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Linear B

Lexicon

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CONTENTS
PREFACE About Linear B The script Spelling and pronunciation Examples of conjugation About the lexicon LINEAR B LEXICON SAMPLE OF TEXTS LIST OF WORDS SOURCES OF THE LEXICON APPENDIX 1: CORPUS OF ANATOLIAN LANGUAGES APPENDIX 2: MAPS OF LANGUAGE TREES AND GENETIC TRACES

PREFACE
About Linear B Linear B is a syllabic script that was used for writing Mycenaean Greek. It pre-dated the Greek alphabet (ca. 13th but perhaps as early as 17th century BC) and seems to have died out with the fall of Mycenaean civilization. Most clay tablets inscribed in Linear B were found in Knossos, Cydonia (modern Chania), Pylos, Thebes and Mycenae. The application of Linear B seems to have been confined to administrative contexts by some sort of guild of professional scribes who served the central palaces. The succeeding period provides no evidence of the use of writing.

Map of Mycenaean Greece

[http://www.utexas.edu/courses/introgreece/lecture_3.html]

The script Linear B has roughly 200 signs, divided into around 87 syllabic signs with phonetic values and ideograms with semantic values. The grid was developed during decipherment by Michael Ventris and John Chadwick. Each syllable is represented by a consonant and a vowel (with some exceptions shown below). In cases where the transcription remains in doubt, Bennett's number with an asterisk is used.

Spelling and pronunciation Linear B does not distinguish between short and long vowels or voiced and unvoiced consonants.

For example, the syllabogram

can both represent //and // (as the first and the second /e/ in

the word even respectively). The syllabogram /gha,/ /ha/ respectively).

can both represent /,/ /,/ and // (/ka,/

It does not distinguish between // and // (/r/ and /l/ respectively). For example, ti-ripo= tripous but tu-ri-so= Tylisos. The w-series represent the lost letter /F/ (digamma). It is pronounced as // or // (/v/ or /f/ respectively). In modern Greek it is usually expressed with a consonantal /u/. For example, = avgo but = aftos. The q-series represent the lost letter /q/ (qoppa). It could sound like /F/ or /F/ (/kF/ or /gF/ respectively) but it evolved as /,/ /,/ // (/k,/ /p,/ /t/ respectively) voiced or unvoiced. For example, i-qo=> ()= ip(p)os, qa-si-re-u=> = vasileus, qe=> /= (te/ghe). The spelling of words is analytical, which means that all syllables are expressed. But since the syllables are basically consonant- vowel pairs, additional letters are omitted. For example, pe-ma= sperma, ka-ko= khalkos, etc. Equivalently, in clusters of consonants that are fully expressed, redundant vowels are omitted. For example a-mi-ni-so= Amnisos, a-toro-qo= anthropos, and so on. Of course, the ambiguous nature of the script is in some cases incurable, as for example the word te-mi= termis and themis, or a-pi-qo-ro= amfipolos and amfiplous, etc. This ambiguity gets worse when suffixes are to be expressed. For example, to-so can be either tosos or toson, even tosoi, tosois, etc.
Linear B, Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_B]

Examples of conjugation Names are usually constructed with the /s/ suffix that can also be accompanied with a vowel (/os,/ /as/ etc). Female names usually end in /a/> // and neutrals end in /on/. This holds for the nominative. Verbs end in /-mi/ and // (in the active voice) or /-mai/ (in the passive voice). Examples:

wa-na-ka ra-wa-ke-ta i-je-re-u wa-na-ka-to ra-wa-ke-ta-o i-je-re-wo wa-na-ka-te ra-wa-ke-ta(-i) i-je-re-we

F (F) F F F F F F F

vanaks (wanax) lafagetas iereus vanaktos lafagetao ierevos vanaktei lafagetai ierevei

(nominative)

(accusative)

(dative)

e-e-si e-u-ke-to e-ke di-do-si pa-si a-ra-ru-ja de-do-me-na e-o e-ko-te e-ke-e e-re-e

() () () () () () (>)

eensi (eimi) euhetoi (euhomai) ehei (eho) didonsi (dido) fasi(n) (fami>feimi) araryia dedomena eon ehontes eheen (eimi) ereen (>eretto)

(3rd sing.)

(3rd plur.)

(participle)

(infinitive)

me-zo me-wi-jo a-ro2(-jo) me-zo-e me-wi-jo-e a-ro2-e

/ (>) F/F (>) / (>) Fo (>) (>)

mezon/mezos (>meizon) mevion/mevios (>meion) arion/arios mezoes (>meizones) mevioes (>meiones) arioes (>ariones)

(nom. singular)

(nom. plural)

About the lexicon All symbolism follows standard convections. For example, an asterisk (*) before a word implies a reconstructed form of the word that is not originally attested in the texts. The structure of the

lexicon is simple: Symbols- Transliteration- Pronunciation- Translation. The languages used in each case are the appropriate ones for a better understanding of the texts. However, I havent followed the standard interpretation of /F/ or /q/ since their sound depends on the context. For example, e-ke-ra2-wo= Eheliafon, not Eheliawon, which would be pronounced Eheliayouon. I have done the same with other sounds too. For example, I write ka-ko= (halkos) and not khalkos, because the corresponding letter // is a simple consonant. Finally, I have kept some conventions concerning common cases, for example, poro-te-u= Proteus which, however, is to be pronounced Protefs and not Proteous. As one soon realizes, the only authentic spelling rule is the empirical one.

Note: Special Linear B fonts were downloaded from the following site: Truetype Fonts by Curtis Clark [http://mockfont.com/old/]

LINEAR

LEXICON

pa-si

te-o-i

pansi theois to all gods

Symbols (Linear B)

Transliteration (Latin)

Pronunciation (Greek)

Pronunciation (English)

Translation (English)

a-da-ma-o

()

Adamao (Adamas) Adamevei(s) (Adameus) Adrastios andeter/ andeteres

personal name

a-da-me-we

F() ()

personal name

a-da-ra-ti-jo a-de-te/ a-de-te-re

personal name binder (>= headband)

a-di-nwa-ta a-di-ri-ja-pi/ a-di-ri-ja-te/ a-di-ri-jo

F / / (>)

Adinfatas andriaphi/ andriantei/ andrios (>aner) Aelipotas aethistos (ethizo?) aixma(n)s (aixma> aihme) Aigeus

personal name (decorated) with men

a-e-ri-qo-ta a-e-ti-to

(>;)

personal name not used?

ai-ka-sa-ma

() (> )

pointed head of a weapon personal name (also a fashionstyle)

ai-ke-u/ a-i-ke-u/ ai-ki-e-we/ a-i-qe-we/

ai-ki-e-wo/ a-i-qe-wo ai-ki-a2-ri-jo ai-ki-no-o ai-ki-pa-ta/ a-i-ki-pa-ta ai-ki-po ai-ko-ta ai-ku-pi-ti-jo ai-mi-re-we (ai-mi-re)F Aigypos Aikontas Aigyptios (ai-mi-re)veis h aigihalios coastal (see also aigihaliande) A Aiginoos Aigipatas personal name personal name (, = goat) personal name personal name personal name related to rams (see also e-ka-rae-we) ai-ta-re-u-si () ai-ta-ro-we/ a-ta-ro-we F Aithaleusi (Aithaleus) Aithalofeis personal name (>= smoky) ai-ti-jo-qe/ ai-ti-jo-qo / Aithiopes/ Aithiops ethnic/personal name (>= shining, blazing) ai-to ai-wa-ja F (>) ai-wa-ta F Aithon Aifaia (>Aia) Aifatas personal name personal name ethnic/place name place name

ai-wo-ro/ a-wo-ro ai-za ai-za a-ja-me-na/ a-ja-me-no a-ka-ma-no a-ka-ra-no

Aivolos

personal/animal name (= nibble)

(>) (>) / o

aiza (>aiga) Aizai (>Aigai) aiasmena/ aiasmenos Alkmanor akaranos

goat place name inscribed/ decorated personal name (>= legs/ kara= head)

a-ka-si-jo-ne

()

Akasionei (Akasion) Aktaios Ahaiviande (Ahaivia) Achaivos

place name

a-ka-ta-jo a-ka-wi-ja-de

F (F)

personal name place name

a-ka-wo

personal/ethnic name of Ahaivia

a-ke a-ke-e a-ke-(j)o(-jo)

/ ()

agei/ ageen Argeioio (Argeios) Arhailafos/ Arhailafon ageirei(n) Agreus/ Agreuthen

to send

ethnic name of Argos personal name

a-ke-ra-wo

F/ F

a-ke-re a-ke-re-u/ a-ke-re-u-te

() /

to collect place name

a-ke-re-wa/ a-ke-re-wa-de/ a-ke-re-we a-ke-re-wi-jo

F/ F

Agrefa/ Agrefande

place name (fem. of Agreus?)

Agrevios

ethnic name of Agrefa

a-ke-ro a-ke-ro

agelos Aheron

messenger personal name (also modern river)

a-ke-te-re

ageteres/ asketeres

official title/ occupation (see also asketreiai)

a-ke-ti-ra2(-o)/ a-ke-ti-ri-ja/ a-ke-ti-ri-ja-i a-ke-u/ a-ke-wo a-ki-a2-ri-ja-de a-ki-re-u/ a-ki-re-we a-ki-ti-to

asketreiaon/ asketreiai

decorators? (fem.)

Alkeus

personal name

h (h)

Aigihaliande (Aigihalia) Ahileus

place name

personal name

()

akti(s)tos

untitled? (>= founding, settling)

*a-ko

agos/agkos

holy place/grove, valley (see ti-mito-a-ke-e)

a-ko-ra

agora

acquisition of things for communal

purposes > market place a-ko-ra-ja/ a-ko-ra-jo / agoraia/ agoraios used for communal purposes (see also agora) a-ko-ro/ a-ko-ro-we a-ko-so-ne a-ko-so-ta/ a-ko-so-ta-o a-ko-te-u a-ko-to a-ko-to-no a-ko-wo / F Argotheus Aktor/Ahthon aktoinos akorfos personal name personal name without ktoina childless, unaccompanied (see korfos) a-ku-ro a-ma-ru-ta-o () a-mi-ni-si-jo argyros Amalytao (Amalytas) Amnisios ethnic name of Amnisos a-mi-ni-so-de () a-mo/ a-mo-si/ a-mo-ta / / / / Amnisonde (Amnisos) armon/ armosi/ armota/ wheel/chariot (undercarriage) place name silver personal name o axones Aksotas axles personal name agros field

a-mo-te a-mo-i-je-to

armote armoientoi? just delivered? (see iento)

a-mo-ra-ma

- ;

amor- amar?

from day to day, daily?

a-mo-ta-jo/ a-mo-te-jo-nade a-mo-te-re

armoteon armoteonande

(to the) workshop of armota

armosteres

> (of stones) laid with the grain

a-mo-te-wi-ja

armothevia

? (description of a pot)

a-mu-ta-wo a-na(-i)-ta/ a-na(-i)-to a-na-mo-ta a-na-mo-to a-na-pu-ke

F / /

Amynthafon anaita/ anaiton anarmosta/ anarmoston anampykes

personal name not decorated

(about chariots) not assembled without headbands (see ampykes)

a-ne-mo (i-ere-ja) a-ne-ta

()

anemon (iereia)

(priestess) of winds

()

aneta (anieimi= to not due, of no set free) charge

a-ne-u-te

/ ()

Aneuthen/Aneutei place name (Aneus) aniai/aniaphi (>inia) reins

a-ni-ja/ a-ni-ja-pi

/ (>)

a-ni-ja-to a-no-no

Aniatos anonon

personal name not rented, see opp. onaton

a-no-po

anopos

without holes, not pierced

a-no-we/ a-no-wo-to a-nu-ko a-nu-to a-pa-je-u a-pa-re-u/ a-pa-re-u-pi a-pa-sa-ki-jo a-pa-ta a-pa-ta-wa

F/ F A

anofeis/ anoftos Anykos Anytos Arpayeus Aphareus

without ears, handles personal name personal name personal name place name

; F (>)

Apsayios asparta? Aptarfa (>Aptera) Aptarfaia/ Aptarfaios apeasa/apeontes (>apeimi) apeeike (>aphieimi) Apelitafon aphetria(i)

personal name not sown? place name

a-pa-ta-wa-ja/ a-pa-ta-wa-j a-pe-a-sa/ a-pe-o-te a-pe-e-ke

F/ F / (>) (>)

ethnic name of Aptarfa absent

to let go

a-pe-ri-ta-wo a-pe-ti-ra2

F ()

personal name item found together with a

torpeza a-pi a-pi-a2-ro a-pi-e-ke h () amphi Amphihalos amphiehei(n) bi-, both personal name to be covered all over a-pi-ja-ko-ro/ a-pi-ja-ko-ro-jo a-pi-do-ro a-pi-ja-re-wo F () a-pi-je-ta a-pi-me-de/ a-pi-me-de-o a-pi-no-e-wi-jo F Amphinoevioi ethnic name of Amphoneus a-(pi-)po-rewe/ a-po-re-we a-pi-po-ro/ a-pi-qo-ro-i a-pi-qo-ta a-pi-qo-to amphipolos attendant ()F () am(phi)phorefes (amphoreus) amphora Amphidoros Amphiarevos (Amphiareus) Amphiyetas Amphimedes personal name personal name personal name personal name Amphiagros personal name

(>?)

Amphipotas amphipotos (>amphivatos?) Amphilavos/ Amphilavon

personal name (table) with legs apart personal name

a-pi-ra-wo

F/ F

a-po-ne-we/ a-pu-ne-we a-po-te-ra a-po-te-ro-te a-pua-pu-do-ke/ a-pe-do-ke

F () () - (>-) / (>)

Amphonevei (Amphoneus) amphotera(i) amphoterothen apy- (>apo-) apydoke/ apedoke (>apodido) apydodis (>apodosis) ampyx/ ampykes ampykovorgos

place name

both on both sides from/with to deliver

a-pu-do-si

(>)

delivery

a-pu-ka/ a-pu-ke a-pu-ko-wo-ko

/ F

head- band, tiara/ reins maker of ampykes

a-pu2-ka-ne a-pu2/ a-pu2-de/ a-pu2-we a-qa-to a-qe-mo a-qo-ta a-ra-ka-te-ja

Afyganes

ethnic name of Aphy

/ A/ AF A

Aphy/ Aphynde/ Aphyvei Amvatos Akvaimon Amvotas alakateiai

place name (= steep)

personal name personal name personal name weavers (fem.) => wool/ =>spindle

a-ra-ka-te-ja-o a-ra-ro-mo-teme-na/ a-ra-ro-mo-teme-no a-ra-ru-ja

()/ ()

alakateiaion ararmot(ei)mena/ ararmot(ei)menos

weavers place assembled

araryia

bound/equipped (fem.)

a-ra-ru-wo-a

F (>)

araryvoa (>araryonta) areia/ areios

bound/equipped (neut.) divine epithet (> god = Mars)

a-re-ja / a-re-jo/ a-re-i-jo a-re-ka-sa-dara a-re-ke-se-u a-re-ki-si-to-jo

Alexandra

personal name (fem.)

()

Alexeus Alexitoio (Alexitos) Alektryfon

personal name personal name

a-re-ku-tu-ruwo/ a-re-ku-tu-ruwo-ne/ a-re-ku-tu-ruwo-no a-re-me-ne a-re-pa/ a-ro-pa/ a-re-pa-te/ a-re-pa-to

personal name (= cock)

()

Ar(ei)menes

personal name cream, ointment

(>) aleiphar (>aloiphe)

a-re-pa-zo-o/ a-re-po-zo-o a-ro2-a a-ro2-e a-ro2-jo a-ru-ra/ a-ro-u-ra a-sa-mi-to a-si-ja-ti-ja a-si-wi-ja/ a-si-wi-jo a-ta-ma-ne-u/ a-ta-ma-ne-we a-ta-na (-po-tini-ja) a-ta-no/ a-ta-no-re/ a-ta-no-ro a-ta-ra-si-jo

(>) (>) (>) (>)

aleiphazoos (>aleiphovios) aryoa (>areiona) aryoes (>areiones) arioio (>areionos) aroura

occupation (= anointer) better (neut., plur.)

better (masq., plur.) better (masq., sing., gen.) unit of land

F/ F (>) (-)

asaminthos Asiatiai Asivia/ Asivios Athamaneus (>Athamas) Atana (-potnia= beloved)

bath tab place name ethnic name

personal name

goddesss name (goddess Athena) personal name

Antanor

atalansios

without copper (see also talansia)

a-te-mi-ti-jo a-te-mo

Artemitios

personal name personal name

/ Artemon/ Anthemon

a-te-re-wi-ja

Atreivia

ethnic/place name

a-te-we a-to-po-qo

(;)F (>)

a(?)tevei artopopos (>artopoios) Artimitei (Artemis?) anthropo (anthropos) Atykos/Atygos (au-de)vessa

kind of pot (jug) baker

a-ti-mi-te

(;)

goddesss name

a-to-ro-po

()

human

a-tu-ko au-de-we-sa

/ (au-de)F

personal name having au-d (= a rosette?)

au-ke-wa

F ()

Augevan (Augeus) aulos (aulos)

personal name

au-ro

()

pipe (> musical instrument)

au-ta2 a-we-ke-se-u/ a-we-ke-se-we a2-ka-a2-ki-rijo a2-ro-u-do-pi

Autias Afeixeus

personal name personal name

(a2-ka-a2) + h

(a2-ka-a2) + agrios halosydorphi (als= sea+ ydor= water)

ethnic/place name (>= field) aquamarine (gem)/with wavelike patterns place name

a2-ru-wo-te a2-te-ro

HF (>;) h (>)

Haryvothen (>Haryvdos?) hateros (>eteros)

other

da-da-re-jo-de

()

Dadaleionde (Dadaleion) Daipontas Daitraros Daiaros Damater

place name/ sanctuary personal name personal name personal name goddesss name (>Demeter)

da-i-qo-ta da-i-ta-ra-ro da-ja-ro da-ma-te

da-ma-te/ du-ma-te da-mi-ni-jo

damates/ dymates Damnios

related to damos (family groups?) ethnic name of Damnos

da-mo

(>)

damos (>deimos) damoklos daphurinthoio (>lavyrinthos) Daron Dataiaros Davia/Davios

municipality

da-mo-ko-ro da-pu2-ri-to(j)o da-ro da-ta-ja-ro da-wi-ja/ da-wi-jo da-we-u-pi/ da-wo -de

(>) F/F

official title (of the) labyrinth

personal name personal name ethnic name of Dafos/Dafon

F/ F/F -

Daveuphi Dafos/Dafon -de

place name

not, on the other side

-de

-de

allative/

demonstrative de-de-me-no de-di-ku-ja (>) dedemenos dedikyia (>didasko) bound being apprenticing (see also didaskalei) de-do-me-na dedomena (things) being offered de-ka-sa-to de-ku-tu-woko de-me-o-te () de-mi-ni-a de-qo-no de-re-u-ko de-so-mo de-u-ka-ri-jo de-u-ki-jo-jo () de-we-ro-aiko-ra-i-ja F (= -) demeontes (demo= to build) demnia deipnon dleukos desmois Deukalion Deukioio (Deukios) Devroaihoraiai (= hither- lands) place name (compare to peraiaihoraiai) di-da-ka-re () didaskalei (didaskalos) at the place of the practitioner bedsteads dinner, meal must (of wine) (with) straps personal name month name they who build F deksato dektyvorgos to be accepted maker of nets

(see also dedikyia) di-ka-ta-de (> ) di-ka-ta-jo di-ko-na-re-ja Diktande (Dikta> Dikte) Diktaios Dikonareia place name (mountain) epithet of god Zeus personal name (fem.) di-ko-na-ro di-pa di-pi-se-wi-jo/ di-pi-si-je-wijo di-pi-si-ja/ di-pi-si-jo/ di-pi-so-i di-pte-ra () Dipsoi (Dipsos) diptera / Dipsia/Dipsios (>) F Dikonaros dipas (>depas) Dipsievios personal name a kind of cup person from Dipsos (same as next) ethnic name of Dipsos place name leather hide (> writing material) di-pte-ra-po-ro dipteraphoros ceremonial title

di-ri-mi-jo di-ro di-u-ja/ di-wi- ja/ di-wi-je-ja di-u-ja-jo/ di-wi-ja-jo-de/

/F

Drimios Diros Diyia/Divia

gods name place name priestess of god Zeus/ goddesss name

Diyaion/

sanctuary

di-wi-ja-wo di-u-ja-wo

F F

Diyiaionde Diyafon

dedicated to Diyia personal name/ priest of Difia

di-u-jo/ di-wi-jo di-we/ di-wo di-wi-ja-me-ro

/Fo

Dyios/Divios

belonging to Zeus

F/F (/>) F (>)

Divei/Divos (Zeus/>Dias) dyiameron (>dyimeron) Diviatai Divieus

gods name (god Zeus) two day period

di-wi-ja-ta di-wi-je-u/ di-wi-je-we di-wi-jo/ di-wi-jo-de/ di-wi-jo-jo di-wo di-wo-i-je-we

F F

ethnic/place name personal name/ priest of Zeus

Divion

sanctuary dedicated to Zeus

F F

Difon Dios Ievei

personal name to the Son of Zeus

di-wo-ni-so-jo

F (F >)

Divonysoio (Divonysos >Dionysos) donde (>do)

gods name

do-de

(>)

referring to the domos ()= house, dwelling

do-e-ra do-e-ro

(>) (>)

doela(>doule) doelos (>doulos)

slave (fem.) slave (masq.)

do-e-ro-i

(>)

doeloi (>douloi)

slaves (masq. plur.)

do-po-ta do-qe-ja/ do-qe-u

Dospota dorpeia/ dorpeus

goddesss name = supper/ = name of feast

do-ra do-ri-je-we

F/ F ()

dora Dorievei/ Dorieves (Dorieus) Dromeus dosei/ dosonsi/ didonsi (>dido) dosmoi dorfeios dymas/ dymates

gifts ethnic/personal name

do-ro-me-u do-se/ do-so-si/ di-do-si

/ / (>)

personal name to give

do-so-mo do-we-jo du-ma/ du-ma-te

F /

offerings made of wood official/religious title (see also damates)

du-ni-jo du-ni-jo-jo du-re-u du-ru-to-mo

Dynios/ Dynioio Dyreus drytomos

personal name

personal name lumberjack

du-ta-so du-wo-jo-jo

F (F)

Dytasos Dyfoioio (Dyfoios) dywoupi (dyo) dywofeis dwo/dywo (>dyo)

personal name personal name

du-wo-u-pi

F ()

consisting of two (see also dwo) with two ears, handles

du-wo-we

FF

dwo/ dwo-jo

F/F (>)

two

e-da-e-u/ e-da-e-wo e-do-me-ne-u/ e-do-mo-ne-we e-e-si/ e-ne-e-si

Edaeus

personal name

Eidomeneus

personal name

/ (/)

eensi/ eneensi (eimi/eneimi) egmaphi/ egmatei (egma) eshara engraeveis (grao?= to eat) ehei/ eheen (>ehein)/ ehonsi (>ehousi) Ehedamos/ Ehedamon

they/there are

e-ka-ma-pi/ e-ka-ma-te

/ ()

stay

e-ka-ra e-ka-ra-e-we

F (;)

griddle related to rams

e-ke/ e-ke-e/ e-ko-si e-ke-da-mo

/ (>)/ (>) /

he has/ to have/ they have personal name

e-ke-jo-to

()

egkeiontoi (egkeimai) Ehemedes Ehelyafon

they are included

e-ke-me-de e-ke-ra2-wo/ e-ke-ra2-wo-ne e-ke-ro e-ke-ro-qo-no

personal name personal name

Enheros enheroponoi (>= wage+ ponos= labor)

personal name wage- earners

e-ki-no/ e-ki-no-jo e-ko/ e-ko-te e-ko/ e-ke-si e-ko-me-na-tao e-ko-me-no

Ehinos/Erginos

personal name

/ / o () (>)

ehon/ ehontes enhos/ enhensi Erhomenatao (Erhomenatas) Erhomenos (>Orhomenos) Exon/ Exonos eksovorgoi

having (see also ehei) spear

personal name

place name

e-ko-so/ e-ko-so-no e-ko-so-wo-ko

E/ F

place name

outside workers (compare to entosvorgoi)

e-ko-to e-ku-se-we(-

Hector enhyseves

personal name funnels

qe)

(>)

(>enheo= to pour in)

e-ma-a2

h (h> )

Ermahai (Ermahas> Ermes) emei (>eni) enmisthon (enmisthos) Enaplous eneka Enesidaonei (Enesidaon)

(related to) god Hermes

e-me

(>)

with one

e-mi-to

()

in pay, hired

e-na-po-ro e-ne-ka e-ne-si-da-o-ne

()

place name because of epithet of god Poseidon (=earthshaker)

e-ne-woe-ne-wo-pe-za

FF

ennevoennevopeza

nine(table) with nine legs

e-ni-pa-te-we

F ()

Enipatevei (Enipateus) Enyfalios

place name

e-nu-wa-ri-jo/ e-nwa-ri-jo e-o

gods name

()

eon (eimi) epi/opi epididastoi (epididomi)

being/existing

e-pi/o-pi e-pi-di-da-to

/ ()

towards/on top distributed

e-pi-ja-ta e-pi-ki-to-ni-ja

Ephialtas epihitonia

personal name kind of clothing (see also hiton)

e-pi-ko-wo e-pi-we-ti-ri-jo

F F

epikorfoi epivestrios

observers, guards kind of occupation (working with over-garments)

e-pi-zo-ta e-qa-ro e-qe-si-jo/ e-qe-si-ja e-qe-ta/ e-qe-ta-e/ e-qe-ta-i e-ra

epizosta Envaros epesios/epesia

tied on top personal name related to the epetas

epetas

official title (= attendant)

Era

goddesss name (Hera)

e-ra e-ra-ja

Era Eraia

place name ethnic name of Era (fem.)

e-ra-pe-me-na

() (>> )

er(r)apmena (>errammene> rammene) elaphon (elaphos= deer) Erathra

sewed (fem.)

e-ra-po (ri-mene) e-ra-ta-ra

()

place name (see also limenes) personal name (fem.)

e-ra-te-i/ e-ra-to-de

/ ()

Elatei/ Elatonde (Elatos) Elateios

place name

e-ra-te-i-jo

ethnic name of Elatos

e-ra-te-re-we/ e-ra-te-re-wapi e-ra-wo/ e-ra3-wo e-re-e/ e-re-i e-re-e e-re-e-u

F (F)

Erathrevei (Erathrefa)

place name

elaiwon

olive/essential oil

(?) (>)

Eleei (Elos?) ereen (>erettein) ereus

place name (= marsh) to row person in charge of the eretai

e-re-mo

eremos/eremon

place deserted/ isolated

e-re-pa/ e-re-pa-te/ e-re-pa-te-japi/ e-re-pa-te-jo/ e-re-pa-to e-re-ta/ e-re-ta-o e-re-u-te-ra/ e-re-u-te-ro e-re-u-te-re

/ / / /

elephas elephantei elephanteiaphi/ elephanteios/ elephantos

elephant (implying ivory)

/ () / (;)

eretai/eretaon (eretas) eleuthera/ eleutheros Eleutherei (Eleutherai?)

rowers

delivered/free

place name?

e-re-u-te-ro-se

() (>)

eleutherose(en) (>eleuthero) Eleutheia

to set free/ to deliver goddesss name (= the Deliverer)

e-re-u-ti-ja

e-ri-ka/ e-ri-ka-we-e e-ri-ke-re-we

(> ) F() ()

elikas (elika> elike) Eriklevei(s) (Erikleus) Erikorfos Erinys

willow tree

personal name

e-ri-ko-wo e-ri-nu / e-ri-nu-we e-ri-ta

EF

personal name goddesss name

Eritha

personal name (fem.)

e-ro-ma-to

(>)

Elomanthos (>Erymanthos) ellophagia ellophagetas/ ellophageus

place name

e-ro-pa-ke-ja e-ro-pa-ke-ta/ e-ro-pa-ke-u

game (hunting) (deer) hunter (= young deer)

e-ru-mi-ni-ja e-ru-ta-ra e-ru-ta-ra e-ru-to-ro

elymniai erythra Erythras Erythros

roof beams red personal name personal name (= red)

e-sa-re-wi-ja

Esalevia

ethnic name of Esalos

e-sa-re-u/ e-sa-re-we/ e-sa-ro e-ta-je-u e-ta-wo-ne-u/ e-ta-wo-ne-we/ e-ta-wo-ne-wo e-te e-te-do-mo e-te-wa e-te-wo-ke-rewe-i-jo e-ti-we

Esaleus/Esalos

place name

Etageus Etavoneus

place name personal name

(e-te) F FoF (>) (e-ti-)F

enthen (e-te)domos Etevas Eteklevios (Eteoklios) (e-ti-)fen

(from) inside profession personal name son of Eteokleus

provided with eti?

e-to-ki-ja

entoihia

fittings for insertion in walls

e-to-ni-jo e-to-ro-qa-ta

(>)

etonion entropatai (>tropoter) entosvorgoi Eudamos Eudeivelos Eudonos

free-hold oar-thongs

e-to-wo-ko e-u-da-mo e-u-de-we-ro e-u-do-no

F F

inside workers personal name place name personal name

e-u-ke-to e-u-ko-me-no e-u-me-de e-u-me-ne e-u-me-ta e-u-na-wo e-u-o-mo e-u-po-ro-wo e-u-ru-da-mo e-u-ru-po-tore-mo-jo e-u-ru-qo-ta/ e-u-ru-wo-ta e-u-ta-re-wo wo-wo e-u-wa-ko-ro/ e-wa-ko-ro

F F ()

euhetoi Euhomenos Eumedes Eumenes Eumetas Eunavos Euormos Euplowos Euridamos Euryptolemoio (Euryptolemos) Eurypotas

he/she wishes personal name personal name personal name personal name personal name personal name personal name personal name personal name

personal name

F FF

Euthalevos vorvos Euagros

place name (see also vorvos) personal name

e-we-pe-se-some-na e-wi-ri-pi-ja

F (>) F

efepsesomena (>eutrosesthai) Evripia

(things) to be returned ethnic name of Evripos (fem.)

e-wi-ri-po

F (>)

Evripos (>Euripos) efisyzorkos/ efisy(zu?)rkos (efisy> episeis= equaly+ dorkos?> dorkas= roe deer)

place name

e-wi-su-zo-ko/

F/

decorative motif (with deer on both sides?)

e-wi-su-*79-ko F(;)

e-wi-ta-jo/ e-wi-te-wi-jo e-wi-te-u/ e-wi-te-we e-zo-wo

EF/ EFF EF/ EFF F

Evitaios/ Evitevios Eviteus/ Evitevei Ezovos

ethnic name of Eviteus place name

personal name

i-do-me-ne-ja/ i-do-me-ne-jo i-ja-te i-ja-wo-ne

/ F (F)

Idomeneia/ Idomeneios iater Iafonei (Iafon) iereia iereus/ iereivos ierevios

personal name (fem.) doctor/curator personal name

i-je-re-ja i-(j)e-re-u/ i-je-re-wo i-je-re-wi-jo

/ F F

priestess priest

(someone) belonging to the priesthood

i-je-ro/ i-je-ro-jo i-je-ro-wo-ko

ieros

sacred, holly

ierovorgos

a sacrificing priest

(>) i-je-to / ()

(>ierourgos) ientoi/ieto (ieimi) delivered (also with the religious meaning)

i-je-we/ i-jo i-jo-te

F/ (>, )

ievei/ios (>ios, yios) iontes

son

(they who are) coming

i-ke-u

ikeus

(>= suppliant)

i-ni-ja

Inia

personal name (fem.)

i-pe-me-de-ja

(>)

Iphemedeia (>phimedia) Iphemedeiaion

goddesss name

i-pe-me-de-jajo i-pe-se-wa i-po-no

sanctuary of Iphemedeia

Ipsewas

personal name kind of pot (cooking bowl)

i-po-po-qo-i *i- qo-po-qo-i?

() (>)

ip(p)opopoi (>ippokomos)

horse- grooms (problematic orthography)

(po-ti-ni-ja) iqe-a

() ()

(potnia) Ip(p)eia

goddesss name (mistress of the horses)

i-qi-ja/ i-qi-jo i-qo

()/() ()

ip(p)ia/ip(p)io ip(p)os

chariot horse

i-qo-e-qe i-su-ku-wo-doto i-te-ja-o/ i-te-u

()(e-qe) F

()o(e-qe) Isyhywdotos

saddle? personal name

()/ (>)

itheiaon (itheiai)/ itheus (>ithyno= to make straight)

weavers

i-to-we-sa i-wa-ka/ i-wa-ka-o i-wa-so

(i-to) F F

(i-to)vessa Ivax

having (i-to?) personal name

Ivasos

personal name

jo-(do-so-si)/ jo-(o-po-ro)

(>)

os (>opos)

introductory particle (see also o-)

ka-da-mi-ja

(>)

kardamia (>kardamon)

(some product related to) garden cress

ka-da-ro ka-e-sa-me-no ka-e-se-u/ ka-e-se-we ka-ke-u/ ka-ke-u-si/

Handaros Kaesamenos Kaeseus

personal name personal name personal name

/ /

halkeus/ halkeusi/

copper worker

ka-ke-we ka-ke-u ka-ki-ja/ ka-ke-ja/ ka-ki-jo ka-ko/ ka-ke-ja-pi ka-ma ka-ma-e-u/ ka-ma-e-we ka-na-ko

F /

halkives Halkeus halkia/ halkios personal name made of copper

halkos/halkon halkeiaphi kama kamaeus

copper

unit of land owner of a kama

(>)

knakos (>knekos) knapeus (knapto= to card)

safflower (plant)

ka-na-pe-u/ ka-na-pe-we

()

occupation (one who cards cloth or wool)

ka-pa-si-ja/ ka-pa-ti-ja

Karpasia/ Karpathia

personal/ethnic name of Karpathos(fem.)

ka-pe-se-wa-o wo-wo ka-pi-ni-ja ka-po ka-ra-a-pi

(ka-pe-se-wa-o) FF

(ka-pe-se-wa-o) vorvos kapnia karpos karaphi

place name (see vorvos) chimney fruit (with a) = head

ka-ra-do-ro/ ka-ra-do-ro -de

Haradros

place name (= gorge)

ka-ra-do-wa-ta ka-ra-ko

F (>)

Haradovatas glahon (>blehon) klasmatos (klasma) Karpasos (>Karpathos) klareves/ klarevei(s) (klareus?) Glaukos graves (*grafs >graia) kla(d)viphoros (>kleidophoros) Hariseus Harisios Harops karykes (karyx> keryx) karyphi/karyfei (karya) Karystos Xanthos

personal name pennyroyal (plant)

ka-ra-ma-to

()

fragment, part

ka-ra-pa-so

(>)

place name

ka-ra-re-we

F/ F() (;)

kind of pot (stirrup jar)

ka-ra-u-ko ka-ra-we

F (* >)

personal name old women

ka-ra-wi-po-ro

()F (>o)

religious title, key-bearer? personal name personal name personal name heralds

ka-ri-se-u ka-ri-si-jo ka-ro-qo ka-ru-ke

(> )

ka-ru-pi/ ka-ru-we ka-ru-to ka-sa-to

/F ()

nut- tree

place name personal name

ka-ta-wa ka-ti

F ;

Katawas kartis?

personal name kind of pot (hydria)

ka-to/ ka-to-ro ka-tu-re-wi-ja/ ka-tu-ro2 ka-u-no ka-zo-e

Kastor

personal name

kanthyleviai

saddle- bags

(y> )

Haunos kazoes (kakyoes> kakiones) Keiei/ Keia Krana

personal name (of) worse (quality)

ke-e/ ke-i-ja-ka-rana ke-i-jo

place name (>=spring)

Keios

ethnic name of Keia/Keie

ke-ka-u-me-no ke-ke-me-na/ ke-ke-me-no

kekaumenos kekeimena/ kekeimenos

burnt common (referring to ktoina= plot; see opp. ktimena)

ke-ki ke-ki-de

Kelhis Kelhides

place name ethnic name of Kelhis

ke-ki-jo ke-ra/ ke-ra-a2/

/ h

Kerkios keras/ keraha

personal name horn (implying the material)

ke-ra-e/ ke-ra-ja/-i-ja ke-ra-ja-pi ke-ra-e-we F() () ke-ra-me-ja keraevei(s) (keraeus) Kerameia personal name (fem.) ke-ra-me-u / ke-ra-me-wo ke-ra-me-u ke-ra-no ke-ra-so Kerameus personal name horn worker

kerameus kelainos Keraso

potter dark, black personal name (fem.)

ke-ra-ti-jo-jo wo-wo ke-ra-u-jo ke-re-a2 ke-re-si-jo weke ke-re-te-u ke-re-ti-wo ke-ro-si-ja

FF

eratioio vorvos

place name (see also vorvos)

h (>) F

Keravios skelehas (>skelos) kresiovergeis

personal name legs

of Cretan style

F (>)

Kretheus Krethivos yeronsia (>yerousia) Kerovos

personal name place name council of elders (senate) personal name

ke-ro-wo

ke-sa-do-ro ke-se-ne-wi-ja ke-se-ni-wi-ja/ ke-se-nu-wi-ja/ ke-se-ni-wi-jo/ ke-se-nu-wo

F/F (>/)

Kesandros xenwia/xenwios (>xenia/xenios)

personal name hospitable (divine epithet)

ke-u-po-da ke-u-po-da-o ke-u-po-de-ja ke-u-sa ke-we-to-jo

heuspondas/ heuspondeia

(=libation pourer)

F (F)

Kevetoio (Kevetos) Knidia(i) kritha (>krithe) Xivia(i)

personal name personal name

ki-ni-di-ja ki-ri-ta

() (>)

ethnic name (fem.) barley

ki-si-wi-ja

F()

ethnic name of >Chios? (fem.)

ki-ta-no

(>)

kirtanos (>kritanos) ktiensi

terebinth tree (see also ti-mi-to) they cultivate (>?= to settle, to found)

ki-ti-je-si

ki-ti-me-na/ ki-ti-me-no ki-ti-ta ki-to

ktimena/ktimenos

(of ktoina= plot) settled, owned

ktitas hiton

inhabitant, settler chiton, type of

clothing ki-wo/ ki-wo-na-de ko-do-jo () ko-ka-ro/ ku-ka-ro ko-ki-da ko-ki-jo ko-ki-re-ja/ / / (*> ) ko-ku ; Kodoio (Kodos) Kokalos/ Kykalos Kolhidas Kolhios kolhireia (*kolhias> kohlias) konhys? (>= a mussel/something sharp) ko-ku-ro konhylos shell-shaped/ purple ko-ma-we/ ko-ma-we-te/ ko-ma-we-to ko-ma-we-ta F/ F/ F F Komafeis/ Komafentei/ Komafentos komafenta Komafenteia personal name (>= with nice hair) ( => stamp) goddesss name (>= hair) ko-no skoinos schinus, rush (plant) ko-no-si-ja ko-no-si-jo / Knosia/ Knosios ethnic name of Knossos personal name personal name shell-shaped, spiral personal name personal name F kiwon pillar

ko-ma-we-te-ja F

ko-no-so/ ko-no-so-de ko-pi-na

/ ; (>)

Knosos/ Knosonde kophina? (>kophinos) koreter koreteres koreterion

place name

coffin? (>= basket) official title (mayor) referring to the koreter (mayors house)

ko-re-te/ ko-re-te-re ko-re-te-ri-jo

ko-ri-a2-da-na ko-ri-ja-da-na ko-ri-ja-do-no ko-ri-jo-da-na ko-ri-si-ja/ ko-ri-si-jo

/ (>)

koriadna/ koriadnos (>koliantros)

coriander (plant)

/ (>/ )

Korinsia/ Korinsios (>Korinthia/ Korinthios) Korinthos kroiovorvia

ethnic name of Korinthos

ko-ri-to ko-ro-jo-wowi-ja ko-ro-ku-ra-ijo

FF

place name place name

(>;)

Krokylaioi (>Kerkyraioi?) koronovessa (koronos/ korone?)

ethnic name of >Corfu? (pot decoration) ko-ro-n- like: (= curved, crooked/ = sea-crow

ko-ro-no-we-sa F (/ ;)

ko-ru/ ko-ru-pi

/ ()

korys kory(th)phi

helmet

ko(-ru-)we-ja

F (>;)

koryveia (>koureia?)

related to ko-wa/ or to ko-ru? (see also qo-wija)

ko-so-u-to

Ksouthos

personal name/(= blond, tawny)

ko-to-i-na/ ko-to-na/ ko-to-na-o ko-to-no(-o)ko ko-tu-ro2/ ko-tu-ro2-ne ko-tu-we/ ko-tu-wo ko-we-ja

ktoina/ ktoinaon

plot of land

ktoinoohoi

plot owners

/ F/F

Kotyrion/ Kotyrionei Kotyvei/Kotyvos

personal name

place name

F (>)

korfeia (>kouria) korfa (>koure, kore) korfos (>kouros) kovos (>koas) Kydonia

like a korfa (see next) young woman, girl

ko-wa

F (>, )

ko-wo

F (>)

young man

ko-wo ku-do-ni-ja

F (>)

fleece place name (modern Chania)

ku-ka-da-ro ku-ke-re-u ku-mi-no/

Kykadaros Kykleus kyminon

personal name personal name cumin (plant)

ku-mi-no-jo ku-na-ja/ ku-na-ki-si ku-na-ke-ta/ ku-na-ke-ta-i ku-pa-ri-si-jo () [ku-]pa-ri-so ku-pa-ro ku-pa-ro-we F Kyparisioi (Kyparisios) Kyparisos kypairos kypairofen ethnic name of Kyparisos place name cyperus (plant) made with kypairos (see previous) ku-pe-se-ro ku-pi-ri-jo Kypselos Kyprios personal name ethnic name (of Cyprus) ku-ra-no ku-re-we F (>) Kylanos Koureves (>Kouretes= a warlike tribe) ku-ru-me-no/ ku-ru-me-nojo ku-ru-so ku-ru-so-woko Fo (>) hrysos hrysovorgos (>hrysourgos) gold gold worker Klymenos personal name personal name group name / wynaia/ wynaiksi kynagetas hunter woman

ku-ru-su-pa3 *56 ku-su ku-su-pa

hrysyfaia?

kind of pot (tripod amphora)

(>) (>)

ksyn (>syn) ksympan (>sympan) ksy(n)stropha (>systrophe) Kytaistos Kytaisios

plus whole

ku-su-to-ro-pa

()o (>)

collection, gathering place name ethnic name of Kytaistos

ku-ta-(i-)to ku-ta-ti-jo

ku-te-se-jo

/ (>)

kyteseios/ kyteseiois (>kytisos) Kytheraios Kytherea(i) Kythereuphi (Kythera) Ktygianor kywanos ( >kyanos= blue) kyvanovorgos

made from ebony/ in ebony

ku-te-ra-o/ ku-te-ra3 ku-te-re-u-pi

/ () ()

ethnic name of Kythera place name (modern Kithira) personal name gemstone (lapis lazuli) gemstone worker

ku-tu-qa-no ku-wa-no

F (>)

ku-wa-no-woko

FF

ma-ka

; ( )

Ma Ga? (Mater Gaia) Mahafon

mother earth? (goddess name) personal name

ma-ka-wo

ma-na-sa ma-na-si-weko ma-ni-ko ma-no-u-ro ma-ra-ne-ni-jo

Manassa Mnasivergos

goddesss name personal name

Manihos Manouros Maranenioi

personal name personal name ethnic name (related to Marineu?)

ma-ra-te-u

Marateus/ Maltheus malathives/ malthi(vi)os marathyvon (>marathos) Maleus

personal/ethnic name ethnic name

ma-ra-te-we /

F/

ma-ri-ti(-wi)-jo (F) ma-ra-tu-wo F (>) ma-re-u/ ma-re-wo

fennel (plant)

personal name

ma-ri-ne-u/ ma-ri-ne-we ma-ri-ne-weja-i ma-ri-ta

Marineus

gods name?

F()

Marineveia(i)

priestess of Marineus?

Malitas

personal/ethnic name

ma-ro-pi

()

Malophi (Malos) mater

place name

ma-te/ ma-te-re

mother

ma-te(-re) te-ija ma-to(-ro-)puro ma-u-ti-jo me-de-i-jo me-ka-o wowo me-ni-jo

Mater Theia

divine mother

Matropylos

place/city

(me-ka-o) FF

Mautios Medeios (me-ka-o) vorvos

personal name personal name place name (see also vorvos)

meinios

related to mein (see next)

me-no

(> )

meinos (mein> meinas)

month (= month/moon/an Anatolian deity)

me-no-e-ja me-re-ti-ra2/ me-re-ti-ri-ja me-re-u-ro

menoeia melestriai

moon shaped? flour grinders (fem.)

(>)

meleuron (>maleuron) meli(n)/ meliton melidamates/ melidymates

flour

me-ri/ me-ri-to me-ri-da-mate/ me-ri-du-ma-te me-ri-te-wo

()/ /

honey

ceremonial title (distributors of honey?)

F ()

melitevos (meliteus)

personal name/ occupation (= honey)

me-ta

meta

after, with

me-ta-ke-kume-na me-ta-ki-ti-ta

metakekumena

dismantled?

metaktitas

settler on a secondstage (see also ktitas)

me-ta-pa/ me-ta-pa-de me-ta-pi-jo

Metapa/ Metapande Metapios

place name

ethnic name of Metapa

me-to-qe-u me-u-jo-a2 me-wi-jo/ me-u-jo me-wi-jo-e /me-u-jo-e me-zo

Fh (>) F/F (>) F (>) / (>)

Metopeus mevioha (>meiona) mevion/mevios (>meion) mevioes (>meiones) mezon/mezos (>meizon) mezoha (>meizona) mezoes (>meizones) -min Milatia(i)

personal name smaller (many things) smaller (one person) smaller (many persons) greater, bigger (one person) greater, bigger (many things) greater, bigger (many persons) him/her ethnic name of Milatos (Miletus)

me-zo-a2 me-zo-e

h (>) (>)

-mi mi-ra-ti-ja

- ()

mi-ta

(>)

mintha (>menta) miltovessa

mentha, mint (plant) (painted) red

mi-to-we-sa/

mi-to-we-sa-e mo-qo-so mo-re-u mo-ri-wo-do mo-ro-qa o Mopsos Moleus molyvdos moropas personal name personal name (=) lead official (military?) title mo-ro-po-ro/ mo-ro-qo-ro-jo M Moroplos personal name

na-i-se-wi-jo na-u-do-mo na-u-si-ke-re[we] na-wi-jo

F F (>) F (F>)

Naisevios naudomos Nausikleveis (>Nausikles) navios (navos>naos) Navilos Nedwatas

personal name ship worker personal name

of the temple

na-wi-ro ne-de-wa-ta/ ne-de-wa-ta-o ne-de-we(-e)/ ne-do-wo-tade/ ne-do-wo-te ne-ti-ja-no(-re) ne-wa/

F F

personal name personal name

F()/ NeF/ F (F/F) F/F

Nedevei(ei)/ Nedvotande/ Nedvothen (Nedfa/Nedfon) Nestianor neva/nevos

place name (>Neda= a modern river)

personal name new

ne-wo no-pe-re-a2/ no-pe-re(-e) no-ri-wo-ki-de nu-wa-ja/ nu-wa-i-ja

(>/)

(>nea/neos) nophelea useless

(no-ri-wo-)/ F;

(no-ri-wo-)/kides numfaia?

ethnic/group name kind of cloth/textile (>= yellow water-lily/ = bride)

-/ o-a2/ o-da-a2/ o-de-qa-a2 o-da-twe-ta / o-da-tu-we-ta/ o-da-ke-we-ta/ o-da-ku-we-ta o-du-ru-we/ o-du-ru-wo o-du-ru-wi-ja/ o-du-ru-wi-jo o-ka/

-/ h/ h/ h

o-/ oha/ odaha/ odetaha

introductory/ prothetic world who, in this manner (see also jo-)

F (>= )

odathenta (>odous= tooth)

provided with teeth (of wheels)

F (;) F/ F (>)

Odryvei (Odrys?) Odryvia/ Odryvios orha (>arhe)

place name

ethnic name of Odryvei/Odrys command/mission/ (military) unit

o-ka-ra o-ka-ra3

()

Oihalai Oihalea(i)

place name ethnic name of

Oihalai o-ko-me-ne-u o-ku-na-wo F/ F o-mo-pi () o-na-te-re o-na-ta/ o-na-to / () Orhomeneus Okynavos/ Okynafon ormophi (ormos) onateres onata/onaton (oneomai= to buy) o-ni-ti-a-pi (/) o-no o-no o-nu-ka/ o-nu-ke o-pa (>;) olpa (>opla?) / ornithiaphi (ornis/ornitha) onos onoi onyx/onyhes ass (>= payment) (anything like a) claw, nail term related with the delivery of things o-pa-wo-ta (o-pa) (o-pa)forta things being brought o-pe-ro / (>) o-pe-ro-sa/ o-pe-ro-ta/ o-pe-ro-te / / ophelos/ (>ophele) ophelonsa/ ophelolontas/ ophelontes she/he/they who owe debt, liability (with) birds lessees (see next) lease with chains personal name personal name

o-pe-ro-si

(>)

ophelonsi (>opheilousi) Opheltas opi/epi

they owe

o-pe-ta o-pi/e-pi

name over/on top/in charge of

o-pi-a2-ra o-pi-de-so-mo

h (>)

opihala (>paralia) opidesmoi

places by the sea, coastline binding straps (see also de-so-mo)

o-pi-i-ja-pi

(i-ja= ;)

opiiaphi (i-ja= ia?) opiskapheeves (epi+ skamma) opikelemnia/ opikelemniaphi (opi+ kelemnos?)

parts of the reins

o-pi-ka-pe-ewe o-pi-ke-re-mini-ja/ o-pi-ke-re-mija-pi o-pi-ke-wi-reje-u

F (+ ) / (+ ;)

overseers of digging operations part of decoration (of chairs)

(of tripods; implying a fashion-style)

o-pi-ri-mi-ni-jo / o-pi-su-ko

Opilimnios/ Oplimnios opisygos

personal name

fig- overseer (see also suza)

o-pi-te-te-re o-pi-te(-u)-kee-u/ o-pi-te-u-ke-ewe/

()

opitheteres opite(u)heeus

chocks overseer of (=weapons)

o-pi-te-u-kewe o-po-qo (.) () o-po-ro (>) opopo (dual) (opopoi) ophlon (>opheilo) they owed (see also o-pe-rosi) o-re-e-wo wowo o-re-i o-re-mo-a-kere-u o-re-ta o-ro-me-no () o-ru-ma-to o-ti-na-wo F/ F o-te () o-u-di-do-si/ o-u-di-do-to o-u-/ o-u-kio-u-qe / / (>) (>) (o-u-)te-mi () Orestas oromenos (oro) Orymanthos Ortinavos/ Ortinavon ote (otan) ou didonsi/ ou didontoi ou/ouhi (>ohi) ouke (>oute) (ou) termis without edges? neither they dont give/ they are not given not when place name personal name (o-re-e-wo) FF () (o-re-mo) (o-re-e-wo) vorvos orei (oros) (o-re-mo) agreus place name (see also vorvos) mountain place name (see also agros) personal name watching over blinders

(see *te-mi) o-u-wo-ze F ou vorzei not working (see also wo-ze) o-wi-de-ta-i F (F) o-wi-to-ni-jo F/ ovidetai (ovidetas) Ovitonioi religious title sheep- flayers? ethnic name of Ovitnos o-wi-to-no o-wo-we F FF (F> ) Ovitnos ovofeis (ovos> ous) place name with ears, handles

pa-da-je-u/ pa-da-je-we/ pa-da-je-wo pa-di-jo pa-i-ti-ja/ pa-i-ti-jo pa-i-to pa-ja-wo-ne

Pandageus

personal name

/ F ()

Pandion Phaistia/ Phaistios Phaistos Paiawonei (Paiaon)

personal name ethnic name of Phaistos place name gods name (>related to Apollo?)

pa-ka-na

phasgana

small swords, knives

pa-ke-te-re pa-ki-ja-na/ pa-ki-ja-na-de/ pa-ki-ja-ne/

pakteires Phasgianai/ Sphagianai

pegs place name (religious center

pa-ki-ja-pi/ pa-ki-ja-si pa-ki-ja-ni-ja/ pa-ki-ja-ni-jo pa-ki-ja-ni-jo-i pa-ki-ja-ni-jojo ()/ ()/ / Phasgiania(i)/ Sphagiania(i)/ Phasgianioi/ Sphagianioi

near Pylos)

ethnic name of Phasgianai/ Sphagianai

pa-ko-si-jo(-jo) () pa-ko-we F

Sphakosioio (Sphakosios) sfakofen

personal name

made with siege (plant)

pa-ku-ro2 pa-ma-ko pa-ra-jo pa-ra-jo pa-ra-ku/ pa-ra-ku-ja/ *56-ra-ku-ja pa-ro pa-sa

; >

Panhylion pharmakon? Paraios palaios >varakis

personal name medicine personal name old dye- substance

(>) ()

paro (>para) pansan (pansa)

to whom, chez all (fem.)

pa-sa-lo

(>)

psalon (>psallion) chain, part of the bridle

pa-si

pansi

all (neut.)

pa-si

() (/)

phasi(n) (phami/phemi) pansi- theois Patas paltaia (>palton)

they say

pa-si-te-o-i pa-ta pa-ta-ja/ pa-ta-jo(-i) pa-te pa-te pa-te-ko-to pa-we-a/ pa-we-o/ pa-we-pi/ pa-we-si/ pa-wo pa-wo-ke/ pa-wo-ko pe-da pe-de-we-sa pe-di-ra/ pe-di-ro(-i) pe-i pe-ko-to pe-ma/

- (>)

to all gods personal name arrow

() F

pantes (pas) pater pantekton pharvea

all (masq.) father all-builder textiles

F;

parvorges?

ancillaries

peda pedvessa pedila

towards/after having legs sandals

; /

sfeis pekoton? sperma/

them kind of textile grain

pe-mo pe-ne-we-ta pe-pi-te-meno-jo pe-qa-to

F; () F (*F;)

spermon pnewenta? Pepithmenoio (Pepithmenos) pekvatoi (*pedvatoi?) peraiaihoraiai (= further provinces) part of a chariot (foot boards?) place name (see opp. devroaihoraiai) type of cloth personal name

pe-ra-a-ko-ra-i- ja/ pe-ra-a-ko-ra-ijo/ pe-ra3-ko-ra-ija pe-re pe-re-ke-u/ pe-re-ke-we pe-re-qo-ta/ pe-re-qo-ta-o/ qe-re-qo-ta-o pe-re-u-ro-nade pe-re-u-ro-nijo pe-re-sa2 *82 pe-re-sa2-jo *82 () () (= - )

pherei(n) pelekeus

to bring hewer (= axe)

Prespotas

personal name

Pleuronande (Pleuron) Pleuronios

place name

ethnic name of Pleuron

Presfa Presfaion

goddesss name sanctuary dedicated to Presfa

pe-ri-

peri-

about/of

pe-ri-me-de pe-ri-ta pe-ri-te-u pe-ri-to-wo

Perimedes Pelitas Periteus Perithovos perysinwa/ perysinwo (>perysina/ perysino)

personal name personal name personal name personal name of last year

pe-ru-si-nu-wa/ F/ pe-ru-si-nuwo/ pe-ru-si-nwa/ pe-ru-si-nwa-o pe-se-ro pe-ta-ro pe-te-re-wa/ pte-re-wa pe-to-no pe-to-no-de pe-to-ni-jo / F (>) / F (>/ )

Psellos Petalos ptelewas (>ptelea) Petonos/Petnos

personal name personal name (made of) elm wood place name

Petonios/ Petnios

ethnic name of Petonos/Petnos

-pi

-phi

instrumental/ ablative case

pi-a2-ra/ pi-je-ra3 pi-ke-re-u/ pi-ke-re-we/ pi-ke-re-wo

h()/ () (>)

phihala(i)/ phiailaia(i) (>phiale) Pikereus

kind of pot

personal name

pi-pi pi-ri-ja-o

()

Pipis phliaion (phliai) prieter/ prieteres/ prietesi Philovergos Pispha/Pissia Piswatas Pitakeus ptiliovessa (>ptilon= feather) Podargos

personal name doorposts

pi-ri-je-te/ pi-ri-je-te-re/ pi-ri-e-te-si pi-ro-we-ko pi-sa2 *82 pi-sa-wa-ta pi-ta-ke-u pi-ti-ro2-we-sa po-da-ko

/ / F / F F (>)

ivory worker (= to saw)

personal name place name personal name personal name furnished with feathers? personal/animal name

po-de/ po-pi po-ki-ro-nu-ka

/ (>)

podei/pophi (>pous) poikilonyha +onyhas= nail)

with legs

kind of decoration leukonyha) shepherd

(poikilos= various (compare with

po-me/ po-me-no/ po-me-ne po-ni-ke

/ /

poimen/ poimenos/ poimenei phoinikei

decorated with a griffin or palm trees/

po-ni-ke-(j)a/

phoinikia/

crimson

po-ni-ki-ja/ po-ni-ki-jo po-pu-re-ja po-pu-ro2 po-qe-wi-a

phoinikios

F (>)

porphyreia Porfyrion phoreviai (>phorveia) phorenai (>feromai?= to be brought)

purple (fem.) personal name halters

po-re-na

(>;)

attendees in sacrificial ceremonies personal name young horse porous stone (kind of marble)

po-ri-wo po-ro po-ro

Polivos polos poros

po-ropo-ro-du-ma-te

proprodymates

before/profamily groups? (see also dymates)

po-ro-e-ke

proeheis

(table) fitting against the wall

po-ro-ko-re-tere

prokoreteres

official title vicemayors(see also koreter)

po-ro-te-u po-ro-u-te-u/ po-ro-u-te-we/

Proteus Plouteus

personal name personal name

po-ro-u-te-wo po-ro-wi-to(jo) po-ru-ka-to po-ru-po-de F (F) () po-ru-qo-ta po-se-da-o/ po-se-da-o-ne/ po-se-da-o-ni po-si po-si-da-e-ja po-si-da-e-we F posi Posidaeia Posidaeves up/on goddesss name cult association related to Poseidaon po-si-da-i-je-u po-si-da-i-je-usi po-si-da-i-jo/ po-si-da-i-jode po-si-ke-te-re (>;) posiketeres (>oiketes?) dweller/house servant (immigrants?) po-so-pe-re-i () Psophrei (Psophres) personal name Posidaion place dedicated to Poseidaon Posidaigeus priest of Poseidaon / Plovistoio (Plovistos) Polykastos polypodei (polypous) Polyvotas Poseidaon/ Poseidaonei personal name (decorated with an) octopus personal name gods name (>Poseidon) month name

po-so-ra-ko po-so-re-ja

Psorakos Psoreia

personal name personal name (fem.)

po-so-ro po-ti-ni-ja

Psoros potnia

personal name goddess/ beloved one

po-ti-ni-ja-weja/ po-ti-ni-jawe-(i-)jo/wi-jo po-ti-pi

F/ F

potniaveia/ potniaveios

person related/ dedicated to potnia

()

portiphi (portis) pontiloi

(decorated with a) young cow sailors type of cloth

po-ti-ro pu-ka-ta-ri-ja pu-ke-se-ro

Pygeseros/ Pyxelos pyxos Pyrasos Pyratao

personal name

pu-ko-so pu-ra-so pu-ra-ta/ pu-ra-ta-o pu-ra-u-to-ro

box- wood personal name personal name

pyrauthron

cooking vessel (>, = forceps)

pu-ro

Pylos

place name

pu2-ke pu2-ke-qi-ri

Phyges Phygekles? Phylias Agreus

personal name personal name place name (= wild olive)

pu2-ra2-a-ke-re- u/ pu2-ra2-a-kiri-jo pu2-si-ja-ko pu2-te/ pu-te/ pu2-te-re pu2-te-ri-ja pte-no

Physiarhos phyter

personal name planter

phuteria

planted, cultivated (of ktoina= plots)

phtenoi

parts of a chariot (= thin)

qa-da-so qa-nu-wa-so qa-ra qa-ra-i-so qa-ra-to-ro

F KF KF F (>?)

Kadasos Karnyvasos Kvara Kvaraisos kvalathron (>spalathron?) kvasileus (>vasileus) kvasilevia

personal name personal name place name personal name rake

qa-si-re-u/

F (>)

title/occupation (latter the king) of the kvasileus

qa-si-re-wi-ja

FF

(fem.) -qe F (>, >) qe-qi-no-mena/ qe-qi-no-meno/ qe-qi-no-to qe-ra-na qe-ra-si-ja /; (>) kerna/kerana? Kerasia (>Therasia) type of pot (ewer) goddesss name/epithet of Artemis? qe-re-ti-ri-jo (.) (>) qe-ta-ra-je-u qe-ta-wo qe-te-a/ qe-te-a2/ qe-te-(j)o F (>;) vleitrio (dual) (>vleitron) Ketrayeus Ketavos (>telthos?) a band or hoop (of ships) personal name personal name due (to the gods?) (>= debt, payment due) / / (>) qwe (>yai, tai>kai) geginomena/ geginomenos/ geginotos (>dinotos) made by twisting and

qe-to qe-to-roqe-to-ro-po-pi

(>) - (>-) /

(>pithos) petro- (>tetra-) petropophi/ tetropophi petrofeis/ tetrofeis

a kind of pot tetrawith four legs, cattle with four ears, handles

qe-to-ro-we

F/ F

qi-si-pe(-e)

(.) () F (>) (>)

qsiphee (dual) (qsiphe) qwoos (>vous) Vromylos voukara (>voukrania) voukolos

swords

qo-o qo-ro-mu-ro qo-u-ka-ra/ qo-u-ka-ra-o-i qo-u-ko-ro

ox place name bull head (= ox+ = head) shepherd, cattledriver

qo-u-qo-ta qo-wi-ja

F (>)

vouvotas korfia (>koureia)

shepherd, pastor divine (see also korfa)

ra-e-ja ra-ja

()

laheia (laas) Raia Lakedamnios (>Lakedemon)

made of stone place name ethnic name of Lacedaemonia (>Laconia)

ra-ke-da-mi-ni- jo (>)

ra-ke-u ra-ku-ro/ ra-ku-ro-jo ra-mi-ni-ja

Laheus Lahyros

personal name personal name

(>)

Lamniai (>Lemniai) Lampsakos

ethnic name of Lemnos? (fem.) personal name

ra-pa-sa-ko ra-pa-to (me-

Lapatos/Lapandos ( =

no)

in the month of Lapatos)

ra-pi-ti-ra2/ ra-pte-ri-ja/ ra-qi-ti-ra2 ra-pte / ra-pte-re ra-su-ti-jo

()

raptria(i)

seamstresses

rapter

tailor, clothesmender

Lasynthios

ethnic name of Lasynthos

ra-su-to ra-ti-jo

Lasynthos Latios

place name ethnic name of Lato

ra-to ra-wa-ke-ja/ ra-wa-ke-si-ja/ ra-wa-ke-si-jo ra-wa-ke-si-jajo/ ra-wa-ke-si-jojo ra-wa-ke-ta

F/ F/ F F

Lato lafageia/ lafagesia/ lafagesios lafagesiaion

place name belonging to the lafagetas

premises of the lafagetas

lafagetas

official title (= leader of the people)

ra-wa-ra-ta/ ra-u-ra-ta ra-wa-ra-ta2/ ra-u-ra-ti-ja/ ra-wa-ra-ti-jo/

F()

Lavrantha(i)

place name

F()/ F

Lavranthia(i)/ Lavranthios

ethnic name of Lavrantha

ra-wa-ra-*66 ra-wo ra-wo-do-ko ra-wo-po-no re-ke-(e-)to-rote-ri-jo re-pe-u-ri-jo Lepeurios ethnic name of *re-pe-u re-po-to re-qa-se-wo wo-wo re-u-ka-so re-u-ko/ re-u-ko-jo re-u-ko-nu-ka leukonyha (lefkos= white+ onuhas= nail) re-u-ko-o-pu2ru/ re-u-ko-ro-opu2-ru re-u-ko-to-ro / re-wo/ re-wo-pi/ re-wo-te-jo F/ F/ F Leuktroi/ Leuktron lewon/ lewontphi/ lewonteiois lion (implying decoration) place name () Leuko(ro)ophrys personal name kind of decoration (for clothes) re-qa-se-wo FF lepton re-qa-se-wo vorvos Leukasos Leukos thin, fine place name (see also vorvos) personal name personal name F (>) F F lawos (>laos) Lawodokos Lawoponos Lehestroteirion people personal name personal name religious feast

re-wo/ re-wo-te-re-jo

F/ F (>/ )

levos/levotereion (>leveis/ leveitarion)

kettle, caldron

re-wo-to-roko-wo ri-jo/ ri-jo-de ri-me-ne

FF

levotrokorfoi

bath- attendants

/ ()

Rion/ Rionde limenei (limein) linagros lineiai linon roikos Lohos Roofa Lousieveia(i)

place name (= cape) harbor

ri-na-ko-ro ri-ne-ja ri-no ro-i-ko ro-ko ro-o-wa ro-u-si-je-wi-ja

F F()

(= flax gatherer ) flax workers (fem.) flax (plant) crooked personal name place name originating in Lousos (fem.)

ro-u-si-jo

Lousios

ethnic name of Lousos

ro-u-so ru-ke-wo-wowi-ja

+ FF

Lousos Lynkeus+ vorvia

place name place name (see also vorvos)

ru-ki-ti-jo

Lykinthios

ethnic name of Lykinthos

ru-ki-to ru-ko-ro/ ru-ko-u-ro ru-ko-wo-ro ru-na-so ru-ra-ta(-e)

()

Lykinthos Lyko(u)ros

place name personal name

Lykovoros Rynasos lyratas

personal name personal name player on the lyre

sa-ke-re-u/ sa-ke-re-we/ sa-ke-re-wo sa-ma-ra sa-ma-ri-wa

Sagreus/Sageleus

personal name

Samara Samarifa

place name place/ethnic name of Samara?

sa-pa sa-pa-ke-te-rija sa-pi-de sa-ra-pe-da (>) sphakteiriai (>sphagia) sarpides Sraperdas

kind of clothing animals for ritual slaughter boxes gods epithet (Srapedas Poseidon)

sa-ri-nu-wo-te/ se-ri-no-

F/ o

Salinoufontei/ Selinofontei

place name

(wo-)te/ sa-sa-ma

(>;) (>)

(>Selinus?) sasama (>sesame) seiremokaraphi/ seremokarao(re)i (seremo => Seirenes? + kara= head) (decorated) with heads of Sirens? sesame (plant)

se-re-mo-kara-pi/ se-re-mo-kara-o-i/ se-re-mo-kara-o-re se-ri-no se-to-i-ja si-a2-ro si-ja-du-we si-ma

/ () (seremo=> ;)

() h F() /

selinon Setoia(i) sihalos Siadyfei(s) Sima

celery (plant) place name pig personal name personal name (fem.)

si-ma-ko si-mi-te-u

Simakos Smintheus

personal name personal name (>epithet of god Apollo)

si-n-u-ro si-ri-jo(-jo)

()

Sinouros Sirioio (Sirios) siton sitokorfoi

personal name personal name

si-to si-to-ko-wo

wheat occupation associated with

wheat (grainmeasurers?) si-to-po-ti-ni-ja sitopotnia goddess (= grain mistress) so-u-ro so-we-no F (F) su-di-ni-ko su-ki-ri-ta su-qo-ta/ su-qo-ta-o su-ri-mo su-ro/ su-ro-no su-we-ro-wi-jo FF Syverovios personal/ethnic name su-za (ky> ) syza (sykya> syka) fig fruits Syrimos Syros place name personal name Souros sovenoi (sovenos) Sydnikos Sygrita syvotas personal name place name pig farmer personal name vine? (plant)

ta-mi-je-u ta-ni-ko ta-pa

Tamieus Tanihos tarpha

personal name personal name thick/close/ frequent

ta-pa-e-o-te

ta-pa

ta-pa eontes

(= they being)

(see also tarpha) ta-ra-ma-ta/ ta-ra-ma-ta-o ta-ra-mi-ka / ta-ra-nu/ ta-ra-nu-we ta-ra-si-ja ta-su / F Thalamika/ Thalamiska thranys/ thranyves talansia Tharsys (unit of) copper personal name (= courage, confidence) ta-ta-ke-u (>) ta-ta-ro ta-te-re ; startageus (>strategos) Tantalos stateres? personal name (> = weight/coin) ta-ti-qo-we-u/ ta-ti-qo-we-wo ta-to-mo stathmos farmstead/ standing-post -te - -then away from a place (ablative) te-ke te-ko-to-ne te-me-no () theike (theto) tektones temenos he assigned carpenters shrine, official/ religious place F Statipoveus personal name leader of the army footstool personal name Thalamatas personal name

te-mi-de-we-te/ F te-mi-dwe-ta/ te-mi-dwe-te/ te-mi-*71-te te-mi-dwe/ *te-mi te-mi-ti-ja/ ti-mi-ti-ja F (>) / (>)

termidfentes (>termioentes)

(= reaching to the feet) (see also termis)

termidwes (>termis) Themistia/ Terminthia

(= foot, border, edge) place name (see also ti-mi-toa-ke-e and ti-mito)

te-o/ te-o-i/ te-o-jo te-o-do-ra

// ()

theon/ theois/ theoio (theos)

god

Theodora

personal name (fem.)

te-o-po-ri-ja te-qa-ja

()

Theophoria Thei(k)vea

religious feast personal/ethnic name of Thevai (fem.)

te-qa-de

()

Thevande (Thevai) telestai/ telestaon (telestas) Telouros Thyseus tetyhyvoa

place name (>Thebes?) official title ( = tax)

te-re-ta/ te-re-ta-o

/ ()

te-ru-ro te-se-u te-tu-ku-wo-a/ te-tu-ku-wo-a2

personal name personal name well prepared, ready

te-tu-ru-we te-u-ke-pi

F (, )

Tethryves teuhesphi (teuhos, teuhea) tirminthos (>terminthos) (Themitos) agos/

ethnic/place name with implements, paraphernalia terebinth (tree)

ti-mi-to

(>)

ti-mi-to-a-ke-e/ () / ti-mi-to-a-ke-i () /

holy place of (=>oracles)/ grove of the terebinth trees (see a-ke-e, temi, ti-mi-to)

(Themiston) agos/ themis/themistes agkos

() (Terminthon)

ti-nwa-si-ja ti-ri-da-ro ti-ri-ja/ ti-ri-si ti-ri-jo-we/ ti-ri-o-we/ ti-ri-o-we-e ti-ri-po/ ti-ri-po-de ti-ri-po-di-ko ti-ri-se-ro-e

F /

Tinfasia Tridaros tria/trisi

place name personal name three

triofeis

with three ears, handles

tripos/tripous

tripod (kind of stool)

(>)

tripodiskoi trisiroei (>triseirois)

small tripods divine epithet (= the trice heroine)

to-e

(>)

toe (>auton)

him

to-jo

(>, )

toio (>tou, autou) Tokeus

his

to-ke-u

personal name (= begetter)

to-ko-do-mo

toihodomoi

builders (> = wall)

to-ko-so-ta

toksotas toxvorgos/ toxworgos Stomargos

archer arch worker

to-ko-so-wo-ko oF/ F to-ma-ko

personal/animal name (= busy with the tongue)

to-me to-mi-ka to-no

(>)

tome (>tone)

him (see also toe) kind of cloth

(>)

thornos (>thronos) Thornoelkeiterion

chair, throne

to-no-e-ke-teri-jo to-pe-za/ to-pe-zo to-qi-de/ to-qi-de-ja/ to-qi-de-jo/ to-qi-de-we-sa

name of a festival

o (>) / / / F (>)

torpeza (>trapeza) torpidei/ torpideia/ torpideios/ torpidwessa (torpis>tropis) thorax/ thorakes

table

in/having spirals

to-ra-ka/ to-ra-ke

armor

to-ri-jo

Thorios thornovorgos

personal name maker of thornoi (= thrones)

to-ro-no-wo-ko F

to-sa-de/ to-so-de/ to-so-jo/ to-so-ne/ to-so-pa to-sa

/ / / / /

tosade/ tososde/ tosoio/ tosone/ tosospas tosai/tosa

such (see also next)

such (plur. fem./ plur. neut.)

to-so

tosoi/toson

such (plur. masq./ sing. neut.)

to-to

toton

this/such (see also toson)

tu-ka-te/ tu-ka-te-re/ tu2-ka-te-re tu-ke-ne-u tu-na-no tu-ra-te-u/ tu-ra-te-u-si/ tu-ra-te-we tu-ri-si-ja/ tu-ri-si-jo tu-ri-so tu-ri-ta

thygater/ thygateres

daughter

Tyheneus

personal name kind of textile

therateus

door keeper

Tylisia/Tylisios

ethnic name of Tylisos

Tylisos Tylitas

place name personal name

tu-ro2 tu-ru-pte-ri-ja tu-we-a/ tu-wo tu-we-ta

F/ F F

tyrion strypteria thyvea/ thyvos Thyvestas

cheese alum sacrificial fire

personal name

u-do-ro

ydros

kind of pot (water jar?)

u-pa-ra-ki-rija/ u-po-ra-ki-rija/ u-pa-ra-ko-rai-ja u-po u-po-di-no wo-wo u-ra-jo

u-pa-ra+ / u-pa-ra+

u-pa-ra+ agria/ u-pa-ra+ horaia

place name (see also a-ko-ro)

(u-po-di-no) FF

ypo (u-po-di-no) vorvos Ylaios

under place name (see also vorvos) personal name (= forest, wood)

u-ra-mo-no u-re-u u-ro2 u-ru-pi-ja-jo/

/ F

Ylamnos Yleus Ylion/Yrion Vrypiaioi

personal name personal name personal name ethnic name

u-ru-pi-ja-jo-jo u-ru-to F (F) u-ta-jo(-jo) () u-ta-no u-wa-ta F fryntoi (frymai) Ytaioio (Ytaios) Ytanos Yvatas personal name personal name personal name to guard

wa-na-ka/ wa-na-ka-te/ wa-na-ka-to/ wa-na-ke-te

F/ F/ F

vanax/ vanaktos/ vanaktei

wanax, king, leader aristocrat

wa-na-ka-te-ra/ F/ wa-na-ka-te-ro F (>) wa-na-sa wa-na-se-wija/ wa-na-se-wi-jo wa-na-so/ wa-na-so-i/ wa-no-so-i wa-na-ta-jo/ wa-na-ta-jo-jo wa-ni-ko wa-no-jo woF F FF F F F FF/ FF

vanaktera/ vanakteron (>anaktora) vanassa vanasevia/ vanasevios

premises of the wanax

queen royal

Vanasos

place name

Vanataios

personal name

Vanihos Vanioio vorvos

personal name place name

wo wa-pa-ro-jo F (F) wa-to wa-tu/ wa-tu-o wa-tu-o-ko wewe-a-re-ja/ we-a-re-jo/ we-a2-re-jo we-a2-no/ we-a2-no-i we-da-ne-u/ we-da-ne-we/ we-da-ne-wo we-pe-za F fekpeza F Vendaneus F FF/ F (>/) Fh Vastyohos fekvealeia/ vealeios (>yaleia/yaleios) vehanos F F Vaphaloio (Vaphalos) Vatos vasty

(see also vorvos) personal name

place name city, town

personal name hex- (six) made of glass

type of cloth

personal name

(table) with six legs (see also ennevopeza)

we-te-i-we-te-i we-to we-we-e-a

F- F F FF (*FF> )

fetei- fetei fetos verveeia (*vervos> eiros) Vevesioio (Vevesios) vide

from year to year this year woolen (fem.)

we-we-si-jo(jo) (o-)wi-de

FF (FF) F

personal name

he saw (o-wi-de=

()

(oro)

this is what he saw)

wi-do-wo-i-jo/ wi-du-wo-i-jo/ wi-dwo-i-jo wi-du-ro wi-du-wa-ko wi-pi-no-o wi-ri-ne-(j)o/ wi-ri-ne-we/ wi-ri-ni-jo wi-ri-no wi-se-jo wi-su-ro wi-ti-mi-jo wi-tu-ri-jo wo-do-we

FF

Vidovoios

personal name

F FF F F

Vidylos Vidouvakos Viphinoos vrineios

personal name personal name personal name made of leather

F F F F F FF (> )

vrinos Viseios Visylos Vitimios Vitylios vordofen (> rodoen) voikonde (voikos> oikos) voha Fonevei

leather personal name personal name personal name personal name made with rose oil

wo-i-ko-de/ wo-ko-de wo-ka wo-ne-we

F (F> ) F FF

(going) home

vehicle personal name

(F) wo-no wo-no-qe-wa/ wo-no-qe-we F FF/ FF (F) wo-no-qo-so wo-qe-we F FF (F) wo-ra-we-sa FF

(Fonefs) voinos Fonokevan/ Fonokevei (Fonokeus) Voinops Fokevei (Fokeus) foravessa (description of a chariot) (> = to bear, to carry) personal name personal name wine personal name

wo-ro-ki-jo-ne- F jo (F> ) wo-ro-ne-ja wo-wo F (>) FF (>/) wo-ze/ wo-ze-e F() (*Fy> > ) wo-zo/ wo-zo-te wo-zo-me-na wo-zo-me-no F/ F F/F

Vorgioneios (Vorgiones> Orgeones) vronia (>arneia) vorvos (>oros/orion) worzei(n) (*Forkyo> orgo> ergo) vorzon/vorzontes

cult association

of a lamp mountain/limit

to work

working

vorzomena/ vorzomenos

being worked/ well-made

za-e-to-ro

Zaethroi

place name

za-ku-si-jo

() (>)

Zaky(n)sios (>Zakynthios) Zamaevia(i) zafetes Zeia rana Zephyrai/ Zephyros

ethnic name of Zakynthos ethnic/place name this year place name place name (>Halikarnassos?) ethnic name of Zephyrai

za-ma-e-wi-a za-we-te

F() F

ze-i-ja-ka-ra-na K ze-pu2-ra/ ze-pu2-ro ze-pu2-ra3 ze-so-me-no ze-u-ke-si/ ze-u-ko zo-wa zo-wi-jo F () /

Zephyrea(i)

zesomenos zeugesi/ zeugos

boiling a pair

type of weapon Zofios personal name

SAMPLE

OF

TEXTS

KN Ra 1540

to-sa tosa

pa-ka-na phasgana

SWORD 50 H 50 KSIFE 50

So many swords: 50 swords.

PY Jn 310

po-ti-ni-ja-we-jo potniadeion

ka-ke-we halkedes

ta-ra-si-ja talansian

e-ko-te exontes

At the place of potnia: coppersmiths which have copper

PY Jn 829

ka-ko halkon

na-wi-jo nauion

pa-ta-jo-i-qe paltaioi te

e-ke-si-qe enhesi te

ai-ka-sa-ma aixmans

copper for the temple and heads for arrows and spears.

KN So 4439

a-mo-ta armota

e-li-ka elikas

te-mi-dwe-ta WHEEL ZE 3 MO WHEEL 1 termithenta TROHOI ZEUGEA 3 MONOS TROHOS 1

I YEA 3 NO 1

Wheels made from willow tree; 3 pairs of wheels, 1 wheel single.

KN Sd 4404

i-qi-ja ippia

ku-do-ni-ja Cydonia

mi-to-we-sa(-e) miltoessa

a-ra-ro-mo-te-me-na ararmotmena

Chariot from Cydonia, red, fully assembled.

PY Eb 895+906 a-i-qe-u e-ke-qe ke-ke-me-na ko-to-na

ko-to-no-o-ko

to-so-de pe-mo WHEAT T 6

6 Aigeus ktoinoohos ehei te kekeimena ktoina tosonde spermon SITOS T 6 Aigeus, the plot owner, which owns a communal plot; so much grain: 6 T units of wheat.

PY Ta 711

o-wi-de pu2-ke-qi-ri o-te wa-na-ka te-ke au-ke-wa da-mo-ko-ro - o-eide Phygekles ote anax theke Augean damoklon Phygekles attested when the king appointed Augeus as damoklos.

PY An 657

me-ta-qe meta te

pe-i spheis

e-qe-ta epetas

ke-ki-jo Kerkios

And with them Kerkios, the epetas.

PY TA 641

ti-ri-po-de ai-ke-u ke-re-si-jo we-ke TRIPOD 2 ti-ri-po e-me po-de o-wo-we TRIPOD 1 ti-ri-po ke-re-si-o we-ke a-pu ke-ka-u-me-no ke-re-a TRIPOD 2 1 tripode Aigeus kressioergeis TRIPODE 2 tripous emei podei otoeis TRIPOUS 1 tripous kressioergeis apu kekaumenos skelea TRIPOUS 2 tripods Aigeus of Cretan style; 1 tripod with one leg, with one handle; 1 tripod of Cretan style with burnt legs;

PY Er 312

wa-na-ka-te-ro te-me-no to-so-jo pe-ma WHEAT 30 ra-wa-ke-si-jo te-me-no WHEAT 10 te-re-ta-o to-so pe-ma WHEAT 30 to-so-de te-re-ta MAN 3 wo-ro-ki-jo-ne-jo e-re-mo to-so-jo pe-ma WHEAT 6

30 10 30 3 (;) 6

anakteron temenos tosoio sperma SITOS 30 lafagesion temenos SITOS 10 telestaon toson sperma SITOS 30 tosoide telestai ANDRES 3 orgioneion eremon (?) tosoio sperma SITOS 6

Royal estate, so much seed: 30 units of wheat; Lafagetass estate: wheat, 10 units; (the estate) of telestai, so much seed: 30 units of wheat; so many telestai: 3 men; the remote (?) place of orgiones so much seed: 6 units of wheet. (1 main unit = 120 litres)

KN Fp 1+31
de-u-ki-jo me-no di-ka-ta-jo di-we OLIVE OIL S1 da-da-re-jo-de OLIVE OIL S2 pa-de OLIVE OIL S1 pa-si-te-oi OLIVE OIL S1 qe-ra-si-ja OLIVE OIL S1 [ a-mi-ni-so pa-si-te-oi S1 [ e-ri-nu OLIVE OIL V3 *47-da-de OLIVE OIL V1 a-ne-mo i-je-re-ja OLIVE OIL V4 to-so OLIVE OIL 3 S2 V2

/ ()/ ()/pa-de ()/ ()/ ()/ ()/ ()/*47-da-de ()/ ()/ / () Deukioio menos/Diktaio Divei ()/Dadaleionde ()/ pa-de ()/pansi theois ()/Therasiai ()/Amnisos pansi theois ()/Erinys ()/*47-da-de ()/anemon iereiai ()/ toson ELAION () On the month of Deukios/to Diktaios Zeus ()/to the city of Daidalos ()/pa-de ()/to all gods ()/to Therasia ()/for the city of Amnissos to all gods ()/to Erinys ()/to the city of *47-da-de ()/to the goddess of winds ()/ /so much olive oil ().

PY Ab 573

pu-ro Pylos

mi-ra-ti-ja WOMAN 16 Milatiai AI WYNAIKES

ko-wa 3 16 16

ko-wo 7

NI 51

3 kores 3

7 kouroi 7

Pylos: 16 Milatian women, 3 girls, 7 boys.

Py Ae 303 i-je-ro-jo

pu-ro : Pylos:

i-je-ri-ja

do-e-ra

e-ne-ka

ku-ru-si-jo WOMAN 14

14 iereias doelai eneka hrysoio ieroio WYNAIKES 14

Pylos: slaves of the priestess for the sake of sacred gold.

PY Un 718 sa-ra-pe-da po-se-da-o-ni do-so-mo o-wi-de-ta-i do-so-mo to-so e-ke-ra2-wo do-se WHEAT 4 WINE 3 OX 1

4 3 1 Srapedan Poseidaoni dosmos

ophidetai dosmos toson Ehelyafon dosei SITOS 4 OINOS 3 VOUS 1

Offerings to Srapedas Poseidon; offerings to the ophidetas: so much Ehelyaphon shall give: 4 units of wheat, 3 units of wine, 1 x.

Linear B: An Introduction, J. Hooker [http://www.amazon.com/Linear-B-Introduction-J-Hooker/dp/0906515629/ref=sr_1_2? s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1306170968&sr=1-2]

LIST

OF

WORDS

a-da-ma-o a-da-me-we a-da-ra-ko a-da-ra-ti-jo a-da-me-we a-de-te a-de-te-re a-di-nwa-ta a-di-ri-ja-pi a-di-ri-ja-te a-di-ri-jo a-di-*22-sa -a-do-ro a-e-da-do-ro a-e-ri-qo-ta a-e-ti-to ai-ka-sa-ma ai-ke-u a-i-ke-u ai-ki-a2-ri-jo ai-ki-e-we ai-ki-e-wo ai-ki-no-o ai-ki-pa-ta a-i-ki-pa-ta ai-ki-po ai-ko-ta -ai-ko-ra-i-ja ai-ku-pi-ti-jo ai-mi-re-we ai-ta-re-u-si ai-nu-me-no a-i-qe-u a-i-qe-we a-i-qe-wo ai-se-we ai-ta-re-u-si ai-ta-ro ai-ta-ro-we ai-ti-jo-qe ai-ti-jo-qo ai-to ai-wa-ja

ai-wa-ta ai-wo-re-u-si ai-wo-ro ai-za ai-zo-ro a-ja-me-na a-ja-me-no a-ka a-ka-ma-no a-ka-na-jo a-ka-ra-jo a-ka-ra-no a-ka-re-u -a-ka-re-u a-ka-si-jo-ne a-ka-ta-jo a-ka-wi-ja-de a-ka-wo a-ke-a2 a-ke a-ke-e a-ke-e-to a-ke-o-jo a-ke-ra2-te a-ke-ra-wo a-ke-re a-ke-re-u -a-ke-re-u a-ke-re-u-te a-ke-re-wa a-ke-re-wa-de a-ke-re-we a-ke-re-wi-jo a-ke-ro a-ke-ta a-ke-te-re a-ke-ti-ra2 a-ke-ti- ra2-o a-ke-ti-ri-ja a-ke-ti-ri-ja-i a-ke-u a-ke-wo a-ki-a2-ri-ja-de

a-ki-re-u a-ki-re-we -a-ki-ri-jo a-ki-ti-to a-ki-to-jo a-ko-ra a-ko-ra-ja a-ko-ra-jo a-ko-ro -a-ko-ro a-ko-ro-we a-ko-so-ta a-ko-so-ta-o a-ko-te-u a-ko-to a-ko-to-no a-ko-to-wo a-ko-wo a-ku-di-ri-jo a-ku-ri-jo a-ku-ro a-ku-tu-ru-wo a-ma a-ma-ru-ta-o a-mi-ni-so a-mi-ni-so-de a-mi-nu-wa-ta a-mo a-mo-i-je-to a-mo-ra-ma a-mo-si a-mo-ta a-mo-ta-jo a-mo-te a-mo-te-jo-na-de a-mo-te-re a-mo-te-wi-ja a-mo-te-wo a-mu-ta-wo a-na-i-ta a-na-i-to a-na-ka a-na-ke-e

a-na-mo-ta a-na-mo-to a-na-pu-ke a-na-qo-ta a-na-re-u a-na-ro a-na-te-u a-na-twa a-na-wa2 a-na-*82 a-na-*88 a-ne-mo a-ne-mo-i-je-re-ja a-ne-ta a-ne-u-te a-ni-ja-e a-ni-ja-e-e-ro-pa-jo a-ni-ja-pi a-ni-ja-to a-ni-o-ko a-no a-no-ke-wa a-no-ke-we a-no-me-de a-no-no a-no-po a-no-qa-si-ja a-no-qo-ta a-no-qo-ta-o a-no-ra-ta a-no-we a-no-wo-to a-no-ze-we a-no-zo-jo a-o-ri-jo a-o-ri-me-ne a-pa-i-ti-jo a-pa-i-to a-pa-je-u a-pa-re-u a-pa-re-u-pi a-pa-sa-ki-jo a-pa-ta

a-pa-ta-wa a-pa-ta-wa-ja a-pa-ta-wa-jo a-pa-u-ro a-pe-a-sa a-pe-do-ke a-pe-e-ke a-pe-ke-i-jo a-pe-ne-wo a-pe-o-te a-pe-ri-ta-wo a-pe-te-u a-pe-ti-ra2 a-pi a-pi-a2-ro a-pi-a-ra a-pi-e-ke a-pi-ja-ko-ro a-pi-ja-ko-ro-jo a-pi-do-ro a-pi-ja-re-wo a-pi-je-ta a-pi-jo-to a-pi-me-de a-pi-me-de-o a-pi-no-e-wi-jo a-pi-po-re-we a-pi-po-ro a-pi-qo-ro-i a-pi-qo-ta a-pi-qo-to a-pi-ra-wo a-pi-re-we a-po-ne-we a-po-re-we a-po-te-ra a-po-te-ro-te a-pu a-pu-da-se-we a-pu-do-ke a-pu-do-si a-pu-ka a-pu-ke

a-pu-ko-wo-ko a-pu-ne-we a-pu2 a-pu2-de a-pu2-we a-qa-to a-qe-mo a-qo-ta a-ra-ka-jo a-ra-ka-te-ja a-ra-ka-te-ja-o a-ra-ro-mo-te-me-na a-ra-ro-mo-te-me-no a-ra-ru-ja a-ra-ru-wo-a a-re a-re-i-jo a-re-ja a-re-jo a-re-ka-sa-da-ra a-re-ke-sea-re-ke-se-u a-re-ki-si-to a-re-ku-tu-ru-wo a-re-ku-tu-ru-wo-ne a-re-ku-tu-ru-wo-no a-re-me-ne a-re-pa a-re-pa-te a-re-pa-to a-re-pa-zo-o a-re-po-zo-o a-re-ro a-re-wo a-ri-ke-u a-ro-ja a-ro-je-u a-ro-ta a-ro-u-ra a-ro-we a-ro-wo a-ro2-a a-ro2-e

a-ro2-jo a-sa-mi-to a-si-ja-ti-ja a-si-to-po-qo a-si-to-po-qo-i a-si-wi-ja a-si-wi-jo a-ta-je-u a-ta-ma-ne-u a-ta-ma-ne-we a-ta-na-po-ti-ni-ja a-ta-no a-ta-no-re a-ta-no-ro a-ta-o a-ta-ra a-ta-ra-si-jo a-ta-ro a-ta-ro-we a-ta-tu-ro a-ta-ze-u a-te-mi-ti-jo a-te-mo a-te-re-te-a a-te-re-te-jo a-te-re-wi-ja a-te-we a-ti-ja a-ti-ja(-jo?) a-ti-ke-ne-ja a-ti-mi-te a-to-mo a-to-po-qo a-to-re-u a-tu-ko a-tu2-ka a-tu2-ta a-tu2-to au-ai-ta au-de-we-sa au-ja-to au-ke-wa a-u-po-no

a-u-qe a-u-ta-mo a-u-ta-na a-u-to-a2-ta au-ri-jo au-ri-mo-de au-ro au-to-a3-ta au-to-jo au-u-te au-we-te au-wi-ja-to a-wa-ne-u a-we-ke-se-u a-we-ke-se-we a-we-u-pi a-wi-to-do-to a-wo-i-jo a-wo-ro a-ze-ti-ri-ja a-*35-ka a-*35-ta a-*35?-to a-*56-da-ro a-*56-no a-*64-ja a-*64-ja-o a-*64-jo a-*65-ma a-*65-ma-na-ke a-*65-na a-*79 a-*85-*66 a2-di-je-u a2-e-ta a2-ka-a2-ki-ri-jo a2-ke-te-re a2-nu-me-no a2-ra-tu-a a2-ra-tu-wa a2-ro-u-do-pi a2-ru-wo-te a2-te-ro

a4-ke-i-ja-te-we da-da-re-jo-de da-i-ja-ke-re-u da-i-qo-ta da-i-ta-ra-ro da-ko-ro da-ko-ro-i da-ma-te da-mi-ni-jo da-mo da-mo-ko-ro da-nwa da-pu2-ra da-pu2-ra-zo da-pu2-ri-to-jo da-ra-ko da-ra-mu-ro da-ro da-ru-*56 da-ta-ja-ro da-to-re-u da-to-ro da-u-da-ro da-we-u-pi da-wi-ja da-wi-jo da-wo da-*22-ti-ja da-*22-ti-jo da-*22-to da-*83-ja da-*83-ja-de da-*83-jo de-de-me-na de-di-ku-ja de-do-me-na de-do-wa-re-we de-ka-sa-to de-ke-se-u de-ki-si-wo de-ku-tu-wo-ko de-ma-si

de-me-o-te de-mi-ni-a de-qo-no de-re-u-ko de-so-mo de-u-ka-ri-jo de-u-ki-jo-jo de-we-rode-we-ro-a3-ko-ra-i-ja di-da-ka-re di-do-si di-ka-ta-de di-ka-ta-jo di-ko-na-re-ja di-ko-na-ro di-pa di-pa-e di-pi-se-wi-jo di-pi-si-ja di-pi-si-je-wi-jo di-pi-si-jo di-pi-si-jo-i di-pte-ra di-pte-ra-po-ro di-ri-mi-jo di-ri-ne-wo di-ro di-u-ja di-u-ja-jo di-u-ja-wo di-u-jo di-we di-wi-ja di-wi-jo di-wi-ja-jo-de di-wi-ja-me-ro di-wi-ja-ta di-wi-ja-wo di-wi-je-ja di-wi-je-u di-wi-je-we di-wi-jo di-wi-jo-de

di-wi-jo-jo di-wo di-wo-i-je-we di-wo-ni-so-jo di-wo-pu-ka-ta di-*65-pa-ta do-de do-e-ra do-e-ro do-e-ro-i do-ka-ma-i do-ki do-po-ta do-qe-ja do-qe-u do-ra do-re-we do-ri-je-we do-ro-me-u do-se do-so do-so-mo do-ti-ja do-we-jo do-we-wo du-ma du-ma-te du-ni-jo du-ni-jo-jo du-re-u du-ro du-ru-to-mo du-ta-so du-wo du-wo-jo-jo du-wo-u-pi du-wo-we dwo dwo-jo e-da-e-u e-da-e-wo e-do-mo-ne-u

e-do-mo-ne-we e-e-ro-pa-jo-qe-wo e-e-si e-ka-ma-pi e-ka-ma-te e-ka-ra e-ka-ra-e-we e-ke e-ke-e e-ke-da-mo e-ke-jo-to e-ke-nu-wo e-ke-me-de e-ke-ra-2wo e-ke-ra2-wo-ne e-ke-ro e-ke-ro-qo-no e-ke-si e-ke-to-wo e-ki-no e-ki-no-jo e-ko e-ko-me-na-ta-o e-ko-me-ne-u e-ko-me-no e-ko-si e-ko-so e-ko-so-no e-ko-so-wo-ko e-ko-te e-ko-to e-ku-se-we e-ma-a2 e-me e-me-de e-me-si-jo-jo e-mi-to e-na-po-ro e-ne-e-si e-ne-ka e-ne-ke-se-u e-ne-me-na e-ne-re-ja

e-ne-ro e-ne-si-da-o-ne e-ne-wo e-ne-wo-pe-za e-ni-pa-te-we e-ni-qe e-nu-wa-ri-jo e-nwa-ri-jo e-o e-o-te-u e-pa-re e-pe-ke-u e-pi e-pi-ja-ko-ro e-pi-ja-ta e-pi-ki-to-ni-ja e-pi-ko-wo e-pi-u-ru-te-we e-pi-we-ti-ri-jo e-pi-zo-ta e-pi-*65-ko e-po e-po-me-ne-u e-po-me-ne-we e-po-mi-jo e-po-wi-ja e-po-wo-ke e-qa-ro e-qe-a-o e-qe-o e-qe-si-jo e-qe-si-ja e-qe-ta e-qe-ta-e e-qe-ta-i e-qi-si-jo e-ra e-ra-ja e-ra-pe-me-na e-ra-pi-ja e-ra-(pi-)ja-o e-ra-poe-ra-po-ri-me-ne

e-ra-ta-ra e-ra-te-i e-ra-te-i-jo e-ra-te-re-wa-o e-ra-te-re-wa-pi e-ra-te-re-we e-ra-to e-ra-to-de e-ra-wo e-ra3-wo e-re-dwo-e e-re-e e-re-i e-re-e-u e-re-e-we e-re-e-wo e-re-mo e-re-pa e-re-pa-te e-re-pa-te-ja-pi e-re-pa-te-o e-re-pa-to e-re-ta e-re-ta-o e-re-u-te-ra e-re-u-te-re e-re-u-te-ro e-re-u-te-ro-se e-re-u-ti-ja e-ri-ka e-ri-ka-we-e e-ri-ke-re-we e-ri-ko-wo e-ri-no-wo e-ri-no-wo-te e-ri-no-wo-to e-ri-nu e-ri-nu-we e-ri-ta e-ri-*19 e-ro-ma-to e-ro-pa-jo e-ro-pa-ke-ja

e-ro-pa-ke-ta e-ro-pa-ke-u e-ro2-me-na e-ro2-qo e-ru-mi-ni-ja e-ru-ta-ra e-ru-ta-ro e-sa-re-u e-sa-re-we e-sa-re-wi-ja e-so-wo-ke e-ta-je-u e-ta-wo-ne e-ta-wo-ne-u e-ta-wo-ne-we e-ta-wo-ne-wo e-te e-te-do-mo e-te-wa-jo e-te-wa-jo-jo e-te-wa-no e-te-wa-tu-wo e-te-woe-te-wo-ke-re-we-i-jo e-ti-me-de-i e-ti-ra-wo e-ti-wa-jo e-ti-we e-to e-to-ki-ja e-to-ni-jo e-to-ro-qa-ta e-to-wo-ko e-u-da-mo e-u-de-we-ro e-u-do-no e-u-ke-to e-u-ko-me-no e-u-me-de e-u-me-ne e-u-me-ta e-u-na-wo e-u-mo

e-u-o-mo e-u-po-ro-wo e-u-ru-da-mo e-u-ru-po-to-re-mo-jo e-u-ru-qo-ta e-u-ru-wo-ta e-u-ta-re-wo e-u-to-ro-qo e-u-wa-ko-ro e-u-wa-re e-u-we-to e-u-we-to-ro e-wa-ko-ro e-wa-ra-jo e-we-de-u e-we-pe-se-so-me-na e-wi-ri-pi-ja e-wi-ri-po e-wi-su-zo-ko e-wi-su-zu?-ko e-wi-su-*79-ko e-wi-ta-jo e-wi-te-u e-wi-te-we e-wi-te-wi-jo e-wo-ta-de e-zo-wo e-*65-to i-da-i-jo i-da-ma-te i-do-me-ne-ja i-do-me-ni-jo i-e-re-u i-ja-te i-je-re-ja i-je-re-u i-je-re-wi-jo i-je-re-wo i-je-ro i-je-ro-wo-ko i-je-to i-je-we

i-jo i-jo-te i-ke-u i-ku-to i-ku-wo-i-pi i-mi-ri-jo i-mo-ro-ne-u i-na-ni-ja i-ne-u i-ni-ja i-pe-me-de-ja i-pe-me-de-ja-jo i-pe-ra-ta i-pe-se-wa i-po-no i-po-po-qo-i i-qe-ja i-qi-ja i-qo i-qo-e-qe i-qo-jo i-so-e-ko i-su-ku-wo-do-to i-te-ja-o i-te-re-wa i-te-u i-te-we i-ti-nu-ri i-to-we-sa i-wa-ka i-wa-ka-o i-wa-so i-za-a-io-mo-i i-za-re i-*65 i-*65-ke-o i2-ku-to ja-ke-te-re ja-po ja-pu2-wi-ja ja-sa-no ja-sa-ro

ja-se-u ja-*89-a jojo-do-so-si jo-i-je-si ka-da-mi-ja ka-da-ro ka-e-sa-me-no ka-e-se-u ka-e-se-we ka-jo ka-ka-re-a2 ka-ke-ja ka-ke-ja-pi ka-ke-we ka-ki-jo ka-ko ka-ma ka-ma-e-u ka-ma-e-we ka-na-ko ka-na-pe-u ka-na-pe-we ka-na-to ka-nu-se-u ka-nu-ta-jo ka-pa-si-ja ka-pa-ti-ja ka-pi-ni-ja ka-pe-se-wa-o ka-po ka-ra-a-pi ka-ra-do-ro ka-ra-do-ro -de ka-ra-do-wa-ta ka-ra-ko ka-ra-ma-to -ka-ra-o-i ka-ra-pa-so ka-ra-re-we ka-ra-te-mi-de ka-ra-te-ra

ka-ra-u-du-ro ka-ra-u-ro ka-ra-wa-ni-ta ka-ra-we ka-ra-wi-po-ro ka-ra-*56-so ka-ri-se-u ka-ri-si-jo ka-ro-qo ka-ru-ke ka-ru-pi ka-ru-to ka-ru-we ka-sa-to ka-ta-no ka-ta-ra-i ka-ta-ra-pi ka-ta-wa ka-ta-wo ka-ta2-ro ka-te-u ka-ti ka-to ka-to-ro ka-tu-re-wi-ja ka-tu-ro2 ka-u-no ka-wa-do-ro ka-zo-e ka-*56-na-to ka-*56-no ka-*55-so-ta ka2-da-de ka2-ku-to-de ke-e ke-i-ja-ka-ra-na ke-i-jo ke-ke-me-na ke-ka-u-me-no ke-ke-me-na ke-ke-me-no ke-ke-me-no-jo ke-ki

ke-ki-de ke-ki-jo ke-ko-jo ke-ku-ro ke-ma-qe-me ke-me-u ke-ni-qe-te-re ke-ni-qe-te-we ke-po ke-pu2-je-u ke-ra ke-ra-a2 ke-ra-e ke-ra-e-we ke-ra-ja ke-ra-ja-pi ke-ra-i-ja ke-ra-me-ja ke-ra-me-u ke-ra-me-wo ke-ra-no ke-ra-so ke-ra-ti-jo-jo ke-ra-u-jo ke-re-a2 ke-re-si-jo-we-ke ke-re-te-u ke-re-ti-wo ke-re-u ke-ro-ke-re-we-o ke-ro-si-ja ke-ro-ta ke-ro-u-te-u ke-ro-u-te-we ke-ro-wo ke-sa-do-ro ke-se-ne-wi-ja ke-se-ni-wi-ja ke-se-ni-wi-jo ke-se-nu-wi-ja ke-se-nu-wo ke-u-po-da ke-u-po-da-o

ke-u-po-de-ja ke-u-sa ke-we-to-jo ke-wo-no-jo ke-zo ke-*83-*18 ki-da-pa ki-da-ro ki-du-ro ki-e-u ki-e-wo ki-je-u ki-jo-ne-u-si ki-ka-ne-wi-jo-de ki-ni-di-ja ki-nu-ra ki-ra-*56-so ki-ri-se-we ki-ri-ta ki-ri-te-wi-ja ki-ri-twa-jo ki-ri-*82-jo ki-si-wi-ja ki-ta-no ki-ti-je-si ki-ti-me-na ki-ti-me-no ki-ti-ta ki-to ki-u-ro ki-u-ro-i ki-wo ki-wo-na-de ki-wo-ro ko-ka-ro ko-ki-da ko-ki-jo ko-ki-re-ja ko-ku ko-ku-ro ko-i-no ko-ma-do-ro ko-ma-we

ko-ma-we-ta ko-ma-we-te-ja ko-ma-we-te ko-ma-we-to ko-no ko-no-a-po-te-ra ko-no-pu2-du-ro ko-no-si-ja ko-no-si-jo ko-no-so ko-no-so-de ko-pe-re-u ko-pe-re-wo ko-pi-na ko-pu-ra ko-re-te ko-re-te-re ko-re-te-ri-jo ko-re-wo ko-ri-a2-da-na ko-ri-ja-da-na ko-ri-ja-do-no ko-ri-jo-da-na ko-ri-si-ja ko-ri-si-jo ko-ri-to ko-ro ko-ro-jo-wo-wi-ja ko-ro-ku-ra-i-jo ko-ro-no-we-sa ko-ru ko-ru-da-ro ko-ru-pi ko(-ru-)we-ja ko-so-u-to ko-te-u ko-ti ko-to-i-na ko-to-na ko-to-na-o ko-to-na-no-no ko-to-ne-ta ko-to-ne-we

ko-to-noko-to-no-ko ko-to-no-o-ko ko-tu-ro2 ko-tu-ro2-ne ko-tu-we ko-tu-wo ko-u-ra ko-u-re-ja ko-wa ko-we-ja ko-wo ko-za-ro ku-do-ni-ja ku-ka-da-ro ku-ka-ro ku-ke-re-u ku-mi-no ku-mi-no-jo ku-na-ja ku-ne-u ku-na-ke-ta ku-na-ke-ta-i ku-na-ki-si [ku-]pa-ri-so ku-pa-ro ku-pa-ro-we ku-pa-ro2 ku-pe-se-ro ku-pi-ri-jo ku-ra-no ku-re-we ku-ro2 ku-ro2-jo ku-ru-me-no ku-ru-me-no-jo ku-ru-no-jo ku-ru-so ku-ru-so-wo-ko ku-ru-su-*56 ku-so ku-suku-su-pa

ku-su-to-qa ku-su-to-ro-qa ku-ta-i-to ku-ta-ti-jo ku-ta-to ku-te-ra-o ku-te-ra3 ku-te-re-u-pi ku-tu-qa-no ku-wa-ni-jo ku-wa-no ku-wa-no-wo-ko ku-*56-ni ku-*63-so ma-da-ro ma-di ma-du-ro ma-ka ma-ka-ta ma-ka-wo ma-na-je-u ma-na-sa ma-na-si-we-ko ma-ni-ko ma-no-u-ro ma-ra-ne-ni-jo ma-ra-te-u ma-ra-te-we ma-ra-te-we ma-ri-ti-jo ma-ri-ti-wi-jo ma-ra-tu-wo ma-re-u ma-re-wo ma-ri-ne-u ma-ri-ne-we ma-ri-ne-we-ja-i ma-ri-ta ma-ro-pi ma-si-dwo ma-ta-ko ma-ta-u-ro

ma-te-re ma-te(-re) te-i-ja ma-te-u-pi ma-to-pu-ro ma-to-ro-pu-ro ma-tu ma-tu-we ma-u-ti-jo me-de-i-jo me-ka-o me-na me-ni-jo me-no me-no-e-ja me-nu-a2 me-nu-wa me-re-ti-ra2 me-re-ti-ri-ja me-re-u me-re-u-ro me-ri me-ri-to me-ri-da-ma-te me-ri-du-ma-te me-ri-te-wo me-ta me-ta-ka-wa me-ta-ke-ku-me-na me-ta-ki-ti-ta me-ta-pa me-ta-pa-de me-ta-pa me-ta-pi-jo me-ta-*47-wa me-te-we me-to-qe-u me-to-re me-tu-ra me-tu-ro me-tu-wo me-tu-wo-ne-wo me-u-jo-a2

me-u-jo me-u-jo-e me-wi me-wi-jo me-wi-jo-e me-za-na me-zo me-zo-a2 me-zo-e me-*86-ta mi-jo-qa mi-ka-ri-jo mi-ka-ri-jo-jo mi-ka-ta mi-ko mi-ra-ti-ja mi-ra2 mi-ru-ro mi-ta mi-ti mi-to-we-sa mi-to-we-sa-e mo-re-u mo-ri-wo-do mo-ro-ko-wo-wo-pi mo-ro-qa mo-ro-qo-ro mo-ro-qo-ro-jo mu-jo-me-no mu-te-ri-ja mu-te-we na-i-se-wi-jo na-pu-ti-jo na-to-to na-u-do-mo na-u-si-ke-re[-we] na-wi-jo na-wi-ro ne-da-wa-ta ne-da-wa-ta-o ne-de-we-e ne-do-wo-ta-de

ne-do-wo-te ne-ki-ri-de ne-qe-wo ne-ri-to ne-se-e-we ne-ti-ja-no(-re) ne-wa ne-we ne-we-wi-ja ne-wo ne-wo-ki-to no-da-ro no-e-u no-ko no-pe-re no-pe-re-a2 no-pe-re-e no-ri-wo-ki-de nu-wa-ja nu-wa-i-ja o-a-ke-re-se o-a2 o-da-a2 o-da-ke-we-ta o-da-ku-we-ta o-da-tu-we-ta o-da-twe-ta o-da-*87-ta o-de-ka-a2 o-de-qa- a2 o-di-do-si o-do-ke o-du-ru-we o-du-ru-wi-ja o-du-ru-wi-jo o-du-ru-wo o-du-we o-du-*56-ro o-ka o-ka-ra o-ka-ra3 o-ke-te-u

o-ke-u o-ki-ro o-ko-me-ne-u o-ku-na-wo o-mo-pi o-na-se-u o-na-ta o-na-te-re o-na-to o-ne-u o-ni-ti-a-pi o-no o-nu-ka o-nu-ke o-pa o-pa-wo-ta o-pe-ro o-pe-ro-ta o-pe-ro-te o-pe-ro-sa o-pe-ro-si o-pe-ta o-pe-te-re-u o-pe-te-we o-pe-te-wo o-pe-to-re-u o-pi o-pi-a2-ra o-pi-de-so-mo o-pi-i-ja-pi o-pi-i-ta-ja o-pi-ka-pe-e-we o-pi-ke-re-mi-ja-pi o-pi-ke-re-mi-ni-ja o-pi-ke-ri-jo-de o-pi-ke-wi-ri-je-u o-pi-ra3-te-re o-pi-ri-mi-ni-jo o-pi-ro-qo o-pi-su-ko o-pi-te-te-re o-pi-te-u-ke-e-u o-pi-te-u-ke-e-we

o-pi-te-u-ke-we o-pi-ti-ni-ja-ta o-pi-tu-ra-jo o-po-qo o-po-ro o-qa-wo-ni o-re-a2 o-re-e-wo o-re-mo-a-ke-re-u o-re-i o-re-ne-ja o-re-ta o-re-te-wo o-ro-me-no o-ru-ma-to o-ro-qa o-ru-we-ro o-ru-wo-qo o-ta-re-wo o-ti-na-wo o-te o-te-se-u o-to-wo-o o-to-wo-we-i o-to-wo-we-o o-to-wo-wi-je o-tu-wo-we o-tu-wo-we-o o-two-we-o o-u o-u-di-do-si o-u-di-do-to o-u-ka o-u-ki o-u-qe o-u-ru-to o-u-te-mi o-u-wo-ze o-wi-de-ta-i o-wi-to-ni-jo o-wi-to-no o-wo-we o-wo-ze

o-*22-di o-*34-ta o-*35-ta pa-da-je-u pa-da-je-we pa-da-je-wo pa-de pa-de-we pa-de-we-u pa-i-ti-ja pa-i-ti-jo pa-i-to pa-ja-wo-ne pa-ka-na pa-ke-te-re pa-ke-te-ri-ja pa-ke-u pa-ke-we pa-ki-ja-na pa-ki-ja-na-de pa-ki-ja-ne pa-ki-ja-ni-jo pa-ki-ja-ni-jo-i pa-ki-ja-ni-jo-jo pa-ki-ja-pi pa-ki-ja-si pa-ko-si-jo(-jo) pa-ko-we pa-ku-ro2 pa-ma-ko pa-qo-si-jo pa-ra-ja pa-ra-jo pa-ra-ke-se-u pa-ra-ke-se-we pa-ra-ke-te-e-we pa-ra-ke-we pa-ra-ko pa-ra-ku pa-ra-ku-ja pa-ra-ku-we pa-ra-to

pa-ra-wa-jo pa-ra-we-wo pa-ri-je-we pa-ro pa-sa pa-sa-re-o pa-sa-ro pa-si pa-si-te-o-i pa-ta-ja pa-ta-jo pa-ta-jo-i pa-te pa-te-ko-to pa-ti pa-to-ro pa-u-ro pa-we-a pa-we-a2 pa-we-o pa-we-pi pa-we-si pa-wo-ke pa-wo-ko pa3-na-ro pe-da pe-de-we-sa pe-di-je-we pe-di-je-wi-ja pe-di-ra pe-di-ro-i pe-i pe-ke-u pe-ki-ta pe-ki-ti-ra2-o pe-ko-to pe-ma pe-mo pe-ne-we-ta pe-pi-te-me-no-jo pe-qa-to pe-qe-u pe-qe-we

pe-qo-ta pe-rape-ra-a-ko-ra-i-jo pe-ra-ko-ra-i-ja pe-ra3-ko-ra-i-ja pe-re pe-re-ke pe-re-ke-u pe-re-ke-we pe-re-ku-wa-na-ka pe-re-kwa pe-re-qo-no-jo pe-re-qo-ta pe-re-qo-ta-o pe-re-twa pe-re-twa-jo pe-re-twa-ta pe-re-u-ro-na-de pe-re-u-ro-ni-jo pe-re-wa-ta pe-re-wo-te pe-re-*82 pe-re-*82-jo pe-re-*82-ta pe-ripe-ri-jo-ta pe-ri-me-de pe-ri-ra-wo pe-ri-ta pe-ri-te-u pe-ri-to-wo pe-ru-si-nu-wa pe-ru-si-nu-wo pe-ru-si-nwa pe-ru-si-nwa-o pe-se-ro pe-ta-ro pe-te-re-wa pte-re-wa pe-te-u pe-to-no pe-to-no-de pe-to-ni-jo

pe-zo pe-*65-ka pi-a2-ra pi-ja-se-me pi-je-ra pi-jo-de pi-ke-re-u pi-ke-re-we pi-ke-re-wo pi-ki-nu-wo pi-pi pi-ra-jo pi-ra-ka-ra pi-ra-ka-wo pi-ra-ki pi-ra-ki-jo pi-ra-me-no pi-re-se pi-ri-e-te-si pi-ri-ja-o pi-ri-je-te pi-ri-je-te-re pi-ri-jo-wo pi-ri-ta-wo pi-ri-u-wo pi-ro-i-ta pi-ro-ka-te pi-ro-qa-wo pi-ro-we-ko pi-ro-wo-na pi-sa2 pi-sa-wa-ta pi-ta-ke-u pi-ti-ro2-we-sa pi-twa pi-twa-de pi-wa2 pi-wo-ta-o pi-*82 pi-*82-de po-da-ko po-da-qe-re-si-je-wo po-de

po-i-te-u po-i-ti-jo po-ka po-ke-we po-ki-ro-nu-ka po-ko-ro po-ku-ta po-ma-ko po-me po-me-ne po-me-ne po-ni-ke po-ni-ke-ja po-ni-ki-jo po-pi po-popo-po-i po-po-re po-pu-re-ja po-pu-ro2 po-qa po-qa-te-u po-qe-wi-ja po-ra po-ra-i po-re-na po-ri-wa po-ri-wo po-ro po-ropo-ro-du-ma-te po-ro-e-ke po-ro-e-ke-te- i-ja po-ro-ko-re-te po-ro-popo-ro-po-i po-ro-qe-re-si-je-wo po-ro-te-u po-ro-u-te-u po-ro-u-te-we po-ro-u-te-wo po-ro-wi-to(-jo) po-ru-da-ma-te

po-ru-e-ro po-ru-ka-to po-ru-te-we po-ru-po-de po-ru-we-wo po-ru-qo-ta po-se-da-o po-se-da-o-ne po-se-da-o-ni po-si po-si-da-e-ja po-si-da-i-je-u po-si-da-i-je-u-si po-si-da-i-jo po-si-da-i-jo-de po-si-ke-te-re po-so-pe-re-i po-so-ra-ko po-so-re-ja po-so-ro po-te-re-we po-te-u po-te-wo po-ti-ja-ke-e po-ti-ni-ja po-ti-ni-ja-we-i-jo po-ti-ni-ja-we-ja po-ti-ni-ja-we-jo po-ti-ni-ja-wi-jo po-ti-ni-ja-wo po-ti-pi po-ti-ro po-to-re-ma-ta po-wi-te-ja po-*34-wi-do pu-i-re-wi pu-ka-ta-ri-ja pu-ke-se-ro pu-ko-so pu-ko-so-e-ke-e pu-na-si-jo pu-ra-so pu-ra-ta

pu-ra-u-to-ro pu-ro pu-te-u pu-to-ro pu-wa pu-wa-ne pu-wi-no pu-wo pu-za-ko pu2-ke pu2-ke-qi-ri pu2-ra2-a-ke-re-u pu2-ra2-a-ki-ri-jo pu2-si-ja-ko pu2-te pu2-ti-ja pu2-*35-za qa-a2 qa-da-so qa-mi-ja qa-mi-jo qa-mo qa-na-no-to qa-na-*52-to qa-nu-wa-so qa-nwa-so qa-ra qa-ra-de-ro qa-ra-i-so qa-ra2 qa-ra2-te qa-ra2-ti-jo qa-sa-re-wo qa-si-re-u qa-si-re-wi-ja qa-*83-to qe-da-do-ro qe-ja-me-no qe-qi-no-me-no qe-ra qe-ra-di-ri-jo qe-ra-na

qe-ra-si-ja qe-re-ma-o qe-re-me-ne-u qe-re-qo-ta qe-re-qo-ta-o qe-re-ti-ri-jo qe-ri-jo-jo qe-ta-ko qe-ta-wo qe-ta-ra-je-u qe-te-a qe-te-a2 qe-te-o qe-te-re-u qe-te-se-u qe-to-roqe-to-ro-po-pi qe-to-ro-we qi-nwa-so qi-ri-ja-to qi-ri-ta-ko qi-si-pe(-e) qo-o qo-qo-ta-o qo-ro-mu-ro qo-u-ka-ra qo-u-ka-ra-o-i qo-u-ko-ro qo-u-qo-ta qo-wa-ke-se-u qo-wi-ja ra-e-ja ra-ja ra-ke-da-mi-ni-jo ra-ke-u ra-kura-ku-ro ra-ku-ro-jo ra-mi-ni-ja ra-na-ko ra-pa-sa-ko ra-pa-do

ra-pa-to ra-pi-ti-ra2 ra-pte ra-pte-re ra-pte-ri-ja ra-qi-ti-ra2 ra-su-ra ra-su-ro ra-su-ti-jo ra-ti-jo ra-to ra-u-ra-ta ra-u-ra-ti-ja ra-u-ra-ti-jo ra-wa-ke-ja ra-wa-ke-si-ja ra-wa-ke-si-ja-jo ra-wa-ke-si-jo ra-wa-ke-si-jo-jo ra-wa-ke-ta ra-wa-mo ra-wa-ra-ta ra-wa-ra-ta2 ra-wa-ra-ti-ja ra-wa-ra-ti-jo ra-wa-ra-*66 ra-wo ra-wo-do-ko ra-wo-qo-no ra4-da-de ra4-so-de ra4-ti-jo re-di-na-to-mo re-ke-e-to-ro-te-ri-jo re-ke-to-ro-te-ri-jo re-pe-u-ri-jo re-po-to re-po-we re-qa-se-wo re-u-ko re-u-ko-nu-ka re-u-ko-o-pu2-ru re-u-ko-ro-

re-u-ko-ro-o-pu2-ru re-u-ko-to-ro re-wo re-wo-pi re-wo-te-jo re-wo-te-re-jo ri-jo ri-jo-de ri-jo-ni-ja ri-jo-no ri-me-ne ri-na-ko-ro ri-ne-ja ri-no ri-ta ri-twa-ta-o ri-u-no ri-wa2-ta-o ri-*65-no ri-*82-ta-o ro-i-ko ro-ko ro-o-wa ro-to-qa ro-u-si-je-wi-ja ro-u-si-jo ro-u-so ru-ke-wo-wo-wi-ja ru-ki-ti-jo ru-ki-to ru-ko-ro ru-ko-u-ro ru-ko-wo-ro ru-o-si-je-wi-ja ru-na-so ru-ra-ta(-e) ru-ro ru-we-ta ru-*56-ra-so ru-*83 ru-*83-e ru-*83-o

sa-ke-re-u sa-ke-re-we sa-ke-re-wo sa-ma-ra sa-ma-ri-wa sa-pa sa-pa-ke-te-ri-ja sa-pi-de sa-pi-ti-ne-we-jo sa-ra-pe-da sa-ri-no-te sa-ri-nu-wo-te sa-ri-qo-ro sa-sa-ma sa-u-ri-jo sa-*65 se-me-tu-ro se-re-mose-re-mo-ka-ra-a-pi se-re-mo-ka-ra-o-i se-re-mo-ka-ra-o-re se-ri-nose-ri-no-wo-te se-to-i-ja si-a2-ro si-ja-du-we si-ja-ma si-ja-ma-ta si-ma si-ma-ko si-mi-te-u si-no-u-ro si-pe-we si-ra-ri-ja si-ra-ro si-ri-jo(-jo) si-to-ko-wo si-to-po-ti-ni-ja so-u-ro so-we-no su-di-ni-ko su-ki-ri-ta su-qo-ta

su-qo-ta-o su-ra-se su-ra-te su-ri-mo su-ro su-ro-no su-we-ro-wi-jo su-za ta-de-so ta-di-*22-so ta-mi-je-u ta-ni-ko ta-pa ta-pa-e-o-te ta-pa-no ta-pe-ro ta-ra-ma-ta ta-ra-ma-ta- ta-ra-mi-ka ta-ra-nu ta-ra-nu-we ta-ra-si-ja ta-ra-to ta-ra2-to ta-re-u ta-su ta-ta-ke-u

te-ke te-ko-to-a-pe te-ko-to-ne te-ko-to-na-pe te-me-no te-me-u te-mi-de-we-te te-mi-dwe te-mi-dwe-ta te-mi-dwe-te te-mi-ti-ja te-mi-*71-te te-o te-o-i te-o-jo te-o-do-ra te-o-po-ri-a te-pa-i te-pe-ja te-pe-u te-po-se-u te-qa-ja te-qa-de te-ra-u-re-o te-ra-wo te-re-do te-re-ja-e te-re-ne-we te-re-ne-wi-ja te-re-ta te-re-ta-o te-re-te-u te-re-te-we te-ru-ro te-se-u te-te-u te-te-re-u te-tu-ku-wo-a te-tu-ku-wo-a2 te-tu-ru-we te-u-ke-pi te-u-ta-ko-ro te-u-to

ta-te-re ta-ti-qo-we-u ta-ti-qo-we-wo ta-to ta-to-mo ta-u-pa-du-we ta-u-pa-me-we ta-u-po-no ta-u-ro ta-*22-de-so ta-*49-ro te-i-ja

te-wo ti-mi-nu-we ti-mi-ti-ja ti-mi-to ti-mi-to-a-ke-e ti-mi-to-a-ke-i ti-nwa-si-ja ti-nwa-si-jo ti-nwa-ti-ja-o ti-qa-jo ti-ri-ja ti-ri-jo-we ti-ri-o-we ti-ri-o-we-e ti-ri-po ti-ri-po-de ti-ri-po-di-ko ti-ri-se-ro ti-ri-si ti-ri-to to-e to-jo to-ke-u to-ko-do-mo to-ko-so-ta to-ko-so-wo-ko to-ma-ko to-me to-mi-ka to-ni-ja to-no to-no-e-ke-te-ri-jo to-pe-za to-pe-zo to-qa to-qito-qi-de to-qi-de-ja to-qi-de-jo to-qi-de-we-sa to-ra-ka to-ra-ke to-ri-jo

to-ro-noto-ro-no-wo-ko to-ro-qa to-sa to-sa-de to-si-ta to-so to-so-de to-so-jo to-so-ne to-so-pa to-te-u to-te-we-ja-se-we to-ti-ja to-to to-u-ka to-wa to-wa-no to-wa-no-re to-wa-te-u to-ze-u tu-ka-na tu-qa-ni-ja-so tu-ka-ta-si tu-ke-ne-u tu-ka-te tu-ka-te-re tu-ka-to-si tu-ke-ne-u tu-ma-i-ta tu-ma-ko tu-me-ne-wo tu-na-no tu-na-*52 tu-ni-ja tu-ra-te-u tu-ra-te-u-si tu-ra-te-we tu-ri-ja-ti tu-ri-jo tu-ri-si-ja tu-ri-si-jo tu-ri-so

tu-ro2 tu-ru-pte-ri-ja tu-ru-we-u tu-si-je-u tu-ti-je-u tu-to tu-we-a tu-we-ta tu-wo tu-*49-mi tu-*56-da-ro twa-de tu2-ka-te-re tu2-ke-ja tu2-ki-no-o tu2-to u-do-no-o-i u-do-ro -u-du-ro u-du-ru-wo u-jo-na u-ka-jo u-me-ta-qe-a-po u-pa-ra-ki-ri-ja u-pa-ra-ko-ra-i-ja u-piu-pi-ja-ki-ri-jo u-po u-po-jo u-po-di-no u-po-ra-ki-ri-ja u-ra-jo u-ra-mo-no u-ra-*86 u-re-u u-ro2 u-ru-pi-ja-jo u-ru-pi-ja-jo-jo -u-ru-to u-ta-ni-jo u-wa-mi-ja u-wa-si

u-wa-si-jo u-wa-ta u-wo-qe-ne u-wo-qe-we wa-a2-ta wa-a2-te-pi wa-a2-te-u-pi wa-a2-te-we wa-de wa-de-o wa-di-re-we wa-du-ri-jo wa-na-ka wa-na-ka-te wa-na-ka-te-ra wa-na-ka-te-ro wa-na-ka-to wa-na-sa wa-na-se-wi-ja wa-na-se-wi-jo wa-na-si-ja-ke wa-na-so wa-na-so-i wa-na-ta-jo wa-na-ta-jo-jo wa-ni-ko wa-no wa-no-jo wa-no-so-i wa-pa-ro-jo wa-ra-ki-no wa-ra-pi-siwa-ra-pi-si-ro wa-ra-wi-ta wa-ru-wo-qo wa-te-u wa-to wa-tu wa-tu-o wa-tu-o-ko wa-tu-wa-o-ko wa-wo-u-de

wa-*86-re wa-*89-a we-a-re-ja we-a-re-jo we-a2-no we-a2-no-i we-a-re-jo we-a-re-pe we-a2-re-jo we-de-ne-u we-da-ne-we we-da-ne-wo we-dewe-e-wi-ja we-ja-re-pe we-je-ke-a2 we-je-ke-e we-je-we we-pe-za we-ra-te-ja we-re-ke we-re-ne-ja we-re-we we-te-i-we-te-i we-te-re-u we-to we-u-da-ne-we we-wa-do-ro we-we-e-a we-we-si-jo-jo wi-de wi-do-wo-i-jo wi-du-ro wi-du-wa-ko wi-du-wo-i-jo wi-dwo-i-jo wi-ja-da-ra wi-ja-te-we wi-ja-te-wo wi-ja-we-ra2 wi-jo-ka-de wi-na-jo wi-nu-ri-jo

wi-pi-no-o wi-ri-ne-jo wi-ri-ne-o wi-ri-ne-we wi-ri-ni-jo wi-ri-no wi-ri-za wi-so-wowi-so-wo-pa-na wi-su-ro wi-tu-ri-jo wi-*65-te-u wi-*90-i-jo wo-de-wi-jo wo-di-jo wo-do-we wo-jo wo-i-ko-de wo-ka wo-ko-de wo-ne-we wo-no wo-no-qe-wa wo-no-qe-we wo-no-qo-so wo-qe-we wo-ra-we-sa wo-ro-ki-jo-ne-jo wo-ro-ma-ta wo-ro-ne-ja wo-tu-wa-ne wo-wa2-ni-jo wo-we-u wo-wo wo-ze wo-ze-e wo-zo wo-zo-e wo-zo-me-na wo-zo-me-no wo-zo-te wo-*65-ro wo-*79

wo-*82-ni-jo za-e-to-ro za-ku-si-jo za-ma-e-wi-ja za-we-te za-we-te-ro ze-i-ja-ka-ra-na ze-pu2-ra ze-pu2-ra3 ze-pu2-ro ze-so-me-no ze-u-ke-si ze-u-ke-u-si ze-u-ko -zo-ko zo-wa zo-wi-jo

*49-sa-ro *49-wo *56-du-nu-ka *56-i-ti *56-ko-we *56-ko-we-e *56-ko-we-i *56-ko-we-i-ja *56-ko-we-i-jo *56-ni-sa-ta *56-po-so *56-ra-ku-ja *56-ri-to *56-ro2 *56-ti *85-de-pi 90

*18-to-no *22-ja-ro *22-ja-to *22-ri-ta-ro *34-ke-ja *34-ke-te-si *34-ke-u *34-te * * 34- to-pi 34-zo

*85-de-we-sa *85-ja-to *85-ke-i-ja *85-ke-i-ja-te-we *85-ke-wa *85-ri-jo *85-ri-mo-de *85-ro *85-ta-mo *85-ta2 *85-te *85-te-ra *85-to-a2-ta

*35-ka-te-re *35-ke-ja *35-ki-no-o *35-to *47-da-de *47-ku-to-de *47-so-de *47-so-i *47-ti-jo [X]-me-jo-i [X]pi-ro-qe-mo *85-to-a3-ta *85-to-jo *85-to-te-qa-jo *85-to-*34-ta-ra *85-u-te *85-wi-ja-to

INDEX OF MYCENAEAN WORDS, by JOS L. MELENA [http://campus.usal.es/~revistas_trabajo/index.php/0544-3733/article/viewFile/2565/2606]

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CORPUS

OF

ANATOLIAN LANGUAGES

Lydian

ak=it n[qis] es mru buk es vna buk esa laqirisa ak=t=in nqis qel=k fns ifid fak=m artmu esn taacn timle brdunlis fncal lef=t faa raval ak=m [ ]aa bill ak=m lef sarta

Whoever harms this stele this grave chamber or these walls or whoever harms any part of the grave will be punished by Artemis Timles, son of Brduns, made this stele. It is Zeus to whom he offered the fata-and he made an asa- = altar for him. Zeus is his protector.

Lydian corpus [http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/texte/etcs/anatol/lydian/lydco.htm] Lydian: Late Hittite or Neo- Luwian? [http://www.uibk.ac.at/sprachen-literaturen/sprawi/pdf/Hajnal/vortrag_lydisch_engl.pdf] Greco-Lydian Bilingual from Sardis

Nana Bakivalis Artimu (From) Nannas, son of Dionysus, to Artemis.

es taa[c] Ata[i?] Bartara ora[k?]it This column? for Atana? Bartaras erected

LYDIAN INSCRIPTIONS Gottingen, March 1916. E. LITTMAXX [http://ia600304.us.archive.org/4/items/lydianinscriptio00littuoft/lydianinscriptio00littuoft.pdf]

Words for comparison Divi (God) labrus (axe) laqrisa (wall) ora (month) Sfard (Sardis) F Divei (dative of Zeus) labrys Larissa (= acropolis) ora (= hour) Sardeis (capital of Lydia)

Lydian dictionary [http://indoeuro.bizland.com/project/glossary/lydi.html]

Lycian

Lycian Scripture by George E. Bean [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LycianScripture_GeorgeEBean.jpg] From the Letoon trilingual (Lycian text)

1. ke: trmmis: xssarapazate: pigesere: katamlah: tideimi: 2. snetepddhad: trmmile: pddnehmmis: ijeru: senatrbbejmi: se(j)arna: asaxlazu: erttimeli: 3. mehtitubed: arus: se(j)epewtlmmi: arni: 4. mmait: kumezij: : xtawati: xbidni: se(j)arKKazuma: xtawati: 5. snait: kumazu: mahna: ebette: eseimiju: qturahah: tideimi: 6. sede: eseimijaje: xuwatiti: 7. seipijt: araw: 8. ehbij: esiti:

1. When Pixodarus, the son of Hecatomnus, became satrap (xssarapazate) of Lycia (trmmis), 2. he appointed as rulers of Lycia Hieron (ijeru) and Apollodotos (natrbbejmi), and as governor (asaxlazu) of Xanthus, Artemelis (erttimeli). 3. The citizens (arus) and the Xanthian neighboring residents decided 4. to establish an altar to the Kaunian Ruler and the King Arkesimas 5. and they chose as priest Simias, the son of Kondorasis 6. and whoever is closest to Simias 7. and they granted him exemption (araw) 8. from taxes. Letoon trilingual Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letoon_trilingual]

Worlds for comparison idzzala mi[zu] ekatamla zisqqa ikkwem[i] xpparama ; Eidasalas Mesos Ekatomnas Seskos Endyomis Kparamo?

mula

Molas

Lycian Corpus by H. Craig Melchert [http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/people/Melchert/webpage/lyciancorpus.pdf] Letoon trilingual by H. Craig Melchert [http://www.achemenet.com/pdf/lyciens/letoon.pdf]

Tyrrhenian (Etruscan)

the Lemnos stele [http://www.carolandray.plus.com/Eteocretan/Lemnian.html] The Lemnos stele

front: A.1. hulaie:nau:iai A.2. mara:mav A.3. sialvei:avi A.4. evisu:erunai A.5. ivai A.6. aker:tavariu A.7. vanalasial:erunai:murinail (forty years)

side: B.1. hulaiei:ukiasiale:erunai:evisu:tuveruna B.2. rum:haraliu:ivai:epteiu:arai:ti:uke B.3. ivai:avi:sialvi:maram:avi:aumai

Lemnian language, Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemnos_stele]

The Pyrgi tablets (Etruscan text)

First plate: Ita tmia icac heramava vatiee Unial-Astres, emiasa me uta. That temple and these Hermes idols are dedicated to Uni-Astre, built by the clanspeople.

efariei Velianas sal cluvenias turuce. Tiberius Velianas the pleasing edicule has given. Munistas uvas tameresca ilacve tulerase. That burial of his own by these priests with idols was encircled.

Nac ci avil urvar, teiameitale, ilacve alase. For three years [in the month of] Churvar, with Her burnt offerings, with idols [it was] buried. Nac atranes zilacal, seleitala acnavers. During the reign of the chief, in Her hand [he] would be brought forth (ie: Uni-Astre gave him authority to rule). Itanim heramve, avil eniaca pulumva. And with these Hermes idols, the year(s) shall endure Second plate: Nac efarie Veliiunas amuce cleva etunal Masan tiur, Unias elace. When Tiberius Velianas had built the statue of the sanctuary [in] the month of Masan, Uni was pleased. as the stars.

Vacal tmial avilval amuce pulumva snuia. The votives of the temple yearly have been as numerous as the stars.

Pyrgi Tablets, Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrgi_Tablets]

Words for comparison ukiasi Hulaie herama Nethuns Turan Atunis T/ Phokaieus (Phocaean) Ylaios Hermaion (of Hermes) Poseidon (Neptune) yrreinios (Tyrrenian) Adonis

Phrygian

Midas monument commemorative [http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17328/17328-h/v8b.htm#image-0016] Inscription: 1a (On the top left of the previous photo) ates : arkiaevais : akenanogavos : midai : lavagtaei : vanaktei : edaes : F : F : : F : F : tes, son of Arkias, nobleman, to Midas, lafagetas, wanax dedicated (?) Inscription: 1b baba : memevais : proitavos : kFiyanaveyos : sikeneman : edaes : F : F : JFJ : : Inscription: 5 apelan [] mekastevano[ [] F[ TITUS Phrygian Corpus [http://titus.fkidg1.uni-frankfurt.de/texte/etcs/phrygian/phryg.htm]

Words for comparison Midai lavagtaei vanaktei anar Apelan bekos matar knaika F F > Midai (dat. of Midas) lafagetai (dat. of lafagetas) vanaktei (dat. of vanax) aner (man) (Apollo) vekos (bread) mater (mother) wyne> wynaika (woman)

Palaeolexicon [http://www.palaeolexicon.com/default.aspx?static=14&Language_ID=2]

Carian

The Kaunos bilingual [http://www.flickr.com/photos/damiavos/5102173948/] kbidn/kbdyn []/[ Kauniois/Kaunion (Kaunos) i[]ini Ipposthenous (Ipposthenes) ni[]lan Nikoklean (Nikokles) lysiklas[ / lys[]an / lysikratas[ [] Lysikleous/ Lysiclean (Lysikles/Lysikleus) Lysikratous (Lysikrates) otonosn [] Athenaion

The Carian language By Ignacio-Javier Adiego Lajara [http://books.google.gr/books? id=alQqw2IxJO0C&pg=PA202&lpg=PA202&dq=the+kaunos+bilingual&source=bl&ots=jlVtyouhDe&sig=mgkW Rl5X0KIyil4PPgtJEKBNS3E&hl=en&ei=b23UTa3hAc26hAfew6iaAQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum =6&ved=0CDgQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=the%20kaunos%20bilingual&f=false]

Phoenician

Greek/Phoenician bilingual [http://www.flavinscorner.com/2script.htm] Late Punic inscription (not the previous photo): Greek alphabet text: Reconstructed Neo-Punic script counterpart (by Igor Diakonoff): ldn lbl mn wlrbtn tnt pn bl ndr S. bn Z. m kl brk Translation: To the master Baal Hammon and to our mistress Tanit, the face of Baal, [the thing] which consecrated Sosipatius, son of Zopyrus. He heard his voice and blessed him. Phoenician language Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenician_language]

Eteocypriot

Eteocypriot myth and Amathusian reality [http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/00/14/52/PDF/TPMyth.pdf]

The Amathus bilingual Eteocypriot: 1: a-na ma-to-ri u-mi-e-s[a]-I mu-ku-la-I la-sa-na a-ri-si-to-no-se a-ra-to-wa-na-ka-so-ko-o-se 2: ke-ra-ke-re-tu-lo-se ta-ka-na-[?-?]-so-ti a-lo ka-i-li-po-ti 1: Ana mator-i um-iesa-i Mukula-i Lasana Ariston-ose Artowanaksoko-ose 2: kera keretul-ose. Ta kana (kuno) sot-i, ail-o kail-i pot-i. Translation: The city of the Amathusians, to Ariston (son of) Aristonax, nobleman. or (Cyrus Gordon translation) The city of the Amathusans (honored) the noble Ariston (son) of Aristonax. Eteocypriot language Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eteocypriot_language] Greek: 3: 4:

Eteocretan

Dreros inscription [http://www.carolandray.plus.com/Eteocretan/Dreros1.html] The Dreros inscription Transcription Direction of writing

In modern Roman script In standard Greek script --.F||| --.|||| vac. --...F .....------.rmaw|et|isalabre|komn --.d|men|inai|isaluria|lmo vac. --..tonturonma.oaoiewad eturo...muna.oa.en---matritaia--

For a possible translation see the following link: Dreros #1 [http://www.carolandray.plus.com/Eteocretan/Dreros1.html]

The epioi inscription (it may be fake)

The epioi inscription [http://www.korenine.si/zborniki/zbornik07/serafimov_epioi07.pdf] Transcription

(in Greek letters) EIOI ZHAN ENET AP IFAI (in Latin letters) Translation: Here lie (are buried) Eneti most noble ones.

EPIOI ZETHANTHE ENETE PAR SIFAI

For the previous translation see: TRANSLATION OF ETEOCRETAN EPIOI INSCRIPTION, by Pavel Serafimov [http://www.korenine.si/zborniki/zbornik07/serafimov_epioi07.pdf]

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GENETIC TRACES

Figure 1. Geographical distribution and isochrones of haplogroup R1b1b2 during the spread of early farming in Europe

Fig 2. Neolithic expansion in Europe according to the Anatolian theory Fig 3. Neolithic expansion of Semitic languages and inferred dispersals

Fig 4. Language tree divergence of Indo-European languages

Fig 5. Phylogeny of Semitic languages

Fig 1. A Predominantly Neolithic Origin for European Paternal Lineages, Patricia Balaresque et al [http://www.plosbiology.org/article/info%3Adoi %2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pbio.1000285;jsessionid=1B48C0E051CE522B5AE1B997DE6909EB.ambra02] Fig 2. Anatolian hypothesis, Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatolian_hypothesis] Fig 3. Bayesian phylogenetic analysis of Semitic languages identifies an Early Bronze Age origin of Semitic in the Near East, Andrew Kitchen [http://mathildasanthropologyblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/rspb20090408.pdf] Fig 4. Language-tree divergence times support the Anatolian theory of Indo-European origin, Russell D. Gray & Quentin D. Atkinson [http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v426/n6965/abs/nature02029.html] Fig 5. Bayesian phylogenetic analysis of Semitic languages identifies an Early Bronze Age origin of Semitic in the Near East, Andrew Kitchen (same as Fig 3.) [http://mathildasanthropologyblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/rspb20090408.pdf]

email: christselentis@gmail.com Last revised: 5/21/2011, Chris Tselentis, Athens, Greece.

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