 831), jug (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 225)

NU-RO --


KANNIA

KAN Za 1, stone libation table (HM 2895; Bollettino d'Arte 44, 1959, 249 fig. 23-24; Raison-Pope 1994, p. 42), from room XV

a. A-[•]-I
b. [ ] vestigia
c. vestigia



KARDAMOUTSA

KA Zf 1 (British Mus. 1954.U-20 1) (GORILA IV: 149), bronze ax

TU-NU •


KEA

For the peg sealing, see CMS V no. 479

KE 1, page? tablet (K4.274) (GORILA I: 254) (Area N; found with KE Wc 2 and Zb 4; MM III context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1KA-SA[      
.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KE Wc 2 (K4.346, Area N) (GORILA II: 80, called here a roundel, but the rounded, pommel shape more resembles a weight, which the inscriptions [mina+fractions] may support. One edge is flattened: seal impression?; from Area N, found with KE 1 and Zb 4) (MM III context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS
a: Db: B B1not published


KE Zb 3 (K.2974) (GORILA IV: 71), coarse ware [local] cup with one handle (Area G, room 4, LM IB context)

KI


KE Zb 4 (K.2484) (GORILA IV: 72), lamp (Area N, found with KE 1 and Wc 2; MM III context)

• JA-SI-E

Since the • (word-divider) precedes the signs, it is possible that this inscription should read retrograde: E-SI-JA (GORILA). -SI-JA occurs 3 times: HT Zb 159 (A-NA-NU-SI-JA-SE[), HT 28a.1 & b.1-2 (A-SI-JA-KA), PE Zb 3 (KI-TA-NA-SI-JA-SE). JA-SI does not recur.


KE Zb 5 (K.2005) (GORILA IV: 73), jar or jug sherd (House A, room 1, LM IB context)

VINa+RA {*595}

GORILA (V:277) lists this ligature as the only example of *595 (and illustrates it, V:xxiii: 60 RA's horizontal line coterminous with *131a VIN's top horizontal line, and *131a VIN without the dashes within the "trellis"), but Maurizio Del Freo points out that the photograph of the sherd (IV:73) shows the dashes clearly and 60 RA's horizontal line coterminous with *131a VIN's top horizontal line, but it also shows 60 RA facing left (in the only two examples of *594 [ZA 6b.2 and 15b.3] 60 RA faces right and is meant to sit well above *131a VIN [it does on ZA 6b.2 but seems to sit on *131a VIN on ZA 15b.3]).


KE Zb 6 (K.2774) (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 159), fragment of a small vase (sign incised before firing) from House A, room XXVIII

]PU2[


KE Zb 7 (K.3419) (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 159), fragment of a small vase (sign incised before firing) from west of the settlement

]PI[


KHANIA

All come from presumed LM IB contexts

Note
tablets all burnt; very clear & broad hand-writing
KH 1-4, 79/89, 88, 90 from the Plateia Ayia Aikaterini
KH 5-78, 80-87, 91 from the Katre Archive
nodules
KH Wa 1001-1028 from the Katre Archive
noduli
KH Wn 1501-1557 from the Katre Archive
roundels
KH Wc 2001-2003 from Odos Kanevaro
KH Wc 2004, 2005 from Plateia Ayia Aikaterini
KH Wc 2006-2114 from the Katre Archive


KH 1, page? tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 23)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]JE •GRA+F {*582} 70[  
.2    3J
.2  FIC[    
  infra mutila      


KH 2, page? tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 23)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]20  
.1TU-[      
.2  *303+[ ]  E
.2  *306 *303+E[ {*626}    
  infra mutila      


KH 3, page? tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 23)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]NU1  
_____________________________________________________________________
.2 vacat       


KH 4, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 25)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-DU-RE[      
.2  ]*3064  
.2  *303  B[
.3]vest.[      
infra mutila     


KH 5, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 25) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2A-DA-KI-SI-KA • A-RA-U-DA •      
.2WI-SA-SA-NE*303+E {*626}2  
.2  VINb+WI {*598}2  
.3WI-NA-DU •*301-NA •
.3-4KU-PA-ZU*303+[ ]3[A
.4  FIC2J B

.1-2: A-RA-U over [[ ]]; .3: could WI-NA-DU be ancient Inatos? (Miguel Valério); wi-na-to appears in Linear B, KN AS 604.02, 03. Ancient Inatos (Einatos) was the port (modern Tsoutsouros) for Priansos; it lies on the south coast, half way between Lendas and Mirtos. The cave of Eileithyia yielded dedications from the Neopalatial period into Roman.


KH 6, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 27) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1  ]*303+D {*624}  J
.1DI-SI-[      
.2    ]-TE-NU-RE[      
.3    ]KI-SA-NE*303+D {*624}  J
.3        
.3  *347[    
.4  ]*303+[ ]  J
.4RI-TA-JE*303+D {*624}[    
.5  ] CAPm1  
.5  *303+D {*624}  J
.5  BOS1  
.5  ][ ]+PA[    
.5        
.6 ]-RE •*3341  
.6  *303+D {*624}  J
.6-7PI-SA[]*303+D {*624}  J
.7AU-RE-TE •*3061  
.8    ] 8  
.8  *3032J B

.5: [ ]+PA is probably either GRA+PA or 304+PA


KH 7, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 28-31) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities); JGY: people+*303
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
  supra mutila      
a.1    ]NE-[•]-KI*3344  
a.1  *303+D {*624}1[  
a.2  ]I*303+E {*626}  K
a.2-3E-NA-SI •VIR+*313b {*571}10  
a.3  *303+D {*624}  J
a.3I-JA-PA-ME • TA-TA •      
a.4QA-TI-KIVIR+*313b {*571}4  
a.4  *303+D {*624}  B
a.4SE-*305 •      
a.4-5KU-[•]-KO-EVIR+*313b {*571}[ ]18  
a.5  *303+D {*624}1J E L2[
a.6      ]B L6
        
  supra mutila      
b.1 vacat       
_____________________________________________________________________
b.2U-TA-I-SE*303+D {*624}  J[
b.2-3    ]PA-NA-TU*303+D {*624}  J
b.3  *304+PA {*629}1  
b.3  SI14  
b.3  *303+K {*627}2  
b.4-6 vacant       

This is one of only two opisthographic tablets from Khania (cf. KH 97).
.a: The repetition of the pair VIR+*313b and *303+D looks like it might reflect a fixed ratio: J : 10 as B : 4 as 1JEL2 : 18. Taking the first one, J:10, that ratio = 1/2 : 10 or 1:20. If the ratio is the same for the other citations, then B is to 4 as 1 is to 20, and thus B = 1/5 (cf. KH 4), not 1/3. If the same ratio holds for 1JEL2, we would have to correct 18 to 38 (18 is certain, but there is room for two more ten-dashes): thus, 1JE + L2 = 38/20, or 7/4 + L2 = 38/20, or 35/20 +L2 = 38/20, or L2 = 3/20.
a.3: I-JA-PA-ME may be a religious heading; cf. I-JA-PA[ (IO Za 2), I-NA-JA-PA-QA (Libation Formula word 8).
b: a sizeable left margin (~2 cm)


KH 8, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 33) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
  supra mutila      
.1  ]RE[    
.2    ]-TA  2  
.2  *303+D {*624}  J
.2  [[FIC  J]]
.3  ]GRA  J
.3  *304  E
.3  *303  E
.3  VIR+[•][    
.4  ]FIC  E
.4  *3121  
.4  *5101  


KH 9, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 35) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1A-SI-SU-PO-A •VIR+*307 {*569}[    
.2    ]K
.2  FICE B
.2  MI[    
.3    ]I-SI •*303+D {*624}  J[
.4    ]2  
.4  *303  E
.4  VINa[    
.5  ]*303  E L2[
.6      ]X
.6  SI+TA2 {*532} *3041[  


KH 10 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 36-37) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 5
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]2  
.2]vest.[    J
.2  GRA10  
.3I-PA-SA-JA • QA-*118    
.3-4A-KI-PI-E-TEGRA90  

QA-*118: cf. I-QA-*118 (HT 44a.1; HT 131a.2-3)


KH 11, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 38-39) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-DU-[•]-ZA*303  K
.2  SU3  
.2  *303+E {*626}  K L2
.2  VINa  A
.3  *3064  
.3  *303  B
.3-4  *348 *303  K L2
.4-5A-TO-*349-TO-I*303+E {*626}3  
.5  FIC1  
.5  VINa3  
.5-6A-TE-*350*3011  
.6  *306   
.6  SI *303  K L2

.1: A-DU-RE-ZA possible
.4-5 & 5.6: only occurence of *349 & *350; cf. the common A-TA-*301- in the Libation Formula.


KH 12, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 40-41) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1  ]*303+[ ]2  
.1  *308  J
.1  MI+JA+RU {*550}  J
.2      ]B
.2  *335[  ]B
.2  • I+[?] {*516} •   [    
.3      ]K
.3  *401VAS+*304 {*653}  D
.3  *401VAS+RU {*651}  W  [
.4  *401VAS+RU {*651}  W[
  infra mutila      

.3: *401VAS+*304 = *653, a type of 2-handled cup ( *400VAS+*304: HT 82b)
.3, .4: *401VAS+RU = *651, a type of 2-handled cup


KH 13, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 42-43) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]2J[
.2    ]A-SE-RE-ZA[      
.3      ] E L2
.3  *304[ ] *303  B[
.4]vest.[      
.4    ]DA-I[      
.5    ]3  
  infra mutila      

.3: *304[ ] undoubtedly was *304+PA {*629}.


KH 14, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 44-45) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]RA •  
.1A-MA-JA •*3036[  
.2  ]*303  E
.2  *3362  
.2  *303  K[
.3  ] FIC  E
.3  VIR+*307 {*569}2[  
.3  *303+[ ][    
  infra mutila      


KH 15, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 46-47) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]*303+[ ]  J
.1  FIC  J
.2  ]FIC  E
  infra mutila      


KH 16, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 46-47) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]22  
.1  *303  K L2[
.2    ]U-TA-I-SI*303+D {*624} [    
.3      ]J
.3TA-[      
  infra mutila      

.3 or: *303[ ] J


KH 17, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 48-49) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)  
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[]vest.[  
.2    ]vacat  
.3  ]4J B
.3  FIC[    
.4  ]FIC1  
.4  A[    
  infra mutila      


KH 18, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 48-49) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]*401VAS+[ ][ {*649}    
.2    ]5  
.2I-KU-PI[      
.3  ]VINc1  
.3  KU22  
.3SI[    
.4    ]DA+*301 {*503}VINc1  
.4  RO+RO {*504}[    

1. *401VAS 2-handled cup


KH 19, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 50-51) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]*306 VIR+*307 {*569}13 [  
.2    ]2  
.2  OLE+TA {*615}  B[


KH 20, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 52-53) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2A-SI-KI-RA •*303+E {*626}[    
.2      ]B
.3vacat[    ]vacat      
.4    ]DU-RE-ZA •*303+E {*626}  J
.4  FIC  E
.5-7 vacant       

.4: ]SE-RE-ZA not impossible.


KH 21, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 54-55) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]*303  W
.2      ]D
.2  FIC2[  
.3    *306-QE-DU[      

.3: after #306 there are 2 signs: GORILA interprets sign 1 as 100 and comments that there are "indeterminate marks in the interior of the circle"; the sign resembles Hieroglyphic CHIC *074/*075 (, ), which can be demonstrated to represent a group of whatever the number is inscribed in the circle, in this case perhaps 20 or 30. GORILA gives no interpretation of the second sign


KH 22, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]-ZA •SU7  
.1  *303+E [ {*626}    
.2  ]SI4  
.2  *303 [    
  infra mutila      

.1: ]RE-ZA possible.


KH 23, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-DU[      
.2  ]*303+[ ][    
  infra mutila      


KH 24, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]SU12[  
.2      ]L2
  infra mutila      


KH 25, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]VIR140[  
.2  ]VIR10[  
  infra mutila      


KH 26, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 58-59) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
supra mutila
.1  ]VIR60[  
.2  ]  FIC2E L4
.2]vest.[      
.3]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 27, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 58-59) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]FIC[    
.2  ]GRA+PA {*574}4[  
.2        

.2: GRA+PA {*574} over [[*303+J]].


KH 28, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 58-59) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
  
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2]SE • GRA+F {*582}[    


KH 29, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 60-61 ) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]-RA • TA2[      
.2    ]1  
.2KU-PA[      
.3    ]2  
.3  *303  J[
.4]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 30, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 60-61 ) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1      ]L2[
.2  ]FIC9  
.3    ]vacat       


KH 31, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 62-63) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]*401VAS+[ ][ {*649}    
.2  ]vacat[    
. vacant       
_____________________________________________________________________
.3      ]J
.3  *401VAS+RA {*652}[    
.3    ]1  
  infra mutila      

.2, .3: *401VAS 2-handled cup


KH 32, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 62-63) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1I-*331[      
.2    ]5 [  
  infra mutila      


KH 33, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 62-63) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
  supra mutila      
.1  ]*303+D {*624}[    
.2    ]1  
.2  A[    
  infra mutila      


KH 34, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 64-65) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]*303+E {*626}2  
.1  FIC[    
.2  ]vest.[    
  infra mutila      


KH 35, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 64-65) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]vest.[    
.2    ]1  
.2  *303+[ ][    
  infra mutila      


KH 36, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 64-65) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]KA • MI+JA+RU {*550}4[  
.2    ]-NA[      
  infra mutila      


KH 37, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 66-67) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]*304+[•] {*625}2  
.1  WI[    
.2  ]*304+[•] {*625} [    
  infra mutila      


KH 38, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 66-67) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
  supra mutila      
.1  ]vest.[    
.2  *303+D {*624}  J[
.3  ]vest.[    
  infra mutila      


KH 39, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 66-67) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-TA-[      
.2  ]  OLE+TA {*615}[    
  infra mutila      


KH 40, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 68-69) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
      ]SI-NA-[      
  infra mutila      


KH 41, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 68-69) (LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]3  
.2    ]KA-TA-RE[      
  infra mutila      


KH 42, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 68-69) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
    ]*307+*301 {*637}[    
  infra mutila      


KH 43, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 70-71) (LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]MA+RU-RE {*562}2  
.2  WI+ZE {*527}[    
  infra mutila      


KH 44, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 70-71) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2  ]*335[    
  infra mutila      


KH 45, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 70-71) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A[      
.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 46, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 72-73) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2      ]L4
.2  VINa [    
  infra mutila      


KH 47, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 72-73) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]QA-NE[      
.2    ]6  
.2  SI[    
.3  ]RA • *306[    


KH 49, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 72-73) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]-RU[      
.2  ]KU[    
  infra mutila      


KH 50, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 74-75) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities), perhaps IV (people?)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]-TA  2  
.2    ]-JE  2  
.2QE-[•]  1  
_____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________


KH 51, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 74-75) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities), perhaps IV (people?)
KH Scribe 4
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]SI-I-SI  3 
.2    ]4  
.2  TU[    
  infra mutila      


KH 52, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 74-75) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2    ]TA-U-[      
  infra mutila      


KH 53, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 76-77) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]A-ME-*123 •      
.1  NE[    
  infra mutila      

*123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (condiments, herbs, spices)


KH 54, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 76-77) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]*303+E {*626}1  
.1  GRA+[ ]1[  
.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 55, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 76-77) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2  OLE+TA {*615}  B [
.3    3[  
.3  FIC[    
  infra mutila      


KH 56, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 78-79) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1      ]J E L2[
.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 57, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 78-79) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 4
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]TU[    
.2  ]ZO1[  
.3  ]*303+[ ]  E[
  infra mutila      

.1: at right of ]TU, , traces perhaps of K[.


KH 58, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 80-81) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2  ]*303+[ ]4  
.2  FIC[    
.4  ]*303+E {*626}1E
.3  A[    
.3  ] *303+E {*626}4[  
.5  ]*303+[ ]  J
.5A-*301[      


KH 59, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 80-81) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]1  
.2    ]-I  5  
.3    ]-DI-NA  5  
  infra mutila      


KH 60, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 82-83) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1    ]RA-KI-TA-NA-SI[      
.2  ]*131c  W
.2  TA2 *303[    
.3      ]D
.3  MI+JA+RU {*550}  D[
.4]vest.[  
  infra mutila      

.1: It is tempting to separate RA (ending of A-KA-RA?), and restore KI-TA-NA-SI[-JA-SE (as on PE Zb 3).


KH 61, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 82-83) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]20[  
.2    ]1  
.2  MA[    
.3      ]  B
.3  OLE+TA {*615}  L2[
.4  ]*303+[ ]2  
.4  GRA1W

.1: ]vest.[ and .2 ]FIC 10[ equally possible.
.2: MA over [[QE]].
.2 perhaps: VINc before 1 MA.


KH 62, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 84-85) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]MA[    
.2-3vacant[    


KH 63, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 84-85) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]SU10[  
.2  ]*401VAS+RU {*651}  L2[
  infra mutila      

.2: *401VAS 2-handled cup


KH 64, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 84-85) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]TA-[      
2.]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 65, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 86-87) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
    ]FIC[    
  infra mutila      


KH 66, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 86-87) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
      ]  30  [    
  infra mutila      

Trace at left not incompatible of OLE+TA.


KH 67, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 86-87) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2    ]1[  
  infra mutila      


KH 68+71, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 88-89) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]*401VAS+[ ] {cf. *649}  L2[
.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      

.1: *401VAS 2-handled cup. *401VAS+[ ] begins the first preserved line but there is no space lost to the right, unlike *609 which is defined as ]*609VAS+[ ][.


KH 69, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 88-89) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
  ]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 70, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 88-89) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
  ]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 72, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 90-91) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
  ]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 73, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 90-91) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1      ]L2
.1    A[    
.2    ]1  
.2  FIC1  
.2  *304+PA {*629}1[  
.3      ]K
.3A-[      
  infra mutila      

.3: A-SU[ or A-TA[ equally possible.


KH 74, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 92-93) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]-SI • JA-DA-SU[      
.2    ]SI-*301-MI {*605}      
  infra mutila      

.1 possibly: ]NA-SI. Since *605 appears by itself on KH Wc 2054 & 2055 it is probably an independent signgroup also here: ]SI *605.


KH 75, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 92-93) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1      ]J[
.2  ]*303+[ ]  K L2
.2  FIC  B
  infra mutila      


KH 76, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 92-93) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]SI4[  
.2            ]*303+[ ]  E L6
  infra mutila      


KH 77, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 94-95) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
    ]*303+[ ]  W
  infra mutila      


KH 78, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 94-95) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
      ]30[  
  infra mutila      


KH 79+89, page tablet (KH MUS. 79+89) (GORILA V: 38-39; GORILA III: 94-95 publishes KH 79)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatement
.1    ]MI-NA[
.2    ]PA-TA • A-RA-[
.3    ]-PA-DA-NI
.4   vacat  
  infra mutila

This is a remarkable document in several respects: 1) it is finely and grandly written; 2) the text does not take up all the tablet; 3) the first word contains ]MI-NA[, a combination frequently found; 4) two-word phrases are rare and most of them occur in headings; and 5) after the two words whose endings are preserved, there are no numbers (cf. PH 6).


KH 80, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 96-97) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1      ]D
.1  OLE+[ ][    
  infra mutila      


KH 81, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 96-97) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2    5[  
.2  MI+JA+I {*551}1000[  
.3    ]3  
  infra mutila      

.3 or: 22[ ][3.


KH 82, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 96-97) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2  ]OLE+RI {*614}  L2[
.3  ]*3151[  
.4  ]*336[    
  infra mutila      


KH 83, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 98-99) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ] •    
.1A-DI-NE[      
.2  ]*401VAS+A {*650}15  
.2  *401VAS+RU {*651}[    
  infra mutila      

.2: *401VAS 2-handled cup. The first adjunct looks like NU (with 2 strokes inside the uprights) but since NU is usually written with an arc in side the uprights, this may rather be PA3 (thanks to Fontán-Tejeiro), neither of which recurs with *401 in the corpus (RU is common, *304 and RA occur occasionally).


KH 84, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 98-99) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]*303  J[
.2  ]*3011  
.2  *306[    
.3  *401VAS+RU {*651}[    
  infra mutila      

.3: *401VAS 2-handled cup


KH 85, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 98-99) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]OLE+TA {*615}  J
.1  *308[    
.2  ] *401VAS+RU {*651}  K
.2  VINc[    
.3  ]*304[    
.3  ]*303[  D[
  infra mutila      

.2: *401VAS 2-handled cup.

.3: the two signs *304 & *303 are placed together on the tablet ]*304 *303 D[, and as such they are listed together as "Complex Sign" *633 (GORILA V pp. xxvi, 286, 287); in their transcription, GORILA V 99 separates the signs into the two entries, as transcribed here.
The fractions total 61/80 (J=1/2, K=1/16, D=1/5), a little over 3/4.


KH 86, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 100-101) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
KH Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]RE-ZA*303[    
.2  ]*303+[ ]  A B B
.2PI-NU-[      
.3    ]3[  
.3  *303+[ ]  J E[
  infra mutila      

.3 or: SI[


KH 87, page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 100-101) (LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2      ]L2
.2  *306[    
.3      ]J
.3  BOSm1  


KH 88, page tablet (KH MUS. 88) (GORILA V: 40-41)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2QA-NU-MA • QIf-*118 •FIC10  
.2-3PU-DE  8  
.4 vacat[       
  infra mutila      

for QIf-*118 as a separate statement, compare ARKH 2.3-4


KH 89: see KH 79


KH 90, page tablet (KH MUS. 90) (GORILA V: 42-43)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ][•]-JA[      
.2    ]MA-TA-RI-TA[      
.3]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


KH 91, page tablet (KH MUS. 91) (GORILA V: 44-45) (LM IB context)
KH Scribe 6
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ][•]    
.1  GRA1  
.1  VINa [    
.2  ]*3161J L2
.2  ZU[    
.3      ]A
.3  TU  K
.3  FIC[    
.4  *401VAS+RU {*651}  K
.4  *401VAS+RA {*652}[    
  infra mutila      

.1: GRA or *326 ?
.4: *401VAS 2-handled cup


KH 92, page tablet (KH Mus. 92) (Kadmos 25, 1986, 108-115), House II?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-DA-QIf-RI     
.1KU-NI-TE  10 [  
.2    ]NA-KI  1vest.[
  infra mutila      


KH 93, page tablet (KH Mus. 93) (Kadmos 25, 1986, 115), House II?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1-3    ]vacant       


KH 94, page tablet (KH MUS.); Hallager, Vlasakis & Markoulakis 1991: 36-37 [LM IIIC disturbed: mostly IIIB])
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ] QA+[ ]+PU    
.2    ] 17  
.2-3  I [    ] ZA[    
  infra mutila      

.1: perhaps QA2+[?]+PU {*510}


KH 95, page tablet (KH MUS.); Hallager, Vlasakis,& Markoulakis 1991: 37-39 [LM IB]), House II?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  SE7  
.1]vest.[      


KH 96, page tablet (KH MUS.); Hallager, Vlasakis & Markoulakis 1991: 39-40 [LM IB])
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2      ] L A A


KH 97, page tablet (KH MUS.); Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 8-9; Hallager 2008: 359 [LM IB destruction level]
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.a1]RE A-JA [      
.a2] NA [      
infra mutila      
.b1]-SE-I[      
.b2]vestigia[      
infra mutila      

this is the second opisthographic tablet from Khania (cf. KH 7)


KH 99, old number KH 98, page tablet (KH MUS.); Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 10-11; Hallager 2008: 360 [LM II deposit]
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1]PA-RI-DE       
.2]A-SI-*118      
.3]KU-KA-[       

.2: cf. DA-SI-*118 (HT 13.5, 85a.3-4, 99b.1), *086-SI-*118-KA


KH 100, old number KH 99, page tablet (KH MUS.); Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 11-13 [LM IIIA context]
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1 *352 *306[    
.2  ]ROVIN[    
.3  ]KE    E [

.2: RO written over erased ZA


KH 101, page tablet? (KH MUS.); AR 58, 2011-2012, 73 [Katre St 1]

text not given


KH 102, page tablet? (KH MUS.); AR 58, 2011-2012, 73 [LM IIIA context]

text not given


KH Wa 1001, 1002 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 104) (LM IB context)

a: *317+KI {*640}
g: DA+RO {*501}
b: seal impression CMS V Supp. 1A 153: bull in PT 5B, L

.a-.g: A-KI-DA-RO
The two sealings present the same inscription, but GORILA presents it in two different ways. GORILA III, 104, prints out signs *08-*67-*01-*60 (A-KI-DA-RO). But GORILA IV, 248 and 296, notes the more solid shape of the double-ax sign and transcribes it as *317 ; and, since each pair of syllables is on a separate side of the sealing and therefore consists of one large and one smaller sign to fit in the small space, GORILA IV presents each pair as a ligature: *317+KI (*640 on side a) DA+RO (*501 on side g). Ligature *640 may occur also on KH 7a.1, but the reading is doubtful. On the two sealings, the double ax sign's two horizontal lines are long, continuous, and curved, cut through by the vertical hasta as the last line drawn. Sign *317 occurs on three (other) documents, as a logogram only. On ARKH 3a.3 and 5, the horizontals are short and straight with the vertical lines at either end extending above and below. On HT 96a.3, the sign looks exactly like a speared box, very neatly drawn. And on PH 9a, it looks exactly like the speared box on HT 96a.3 but on its side, with the hasta to the right. In other words, the double ax sign on the sealings, with its curved horizontals, does not look like the (other) examples of *317 or the common, abstract and linear versions of *08. Instead, it has affinities with other renderings of *08 A that refer more artistically to the solid and curved blades of the double: HT 88.1 has *08 with two horizontal lines very close together ending in curved vertical blade ends (cf. the curved blade ends on HT 126a.1 and the close pair of horizontals on PK Za 4, Za 12). The sign's more sculptural counterparts are seen in KO Za 1.a, c (GORILA IV); and IO Za 2a.1, Za 3, and Za 7 (GORILA V).


KH Wa 1003, 1004 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 105) (LM IB context)
*82
seal impression CMS V Supp. 1A 153: bull runs left, head up


KH Wa 1005 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 105) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 50
ZE
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wa 1006-1008 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 106) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 50
ZE
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wa 1009, 1010 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 107) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 50
ZE
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wa 1011 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 107) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 51
*301
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wa 1012 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 108) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 51
*301
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wa 1013 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 108) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 52
a+g: *86-RO
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 167: waterbird & dolphin? in radial symmetry ccl


KH Wa 1014, 1015 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 109) (LM IB context)
KH Wa Scribe 52
a+g: *86-RO
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 168: waterbird & nautilus in radial symmetry ccl


KH Wa 1016 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 110) (LM IB context)
a+g: *86-RO
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 168: waterbird & nautilus in radial symmetry ccl


KH Wa 1017 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 110) (LM IB context)
*301
b: seal impression CMS V Supp. 1A 151: bull in PT 13A, L


KH Wa 1018 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 111) (LM IB context)
*371
b: seal impression CMS V Supp. 1A 155: nanny & kid in PT 16B, L


KH Wa 1019 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 111) (LM IB context)
E
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 162: lion in PT 14B, R


KH Wa 1020 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 111) (LM IB context)
]•
b: seal impression: CMS V Supp. 1A 162: lion in PT 14B, R


KH Wc 2001 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 114; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 39), scribe 59 [cf. KH Wc 2034 & 2033]
KH Wc Scribe 59
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS
  O8V 236; & V Supp 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2002 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 114; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 40)
KH Wc Scribe 60
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O10V 236: V Supp 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2003 (KH MUS.) (GORILA: III: 114; Roundel 2: 41)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
]vest.[  5V 236; & V Supp 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2004 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 115; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 42)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VIR[6V 234: waterbird flies right


KH Wc 2005 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 115; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 43)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
KA-NA-NI-TI  7V 233: 3 monkeys


KH Wc 2006 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 116; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 44), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 53
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *417VAS8V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*417VAS basket (like those carried by the girls in the saffron-gathering fresco from Xeste 3, Akrotiri)


KH Wc 2007 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 116; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 45), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 53
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *417VAS2V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*417VAS basket (like those carried by the girls in the saffron-gathering fresco from Xeste 3, Akrotiri)


KH Wc 2008 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 116; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 46), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2009 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 117; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 47), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2010 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 117; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 48), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *409VAS9V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles


KH Wc 2011 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 118; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 49), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4[V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2012 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 118; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 50), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb6[[2]]V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2013 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 118; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 51), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4[V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2014 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 119; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 52), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2015 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 119; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 53), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2016 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 119; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 54), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2017 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 120; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 55), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb3V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2018 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 120; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 56), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb2[V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2019 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 121; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 57), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASa15V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2020 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 121; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 58), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *409VAS12V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles


KH Wc 2021 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 122; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 59), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *409VAS6V Supp. 1A 182: Talismanic "papyrus"/"lion mask"

*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles


KH Wc 2022 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 122; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 60), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2023 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 122; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 61), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb[  ]  

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2024 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 123; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 62), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 54
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb[  ]  

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2025 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 123; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 63), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *409VAS[ ][  ]  

*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles


KH Wc 2026 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 124; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 64), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *3222V Supp. 1A 156


KH Wc 2027 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 124; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 65), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *3222V Supp. 1A 176: woman at shrine


KH Wc 2028 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 124; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 66), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *1911V Supp. 1A 157: cow right licks suckling calf

AB *191 = GAL (helmet) (Palaima 1985: 325)


KH Wc 2029, 2030 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 125; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 67), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VIR+KA {*568}6V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face


KH Wc 2031 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 126; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 69), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VIR+KA {*568}4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face


KH Wc 2032 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 126; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 70), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VIR+KA {*568}9V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly


KH Wc 2033 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 127; scribe 59 [cf. KH Wc 2001 & 2034]; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 71), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 59
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O8[V Supp. 1A 182: Talismanic "papyrus"/"lion mask"


KH Wc 2034 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 127; scribe 59 [cf. KH Wc 2001 & 2033]; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 72), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 59
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O6[V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2035 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 127; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 73), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O2V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2036 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 128; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 74), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 55
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d5V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2037 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 128; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 75), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 55
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d5V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2038 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 128; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 76), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 55
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d2V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2039 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 77), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 55
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d2V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2040 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 78), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164b1V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2041 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 79), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164c1V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2042 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 80), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164a2V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2043 (KH MUS. 2043) (GORILA III: 130; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 81), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164a3V Supp. 1A 165: bird flies right


KH Wc 2044+2096 (KH MUS. 2044+2096) (GORILA V:46; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 82), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164a5[V Supp. 1A 165: bird flies right


KH Wc 2045 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 130; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 83), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d6  


KH Wc 2046 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 131; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 84), LM IB context; on the rim, between two impressions, a hole (depth 1.7 cm).
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}7V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2047 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 131; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 85), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}4V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2048 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 131; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 86), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}5V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2049 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 132; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 87), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}7V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2050 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 132; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 88), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}5V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2051 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 132; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 89), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}3V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2052 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 133; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 90), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}5V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2053 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 133; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 91), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}5V Supp. 1A 160: dog stands right, head up


KH Wc 2054 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 134; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 92), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 56
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+MI {*605; cf. *553}5V Supp. 1A 182: Talismanic "papyrus"/"lion mask"


KH Wc 2055 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 134; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 93), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 56
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+MI {*605; cf. *553}6V Supp. 1A 176: woman at shrine


KH Wc 2056 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 135; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 94), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 57
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *337+*188 {*645}12V Supp. 1A 162: lion right scratches lowered head with hindleg


KH Wc 2057 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 135; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 95), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 57
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *337+*188 {*645}11V Supp. 1A 162: lion right scratches lowered head with hindleg


KH Wc 2058 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 136; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 96), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*566}9V Supp. 1A 157: cow right licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2059+2091+2092 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 136; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 97), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*566}11[V Supp. 1A 176: woman at shrine


KH Wc 2060 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 137; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 98), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*566}3[V Supp. 1A 174: man restrains collared dog


KH Wc 2061 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 137; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 99), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*566}[  ]  


KH Wc 2062 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 137; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 100), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*566}2[V Supp. 1A 162: lion right scratches lowered head with hindleg


KH Wc 2063 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 138; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 101), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  OVIS9[V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2064 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 138; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 102), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  MI+*301 {*553}3V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2065 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 138; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 103), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*351 {*607}2V Supp. 1A 159: monkey sits left


KH Wc 2066 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 139; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 104), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  • I+[?] {*516} •2V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face


KH Wc 2067 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 139; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 105), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 58
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *3383V Supp. 1A 164: griffin couchant left


KH Wc 2068 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 139; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 106), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 58
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *3383V Supp. 1A 164: griffin couchant left


KH Wc 2069 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 140; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 107), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  BOSm4V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

GORILA seems to read BOSm 2; Hallager records strokes but he does not read numbers.


KH Wc 2070 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 140; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 108), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  • I+[?] {*516} •4[V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face


KH Wc 2074 (KH MUS.) (Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 112), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  vest.2[V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face


KH Wc 2079 (KH MUS.) (Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 117), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *411VASb6[V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles


KH Wc 2084 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 122), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *408VAS3[V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles


KH Wc 2088+2089+fr (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 126), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *vest.3[V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly


KH Wc 2095 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 129), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d2[V Supp. 1A 165: bird flies right


KH Wc 2097 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 130), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*565}6[V Supp. 1A 177: girl holds scepter? in front of woman sitting on shrine


KH Wc 2098 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 131), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *3222V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2099 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 142; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 132), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  MI+*301 {*553; cf. *605}5V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2100 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 142; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 133), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VIR-*352-JA9V Supp. 1A 166: 2 waterbirds swim right

*352: this is the only occurrence of this sign; it resembles B MUL


KH Wc 2101 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 143; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 134), LM IB context; on the rim, directly below the logogram, a hole (depth 0.3 cm).
KH Wc Scribe 60
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O7[V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2102 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 143; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 135), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  OVIS4V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2103 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 143; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 136), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *408VAS5V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles


KH Wc 2104 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 144; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 137), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 60
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O10V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2105 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 144; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 138), LM IB context
KH Wc Scribe 60
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O10V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2106 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 144; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 139), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
VIRKA6V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face


KH Wc 2109 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 145; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 142), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *86+*188 {*566}[  ]  


KH Wc 2110 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 145; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 143), LM IB context; on the rim, opposite the impressions and directly under the logogram, a hole (depth 0.8 cm).
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O8V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2111 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 145; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 144), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *164d1[V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly


KH Wc 2113 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 146; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 146), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *301+*311 {*606}3[4]V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf


KH Wc 2114 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 146; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 147), LM IB context [  ]
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *408VAS[ ]  

*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles


KH Wc 2115 (KH MUS. 2115) (GORILA V: 46; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 148), L IB context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O3[V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2117 (KH MUS. 2117) (GORILA V: 47; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 150), LM III A context (Hallager & Vlasakis 1984: 1-6: found on LM III A floor; two inscriptions written with two different styli; Hallager & Weingarten 1992: one of possibly two roundels with isolate signs on both faces, other possibly being KN Wc 48 [also see KH Wc 2106])
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
a: VIR[b:*86+*188 {*565}4[V Supp. 1A 143: woman at oar/rudder


KH Wc 2118 (KH Mus. 2118 ) (GORILA V: 48; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 151) (Hallager & Vlasakis 1984: 6-10: found between LM III A1 floors; sign 61 probably an ideogram or acrophonymn)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  O6V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant


KH Wc 2121 (KH MUS.) (Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 155)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  vest.[  ]  


KH Wc 2122 (KH Mus. 2122) (Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 155), Katre deposit, LM IB context.
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *408VAS6V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles


KH Wc 2123 (KH MUS.), roundel; Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 13-15; Hallager 2008: 360 [street north of Greek-Swedish excavations; Geometric context]; very large (D. 6.48 x 6.63; Th 1.50 cm)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsseal
bird {*373 suggested new logogram}    PI-KA 9lentoid: two women process right, left arm up, right arm trailing behind

the bird looks like this ; the lentoid:


KH Wc 2124 (KH MUS.), roundel; Katre St 1
statementlogogramno. of impressionsseal
TELA152 couchant lions

for the seal impressions, cf. CMS V 236 and CMS VS 1A, 144 & 163, an amygdaloid that impressed KH Wc 2001-2003, 2019, 2020, 2034, 2035, 2063, 2084, 2101-2105, 2110, 2115, 2118, & 2122


KH Zb 98, old number KH Zb 1 (KH MUS.), fragment of the neck and shoulder of a coarse jar; Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 15-17; Hallager 2008: 360 [MM III context]

NI/FIC

since the sign is stemless (cf. PH 16a) it may be Hieroglyphic *024


KNOSSOS

Owens 1993c sees the four mason marks on the Royal Tomb (Evans, Prehistoric Tombs of Knossos, 1906, fig. 146) as an inscription, KN Ze 45, KA-SI-A-TE, and, following Boskamp 1990, the perplexing drawing on a (ProtoPalatial?) stone block at the NW corner of the KN palace (PM I fig. 98) as another inscription, KN Ze 44, I-•-WA-JA. The former is lost, but Hood ("Mason's Marks in the Palaces" in The Function of the Minoan Palaces, R. Hägg & N. Marinatos eds., 205-212, esp. 209) took the marks as mason marks (JGY agrees); the latter is still to be seen on site and, to JGY, if it must be interpreted as anything, it looks like an architectural plan.


KN 1, page tablet (HM 1267) (GORILA I: 256-257) (Temple Repository, MM III B context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1-2JA-KU-TIE240  
a.3. vacat       
b.1-3JA-DU-RA-TIE105  

a.1-2: cf. A-KU-TU-*361 (TY 3a.7).
b.1-2: cf. A-DU-[••] (TY 3a.3) & A-DA (TY 3a.5). Is it possible that /A-DU-R/ is in opposition to /A-KU-T/, as if "receipts" vs. "deficits"?
b.3: the number 105 is written with ten 10s and five 1s.


KN 2, page tablet (HM 705) (GORILA I: 258-259) (Corridor by SE Insula, MM IIIB? PM I 574 fig. 418)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]RU-NA  2  
.2  *1183  
.2  I+*301 {*520}5  [  
  infra mutila      


KN 22, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 5800) (GORILA I: 260-261), provenience unknown
side.linestatement number
a.1    ]SU-JU-TA[ ]20[  
a.2    ]KA-JE-[    
          
b    ]PO-DI-PA3 110  
c.1    ]MA-SU-MI • [•]-NA[    
c.2]vest.[    

a/c are the front/back of the document and, from the breaks, they are upside down to each other; b was written along the top of c; c/b therefore should form a separate (and 1st?) statement from that on a

a.2 or: ]KA-JE-KO[
b (= lat. sup. to a) or: ]A-DI-PA3 (cf. PK Zb 25)


KN 28, page tablet (HM 708) (GORILA I: 262-263) (Corridor by SE Insula, MM III B? PM I 574 fig. 418)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1]vest.[      
a.2  ]OVISf1[  
a.3  ]*3109 [  
a.4  ]GRA[5[  
  infra mutila      
          
  supra mutila      
b.1]vest.[      
b.2  ]TE  L3[
b.3    ]3  
b.3  SU+MI {*540}  L3[
b.4        
  infra mutila      

b.3: SU+MI [[L]] L3[; might actually be SU+OLE


KN 32, page? tablet (HM 1533) (GORILA I: 264-265), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1        
  supra mutila      
a.1    ]A-PA-[      
a.2A-KA-TA[      
  infra mutila      
          
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]TE[    
b.2    ]-SA-PU      
b.2  PA[    
b.3    ]-JA-SU      
  infra mutila      

a.1 or ]A-PA-*118[


KN 54 (HM no no. 54; Raison-Pope 1994, p. 243)

supra mutila
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1]PU-RA-[      
.2  ] VINc  K [
infra mutila


KN Wa 40 (Stratigraphical Museum 92/Small Find 99) (Macdonald & Schoep 1992) (South House, MM IIA; the inscription could just as well be Hieroglyphic)

a: ]• L[
g: not preserved


KN Wb 33 (HM 666) (GORILA II: 82) (KSPI Ve; NE House; MM IIIB)

a: QA-KI[
b: NU-SE-[
g: seal impression: architectonic cushion seal (CMS II 8, no. 95)


KN Wb 50 (HMs 1236; findspot unknown)

a: *301
g: seal impression: unclear (CMS II 8, no. 604)


KN Wb 51 (HMs 369; findspot unknown)

a: •
b: ring impression: battle (duel) scene (CMS II 8, no. 279)


KN Wc 3 (HM 413) (GORILA II: 84; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 159) (West Temple Repository, MM IIIB context)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS II 8
]KA-I-KA[  
2 impressions: no. 116 (lentoid): three rosettes
1 impression: no. 121 (rectangular prism): cross (RO) & dot


KN Wc 23 (HM 342; CMS II 8, no. 116) (GORILA II: lvi: "no written signs"; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 160)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS II 8
WE+WE3 impressions: no. 116 (lentoid): three rosettes


KN Wc 26 (CMS X 120) (GORILA II: 84; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 163); Søyen Collection (Norway) [formerly Erlenmeyer].
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS X
a: RU-JAb: NI-PI1 impression (disc): no. 120: papyrus


KN Wc 29 (HM 344; GORILA II: 84; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 163) (Hallager 1987: 69: inscribed, then impressed) (West Temple Repository, MM IIIB context)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS II 8
  CAPm9 impressions (disc): deer recumbent left, regardant


KN Wc 30 (HM 345; CMS II 8, no. 91+122+479; East Temple Repository, MM IIIB context) (GORILA II: 84; Brice 1961, list III no. 1 (p. 18); Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 164-65) (Hallager 1988: tempered with small white inclusions unlike the other KN roundels) (West Temple Repository, MM IIIB context)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS II 8
]JA-RA  2 impressons (disc): no. 91: architectonic
2 impressions (rectangular prism): no. 122: cross[ (RO[)
1 impression (lentoid): no. 479: bull recumbent right, head averted


KN Wc 42 (HM no no.) (NO GORILA; Brice 1961, list III no. 3 (p. 19); Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 168)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS no.
b: ]-NAa: O1[ impression, motif not preserved


KN Wc 43 (HM no no.) (not in GORILA ; Brice 1961, list III no. 3? (p. 19); Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 169)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS no.
a: vestigiab: [•]not preserved


KN Wc 48 (HM 1626) (NO GORILA; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 174) (Hallager & Weingarten 1992: other roundels with isolate sign on both faces: KH Wc 2106 & 2117)
statementlogogramno. of impressions, CMS II 8
a: ]TEb: vestigia2[ impressions (lentoid): no. 534: goat head to right


KN Za 10 (HM 2100) (GORILA IV: 8-9), square Libation Table, limestone (House of the Frescoes, room D, LM IA context); the preserved corner is "perforated" (PM II 440), this implies that the hole is drilled all the way through (but see IO Za 2)-- if all corners were perforated, perhaps the table was suspended.

.a: ]-TA-NU-MU-TI • JA-SA-SA-RA-MA-

.b: -NA • DA-WA-[•]-DU-WA-TO • I-JA[

.a-.b: ]-TA-NU-MU-TI • JA-SA-SA-RA-MA-NA • DA-WA-[•]-DU-WA-TO • I-JA[; the last word may have been I-JA[-PA-QE (cf. I-NA-JA-PA-QA, PK Za 11d).


KN Za 17 (HM 2394) (GORILA IV:10-11), Libation Table, serpentine (lower town)

]-JA-QE •


KN Za 18 (HM 2597) (GORILA IV: 12-13), square Libation Table, limestone, said to be from the Villa Ariadne [!], but most likely from the KN area and stored in the Villa during the Nazi occupation

][• •]-JA • [• • •]-JA • JA-WA-[ ]    [•][


KN Za 19 (AM 1938.872) (GORILA IV: 14-15), circular Libation Table, marble, from a field north of the palace

.1: ]-KE-JU-MI[    ][•][
______________________
.2 (retrograde): ]*118-MI-NA

Palaima 1988: 313-14: one of the few Linear A non-administrative documents to have ruling (cf. IO Za 11)
.2: (JGY) might this be *118 ("Talent") MI-NA? (cf. ZA 21a.7). If so, could MI-NA be the word for *118 ? (If so, this is the 2nd occurrence of a word following a logogram [and ZA 21a.7 a possible 3rd]; cf. FIC KI-KI-NA on HT 88.2.)


KN Zb 4 (HM 2631) (GORILA IV: 75), pithos sherd (SE Rubbish Heap)

]-JU • JA-SI • SI[


KN Zb 5 (HM 2600) (GORILA IV: 76; PM I fig. 416), tall, handleless vase (SW Basement, MM III B context)

A-TU-RI-SI-TI •

The raised stroke at the end of the word might indicate that a second word was to follow. Cf. TU-RU-SA (KO Za 1b).


KN Zb 20 (HM 14278) (GORILA IV: 77), pithos rim band sherd (Gypsades Hill, LM IA context)

]NA-A-PA3


KN Zb <27> (HM 5194) (GORILA IV: 78), rim of a "large jug" (Temple Repositories, MM IIIB context; PM I 617 middle of the page, no illustration)

DI-NA-U • VINa 17

The vase is lost. Of the number, only 6 is certain. Evans (PM I 617 middle of the page) and Brice both read 6: doubtful are both the 7th unit and the horizontal stroke for 10.


KN Zb 34 (NMA 1160) (GORILA IV: 79), pithos (West Magazine 3)

VINa+TE {*588}


KN Zb 35 (Palace of Knossos) (GORILA IV: 80-81), pithos (West Magazine 10 [formerly ascribed to the Magazine of Medaillon Pithoi], MM III inscribed pithos visible in LM II Magazine: Kadmos, 15, 1976, 107)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberlogogramnumber
  ]JA[    ]DI-[    ]WI[  ]OLE100FIC2


KN Zb <36> (HM --) (GORILA IV: 82), object unknown (West Magazine 9)

VINa


KN Zb <37> (HM --) (GORILA IV: 82), object unknown (West Magazine 9)

VINa


KN Zb <38> (HM --) (GORILA IV: 82), object unknown (West Magazines)

VINa


KN Zb <39> (HM --) (GORILA IV: 82), object unknown (West Magazines)

FIC


KN Zb 40 (HM 21391) (GORILA IV: 83), LM II pithoid jar (Minoan Unexplored Mansion; Kadmos 15, 1976, 102-107, LM II destruction, the storage jars were all LM II, with one LM I), the 2nd latest Linear A inscription (the latest being PO Zc 1)

.1: A-PA-KI
.2: U-NA-A


KN Zb 52 (KNSM), MM III B/LM IA context

ZU-RI-NI-MA

or: ZU-U-NI-MA


KN Zb 56, vase handle (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 238: KN Z 36), palace NE magazines

RO VIR+KA {*568}


KN Zc 6 (HM 2630) (GORILA IV: 118-121), painted inscription in 3 circular registers in the interior of a tall conical cup, the top of the signs oriented toward the bottom of the cup (Basement of Monolithic Pillars, MM III?; PM I 588 fig. 431a, 613-16, figs. 450-51)

*34-TI-RI A-DI-DA-KI-TI-PA-KU • NI-JA-NU • JU-KU-NA-PA-KU-NU-U[-•]-I-ZU •

GORILA draws but omits (from its transcription) the 4th sign from the end; if this is U, it is reversed. JGY: A-DI-DA-KI-TI-PA-KU looks like a muddled version of A-DI-KI-TE, and the succession of syllabus JU-KU- etc. sound like gibberish. See the note to the next cup.


KN Zc 7 (HM 2629) (GORILA IV: 122-125), painted inscription in semi-circular registers in the interior of a short conical cup, the top of the signs oriented toward the bottom of the cup (Basement of Monolithic Pillars, MM III?; PM I 588 fig. 431b, 613-16, fig. 452) signs oriented upside down (Basement of Monolithic Pillars, MM III?)

A-KA-NU-ZA-TI • DU-RA-RE • A-ZU-RA • JA-SA-RA-A-NA-NE • WI-PI-[•]

sign-group 3, GORIlA reads ZU presumably because of the fringe around the top loop; otherwise, however, the sign resembles the ankh-like *17 ZA.

JGY: A-KA-NU-ZA-TI resembles a muddled U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI, DU-RA-RE a muddled DU-PU2-RE, and JA-SA-RA-A-NA-NE a muddled JA-SA-SA-RA; WI-PI-• may then be a muddled I-PI-NA-MA. If all this is so, the two cups would carry deliberately garbled religious expressions seen in clearer form in the Libation Formula.


KN Ze 16 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 138), incised on the south stone door jamb of the stomion, Kephala tholos (LM II: Popham, quoted in Kadmos 15, 1976, 106-7)

A-PI

Monti 2008: cf. Hittite/Hurrian a-a-pi, trench or pit for making libations to the dead (there are 2 lateral niches in the dromos and 4 cists in the floor of the chamber)


KN Zf 13 (HM 530) (CMS II 3.38; GORILA IV: 152-153, 162), gold ring (Mavrospelio tb IX.E1, MM III-LM IA context), read from the circumference to the center

A-RE-NE-SI-DI-*301-PI-KE-PA-JA-TA-RI-SE-TE-RI-MU-A-JA-KU

cf. A-RA-NA-RE (HT 1.4), A-RI-NI-TA (HT 25a.3; ZA 8.2-3)


KN Zf 31 (HM 540) (GORILA IV: 154-155, 162; Alexiou-Brice 1972; Forsdyke 1926-7), silver pin (Mavrospelio Tb IX.B2, LM IA stylistic date); the reverse of the pin carries a row of crocus blossoms (cf. CR(?) Zf 1) -- these are illustrated by Forsdyke 1926-7 fig. 38 and by Alexiou-Brice 1972 pl. 2.

]SI[    ]SI-ZA-NE-*310 • DA-DU-MI-NE • QA-MI-*47-NA-RA • A-WA-PI • TE-SU-DE-SE-KE-I • A-DA-RA • TI-DI-TE-QA-TI • TA-SA-ZA • TA-TE-I-KE-ZA-RE •[

for DA-DU-MI-NE, DA-KU-MI-NE is not excluded.


KN Zg <21> (HM --) (GORILA IV: 164), stone weight (Gypsades Hill, LM IA context), weighing 96.4 gr (Petruso 1978: 181, cat. no. 87; thanks to Brent Davis).

SI+DI {*528}

The weight is close to 1.5 of Petruso's unit of 61 gr derived from actual balance weights (Petruso 1992: 63).


KN Zg 55 (HM 621; CMS II 2, no. 213, steatite disk (chance find): a: boar head & knife), MM III/LM I context

b: JA-SA-JA

JA-SA-JA palindromic abbreviation for JA-SA-SA-RA.


KOPHINAS

KO Za 1 (HM 2627) (GORILA IV: 18-20), stone base, chance find

a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA
b-c: TU-RU-SA • DU-PU3-RE • I-DA-A •
c: U-NA-KA-NA-SI •
c-d: I-PI-NA-MA • SI-RU-TE

b: Brent Davis points out that RE strongly resembles *122 (OLIV) in SY Za 2; GORILA may have been aware of this since it draws RE (IV:18) very much like a logogram, and includes the sign in its palaeography of RE (V: xxxiii). A logogram in the midst of an otherwise complete Libation Formula could seem out of place, and perhaps for that reason, as well as the parallels with DU-/PU/-RE on PK Za 8 & 15, GORILA may have chosen to interpret the sign as RE.


KO (?) Zf 2 (Khania Mus. 1385 [Mitsotakis collection]) (GORILA IV: 158-159), bronze mesomphalos bowl

A-RA-KO-KU-ZU-WA-SA-TO-MA-RO-AU-TA-DE-PO-NI-ZA


KYTHERA


KY Za 2 (Piraeus M. 6588; BCH 118, 1994, 343-351; Kadmos 34.2, 1995, 164; Sak.-Ol. 1994), stone ladle, serpentine (Ayios Georgios peak sanctuary)

DA-MA-TE

The word curves around the upper point of the ladle but reads from the point of view of the person holding the ladle in cupped hands (cf. PK Za 18, 20). The DA occurs to the left of the ladle's point, the MA-TE at the point itself.


KY Zg 1 (Khora Mus. --) (GORILA IV: 166; Perna 2003: 346, pl. LXVIIIh), clay weight (Kastri, deposit epsilon, MM IIIB-LM IA context)

GRA+E {*581}

Presumably the fraction E [1/4] refers to the weight of the weight. See MA Wc <5>.


LARANI

a village about 6 km SE of Ayia Varvara

LA Zb 1 (bis) (Coll. Metaxas) (GORILA IV: 86-87), pithos fragment

JA-TI-TU-KU / JA-TI-TU-KU

The first signgroup has JA-TI-KU above TU, so perhaps JA-TI-KU-TU; the second signgroup is written a little larger than the first (whence the epigraphic mark /).


MALIA

MA 1, three-sided bar (HM 1387) (GORILA I: 268-269) (Palace room III 8, MM III context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1X  I-DU-WI •*47    
a.1QE-DE-MI-NU •      
          
b.1A-MA •*47    
b.1QE-DE-MI-NU      
          
c.1  TI    

starting with side a, roll the bar up to get side b, and up again to get side c (sides a and b are adjacent to each other; side b and c are adjacent); it thus is right that side a begins with X; the whole document resembles a Hieroglyphic bar document


MA 2, 3-sided clay bar (HM 1394) (GORILA I: 270-271) (Palace room III 8, MM III context)
side.linestatementnumber
a.1    ]DU-RA 5
a.2 vacat
b.1    ]-RE-TI4
b.2    ]TI 1
b.2JA-KU2
b.2TI[
c.1    ]-U-NA-NA3
c.1    ]JA-MA-U-TI6

starting with side a, roll the bar up to get side b, and up again to get side c (sides a and b are adjacent to each other; side b and c are adjacent)


MA 4, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1377) (GORILA I: 272-273) (Hallager & Weingarten 1993: 9, found in the Hieroglyphic Deposit) (Hallager 1988 fig. 7) (Palace room III 8, MM III context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  TA *180B15  
a.1  *180L120  
a.1  *180+SA+L {*601} 53  
a.1  *180+SA+B {*600} 30  
          
b.1[[A-[...]-JA*180137]]  
b.1    [[160]]  


MA 6, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1380) (GORILA I: 274-277) (Palace room III 8, MM III context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  ]*180+[•]941  
a.1  *180+B {*602} 45  
          
b  ]*180620[  
          
c.1  ]*180+B {*602}4[  
c.1  *180+[•]87[  
c.2  ]*180+[•]233[  
          
d  ]*180200[  


MA 9, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1382) (GORILA I: 278) (Palace room III 8, MM III context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
      ]2000  


MA 10, 4-sided clay bar (AgNik Mus. 7336) (GORILA V:50-53) (MM III context; L pres. 8.4, W 2.7, Th 2.7 cm, much bigger than a Hiero bar)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.    ]RU •*413VAS+SU {*660}2  
a.  *412VAS+E {*658}4  
a.  *412VAS+F {*659}4[  
          
b.1    ]DU-PI-TE-WA •*405VAS+Ω {*655; Ω= *713}1  
b.1  *412VAS+E {*658}3  
b.1  [ ][    
b.2    ]4  
b.2  *404VAS+A {*654}2 
b.2  *404VAS+TI {*524}2 
          
c.  ] *412VAS+E {*658}2  
c.  *412VAS+F {*659}3  
c.  *404VAS[+?][    
          
d.  ][*414VAS]+F {*662}    
d.  *414VAS+[•] [    

starting with side a, the reader rolled the bar up to reveal the next side

the vases in question:
*404VAS cup, *405VAS bucket with 2 low-placed vertical handles, *412VAS jug, *413VAS strainer or funnel, *414VAS squat jug or alabastron

JGY:
for +SU *413VAS+SU, cf. +SU-PU *415VAS+SU-PU on HT 31.2, and +SU-PA3-RA on HT 31.5. Also see the notes to HT 31

Perna 2003: presumably, E and F are fractions [1/4 and 1/8, respectively], possibly referring to the weight of the vases [of metal?] or, less likely, their capacity; cf. PH 8a. (JGY: +A *407VAS+A: HT 39.5).

Ω (*713) is hapax legomenon here; it is obviously taken from Hieroglyphic (as is the bar form of the document), CHIC 304 (Lambda) , with a value of 1/2 (see Hieroglyphic s.v. "Fractions").

The other adjuncts, SU, A, TI, *301+MI, may indicate the name of the vessel (for *404VAS+A cup, cf. HT 39.5 *407VAS+A bucket with 2 high-placed vertical handles).


MA Wc <5> (HM ?) (GORILA II: 88; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 177; Hallager & Weingarten 1993: 2-3 fig. 1; found by a farmer, provenience unknown)
statementlogogram & numberno. of impressionsCMS no.
a.1-2: A-SA-DA-KAb: GRA+E {*581} 41"two birds" like Levi, HT 20 (not published in CMS II 6).
a: The 4 signs are written in two lines: A-SA above DA-KA. Hallager suggests they are to be read as one word. It is usual for sign groups of 3 signs to be written in 1 line on roundels (e.g., HT Wc 3001), although there are exceptions (HT Wc 3009 & KH Wc 2005 [4 signs in 1 line]). And it is usual for signgroups of 4 or more signs to be written in multiple lines (e.g., GO Wc 1 [6 signs in 3 lines], PYR Wc 4 [4 signs in 2 lines]), ZA Wc 2 [7 signs in 2 lines]).

b: Hallager, Hallager 1996a, Roundel 1, pp. 101 & 230, interprets the amount of GRA as one shipment of 4 units of GRA+E consigned to one individual. But since E here is the fraction 1/4 perhaps GRA+E 4 means one shipment of one unit of GRA (120 liters [DOCs]) in four one-quarter unit containers; the single seal impression would then imply this shipment is overseen by one person. GRA+E may appear on the clay weight KY Zg 1.


MA Wc 7 (HM 1401) (GORILA II: 88; ; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 178; Hallager & Weingarten 1993: 4 fig. 2; Palace room III 8, Hieroglyphic Deposit, MM III[B?] context; sign 180 is found rarely - cf. MA 4, with which perhaps this roundel may have had some relation; also compare CHIC #173/174)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *1806II 6, no. 170: lion? attacks? bull?


MA Zb 8 (MA Mus. Strat. P2361) (GORILA IV: 89), sherd (Bastion E, MM III-LM IA context)

JA-SA[

JA-DA[ is not excluded.


MA Zb no. unknown (MA Mus. Strat. P89P33) (Perna 2003: 346, pl. LXVIIIg), globular jug

*405VAS+K

*405VAS bucket with 2 low-placed vertical handles

Perna 2003: presumably the fraction [1/16] refers either to capacity or weight of the vessel


MA Ze 11 (Palace of Malia) (GORILA IV: 140), incised on block: palace: south of the NW corridor

QE-SI-TE


MILETOS

MIL Zb 1 (Kadmos 1996, 87-99), 3 joining fragments of a large, straight-walled domestic vessel of local clay

]PA3-SI-*47


MELOS

MI 2 (Melos Mus. 582), page tablet (GORILA V: 56-57; C. Renfrew and W.C. Brice, in C. Renfrew, Excavations in Phylakopi in Melos 1974-77, 456-464. London 2007) (LB I context, probably after the Minoan eruption of Santorini). Renfrew and Brice surmise that the tablet belonged to the LB I building that lay below the later Megaron, and they assume that it was of local manufacture (without testing, however). The tablet is described as being "made of a fine reddish clay, evenly fired ..." The transcription given below follows Brice to a great extent.
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1PU-•[    
_____________________________________________________________________
.2  ]DU-KA[      
.3    ][••]*401VAS+RA {*652}[    
_____________________________________________________________________
.4  ][    
  infra mutila      

Brice compares this tablet in layout with TY 3 (below).
.1: Brice: PU-RO or PU-TU. possible, among other possibilities
.2: Raison: ]KU-KA[ not impossible (bird-head up), or (Brice) a vase sign with adjoined minuscule signs (cf. PY U 1053 bis [and {JGY} MA 10, here]).
.3: *401VAS+RA also occurs on KH 31.3 & 91.4. Brice: *401VAS+JE possible. *401VAS resembles a cup (pointed foot with horizontal base) with 2 short horizontal handles. Brice identifies the vestige of another sign at right, but this is probably (to JGY) the other horizontal handle of the vase.


MI Zb 1 (Copenhagen Nat. Mus. 6960) (GORILA IV: 91), pot base/foot

KI-RU


MI Zb 3 (AM; Driessen in Sherratt, Catalogue of cycladic Antiquities in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 2000, 350-1), jug handle (probably Phylakopi late City II to early City III [= Neopalatial])


MOKHLOS

For the following two citations, Tom Brogan ("Message from the Director," Kentro. The Newsletter of the INSTAP Study Centerfor East Crete 10 [Winter 2007-2008] 3) mentions "The team preparing the pottery from the LM I houses of Block C at Mochlos identified two pottery fragments incised with Linear A, including a sign for olive oil."
MO Zb 2?

MO Zb 3?


MO Zf 1 (HM 83; Olivier, Kadmos 1989), a bronze weight weighing 1,460 gr (Olivier 1989c: 139; Schoep 2002: 35; thanks to Brent Davis).

*333-SA-MU

Sign *333 recurs on HT Wc 2009 and Wc 2010, both in nearly identical signgroups; Olivier 1987c, 143-44, compares the sign to Linear B *18 , for which Melena 2014, 83, suggests the value sto. The weight corresponds to slightly under 1/20th of a talent (29000 gr) or 3 minas (M; Mina=483 gr) or 6 half minas (N; 242 gr); this would also correspond to 24 of Petruso's unit of 61 gr derived from actual balance weights (Petruso 1992: 63).


MYCENAE

MY Zf 2, flange attaching a handle to bronze cauldron from Shaft Grave IV (NMA 576; Palaima 2003); the vessel is presently on display in the NMA Akrotiri room
AI

The only appearance of AB 43


MY Zg 1 (E. Protonotariou-Deilaki, "Burial Customs and Funerary Rites in the Prehistoric Argolid," in R. Hägg & G.C. Nordquist, eds., Celebrations of Death & Divinity [Stockholm 1990] 69-83, fig. 27), grave stele fragment, Mycenae, GrCircle A

SU


NEROKOUROU

NE Za 1 (Godart 1989)

]I-DA[


PALAIKASTRO


PK 1, page tablet (HM 86) (GORILA I: 280-281) (House beta, room thirteen, LM I context)
Type IV document (people?)
side.linestatementnumber
.1SI-[•]-NE-TI 1
.1KA-QA2
-------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
.2A-DU-ZA 1
.2TA2-TA-RE 1
-------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
.3TA2-TI-TE 1
.3-4O-KA-MI-ZA-SI-I-NA1
-------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
.5O-TE-JA1
-------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
.6RA-NA-TU-SU 1
.6NI-MI 1
-------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
.6-7TU-SU1
.7MA-TI-ZA-I-TE 1
-------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------
.8MA-TE-TI 1
.8MA-KA-I-TA1

The tablet was ruled as it was written, rather than pre-ruled as with Linear B tablets; line 3 was written, then ruled, then erased, then SI was written on the right edge of the tablet and the signgroup completed (with I-NA 1) at the left margin and just below line 3, then a ruled line was started at that point with the signgroup of line 4 written below it. I have not tried to indicate all this.

.3-4: -I- is clear and -NA- has its top horizontal stroke just under the TA2 of the preceding line
.6-7: TU is written at the end of line 6, SU starts line 7
.8 or: MA-DA-TI; MA-KA-I-TA also appears on ZA 5b.2-3 (also the last name).

note the alliterations (TA2-TA-RE and TA2-TI-TE, etc.).

is this list possibly in some kind of "alphabetic" or geographic order (with MA-KA-I-TA on the border of both Zakros and Palaikastro polities)?

Julio Fontán-Tejeiro points out further similarities:
RA-NA-TU-SU (ln 6) and NI-MI TU-SU (ln 6-7) -- JGY adds TU-SU-PU2, HT 49a.7)
O-KA-MI-ZA-SI (ln 3-4); cf. O-TA-NI-ZA-SE (ZA 5a.2-3), TU-MI-TI-ZA-SE (ZA 14.3) and A-MI-ZA-SE (ZA 15a.3-4) -- JGY adds DU-RE-ZA-SE, KH 20.4, ZA 10a5 & b.1-2, ZA 20.1-2.


PK 3, 4-sided clay bar (Raison-Pope 1994, 273), findspot unknown, written retrograde
side.linestatementnumber
a.1]-QE3
a.1JA20
a.2] 31
a.2DA-RE72
b[  ]-TI2
c[  ]-KU3
d[  ]3


PK Za 4 (HM 504) (GORILA IV: 23), steatite conical cup (Bosanquet & Dawkins 1923, 144; PM I 632, fig. 469) (house epsilon 33)

A-SA-SA-RA[


PK Za 8 (HM 618) ) (GORILA IV: 24-27), stone libation table (Bosanquet & Dawkins 1923, 141-42, no. 1) (cave on lower slope of the Petsofas hill)

a: ]-NU • PA3-E • JA-DI-KI-TE-TE-*307-PU2-RE • TU-ME-I
b: JA-SA-[        ] U-NA-KA-NA-SI[ ]
c: I-PI-[

[GORILA IV 24-27] a: JA-NA-KI-TE-TE-KU-PU2-RE not impossible. JGY: TU-ME-I also occurs on PK Za 8a.

[JGY {11 v 2006}, at the prompting of Miguel Valerio]
a2: the 2nd sign, according to parallels with this signgroup (PK Za 11, 12, 15; IO Za 2), should be *007 DI (Bosanquet & Dawkins, Evans, and Brice saw nothing; I see nothing);
the 6th sign looks, not like *051 DU, but like *307 a commodity logogram apparently from its other occurrences and one associated with VIR;
the 7th sign is almost totally obliterated but could be PU2
a.3: only TU is sure; a 2nd sign does not survive; a 3rd sign (E or RE) is so far off to the right that it may not belong to this signgroup


PK Za 9 (HM 1585) (GORILA IV: 28-29), Libation Table, serpentine (Bosanquet & Dawkins 1923, 143, no. 3) (Petsophas)

.1: ]vest.[
.2: ]JA-U-PA-MA-I-DA-[•]-DI[

.2 perhaps: ]JA-U-PA-MA-I-DA-*301-DI[.


PK Za 10 (HM 1586) (GORILA IV: 30-31), round Libation Table, serpentine (Bosanquet & Dawkins, 1923, 142, no 2) (Petsophas)

]-SI • I-PI-NA-MI-NA • SI-[


SI-RU[ possible.


PK Za 11 (HM 1341) (GORILA IV: 32-34), square Libation Table, serpentine; Bosanquet & Dawkins, 1923, 143, no. 4) (probably Petsophas)

a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-E • A-DI-KI-TE-TE-[•
b: •]-RE • PI-TE-RI • A-KO-A-NEA-
c: SA-SA-RA-ME • U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI •
d: I-PI-NA-MI-NA[ ] SI-RU-[•] • I-NA-JA-PA-QA

a: GORILA says, "the last sign could be KI, U, or DU.
b: JGY: The first sign cannot be PU2, but PU is not impossible; the second sign, according to the photograph (p. 32), is probably RE (GORILA reads DA). Thus, the word should more likely be: A-DI-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU-RE
d: GORILA: "SI-RU-DU is not excluded." But (JGY) it should be TE; the forked "legs" of what GORILA sees as possibly DU look very faint on the photograph (p. 33), more like scratches.


PK Za 12 (HM 942) (GORILA IV: 35-38), round Libation Table, serpentine (probably Petsophas)

a1: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • A-DI-KI-TE-[
a2: -QA
b:   2? 3?  ]SI-[   4? 5?   ]RA-ME[
c: ]A-[  2?  ]-NE • U-NA-RU-KA[  1?  ]JA-SI •
d1: A-PA-DU-PA-[   3?   ]JA[   2?  ]JA-
d2: -PA-

b: ]SI-RU[ possible.
c: ]A-[ ]A-NE • U-NA-RU-KA-NA-JA-SI • possible. d1-d2-a2: last word: ]JA-PA-QA is read JA at end of d1, PA just below it, QA around the corner below the first sign of side a


PK Za 14 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 2470) (GORILA IV: 39-40), square Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas)

a: ]-TU-ME-

b: -I • JA-SA-SA-[

a-b: ]TU-ME-I


PK Za 15 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 2469) (GORILA IV: 41), circular Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas)

]-• JA-DI-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE[
perhaps ]-JA


PK Za 16 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7231) (GORILA IV: 42), square Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas)

.a: ]-TO-SA • PU2-

.b:-RE-JA[  ]vest.[

the two lines probably run together: ]-TO-SA • PU2-RE-JA[; cf. ]PU2-RE-JA on ZA Zb 34


PK Za 17 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7232) (GORILA IV: 43), square Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas)

]I-DA • [•][


PK Za 18 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7233) (GORILA IV: 44), square? Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas). The inscription reads from the interior (cf. KY Za 2, PK Za 20).

]-TE • I-DA • JA-JA-[


PK Za 20 (Driessen 1994), round Libation Table, serpentine (lower slope of Petsofa). The inscription reads from the interior (cf. KY Za 2, PK Za 18).

] U-NA-KA-[


PK Zb 19 (Driessen, BSA 82, 1987, 153)

SE-SI-TA[

the last sign could equally be SU (cf. its appearance on TL Za 1a); JA is possible


PK Zb 21 (HM ) (Driessen 1991), Pithos (Building 7: destruction debris, MM IIIB-LM IA) inscription incised before firing. Brent Davis supplies the improved reading adopted here ("A New Reading of PK Zb 21," Kadmos 47, 2008, 1-2).

KI-TA-NI-TE

Driessen reads ME-WI-TA-NI-TE (cf. HT Wc 3004a-3005a); Davis notes the recurrence of KI-TA-N in PE Zb 3 and KH 60.1.


PK Zb 23

KA[

Schoep (BSA 93, 1998, 267): doodle of chariot


PK Zb 24

VINum


PK Zb 25 (Schoep, I., and J. Driessen. 2002-2003. "An Inscribed Handle from Palaikastro (PK Zb 25)," Minos 37-38: 77-80), jar handle

MI-DA-RA


PK Zb ? (AIA meetings, 3 January 2004: pithos sherd, written retrograde)

A-PA3-DI[

cf. PH 28a.1: ]A-PA3[; KN 22b(=lat.sup. to a): ]A-DI-PA3; ARKH 1a.5: A-PA-[


PK Zb ? (Hood 1964), conical cup fragment

RE B

Watrous 1992 (Kommos III) 136-37: conical cups have an average maximum capacity of 0.127 liters. If B = 1/5, then the implied unit is 0.635 liters. If B = 1/3, the implied unit is 0.381 liters. If the implied unit is equivalent to Mycenaean Z (0.4 liters), then the value of fraction B is closer to 1/3 than to 1/5.


PK Zc 13 (AM AE 902) (GORILA IV: 127), painted inscription on cup fragment near rim (LM IA stylistic date)

]-NU-RI-JA[


PK Zg 22

VINum [[VINum]]


PAPOURA


PA 1, half-page tablet (HM 1336) (GORILA I: 284) (chance find)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2A-KU-JU-PA-*118  35  


PETRAS

M. Tsipopoulou and E. Hallager, "Inscriptions with Hieroglyphs and Linear A from Petras, Siteia," SMEA 37 (1996) 7-46


PE 1 (Siteia Mus. 6606; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 25-30), found in a mixed deposit. The tablet is pierced in the middle of line 3; on bottom rim, small holes.
JGY: people+food
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2U-KA-RE A-SE-SI-NA      
.2KU-PA-RIVIR50[  
.3  GRA+PA {*574}26J
.3-4E-KA[VIR72  
.4-5  GRA+PA {*574}36  
.6 vacat       
as GRA+PA {*574} 36 (the 3rd 10 is to be restored in the slightly abraided area to the right) is half of VIR 72, so .2-3: GRA+PA {*574} 26 J (26 1/2) is half of VIR 53 (to be restored).

Schoep 2002, 107: a list of rations of GRA+PA {*574}/person; the amounts of 1/2 unit per person is twice the monthly ration that women in Linear B get (T2 or 24 liters) and 4 times what a child gets (T1); cf. HT 108


PE 2 (Siteia Mus. 91033; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 30-31), mixed deposit
side.linestatementnumberfraction
.1]vest.[      
.2  3B
.2RU-PI[ ]-*305-MI1F
.3A-*325-ZA  E
.3A-RI-PA  E
.3-4QA-QA-DA  J
.4TO-ME1B
.4TO-*49-RE    


PE Ws (HM)

GRA+TI E 1


PE Zb 3, pithos, inscribed on the room (Siteia Mus. 9102; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 31, 34-36), on the Central Court, west of the northern column base (LM IB context). The pithos is approximately 0.96 m high.

A-KA-RA KI-TA-NA-SI-JA-SE VIR+ZA


The authors determine that the last two signs, SE and VIR+ZA, were added by a different writer; the ligature is unique.


PE Zc 4 (Siteia Mus. 9191; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 36-37), Room E (LM IB context)

]A-JA[ or ]JA-SI[ ?


PE Zb 7 (Siteia Mus.; Hallager 2008: 359; photo by Kim Raymoure, after complete reconstruction), inscribed pithos in the north magazines (LM IB context); the inscriptions appear on each side of a vertical handle, the first inscribed after firing, the second before firing

]-A
JA-WA-PI 1

the number 1 is a tall vertical stroke, perhaps too tall to be a number. As Kim Raymoure points out, the PI looks similar to those on PK Za 8b and 10, and [JGY adds] to MA 10b.1


photo thanks to Kim Raymoure


PE Zb 8 (Siteia Mus.; Hallager 2008: 359), inscribed pithos in the north magazines (LM IB context)

A


PE Zb (HM) (sherd)

]A-NU[


PE Zg 5 (Siteia Mus. 8606; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 38-39), Room K, magazine (LM IB context)

OLE *307 1 J


PE Zg 6 (Siteia Mus.; Hallager 2008: 359), "unique" clay rod found in House II "in an MM III pit with possible remains from cult activities."

I-NA-[•]-TE
____________
TA-NA-MA-JE
_____________


PETSOPHAS


PETS Wc, roundel found, Fall 1993


PHAISTOS


PH 1, page tablet (HM 1359) (GORILA I: 286-7; found in Vano 8 with the Phaistos Disc, in NE part of palace)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1    ]DI-RA-DI-NA*316  [•] L2[
a.2    ]JA •*3161  
a.2  *303  H
a.3]vest.[      
          
b.1[•]-NA 1  
b.1  PA[    
b.2  ]FIC2F K
b.3 vacat       

.b.1 perhaps: DU-NA.


PH 2, page tablet (HM 1376) (GORILA I: 288-289; context unknown)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-SE-TU-QIf  1  
.1-2RA-O-DI-KI  60  
.3PI-RU-E-JU  60  
.4SE-SA-PA3  60  
  infra mutila      

one of the few documents not written in one run-on statement; 3 of the 4 statements occupy their own line (cf. PH 6, KH 79+89)

.1: 1 or •.


PH 3, page tablet (HM 1405) (GORILA I: 290-291; Vano XLIV.38, MM III context; Fiandra 1996: from the window sill)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1  ]MA+[•] {*556}1  
a.1TA[      
a.2  ]MA+A {*557}1  
a.2  MA+MA {*563}  D D
a.3  ]MA+RU {*558}   D D
a.3PA-RA    D D
a.4]PA[    
a.4    ]1  
  infra mutila      
          
b.1  MI+JA {*548}  ] J E[
b.2  ]SI  E[
b.3.]vest.[      
b.4  ]SI1E[
  infra mutila      

MA+RU = wool, measured in Double Minas (see the Introduction).


PH 6, page tablet (HM 1486) (GORILA I: 292-3; Vano XXVIII, MM II context)
side.linestatement
.1I-NA-WA •
.1A-RI
.2I-ZU-RI-NI-TA
.3A-RI
.4I-DA-PA3-I-SA-RI

this is one of the few documents to list just words, no numbers (cf. KH 79+89), and like PH 2, almost each statement occupies its own line (cf. KH 79+89).

.1, .2, .4: all three words start with I-, perhaps the prefix meaning "to/at" (cf. I-DA-MA-TE); might these be built on placenames? (cf. NA-WI, ZU-RI-NI-MA).
.1, .3: A-RI, duplicated by itself, may be duplicated in the tag -A-RI (.4).


PH 7, page tablet (HM 1508+1521+1522) (GORILA I: 294-5; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1    ]DI-PA-JA[      
a.2    ]U-DI-RI-KI[      
a.3    ]JA-RU-MA-NE[      
a.4    ]JA-SI-DA-RA[      
          
b.1  ]TA1L [
b.2    ]DA-RA    L [
b.3  ]VINc  L E
b.4]vest.[      
  infra mutila      

a.2 perhaps: ]U-DI-RI-KI 1[.
a.3 perhaps: ]JA-RU-MA-NE 1[.


PH 8, page tablet (HM 1509) (GORILA I: 296-7; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  ]*417VAS+L2 {*663}7  
_____________________________________________________________________
a.2  ]VIR11  
a.2  *3042  
_____________________________________________________________________
a.3    ] 16  
a.4  *418VAS+L2 {*664}1  
_____________________________________________________________________
  infra mutila      
          
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]*3161  
b.1  *318+[•][    
b.2-3 vacant   [      
  infra mutila      

a.1 & a.4: Perna 2003: Presumably, L2 is a fraction [? 1/2], possibly referring to the weight of the vases [of metal?]; a.1: *417VAS is a two-handled basket (like the ones carried by the girls gathering saffron in the upper fresco from Xeste 3, Akrotiri); a.4: *418VAS is a bull-head rhyton.


PH 9, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1510) (GORILA I: 298; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
b (obverse: hole starts from this side)  ]*412VAS VINa  J J
a (reverse; hole exits on this side)*317-QE-*353  Y

*412VAS is a jug with pointed foot


PH 10, label? (HM 1511) (GORILA I: 299; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  *355-E-*354*180  L L


PH 11, page tablet (HM 1512) (GORILA I: 299; Vano 25, MM II context)
.1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
.2-5| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

each line 2-5 is hand-ruled


PH 12, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1513+1524) (GORILA I: 300-301; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a  • *180-*339 VIR10[L L
          
b.1      E[
b.2      ]E E[
          
lat. s. (i.e., the end)  TE    

The double fraction E E (if that is what it is) only recurs on PH 13.


PH 13, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1514) (GORILA I: 302-303; Vano 25, MM II context). GORILA V, Index des Signes, lists all signs separately, giving no hint as to how they might be connected.
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a    ]*328 *180  ]E E
c (= reverse of a) ]TE   ZU  E E[
b, side   ]*356    

The double fraction E E (if that is what it is) only recurs on PH 12. Sign *356 is unique here.


PH 14, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1515) (GORILA I: 304-305; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
b (obverse? [inscription starts with A-, read retrograde])A-MI-[      
a (reverse? [read retrograde, with word + commodity FIC])]JA-*304FIC    

a: JA over [[-JA]].


PH 15, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1516) (GORILA I: 304-305; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a (obverse?)    ]MA-TE-RE*33911[  
b (reverse?)    ]-*357*180[    


PH 16, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1517) (GORILA I: 306-307; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1    ]TI-NA-[      
_____________________________________________________________________
a.2    ]*358-NI[      
          
b.1    ]-JA-SA[      
_____________________________________________________________________
b.2.]vest.[      
b.2TI[      


PH 17, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1518) (GORILA I: 306-307; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a (read retrograd)  ]*359-[    
b (with palmprint)  ]*360[    


PH 18, ? (HM 1519) (GORILA I: 308-309; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1    ]WI-JA[      
  infra mutila      
          
b.1.]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


PH 19, page? tablet (HM 1520) (GORILA I: 308-309; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1PI-O[      
  infra mutila      

.1 or: PI-TU[ ?


PH 22, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1523) (GORILA I: 310-311; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a      ]J J
b]vest.[      


PH 24, label (HM 1525) (GORILA I: 310-311; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatement
  RO-E


PH 25, page tablet (HM 1526) (GORILA I: 310-311; between Vani LIII & LV, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  VINa2[  
.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


PH 26, "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1527) (GORILA I: 312-313; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
      ]-PU3    E Y Y Y[


PH 27, page? tablet (HM 1528) (GORILA I: 312-313; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]TE-[    
.2  ]A[    
  infra mutila      


PH 28, page tablet (HM 1529) (GORILA I: 314-315; Vano 25, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1    ]A-PA3-[    ] •      
a.2JA-KI-PA3[    ] •      
a.3A-RI-JA[      
          
  supra mutila      
b.1]vest.[  102[  
b.2    ]2  
b.2  *3046  
b.3    ]6  
b.3[[graffito]]      


PH <29>, page? tablet (PH Strat. Mus.?) (GORILA I: 316-317; Court 40)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1        
a.1]vest.[      
a.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      
          
b.1]vest.[      
b.2 vacat       
  infra mutila      


PH 30, page tablet (HM 1537) (GORILA I: 316-317; Haghia Photini, vano iota, MM II context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]-TI    E[
.2    ]MA-RE-RI-MI-DE[      

2: ]MA-RE E MI-DE[ ?


PH(?) 31, page tablet (HM 1609) (GORILA I: 318-319; context unknown; Schoep 2002, 121 n. 114: probably from HT)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)

Photograph and drawing available.

side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1    ]A[    
a.2    ]RUCAPm+KU {*513}1  
a.2MA-DIOVISm1  
a.2  OVISf[    
a.3  •]+NE1  
a.3KU-PA3-NUSUS+SI+RE1  
a.3-4PA-TA-DA[  ]1  
a.4KU-ROCAPm+KU {*513}1  
a.4  OVISm5  
a.4  OVISf3[  
          
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]CAPf2  
b.1  OVISf1[  
b.2    ]-DU-RICAPm1  
b.2TU-[      
b.3    ]NECAPm1  
b.3  CAPf5  
b.3TE-RIOVISm[    
b.4[]1  
b.4RI-RU-MA-TIOVISm    
b.4  SUS+SI[    
b.5A-MI-DA-OOVISm1[  

Since the left edge of the table is completely broken away, the original width may only be guessed by assuming some word before the break - for instance, if .a2 did start with QA-QA-RU vel sim. (see comparison with HT tablets, below), there would have been room for two, possibly three signs at the left.
a.2, 4: CAPm+KU could be CAPm+A, especially on line 2
a.3 & b.4: the ligatures with SUS are on the tablet, but GORILA does not give numbers for these ligatures
a.3-4: PA-TA-DA ends line 3 at the preserved right edge of the tablet; line 4 begins with a break - there might be room, based on the observation above, for -DU-PU2-RE (cf. HT Zb 160).
a.5: the left edge of the tablet is broken away, but there is room for a few signs on line 5, if the scribe wrote down to the bottom as was done on the reverse. The left edge of the tablet can be approximately determined by supplying QA+QA+ to the beginning of line a.2. Since the document lists a total of CAPf 7, perhaps that and the total for CAPm followed a.4 OVISf 3 at the lower left edge of the document. If so, the total for CAPm was certainly 2, since 2 CAPm are specifically stated (b.2, 3), and the total for CAPf must be 8 (7 are specifically stated, b.1, 3) plus one more to be restored on b.2. That there is room for CAPm 2 CAPf 8 at the lower left is obvious in a restoration drawing of side a with the left edge determined by restoring QA+QA+]RU on a.2. Thus, we can restore the complete total (omitting the total for OVISm SI+AU+RE on the assumption that they are immature animals are counted but not totalled).
b.4: just to the left of -RU JGY sees the bottom short horizontal stroke of RI-; cf. b.3 TE-RI. For a major problem in reading this line, see below.

Julio Fontán-Tejeio (8 Nov 2010) corrected several errors in the identification of the animals (corrected above) and draws attention to the fact that KU-RO (a.4) totals the number of animals on both sides of the document. Side b is therefore the obverse and side a is the reverse:

side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]CAPf2  
b.1  OVISf1[  
b.2    ]-DU-RICAPm1  
b.2TU-[      
b.3    ]NECAPm1  
b.3  CAPf5  
b.3TE-RIOVISm[    
b.4[]1  
b.4RI-RU-MA-TIOVISm SI+AU[-RE]1  
b.4  CAPm+KU1  
b.5A-MI-DA-OOVISm1[  
          
  supra mutila      
a.1  ]A[    
a.2    ]RUCAPm+KU {*513}1  
a.2MA-DIOVISm1  
a.2  OVISf[    
a.3  •]+NE1  
a.3KU-PA3-NUSI+AU-RE1  
a.3-4PA-TA-DA[  ]1  
a.4KU-ROCAPm+KU {*513}1  
a.4  OVISm5  
a.4  OVISf3[  

Problem: SUS+SI[ (b.4) and SUS+SI+RE (a.3)
b.4: the citation of OVISm without a number after RI-RU-MA-TI is unique (Fontán-Tejeiro agrees) (there is no other certain example of a commodity listed without an amount; cf. MA 1, which lists *47 [which may or may not be a commodity] without an amount). That leads JGY to wonder if "SUS+SI[" (I give here a photo of this signgroup) is not actually a modification of OVISm with the number of such modified rams lost (perhaps followed by the strokes in the lower left corner, CAPm+KU; see the MA HREF="../pix/PH_31_recon.jpg">reconstruction). This would imply a phonetic transcription of SUS+SI as AU+SI[ or SI+AU[. This signgroup apparently recurs on a.3 of this tablet, SUS+SI+RE. It may be possible to interpret this occurrence also as a phonetic modification of the commodity presumably stipulated at the end of the list associated with MA-DI, now transcribed as •]+NE (adjunct +NE occurs elsewhere only with OLE: HT 23a.1, 32.1, .4, & 100.5). This part of the tablet is extremely abraded, but two, possibly three, short wavy horizontal lines (interpreted by GORILA as the top and middle horizontal strokes of NE) might actually be the male-indicators of an animal logogram.

Since pigs are thought to be recorded only in the signgroup SUS+SI[+RE on this tablet, they may actually not exist -- otherwise only OVIS & CAP are listed; instead, the signgroup may modify OVISm. Neither OVISm OVISf, nor BOS are modified by ligatures in the Linear A corpus, but OVIS+SI recurs three times on ZA 9 (VINa •SI• occurs only once, on HT 27b.1-2, and probably has nothing to do with the ligature OVIS+SI). CAP is ligatured only as CAPm+KU on our PH(?) 31 tablet.

If we turn to Linear B, we find BOS+SI (PY Cn 418.02, 03) and SUS+SI (PY Cn 608.03-11, Ua 25.01, Un 2.06, Un 138.04; TH Wu 52A, 68A). Apparently +SI stands for si-a2-ro (as specified with pigs on PY Cn 608.01), corresponding to Classical Greek σίαρος, "fat hog."

Back to Linear A and PH(?) 31.a3, b.4: if SUS+SI could actually be AU+SI, and if the signgroup (now: SUS+SI+RE) could be read differently, as SI+AU+RE, it might be the Linear A predecessor of Linear B si-a2-ro, and might therefore refer to the preceding OVISm (in b.4, and possibly in a.3), following the "continuity" principle [see discussion on the homepage]: i.e., KU-PA3-NU (OVISm) SI+AU+RE 1, with OVISm continued over from the last citation for MA-DI (if the last citation was indeed OVISm). The total of 5 for OVISm allows for OVISm 1 to be restored to PA-TA-DA (a.3-4), that is, OVISm not SI+AU+RE, thus reinstating a new subject. (If SI+AU+RE meant "to get fat" or "to get mature," vel sim. it could apply also to the OVIS+SI on ZA 9.)


Most (all) of the names on PH(?) 31 are duplicated on HT tablets (one name duplicated[?] on ZA 10a).
side/line PH(?) 31 HT / other
a.2    ]RUcf. QA-QA-RU: HT 118.1 (immediately before MA-DI)
a.2MA-DIMA-DI: HT 3.7;HT 85b.5; HT 97a.4; HT 118.1
a.3KU-PA3-NU KU-PA3-NU: HT 1.3-4; HT 49a.6-7; HT 88.5; HT 117a.3; HT 122a.6 & 7; cf. KU-PA3-[: HT 101.4; KU-PA3-NA-TU: HT 47a.1-2 & HT 119.3
a.4PA-TA-DA[-DU-PU2-RE PA-TA-DA-DU-PU2-RE: HT Zb 160
b.1    ]-DU-RIcf. ]-DU-RI-TE: HT 4.2
b.2TU-[ cf. TU-JU-MA: HT 117.a3-4 (immediately after KU-PA3-NU)
b.3    ]NEcf. PA-TA-NE: HT 122a.6 (immediately after KU-PA3-NE)
b.3TE-RI TE-RI: HT 91.5
b.4RI-RU-MA-TI RI-RU-MA: HT 118.4
b.5A-MI-DA-O JA-MI-DA-RE: HT 122a.4; the same as A-MI-DA-U?: ZA 10a.3; cf. PH 14b A-MI-[

Following the above observations, I would then switch obverse-reverse, and flesh out some of the lucunae (names to match their occurrence in other HT documents, and animals and numbers to match the totals -- in green), as follows:
side.linestatementlogogramnumber
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]CAPf2  
b.1  OVISf1[  
b.2    ]-DU-RICAPm1  
b.2TU-[JU-MACAPf1]  
b.3PA-TA-]NECAPm1  
b.3  CAPf5  
b.3TE-RIOVISm[1]  
b.4[OVISf]1  
b.4RI-RU-MA-TIOVISm SI+AU+[RE1]  
b.5A-MI-DA-OOVISm1[  
          
  supra mutila      
a.1     ]A[    
a.2QA-QA-]RUCAPm+KU {*513}1  
a.2MA-DIOVISm1  
a.2  OVISf[ 1]
a.3  OVISm1  
a.3KU-PA3-NU    SI+AU+RE1  
a.3-4PA-TA-DA[OVISm] 1  
a.4KU-ROCAPm+KU {*513}1  
a.4  OVISm5  
a.4  OVISf3[  
a.5  [CAPm2]  
a.5  [CAPf8]  


PH Wa 32 (HM 1491) (GORILA II: 90) (Vano 10, MM III context)

SU-KI-RI-TA


PH Wb 33 (HM 677) (GORILA II: 92) Vano 25 (Vano LI, MM II context)

vest.
CMS II 5, no. 146: weave pattern


PH Wb 34 (HM 675) (GORILA II: 92) Room LI (Vano LI, MM II context)

vest.
CMS II 5, no. 210: B/L petaloid loop


PH Wb 35 (HM 679) (GORILA II: 92) Room LI (Vano LI, MM II context)

vest.
CMS II 5, no. 180: antithetic Cs


PH Wb 36 (HM 1534) (GORILA II: 92) (Vano 25, MM II context)

TE
inscribed in a thumb-print.


PH Wb 55 (HM 676) (Vano LI, MM II context)

vest.
seal impression: CMS II 5 no. 167: weave pattern


PH Wc 37 (HM 1487) GORILA II: 94; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 183) (Vano LI, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
a: KA-PU3-SI*3201[[1]]II 5, no. 220: rosette


PH Wc 38 (HM 1486) (GORILA II: 94; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 184) (Vano LI, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
PU3-TA-MA  1[  


PH Wc 39 (HM 1489) (GORILA II: 94; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 185) (Vano LI, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
a: JA-DIb: RO1[[1]]II 5, no. 305: triton shell


PH Wc 40 (HM 1490) (GORILA II: 95; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 186) (Vano LI, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
a: TI-TI-MAb: NA2II 5, p. xl, n. 8


PH Wc 41 (HM 1530) (GORILA II: 95; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 187) (Vano 25, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VINa 1 J4II 5, no. 97: cross & dots


PH Wc 43 (HM 1532) (GORILA II: 95; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 188) (Vano 25, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VINa[  ]  


PH Wc 44 (HM 1533) (GORILA II: 96; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 189) (Vano 25, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  OVIS1thumbprint


PH Wc 46 (HM 1536) (GORILA II: 96; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 190) (Vano 25, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  *328 E[  ]  


PH Wc 52 (HM 689; CMS II5 300) (Hallager, Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens 1, 1995: 11) (Vano 25, MM II context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  VIN6II 5 no. 300: doghead right (CHIC *018)

PH Wg 45, formerly PH Wc 45 (HM 1535; reclassified by Hallager 1996: 2, p. 7) (GORILA II: 96) (Vano 25, MM II context)

E-TA2-QE

the reading is very doubtful


PH Wy 42, formerly PH Wc 42 (HM 1531; reclassified by Hallager 1996: 2, p. 7) (GORILA II: 95) (Vano 25, MM II context)

VINa


PH Zb 4 (HM 1620) (GORILA IV: 93), LM I pithos sherd (Palace Magazine 27)

SI-MA • I-JA-TE


PH Zb 5 (PH Storeroom 33) (GORILA IV: 94), LM I pithos rim (Palace Magazine 33)

WA-PI-TI-NA-RA2


PH Zb <47>, formerly PH Wc <47> (PH Mus. Strat.?; reclassified by Hallager 1996: 2, p. 7) (GORILA II: 96), sherd (MM I-III context)

*328


PH Zb 48 (HMp 19808) (GORILA IV: 95), sherd (lower W court, MM I-III context)

QA-*305-[•]


PLATANOS


PL Zf 1 (HM 498) (GORILA IV: 161, 162), silver pin (Tholos A, LM I); Palaima 1988:310-12, citing Duhoux, claims the inscription is sinistroverse.

]TA • WI-TE-JA-MU • U-QE-TI • JA-SA-SA-RA-ME • TA-NU-NI-KI-NA • NI-NU-NI • [•]-I-[•]

Only the vertial stroke is preserved for the last syllabogram of JA-SA-SA-RA-; it could be ME or NE.

POROS HERAKLEIOU

PO Zc 1 (HM 27663; Dimopoulou, Olivier, & Rethemiotakis, BCH 117, 1993, 501-521; the original publication classifies the inscription as PO Zg 1), dipinto on wheel-made female figurine, LM III A:1-2 by context and form of the bell-shaped skirt (LM II-IIIA), making this the latest example of Linear A (the 2nd latest being KN Zb 40)

retrograde: RI-QE-TI-A-SA-SA-RA-*325

JGY finds all the signs slightly doubtful, none more so than the others.

David Willem Borgdorff (personal communication 23 July 2002) suggested that the phrase should be understood as separated into two parts (RI-QE-TI A-SA-SA-RA-*325), though that might obscure the meaning, if the final -I (in RI-QE-TI) acted like the usual prefix J- to A-SA-SA-RA. It is likely that *325 stands for either the usual ending -ME or the variant ending -MANA.

PRASSA


PR Za 1, poros limestone box (HM 2444) (GORILA IV: 46-49) (House B [NE of Knossos], MM IIIB-LM IA context)

a: TA-NA-SU-TE[ ]-KE

b: SE-TO-I-JA

c: A-SA-SA-RA-ME

.a: Davis 2011, 476, suggests DA or RO for the 5th sign. JGY: for the whole word, cf. TE-SU-DE-SE-KE-I (KN Zf 31)


PSEIRA

Cheryl Floyd, "Fragments from Two Pithoi with Linear A Inscriptions from Pseira," Kadmos 34 (1995) 39-48.


PSI Za 1 (PS 4370), pithos shoulder fragment from Pseira, north of Building AF North (LM IB context)

*188-DU-SE[

Floyd suggests several other possibilities, of which 2 are likely:*188-A-I[, *188-WA-I.
*188-DU also appears on HT 123b.3, Wc 3020a, & We 1021a.
For the medial sign, I find PU possible; and if read retrograde, thisword could be ]SE -PU-*188; cf. SU-PU2-*188 (HT 8b.1)


PSI Za 2 (PS 4163), pithos rim fragment from Pseira, north of Building AF North (LM IB context)
•[


PSYKHRO


PS Za 2, serpentine offering table or kernos with 3 cup sinking (2 smaller ones flank a central large cup) (fragment a: Louvre I.P.S 358 [corrected from GORILA V: 80]; joining fragments b & c: AM AE 1+AM 1932.661) (GORILA IV: 52-55) (cave shelter ["Upper Grotto"] in front of the entrance to the deep cave itself). The two lines read from the same vantage point. Across the top is line 1 (fragments b+c); across the bottom is line 2, beginning on fragment 1 and continuing onto fragments b+c.
PS Scribe 1 (for PS 2.1) & Scribe 2 (for PS 2.2)

.1 (top of fragments b+c):                               24??                  ]-RE-I-KE
.2 (beginning on the bottom of fragment a and continuing onto b+c): TA-NA-I-*301-TI • [   6?   ]-JA-TI •JA-SA-SA-RA-ME •

PYRGOS


PYR 1, page tablet (AgNik Mus. 6524) (GORILA I: 322) (Villa entrance, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
1-2TI-MA-RU-WI-TE*316+RO {*639} VINa90  


PYR 2, page tablet?/"lame"? cut top & bottom? (HM 1681) (GORILA V: 59)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  ]*304  J


PYR Wc 4 (AgNik 12567; Rehak & Younger 1995; Hallager 1996, vol. 2: 196-97)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
a.1-2: TI-[•]-I-SIb: logogram unknown2+3II 6, nos. 234 (2 lions attack bull)+235 (woman at shrine)

a: Might the unknown sign be the right-hand part of DU, written small as a ligature against the right "leg" of TI? Thus: TI+DU ?
b: the logogram looks like a double Linear B *141/AURUM, perhaps the Linear A predecessor (Hallager 1996, vol. 2, p. 197).


PYR Zb 5 (KNSM MP/71/79; Olivier 1999, 428-429; Ferrara, Weingarten, & Cadogan 2016, 88 fig. 7, 94-95, Inscription 6): possible LM I context; Ferrara et al. would reclassify the inscription as Hieroglyphic: 025-056)

]TE-JA[

Though the sherd is broken on all sides, there seems to be ample space for further traces of signs, if such existed; the inscription therefore may be complete. Ferrara et al. note that the second sign, if Hieroglyphic 056, is missing its top "handle." If Linear A JA, however, the sign is complete.
The sequence TE-JA occurs 3 times in Linear A: O-TE-JA, TE-JA-RE, WI-TE-JA-MU.


SAMOTHRACE

SAM Wa 1 (SamM EEE 769; CMS V Suppl. 1B no. 327: nodulus impressed by a cushion seal carrying the Hieroglyphic inscription JA-SA <-SA-RA>, CHIC #137), MM II context
statementlogogramnumberfraction
H: JA-SA <-SA-RA>TE10K


SAM We 4 (formerly SA We 2; CMS V Suppl. 3, no. 343), nodulus pierced for suspension (no stringhole).

a. impression of a cushion seal: in the center, vertical hatching, flanked by a star? and line at left and by a S-shape at right (cf. CMS V 479 from Kea)
b. A+TE (or A609=A302+A, or A+A303)


SELAKANOS

SE Zf 1 (AM AE 85) (Raison-Pope 1994, 285), bronze double ax

DA-KU


SKHINIA


SK Zb 1 (HM 1614) (GORILA IV: 98-99), pithos rim fragment

A-MA-RA-NE[


SITIA


SI Zg 1 (HM 2615) (GORILA IV: 168). Ovoid stone (weight?; Haghia Photia; N. Platon, KretKhron 1957: 340; A. Mikhaelidou, "O zygos ste zoe ton katoikon tou Aigaiou kai tes Aigyptou," in Krete-Aiguptos. Politismikoi desmoi trion khilietion, ed. A. Karetsou, 128-149, esp. 137, figs. 18a, 18b); the weight is 3405 gr.

A-[•]-DA-*118

The second sign, according to Mikhaelidou fig. 18b, may be DU

Sign *118 is a balance scale, presumably the sign for a Talent.

Below the inscription: an incised fish to right (pagellus erythrinus, English pandora, Greek lithrini [for a picture, click here]); thanks to Miguel Valério for the identification.

Schoep (2002: 35) incorrectly gives the weight as 1140 gr, misidentifying it as the marble cylinder found by Xanthoudides in 1909. (Thanks to Brent Davis for the bibliographical information).

At 3405 gr, the weight is equivalent to 55.82 Aegean Units (Petruso) or M 3 N 2 (ca. 3416 gr).


SKOTEINO CAVE


SKO Zc 1 (Knossos, Stratigraphical Museum, Skoteino Cave 187 & 188), two fragments of a LM IA-B chalice rim; inscription painted on the exterior (M. Perna, A. Kanta, and L. Tyree, "An Unpublished Inscription in Linear A from the Skoteino Cave, Crete [SKO Zc 1]," in M. Perna, ed., Studi in onore di Enrica Fiandra. Contributi di archeologia egea e vicinorientale [De Bocard, Paris 2005] 321-33)

fragment 1: ]vest. • NA-TU-*301-NE[

fragment 2: ]QA-KI-TI[

for frag. 1, see IO Za 8 (libation table, ]A-NA-TI-*301-WA-JA[), and (even better) AP Za 2.1 (stone jar, ]-KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE-[) where the KU-PA3 or KU-PA3-NA may be a prefix (KU-PA3-NU appears frequently in the HT tablets)


SYME

Polymnia Muhly and Jean-Pierre Olivier, "Linear A Inscriptions from the Syme Sanctuary, Crete," Arkhaiologike Ephemeris 2008: 197-223. This study republishes (with corrections) the documents SY Za 1-2 that appeared in GORILA V, pp. 62-67) and presents the new documents Za 4-6 & 8-12 and Zb 7. Muhly presents the archaeological contexts and Olivier presents the documents.

For a PDF (photos and drawings) of the new material, click here.

Note: Olivier presents the documents in drawings and in transnumeration; JGY has transliterated the signs.


SY Za 1 (HM 3459) (GORILA V: 62-63; ArchEph 2008, 197-8, 201-3), circular, pedestalled Libation Table (Building U, room 5, MM IIIB context; H. ca. 15, D. ca. 14.5 cm)

]A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • I-DA-MI • JA-•-[


SY Za 2 (HM 3429) (GORILA V: 64-65; ArchEph 2008, 197-198, 203-5), square Libation Table (Building U, room 8; MM IIIB-LM I context; H. ca. 9.5, W. ca. 18, H. ca. 18 cm); inscription a (side a) is across the top, facing the interior (left to right); inscription b is on the right side, each sign vertical as if oriented to a; side c carries no inscription; inscription d is on the left side, extreme left corner, facing the interior (left to right).

a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-SU-MA-TU OLIV •
b: U-NA-KA-NA-SI OLE
c: vacat
d: A-JA

a: Brent Davis points out that *122 OLIV strongly resembles RE in KO Za 1b; GORILA may have been aware of this since it draws the two signs very similarly. The Libation Formula here has been curtailed, omitting JA-SA-SA-RA-ME (perhaps replaced by d: A-JA) and the last three words in the Formula. If *122 OLIV is indeed the sign after JA-SU-MA-TU, then perhaps it is parallel to *322 OLE after U-NA-KA-NA-SI. The inscription then blends administrative information with the dedicatory Libation Formula.


SY Za 3 (HM 3757) (GORILA V: 66-67; ArchEph 2008, 198-9, 205-7), circular Libation Table, serpentine (MM IIIB-LM IA context; one fragment from the south area of the site and one fragment from the north part of the Enclosure). The inscription is oriented to the interior of the vessel, occupying about 3/4 of the rim.

A-TA-I-*301-WA-[JA -- -- ca. 8 -- --]•-•-•SE-KA-NA-SI[•]TE[-- -- ca. 10 -- --]SI-RU-TE

SE and the following TE are rather doubtful.


SY Za 4 (HM 5586) (ArchEph 2008, 199, 207-8), circular serpentine Libation Table (north area of the Enclosure; IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 13, D. ca. 13.5 cm). The inscription is written on the exterior rim.

A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-I-NWA-ZA • PA3-NI-WI

NWA, the first appearance of this sign in Linear A, is certain.


SY Za 5 (HM 5587) (ArchEph 2008, 198, 208-9), circular serpentine Libation Table (south part of the site, east of the Hellenistic-Roman shrine C-D; H. ca. 8.8, D. ca. 13.5). The inscription is written on the top of the rim, oriented to the interior.

]-MI-JA • JA-WA-PA3-[

about 10 cm to the left of the visible inscription are the traces of 2 or 3 signs, the first of which may be A.


SY Za 6 (HM 5588) (ArchEph 2008, 198, 209-10), circular serpentine Libation Table in the shape of a chalice (near a fire associated with Building Ub; MM IIIA context - "the earliest securely date inscribed libation table found in a cult place"; H. ca. 11, D. ca. 11.8). The rim is well preserved; the inscription is written on the wall of the vessel, just below the rim.

DA-SE-RA-TE

the signs are shallowly scratched into the stone; SE has a triangular base; cf. HT Zb 158a.


SY Za 8 (HM 3825+3833+5589) (ArchEph 2008, 198-9, 211-12), circular serpentine Libation Table (fragments from disturbed deposits in the south-east and north area of the Enclosure; MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 13.7, D. ca. 18.6 cm). The inscription is written on the top of the rim, oriented to the interior.

A-TA-]I-*301-WA-JA • JA-JA[-•-]•-•[


SY Za 9 (HM 5585) (ArchEph 2008, 212-13), circular serpentine Libation Table (MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 5.8; D. ca. 9.1 cm). The inscription is inscised just below the rim.

JA-PA-RA-JA-SE

RA is open towards the right like 20% of RA in Linear A, and thus the ancester to Linear B ra (on SY Zb 7). SE has a triangular base; cf. SY Za 6 & HT Zb 158a.


SY Za 10 (HM 5531) (ArchEph 2008, 199, 214), circular serpentine libation table (MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. 15.7, D. 15.7 cm). The inscription is incised on the top of the rim, facing to the exterior.

QA-SA-RA-KU

signs are shallowly scratched into the stone.


SY Za 11 (HM 5590) (ArchEph 2008, 199, 214-15), circular serpentine Libation Table (north area of the Enclosure, MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 4.9, D. ca. 12 cm). The inscription is incised on the exterior of the vessel, just below the rim.

RO-QA[


SY Za 12 (HM 5782) (ArchEph 2008, 199, 215-16), circular serpentine Libation Table (north area of the Enclosure, MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 4.1, D. 9.5 cm). The inscription is incised on the top of the rim, probably oriented to the interior.

] A-•[


SY Zb 7 (HM no. unknown) (ArchEph 2008, 198, 210-11), fragment of a terracotta zoomorphic rhyton (south part of the site, mixed deposits; H. 9.2, L. 4)

•-RA-KI-•-NI-SE

the first sign could be any with a single upright hastus (DA, A, MU, SA etc.); the 4th sign could be ZU over WA.


TEL HAROR, ISRAEL

TEL Zb 1 (inv. no. 20984), Late Bronze III (1700-1600/1550); E.D. Oren, "Minoan Graffito from Tel Haror (Negev, Israel)," Cretan Studies 5 (1996) 91-118; the site is in the northern Negev (ancient Gerar), not the more famous site of Tel Haror in the northern Galilee.

BOS / TELA+TE / FIC


THERA

G. Owens, "Further Comments on the Linear Inscriptions from Thera," Kadmos 36 (1997) 172-73; A. Michailidou, "'Ostrakon' with Linear A Script from Akrotiri (Thera). A Non-Bureaucratic Activity?," Minos 27-28 (1992-1993) 7-24; Archaeological Reports 40 (1994) 69. C. Boulotis, BCH 122 (1998) 407-11. My reading of the tablets is based on Boulotis 1998, and my own autopsy in the Museum of Prehistoric Thera. All pieces are displayed under one museum inventory number, 8366; the divisions into "tablet 5, tablet 6," etc. are my own.

For the sealings, see CMS V Suppl. 3, nos. 391-401, 403-5 from D 18b (58 complete or almost complete sealings plus fragments of more) and 402 from D 18a found along with the tablets, all inside a bathtub; another sealing (unpublished) was found in trench 64 (south of Xeste 2; Praktika 1999, 189, pl. 121b-2) inside a wood box with a complete balance set of 2 bronze pans with pivot beam, a bronze ring, and two disc weights (lead and stone). All sealings seem to be of Knossian clay and all sealed small folded leather packages, except for 402, which was sealed a peg. All other documents seem to be of local clays.


THE small tablet fragment 1
]KI[


THE small tablet fragment 2
]OLE[
*303=OLE


THE small tablet fragment 3
]OLE[
*303 or *302=OLE


THE tablet 4 (Akrotiri D18, LM IA context; Museum of Prehistoric Thera 8368; best tablet preserved; upsidedown in museum case)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberblank space
a.1   ]   [
a.2    ]   [
a.3  ]OVIS7[  
a.4  ]OVIS46[  
3. I see only 3
4. I see perhaps [[46]]36
3, 4. A306=OVIS


THE tablet 5 (Akrotiri D18, LM IA context; Museum of Prehistoric Thera 8366; upsidedown in museum case)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1    ]• TE-ME-DA-I[      

should this be I-DA-ME-TE?, a misspelling for I-DA-MA-TE?


THE tablet 6 (Akrotiri D18, LM IA context; Museum of Prehistoric Thera 8366; upsidedown in museum case)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1   ]10[  
a.2 ]TELA+SE]200[  


THE Zb 1 (Thera Mus. AKR P7.633) (GORILA IV: 101), pithos rim sherd (Potamos, a site 600 m to the east of Akrotiri, near Kamara, presumably LM IA; excavated in 1899; cf. Evans, SM I: 34; PM I 567, 637; PM IV: 715; inscription made prior to firing)

]    SI-NI-[

SI-NI-KU[ possible.


THE Zb 2 (Museum of Prehistoric Thera 1372) (GORILA IV: 102), jug (Akrotiri Delta 4, LM IA context; inscription made prior to firing)

A-RE-SA-NA


THE Zb 3 (NMA --) (GORILA IV: 103), jug (Akrotiri Delta complex, LM IA context; inscription made prior to firing)

A-NE[[    ]]


THE Zb 4 (Thera Akrotiri Mus. Strat. 136) (GORILA IV: 104-105), lid fragment (Akrotiri, Arvaniti 1, LM IA context; inscription made after firing)

]    A-RE[

A-SA[ possible.


THE Zb 5 (Owens 1996d, 1999a; Michailidou 1993), ostracon from Akrotiri; inscription made after firing

.1: MA 40    PU 5
.2: *171 7    ZO 9    TA 4


THE Zb 6 (NMA 1110), jug (Raison-Pope 1994, 291: Z4)

JE (sign, not fraction)


THE Zb 7 (Thera IV, 1970, p. 45, pl. 110; (Raison-Pope 1994, 291), vessel fragment

A-JE (retrograde)


THE Zb 11 (Bennett & Owens; Karnava, Horizons conf. forthcoming) pithos from House of the Ladies, with 4 signs

.1: • • • VIN+TE 120

120 units (28.8 liters/unit) = 3,456 liters, roughly 3 3/4 times the capacity of the Zakros pithos ZA Zb 3 inscribed with VIN 32 (under 1000 liters).


TIRYNS

TI Zb 1 (inv. no. LXI 41/8 XII R 121), LH III B2 ?

]*301-SI[


TRAOSTALOS

TRA Zb 1 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 107), sherd

]RE-JA-[

]RE-JA-MA[ possible.



TROULLOS

the eastern-most section of Minoan Archanes

TL Za 1 (HM 1545) (GORILA IV: 58-59), marble ladle (surface find). Like KY Za 2, the inscription begins on the top, to the left of the point. The first two words (except final -RE) occupy the top of the ladle, the next two words occupy the right rim, and the inscription concludes on the lower left rim. The signs have been painted.

a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • O-SU-QA-RE •
b: JA-SA-SA-RA-ME • U-NA-KA-NA-[SI
c: I-PI]-NA-MA SI-RU-[TE

Owens 1994: 26 compares O-SU-QA-RE with Linear B su-ke-re mentioned as being at Setoija on KN As 40+5093 (cf. As 1516.20); since Troullos is "just ten minutes' walk from the findplace of the Archanes archive," Owens posits that Archanes is Setoija.


TROY


TRO Zg 1, spindle whorl (Berlin Museum; Godart 1994, 714-17, fig. 5 on p. 722; Brown 1997)
PI-MI-TA-TI-RA2

TRO Zg 2, spindle whorl (Berlin Museum; Godart 1994, 714-17, fig. 5 on p. 722; Brown 1997)
DU-MI-TA-TI-RA2


TRYPITI


TRY Zb 1 (Raison-Pope 1994, 293), larnax corner

]NE-MI[ or ]MI-NE[


TYLISSOS


TY 2, page tablet (HM 1374) (GORILA I: 324-325)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  *309b+[ ]-34-PU-PI500  
.1  *309a[ ]290  
.2  *309b+[•]+KI+PU50  
.2  *309a+DA+PU[  ]10  
.2-3PA-DA-RU*309a+JU-KI100  
.3  *309a+RI-JU[    
.3  *309a+[ ] []6  
.3-4  VIR84  
.4  *309c+DA-[•]-JU17[  ]  
.5  *309c+[ ]-RU-KA30  
.5  *309a+RI+[ ]-WA-JU160  
.6  [ ]*309b+RI-JU250  
.6  *309b[    
.7-8 vacant       
  infra mutila      

the numbers now total 1497; perhaps the original was 1500 or 2000
.2-3: it is possible that the ligature is between *309a and PA-DA-RU-JU-KI, or (since PA ends line 2) *309a and DA-RU-JU-KI.


TY 3, page tablet (HM 1373+1375) (GORILA I: 326-329)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1    ]ZA-*321OLE+KI {*618}15E
a.1  OLE+U {*610}22  
a.1-2  NE KI+[ ]5  
a.2  OLE+OVISf {*611}3J
a.2  OLE+MI[ {*622}    
a.2  OLE+U7J
_____________________________________________________________________
a.3A-DU-[••]OLE+KI {*618}51  
a.3  OLE+KI+U {*619}2D
a.4  OLE+KI+ME {*620}1  
a.4  OLE+OVISf {*611}4J
a.4  ]OLIV[4[  
_____________________________________________________________________
a.5A-DAOLE+U {*610}21  
a.5  OLE+MI {*622}2[  
a.6    ]KO-A-DU-WAOLE+[ ]7D
_____________________________________________________________________
a.7A-KU-TU-*361[      
a.7  ]KI+[    ]5  
a.7  OLE+TU {*621}1  
_____________________________________________________________________
a.8. vacat       
          
b.1KI-RI-SIOLE+MI {*622}6[  
_____________________________________________________________________
b.2PI-KU-ZUOLE+KI {*618}4  
b.2  OLE+MI {*622}11[  
b.3  ]OLE+NE {*612}2[  
_____________________________________________________________________
b.4PA OLE+MI[    
b.4    ]220[  
b.5-8desunt      

a.3: A-DU-[•]-KA,A-DU-[•]-QE, or A-DU-[•]-MA.
a.7: cf. JA-KU-TI (KN 1a.1-2).
the preserved numbers total 173 JJJ E D; if fractions J=1/2, & E=1/4, then 173 JJJ E D = 174 + 3/4 + D (1/5?; HT 6, HT 100, HT 115). Perhaps the original total was 175.
is KI-RI-SI the verbal (singular) of KI-RO ?


TY Wc 5 (HM 430; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 203)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
  KU    

doubtful sign


TY Zb 4 (HM 7304) (GORILA IV: 109), pithos, below rim (House C, Magazine 9)

A-*301-KI-TA-A

[[  ]] between A and *301.


TY Zg 1 (HM 6585) (GORILA IV: 170), TC figurine (West Building, LM I context)

]MA-RU-A


VRYSINAS


VRY Za 1 (Rethymnon Mus. 685) (GORILA IV: 61), square serpentine Libation Table. The inscription is written retrograde (Palaima 1988: 310-12, citing Duhoux) on the top of the rim, oriented towards the exterior, except SI which is oriented to the interior (i.e., upside down).

a: ]I-PI-NA-MA

b: SI-RU-TE • [


ZAKROS

LM IB context.


ZA 1, page tablet (HM 85) (GORILA I: 332-333) (House A, LM IB)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  • I+[?] {*516} •    
a.1-2KI-RE-ZAFIC42J
a.2  ZA5  
a.3-4 vacant       
  infra mutila      
          
b.1E-MI[      
b.1-2    ]ROGRA47  
b.3-4 vacant       
  infra mutila      


ZA 4, page tablet (HM 1615+frr) (GORILA III: 148-150) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
ZA Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1]vest.[      
a.1  ]E[    
a.2    ]PI-[•]-SE[  ]5  
a.2-3JA-TO-JA[  ]3[  
a.3A-TI-RU  4  
a.3-4JA-PA  1[  
a.4[•]-TU-ME-SE  18  
a.5QE-SI-ZU-E  4  
a.5-6Ib-NU-MA-RE  13  
a.6-7SI-PI-KI  5  
a.7E-*82  50  
a.8KA-DI  3  
          
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]VINa104[  
b.2-7 vacant       

a.2: ]PI-RU-SE[ possible.
a.8: KA probably over [[QE]]. Here, KA-DI is recorded as owing 3 units VIN; on ZA 15b.1 it is specially recorded as having paid.
a.2-.8: the recorded numbers total 106; if face b records debits as is likely (cf. HT 28, TY 3), then 104[ is probably the original number on b.1


ZA 5, page tablet (HM 1616) (GORILA III: 152-155) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
ZA Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1QIf-*118 •VINa+SU {*593}    
a.1-2KI-NI-MA  7  
a.2-3O-TA-NI-ZA-SE  6  
a.3SA-MI-DA-E[      
a.4]vest.[      
a.5-6desunt      
a.7.]vest.[      
a.8deest      
.]vest.[      
          
b.1Ib-NU-MA-RE  20  
b.2SI-PI-KI  1J
b.2-3MA-KA-I-TA  3  
b.4-9 vacant       

b.2-3: MA-KA-I-TA also appears on PK 1.8 (also the last name).


ZA 6, page tablet (HM 1617+1628+1648) (GORILA III: 156-159) (Palace XVI B, LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
ZA Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1*305-WA-NA*17119  
a.1-2*34-JU-TE-MI[      
a.2    ]180  
a.3I-SE[      
a.3-4  ]OLIV15  
a.4  ]OLIV10  
a.5I-[      
a.5    ]2  
a.6    ]PU2-RA2GRA+PA {*574}[    
a.7    ]20[  
a.7]OLIV[    
a.8    ]25  
a.8  *304[    
a.9    ]20  
a.9-10I-SE-[•      
          
b.1I-KU-JU-TI-IbGRA+PA {*574}50E
b.2  VINa+RA {*594} 40  
b.2  VINa+KA {*596}10  
b.2-3*312-TA2GRA+PA {*574}40[  
b.3    ]20  
_____________________________________________________________________
b.4PA-ZA-[      
b.5  ]I-MA[      
b.6-8 vacant       

Schoep 2002, 98: with quantities in whole number and this large, these are probably incoming commodities, targets or collections.
b.1: the distinction between I and Ib may mean that this line should read I-KU-JU-TI     Ib GRA+PA, and that Ib is like I+[?] {*516}.


ZA 7, page tablet (HM 1618 top + 1622 bottom + 2 frr) (GORILA III: 160-163) (Palace XXVIII, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1U-JU  5  
a.1-2A-RA-TU  4  
a.2-3A-RE-TU-MI[      
a.4-6desunt      
a.7.]vest.[      
a.8. vacant       
          
b.1A-MA[      
b.2-7desunt      
b.8      ]F L2[
b.8]vest.[    


ZA 8, page tablet (HM 1619) (GORILA III: 164-165) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
ZA Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1KI-RA •      
.1A-TA-RE •FIC  J
.2KU-TU-KO-RE    D D
.2-3A-RI-NI-TA  1[ ]B B
.3-4TA-I-NU-MA-PA    J
.4MA-KA-I-SE  2E J
.5DA-I-PI-TA  2J
.6KA-I-RO  4B B

8.2-3: A-RI-NI-TA also occurs on HT 25a.3.

The numbers and fractions total almost 13 (9 + 4J [2] + 4B [1 1/3] + E [1/4] + 2D [2/5]; this resolves to 12 + 59/60.


ZA 9, page tablet (HM 1620) (GORILA III: 166-167) (Palace XXVIII, LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]-NU-TI •      
.1ZA-[      
.2    ]-RAOVIS+SI {*512}5  
.2]vest.[      
.3-4]RO-SI-RA[  ]OVIS+SI {*512}4  
.4-5A-TA-NA-[•]OVIS+SI {*512}2  
.5[•]-MA-JUOVISf2
.6WI-RA-RE-MI-TEOVISf1  

.2 perhaps: ]MA-RA.
4-5 possibly: A-TA-NA-TE.


ZA 10, page tablet (HM 1621) (GORILA III: 168-171) (Palace XXVIII, LM IB context)
ZA Scribe 4
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1TA-NA-TE  2  
a.1  PA+[?]1  
a.1-2A-KU-MI-NA  1  
a.2A-TA-NA-TE  1  
a.3A-MI-DA-U  1  
a.3-4A-DU-KU-MI-NA  1  
a.4-5DA-I-PI-TA  1  
a.5DU-RE-ZA-SE  2  
          
b.1WA-*362  2  
b.1-2DU-RE-ZA-SEVINb5  
b.2U-*49  6  
b.2-3MA-ZA  5  
b.3MA-KI-DE-TE  5  
b.3-4SA-MA  5  
b.4A-DE  4  
b.4-5A-MI-TA  3  
b.5RA2-RO-RE  2  
b.5-6PA-JA-RE  1  
b.6KA-KU-NE-TE    J
b.6-7  TA2  
b.7  DU1[  

b.3-4: SA-MA also occurs on HT 6b.5-6, HT 10a.1, and HT 52a.1.
b.5-6: PA-JA-RE also occurs on HT 29.2 and HT 88.5.


ZA 11, page tablet (HM 1623) (GORILA III: 172-175) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
ZA Scribe 2?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]TA2• I+[?] {*516} •     
a.1 GRA+PA[ {*574}    
a.2-3    ]-RA-MA-SIVINa  J[
a.3-4    ]E-KU-RU  2E
a.4  JU  L L2
a.4  VINa  J
a.4  QE+GRA+PA {QE+*574}4  
a.5KU-PA •GRA+PA {*574}1[  
a.5PI-*310-A[      
a.6  ]OLIV2  
  infra mutila      
          
b.1E-TO-RII+[?] {*516} •    
b.1SA-*301-RI •GRA+PA {*574}1[  
b.2a  I OLIV1[  
b.2b]I-DE[    
b.3  ]RA2  
b.3KU-PAGRA+PA {*574}3  
  infra mutila      

a.1: cf. DA-DU-MA-TA (HT 95 a.1); sign *516 (I+[?]) is a transaction sign (Schoep 2002, 98). Since I+[?] denotes "to" and -Tv probably denotes "from", we can read the document as a list of disbursements "from" Didikorama(t) of small amounts of agricultural commodities "to" Names.
a.5 & b.3: KU-PA, possibly a transaction term (Schoep 1994-95: 67, n. 47).
Schoep 2002, 98: with such small quantitites and the transaction sign 516, the commodities here are probably going out (allocations, disbursements?); contrast ZA 6, incoming commodities, without sign 516.


ZA 12, page tablet (HM 1624) (GORILA III: 176-177) (Palace XVI Gamma, LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1  PA+[?]64[  
a.1  TI13[  
a.2  RU28  
a.3    6  
          
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]TU[6[  
b.1  PA+[?]40[
b.2  TI13  
b.2  RU26  


ZA 13, page tablet (HM 1625) (GORILA III: 178-179), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 3?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]-SU-PA-[      
.2]vest.[      
.3-5 vacant       

.1 or: ]KU-SU-PA[


ZA 14, page tablet (HM 1626) (GORILA III: 180-181) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1ME-KI-DI  1  
.1QIf-*118  1  
.2PU-NI-KA-SO  3  
.2QA-TI-JU  8  
.3KU-PI  1  
.3-4TU-MI-TI-ZA-SE  45[  
.4PA-NU-QE  2  
.4JA-WI[      
.5]vest.[      
.6 vacat       
  infra mutila      


ZA 15, page tablet (HM 1627) (GORILA III: 182-185) (Palace XVI B, LM IB context)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
ZA Scribe 5
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1*47-KU-NASA VINa {*522}    
a.2QE-SI-ZU-E  57  
a.3I-TI-NI-SA  10  
a.3  ME VINa {*507}    
a.4MI-ZA-SE  3  
a.4-5Ib-NU-MA-RE  6  
a.5SI-PI-KI  2J
a.6JA-SA-MU  5  
a.6-7SA-MI-DA-E  4  
a.7SO-KE-MA-SE  5  
          
b.1KA-DI •VINa3  
_____________________________________________________________________
b.2KU-RO •VINa78  
b.3  VINa+RA {*594} 17  
b.4-7 vacant       

a.1: *47-KU-NA-SA VINa possible; for SA VINa, cf. *589: VINa+SA.
a.7: SO-KE-MA-SE, cf. O-KA-MI-ZA-SI-I-NA, PK 1.3-4 a.1-5 totals 78 1/2, which is probably referred to on b.2 as VINa 78; a.6-b.1 totals 17, apparently answering to b.3 VINa+RA.
b.1: KA-DI is specially recorded here as having paid its 3 units VIN, owing on ZA 4.

Schoep 2002, 100: The total of VINa on a+b.1 is 95 1/2; the total on the rest of b is 95. If these amounts are assumed to be the same, then the distinctions on a+b1 might be flavor/age vel sim. (JGY: e.g,. +SA = sesame flavored, +ME = honey flavored), and on the rest of b, aspects of transaction/production vel sim.


ZA 16, page tablet (HM 1629) (GORILA III: 186-187) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1]vest.[      
.2    ]-SI[      
.3]vest.[      
.4  ]PA6[  
.4  ]SU4[  
.5]vest.[      
.6-9desunt      


ZA 17, page tablet (HM 1630) (GORILA III: 188-189), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


ZA 18, page tablet (HM 1631+1634+1635+1643+1647+14frr) (GORILA III: 190-193), provenience unknown

Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
ZA Scribe 1?
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1DA-RE-KU[]vest.    
a.1KU-*321 •GRA+PA {*574}2D D
a.2  GRA+[ ]2D D
a.2  OLE+KI {*618}  B B
a.2  OLIV  E
a.3-5 vacant       
  infra mutila      
          
  supra mutila      
b    2J E L2[
  infra mutila      


ZA 19, page tablet (HM 1633+fr) (GORILA III: 192-193), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
      ]RA-TE-[      
  infra mutila      


ZA 20, page tablet (HM 1636) (GORILA III:192-193) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context)
ZA Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1-2    ]DU-RE-ZA-SE-[]MI[    
.2  ]•4  
.2SI-TE-TU  1  
.3SI-TU  6  
.3TE-*123 12  
.3RU-MA-TA-SE  3  
.4KU-RA  130  
.5 vacant       
  infra mutila      

.1-2: ]DU-RE-ZA-SE-MI[ not impossible.
.3: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices)


ZA 21, page tablet (HM 1637+1640[+]1638[+]1639) (GORILA III: 194-195), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 1?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  ]ME[    
a.2    ]PI-MU  40[  
a.3]vest.[    
a.4  ]MA[    
a.4  ]TE2  
a.4TA-KE[      
a.5]vest.[    
a.6  ]PA+[?]5  
a.6TA-MA-PI[      
a.7    ]3  
a.7  A[    
a.7    ]*118-MI[  ]2  
          
b.1I-DA[      
b.2  ]KI[    
b.3    ]2  
b.3SA-RI[      
b.4]vest.[    
b.5]vest.[    
b.6 vacat       
b.7  [[ME]]    
a.7: ]*118-MI[-NA? see notes to KN Za 19 (and HT 88.2).


ZA 22, page tablet (HM 1641+11 frr) (GORILA III: 198-199), provenience unknown
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1  ]OVISf[    
.2  OVISm1[  
.3    ]1  
.3RA-[•]OVISf1[  
.4DU-JU[  7[  
.5  OVISf100[  
.6-7 vacant       


ZA 23, page tablet (HM 1642) (GORILA III: 200-201), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 4
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
_____________________________________________________________________
.1    ]TE-TE-[      
.2    ]MI-RE[      
.3 vacat       


ZA 24, page tablet (HM 1644) (GORILA III: 200-201), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 1?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1I-DAGRA+[ ][    
a.2]vest.[      
  infra mutila      
          
b  ]TA[    
  infra mutila      


ZA 25, page tablet (HM 1645) (GORILA III: 202-203), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  ]vest.[      
  infra mutila      


ZA 26, page tablet (HM 1652) (GORILA III: 202-203), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1SI-TE • DI-DI-[      
a.2  ]OVISf13  
a.2JA-KI[      
a.3  ]KI[    
  infra mutila      
          
  supra mutila      
b.1  ]OVISf7  
b.1 vacat       
  infra mutila      


ZA 27, page tablet (HM 1653) (GORILA III: 204-205), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 3?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2    ]DI-KI  2  
.2O-MI[      

.2: KU-MI[ not completely impossible.


ZA 28, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 204-205), provenience unknown
ZA Scribe 2?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
    ]  GRA+PA {*574}1[  
  infra mutila      


ZA 29, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 206-207), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1  ]MA100[  
a.1  ]TE[    
  infra mutila      


ZA 30, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 206-207), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]vest.[      
.2    ]7[  
  infra mutila      


ZA 31, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 208-209), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
    ]DU2[  
  infra mutila      


ZA 32, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 208-209), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
    ]JA[    
  infra mutila      


ZA 33, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 208-209), provenience unknown
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
      ]21[  
  infra mutila      


ZA Wa 36 (HMs 94)

RO
face impressed by sealstone: CMS II 7, no. 45: bull runs right, head up


ZA Wa 38 (HM 32/1)

*301
face impressed by sealstone: CMS II 7, no. 23: woman right, "crossed" by a caprid right


ZA Wb 37 (HMs 51/2)

SI
g: seal impression: CMS II 7, no. 91: griffin left, regardant


ZA Wc 2 (HM pin 84) (GORILA II: 98; M. Perna, Kadmos, 33, 1994, 29-37; Hallager 1996a, Roundel 2: 207) (House A, LM IB context)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS no.
.a1-2: A-TI-KA A-DU-KO-[[MI]]  2II 7, no. 25: woman moving?

.2: KO-MI over [[ ]].


ZA Zb 3 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 112-113), pithos, inscription below rim, from Epano Zakros (Magazine Theta, LM IB context)

.1: VINa 32 DI-DI-KA-SE • A-SA-MU-NE • A-SE
.2: A-TA-I-*301-DE-KA • A-RE-PI-RE-NA • TI-TI-KU

The pithos records "VIN 32," probably the volume, 32 units; if Mycenaean units (28.8 l), the volume would have been 921.6 l. Since the pithos stands about 170 cm high, the vase-capacity program ("Vase" by Gregory Christiana, copyright 1994) calculates its maximum volume from its profile as slightly over 1000 l.


ZA Zb 34 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 114-115), pithos sherd, above rope pattern (Palace Magazine I?, LM IB context)

]PU2-RE-JAKO-MURU-DI[


ZA Zg 34 (BSA 7, 1900-1901, 136) stone weight (Raison-Pope 1994, 320), Hogarth House H
linelogogramnumber
.a-.bTELA60


ZA Zg 35, bone label (Siteia Mus. 4632; Kopaka 1989), LM IA context (ante quem)

]ME-MI-JA-RU • SE-WA-AU-DE

Kopaka notes the appearance of au-de in Linear B (au-de-pi and au-de-we-sa in the PY Ta series; since there is no Greek interpretation of these words, perhaps au-de- is a Minoan element; cf. Jorro Auro 1999, I:143. JGY: in Kopaka's photograph, ME appears slightly separated from MI-JA-RU.

ZOMINTHOS


ZO ZA 1 (News Network Archaeology, 15 August 2013, citing To Vima, 11 August 2013) small stone libation table ("altar," 20x20 cm) in 3 tiers (or inverted steps) bearing an inscription in Linear A on all 12 of its vertical sides. In shape, it resembles KN Za 10 and PK Za 8 (P. Muhly 1981, type A.V).

The inscription has not yet been published.



Comments, corrections, questions: John Younger (jyounger@ku.edu)

For the Linear A texts from Haghia Triada (Ayia Triada)

For Linear A religious texts grouped separately

Bibliography from 1980

A Linear A Lexicon