ΛΕΞΙΚΟΝ ΓΡΑΜΜΙΚΗΣ Α

ΕΡΕΥΝΗΤΙΚΗ ΠΡΟΣΠΑΘΕΙΑ

ΣΤΗΝ ΑΓΓΛΙΚΗ ΓΛΩΣΣΑ

Linear A Lexicon
inaugural date: 24 December 2008; last update: 28 May 2012 John Younger

The Supports Wa = nodules/noduli Wb = sealing Wc = roundel Za = stone vessel Zb = pot Zc = inked inscription Zd = graffito Ze = architecture Zf = metal object Zg = stone object

Doubled syllables A-DI-KI-TE-TE-[• JA-JA[ JA-•-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE J/A-SA-SA-RA-ME DI-DII-DA-DA KI-KI-NA KI-KI-RA-JA KU-PA3-PA3 NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319 QA-QA-DA QA-QA-RU RO+RO(=*504) SA-RA-RA TA-TA WI-SA-SA-NE WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI

Disyllabic Words A-DA A-DE once once

A-DU A-I-[ A-JA A-MA A-NA A- PI A-RI A-RU A-SE DA-KA DA-KI DA-RE DA-TU DE-DI DU-JA E-*082 E-KA I-DA/I-DA-A I-JA I-KA I-RA2 I-TI JA-DI JA-KU JA-PA JA-QE JA-QIf JA-SI JE-DI KA-DI KA-KI KA-KU KA-NA KA-PA KA-QA KA-RU KA-TI KI-RA KI-RO KI-RU KO-JA KO-MU KO-RU KU-DA KU-PA KU-PI KU-RA KU-RO MA-DI MA-RE MA-RU MA-ZA ME-ZA MI-TU MU-RU NA-TI NI-PI NI-RA NU-WI PA-DE PA-JA PA-RA PA-SE PI-KA PI-SA PU-DE PU-KO PU-RA2

several once once once once once once once several several once several once once once once once 3 times once twice several once once once once once twice once several twice twice once once several once once once twice lots once once once once once once once once lots several once once once twice once twice once once once once several once once twice once once once once once

PU2-MI QE-KA QE-PU QE-TI RE-RO RE-ZA RO-E RO-KE RU-JA RU-RA2 RU-SA SA-DI SA-MA SA-PO SA-RA SA-RU SA-TA SI- KA SI-MA SI-RU SI-TE SI-TU SU-RE TA-JA "five" TA-PA TA-RA TA-TA TA-TI TE-KE TE-KI TE-RI TE-TU TI-DU TO-ME TU-MA TU-NU TU-SU U-*049 U-JU U-SU U-TI ZA-*321

once once once once once once once once once once once once several once once several twice lots once once once twice once once once once once once once twice twice twice once once once once once once once once once once

The Lexicon
Note: Not listed here are the common logograms (e.g., VIR, *303, FIC, VIN, etc.), numbers, and fractions. These can be searched on the text websites. The column at left ("consonants only") is for easy searching.

� consonants only A whole words/logograms A supports logogram
HT 37.5; HT 123b.4-5; HT Wa 1147-1149; KH Wc 2122

A-*-T A-*[ A-*-K-T-A A-*-Z A[

A-*123-TE A-*301[ A-*301-KI-TA-A A-*325-ZA (cf. U-*325-ZA) A[

heading (third word of a three-word headig)
HT 96a.1-2

Libation Formula, word 1 (invocation)?
KH 58.5; SY Za 12

Libation Formula, word 1 (invocation)?
TY Zb 4

name in a list
PE 2.3

name in a list
ARKH 1 b.1; HT 57a.2; KH 17.4; KH 33.2; KH 58.3; KH 45.1; ZA 21a.7?

A-[ A-[ ]-J A[] A-[•]-D-* A-K A-D A-D-K-S-K A-D-Q-R A-D-R A-D-R A-D A-D-D-K-T-P-K A-D-K-M[ A-D-K-T[ A-D-K-T-T-D[•]-D A-D-N[

A-[ A-[ ]-JU A[] A-[•]-DA-*118 (A-[•]-DA Talent) A+KI A-DA A-DA-KI-SI-KA A-DA-QIf-RI A-DA-RA A-DA-RO A-DE A-DI-DA-KI-TI-PA-KU A-DU-KO-[[MI]] A-DI-KI-TE[

name in a list
ARKH 5.3; KH 73.

name in a list
ARKH 4a.2-3

logogram
HT 123a.4-5; ZA 21a.7?

word
SI Zg 1

logogram (precedes *334)
KH 7a.1

name in a list
TY 3a.5

heading (precedes A-RA-U-DA)
KH 5.1-2

heading
KH 92.1

word
KN Zf 31

name in a list
ARKH 5.2

name in a list
ZA 10b.4

word (placename like Dikte?)
KN Zc 6

word
ZA Wc 2

Libation Formula, word 2 (placename)
PK Za 12.b

A-DI-KI-TE-TE-DU-[•]-RE (cf. ]JA-DI-KI-TE-TE- Libation Formula, word 2 (placename Dikte plus DU-PU2-RE, "master") DU-PU2-RE[)
PK Za 11.a-b KH 83.1

A-DI-NE[

name in a list heading

A-D

A-DU

HT 85a.1 (precedes *638 VIR); HT 86a.4 (second heading); HT 88.1 (precedes VIR+KA); HT 95b.1 (heading to second list of same names); HT 99a.1: HT 133.1-2 (precedes TE GRA+DA); ZA Wc.a1-2 (edges: KZ 209)

A-D A-D[ A-D-[•]-Z (A-D-Z) A-D-[••] A-D-K-M-N A-D-N-T-N A-D-R[ A-D-Z (cf. A-D-[•]-Z) A-I-[••] A-J A-J-S A-J A-K-N-Z-T A-K-R A-K-R A-K-T[ A-K-P-E-T A-K-R A-K-A-N

A-DU A-DU[ A-DU-[•]-ZA (A-DU-RE-ZA?; cf. A-DU-ZA) A-DU-[••]

heading?, but following TE, the first word
HT 92.1-2

heading or first name in a list
KH 23.1

name in a list
KH 11.1

name in a list
TY 3a.3

A-DU-KU-MI-NA (cf. A-KU-MI-NA, KU-MI-NA- name in a list ZA 10a.3-4 QE, DA-KU-MI-NE) A-DU-NI-TA-NA A-DU-RE[ (see A-DU-[•]-ZA, A-DU-[•]-ZA) A-DU-ZA (cf. A-DU-[•]-ZA) A-I-[••] (A-I-TI-KI?; cf. A-TI-KA) A-JA A-JE-SA A-JU (probably A-JU • NA-MA-TI-TI, q.v.) A-KA-NU-ZA-TI A-KA-RA (cf. A-KA-RU) A-KA-RU (cf. A-KA-RA; Linear B a-ka-re-u, anthroponymn) A-KA-TA[ A-KI-PI-E-TE A-KI-RO A-KO-A-NE first name in a list
ARKH 5.1

heading? first name in a list
KH 4.1

name in a list
PK 1.2

name in a list
HT 115b.4

name in a list
KH 97a.1; SY Za 2d

word
IO Za <1>

word
HT Zd 155

word (verb?)
KN Zc 7

word (transaction term?)
PE Zb 3

heading (transaction term?)
HT 2.1; HT 86a.1

name in a list
KN 32a.2

name in a list
KH 10.3-4

name in a list (cf. KI-RO)
ARKH 4b.4

Libation Formula, second name of

word 3 (personal name)
PK Za 11.b-c

A-K-*-P-* A-K-M-N A-K-T-*[ A-M A-M A-M[ A-M-J A-M-R-N[ A-M-W-S A-M-[ A-M-D-O A-M-D-U A-M-T A-N A-N-[•]

A-KU-JU-PA-*118

name
PA 1.1-2

A-KU-MI-NA (cf. A-DU-KU-MI-NA, KU-MI-NA- name in a list ZA 10a.1-2 QE, DA-KU-MI-NE) A-KU-TU-*361[ A-MA A-MA A-MA[ A-MA-JA A-MA-RA-NE[ A-MA-WA-SI A-MI-[ A-MI-DA-O (see A-MI-DA-U; cf. JA-MI-DA-RE, SA-MI-DA-E) A-MI-DA-U (see A-MI-DA-O; cf. JA-MI-DA-RE, SA-MI-DA-E) A-MI-TA A-NA A-NA-[•] (A-NA-QA?) name in a list
TY 3a.7

word
HS Zg 1; MA 1b.1 (name)

name in a list
MA 1b.1

heading?, first name in a list
ZA 7b.1

name in a list
KH 14.1

SK Zb 1 word (verb?)
CR (?) Zf 1

name in a list
PH 14b

PH(?) 31b.5 name in a list
ZA 10a.3

name in a list
ZA 10b.4-5

word in a list
HT 37.5

name in a list
HT 126a.2

A-N-N-S-J-S[

A-NA-NU-SI-JA-SE[

word formed from ahypothetical placename *A-NA-NU? (cf. KI-TANA-SI-JA-SE)
HT Zb 159

A-N[[]] A-P-[ A-P-D A-P-D-P-[ A-P-K A-P-R-N A-P A-P-N-D A-R[ A-R-[ A-R-[•]A-T A-R-J A-R-K-K-*-W-S-T-M-R-AU-T-D-PN-Z A-R-N-R A-R-T A-R-T-M A-R-U-D A-R-D-I

A-NE[[]] A-PA-[ A-PA3-DI (cf. ]A-PA3-[, ]A-DI-PA3 A-PA-DU-PA-[ A-PA-KI A-PA-RA-NE A-PI (cf. A-WA-PI, JA-WA-PA, JA-WA-PA3, JAWA-PI) A-PU2-NA-DU A-RA[ A-RA-[ A-RA-[•]-A-TU A-RA-JU

word
THE Zb 3

name in a list
ARKH 1a.5

word
PK Zb ?

Libation Formula, extra word between word 5 (verb) and 8 (I-NA-JA-PA-QA)
PK Za 12.d

word
KN Zb 40.1

heading
HT 96a.1-2 (second word of a three-word heading), b.1

word
KN Ze 16

second name in a two-name list, second heading
HT 14.3

name in a list
ARKH 1 a.2

second word of a two-word phrase (follows -PA-TA)
KH 79+89.2

name in a list
HT 87.5

name in a list
HT 109.4

A-RA-KO-KU-*333-WA-SA-TO-MA-RO-AU-TA- word KO(?) Zf 2 DE-PO-NI-ZA A-RA-NA-RE A-RA-TU A-RA-TU-ME A-RA-U-DA A-RE-DA-I name in a list (cf. Linear B a-ra-na-ro, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 1.4

name in a list
ZA 7a.1-2

word
HT Wc 3024

heading (follows A-DA-KI-SI-KA)
KH 5.1-2

name in a list
HT 29.5

A-R-N-S-D-*-P-K-P-J-T-R-S-T-R-M- A-RE-NE-SI-DI-*301-PI-KE-PA-JA-TA-RI-SE-TE- word KN Zf 13 A-J-K RI-MU-A-JA-KU (cf. A-RA-NA-RE, SI-DI-JA A-R-P-R-N A-R-S-N A-R-T-M[ A-R A-R-[ A-R-J[ A-R-N-T A-R-P A-R-S A-R-T A-R A-R-D-R A-R-R-[•] A-S-*118 A-S-D-K A-S-M-N A-S-R A-S-S-R-* A-S-S-R[ A-S-S-R-M A-S-S-M-I-S A-S A-S A-S A-S-J A-S-S-N A-S-T-Q A-S A-S-D-T-I A-S-J-K A-S-K-R (see S-K-R) A-S-S-P-A A-RE-PI-RE-NA A-RE-SA-NA A-RE-TU-MI[ A-RI A-RI-[ A-RI-JA[ A-RI-NI-TA (cf. I- ZU-RI-NI-TA, A-RE-NE-SI) A-RI-PA A-RI-SU A-RO-TE A-RU A-RU-DA-RA A-RU-RA-[•] (A-RU-RA-SU/TA?) A-SA-*118 A-SA-DA-KA A-SA-MU-NE A-SA-RA2 word
ZA Zb 3.2

word (cf. Linear B a-re-sa-ni-e)
THE Zb 2

name in a list
ZA 7a.2-3

second, fourth (and sixth?) word in a list
PH 6.1, 6.3 (and 6.4?)

name in a list
HT 141.1

name in a list
PH 28a.3

name in a list
HT 25a.3; ZA 8.2-3

name in a list
PE 2.3

name in a list
HT 118.3-4

word
CR Zg 4b

name in a list
HT 9a.5-6, 9b.2-3; HT 49a.6

name in a list
HT 28a.5

heading or just first name in a list
HT 11a.1-2

name in a list
KH 98.2

name
MA Wc <5>a.1-2

word
ZA Zb 3.1

first name in a list (cf. Linear B a-saro, anthroponym)
HT 89.1

-A-SA-SA-RA-*325 (see ]RI-QE-TI-A-SA-SA-RA- name PO Zg 1 *325) A-SA-SA-RA[ A-SA-SA-RA-ME A-SA-SU-MA-I-SE A-SE A-SE A-SE A-SE-JA A-SE-SI-NA (cf. SI+SE, SE-SI-TA) A-SE-TU-QIf A-SI A-SI-DA-TO-I A-SI-JA-KA A-SI-KI-RA (see SI-KI-RA) A-SI-SU-PO-A name
PK Za 4

Libation Formula, word 4 (name)
PK Za 11.b-c; PR Za 1.c

word (name?)
GO Wc 1

first name
HT 81.1 (precedes *550; two-name list); HT 132.1 (precedes *319; two-name list)

name in a list
HT 93a.2-3 (third name)

word
ZA Zb 3.1

name in a list
HT 115a.4

second word of a two-word heading
PE 1.1-2

name in a list
PH 2.1

name in a list
HT 9b.2-3

name in a list (cf. heading, SI-DA-TE)
ARKH 2.2-3

heading
HT 28a.1, b.1-2

name in a separate entry
KH 20.2

first name in a two-name list (heading?)
KH 9.1

A-S-J A-S-P-W A-T-[

A-SU-JA A-SU-PU-WA A-TA-[

name in a list (cf. Linear B a-si-wi-ja ethnic)
HT 11a.3-4

name in a list
ARKH 2.5-6

heading?, first name (?) in a list
KH 39.1

A-T-D A-T-I-*-D-K A-T-I-*-W-E

A-TA-DE A-TA-I-*301-DE-KA A-TA-I-*301-WA-E

word
CR (?) Zf 1

word (Libation Formula word 1, invocation)
ZA Zb 3.2

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
PK Za 11.a-b

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation) A-T-I-*-W-J A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA
IO Za 2.1; IO Za 3; IO Za 7; KO Za 1a; PK Za 12.a; SY Za 1. SU Za 2a; SY Za 3; SY Za 4; SY Za 8; TL Za 1a

A-T-I-*-W-J[ A-T-I-]*-W[-J A-T-N-[•] A-T-N-T A-T-R A-T-* A-T-K A-T-R A-T-*-T-I A-T-R-S-T (cf. T-R-S) AU-[ AU-R-T A-W-P A-ZU-R D[ D-[•] D-R-S D-D-M-T D-D-M-N D-I D-I-P-T D-J-T D-K D-K D-K-N D-K-S-N D-K-S-N-T D-M-T D-M (placename) D-M-N (see Q-D-M-N) D-N-S D-N-T

A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA[ A-TA-I-]*301-WA[-JA A-TA-NA-[•] (see A-TA-NA-TE, TA-NA-TE) A-TA-NA-TE (see A-TA-NA-[]•], TA-NA-TE) A-TA-RE A-TE-*350 A-TI-KA (cf. A-I-TI-KI) A-TI-RU A-TO-*349-TO-I A-TU-RI-SI-TI (cf. TU-RU-SA) AU-[ AU-RE-TE A-WA-PI (cf. A-PI, JA-WA-PA, JA-WA-PA3) A-ZU-RA DA[ DA-[•] (DA-ME?) DA+RE+SE (see RE+SE) DA-DU-MA-TA (cf. DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]TA2) DA-DU-MI-NE (DA-KU-MI-NE?) DA-I DA-I-PI-TA DA-JU-TE DA-KA DA-KI DA-KU-NA (related to DA-KU-SE-NE?) DA-KU-SE-NE (related to DA-KU-NA?) DA-KU-SE-NE-TI DA-MA-TE (see I-DA-MA-TE) DA-ME

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
SY Za 3

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
IO Za 4

name in a list
ZA 9.4-5

name in a list
ZA 10a.2

name in a list (cf. Linear B a-ta-ro)
ZA 8.1

name in a list KH 11.5-6 word
ZA Wc 2.a1-2

name in a list (cf. Linear B a-ti-ro)
ZA 4a.3

name in a list
KH 11.4-5

placename ("to/at Tylissos"?)
KN Zb 5

Libation Formula word 2 (placename)
IO Za 3

name in a list
KH 6.7

word
KN Zf 31

word
KN Zc 7

name in a list
HT 3.7

name in a list
HT 106.2 (first name)

ligature logogram
HT 93a.1-2

heading (precedes GRA) to first of two lists with the same names
HT 95a.1

word
KN Zf 31

last word ("total"?) in a list
HT 12.6

name in a list (cf. Linear B da-i-pi-ta)
ZA 8.5; name in a list ZA 10a.4-5

heading
HT 34.1; HT Wa 1031

word
HT Wa 1001-1005

name in a list
HT 6b.5

name in a list
HT 103.4

name in a list
HT 103.2, 4-5

name ("of/from") in a list
HT 104.1-2

word (name?)
KY Za 2

name in a list
HT 86a.4; HT 95a.2, b.2 (same names); HT 120.2

DA-MI-NU (see QE-DE-MI-NU); (cf. Linear B da- name in the second list HT 117a.8 mi-ni-jo / da-mi-ni-ja, anthroponymn, toponymn) DA-NA-SI (see I-DU-NE-SI) DA-NA-TU heading (precedes *318)
HT 126a.1

heading? first name in a list? (cf. A-

DU-NI-TA-NA, ARKH 5.1)
ARKH 6.1

D-N-K-T D-P[ D-Q-R (heading) D-Q-R[ D-R D-R-K[ D-R-D D-R-P D-R-* D-S-R-T D-R-N-T D-S-* D-T-R D-T-R D-T D-U-* D-W-[•]-D-W-T D-[•] D-D D-J-K D-S-[•]-*-T

DA-NE-KU-TI DA-PA3[ DA-QE-RA DA-QE-RA[ DA-RE DA-RE-KU[ DA-RI-DA DA-RO-PA DA-RU-*329 DA-SE-RA-TE DA-RU-NE-TE DA-SI-*118 DA-TA-RA (cf. DA-TA-RE) DA-TA-RE (cf. DA-TA-RA) DA-TU DA-U-*049 DA-WA-[•]-DU-WA-TO DE-[•] DE-DI DE-JU-KU DE-SU-[•]-*047-TE

name in the second list
HT 117a.8-9

name in a list
HT 79+83.1

heading
HT 6a.6 (second heading); HT 120.1

heading
HT 57a.1

name in a list
HT 7a.4-5; HT 10a.2, 10b.1; HT 85a.5; HT 122b.4 (second list)

heading?, first name in a list
ZA 18a.1

name in a list
HT 10a.4; HT 85a.2; HT 93a.7; HT 122a.7 (first list)

name (heading; person's name?)
HT 38.2

name in a list
HT 7b.2

name?
SY Za 6

name in a list
HT 98b.2

name in a list
HT 13.5; HT 85a.3-4; HT 99b.1

heading
HT 6a.1-2

name in the second list
HT 88.6

name in the first list
HT 123a.6-7

name in a list
HT 120.3-4

variant on Libation Formula, word 5
KN Za 10a-b

name in a list
HT 97a.6

name in the third list
HT 94b.2

name in a list
HT 93a.6

name in a list
ARKH 4a.3-4

logogram D DI
HT Wa 102.3; HT 32.3, 4; HT 69.1, 3; HT 85b.3; HT 97a.4; HT 111a.3; HT 122b.4 (transaction term?); HT Zb 162

D-* D[ D[ D-Q D-D-R D-D-[

DI-*306 DI[ DI[ DI+QE DI-DE-RU (cf. Linear B di-de-ro, masc. anthroponymn) DI-DI-[ (cf. DI-DI-KA-SE, DI-DI-KO-RA-ME)

word
HT Wc 3017a2

logogram
HT 3.5; HT 62+73.3

name in a list
HT 128a.3

logogram
HT 101.3

name in a list
HT 86a.3; HT 95a.4, b.4 (same names)

heading? (follows SI-TE), name in a list?
ZA 26a.1

D-D-K-S D-D-K-R-M[-]T D-D-Z-K D-K-K[ D-K-S D-N-R D-N-U

DI-DI-KA-SE DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]TA2 (cf. DA-DU-MA-TA) DI-DI-ZA-KE DI-KA-KI[ (DI-KA-TU?) DI-KI-SE DI-NA-RO DI-NA-U

heading, first word (verb?) following VINa 32
ZA Zb 3.1

heading (transaction term?)
ZA 11a.1

name in a list
HT 1.2-3

name in a list
HT 52a.2

name in a list
HT 87.3; HT 117b.2 (third list)

first name in a list
HT 108.2

placename known for VINa & *303

(see note to HT 9); heading
heading: HT 16.1-2; placename in a list: HT 9a.3, 9b.5; HT 25a.2-3; KN Zb 27

D-R-D-N D-R-N D-S-[ D D-*-A D-D-M D-J D-J[ D-M-I-N D-M-D D-N D-P-N D-P-R (see D-R-R) D-R-R (see D-*-R) D-R-Z-S D-R-W[ D-S-N D-Z-W

DI-RE-DI-NA (cf. ]DI-RA-DI-NA) DI-RI-NA DI-SI-[ DU DU-*123-A DU-DA-MA DU-JA DU-JU[ DU-MA-I-NA DU-ME-DI DU-NA DU-PA3-NA DU-PU3-RE (see DU-RA-RE; cf. DU-PA2-RE) DU-RA-RE (muddled DU-PU3-RE?) DU-RE-ZA-SE DU-RU-WI[ DU-SU-NI DU-ZU-WA

name in a list
HT 98a.2-3

name in a list
HT 93a.1-2; HT 102.3

name in a list
KH 6.1

logogram
ZA 10b.7

second name in a two-name list
HT 15.1-2

name in a list
HT 6b.4

name in a list
HT 7a.3

name in a list
ZA 22.4

name in the second list
HT 123b.5

third name in a three-name list
HT 19.3-4

PH 1b.1 name in a list
HT 115b.2

Libation Formula word 3 ("lord, master") (cf. Linear B da/du-pu2-ra-zo)
KO Za 1b

word
KN Zc 7

name in a list
ZA 10a.5, 10b.1-2

name in a list
HT 25a.4

name in a list
HT 108.2

second name (person's name?) in a two-name list
HT 36.2-3

logogram E E E-* E-K E-M[ E-N-S E-T-Q E-T-R E E E-*082 E-KA E-MI[ E-NA-SI E-TA2-QE E-TO-RI
HT 12.4; HT 23a.3, b.3; HT 34.3; HT 35.3; HT 60.2; HT 91.4, 5;

logogram
HT We 1020b; 1023b; HT We 1024b; PE Ws 1

name in a list
ZA 4a.7

name in a list
PE 1.3-4 (placename?)

second heading, name in a list?
ZA 1b.1

name in a list
KH 7a.2-3

word
PH Wg 45

second heading
ZA 11b.1

logogram I I
HT 43.1-2 (part of heading); HT 93a.2-3, 4-5 (precedes GRA+PA); HT 115a.1 (part of heading), b.3; HT 120.3-4 (precedes GRA+PA); HT 154.1; HT Wa 1150-1174; ZA 11b.2a (precedes OLIV)

I-*[ I-* I-*[ I[ I-[

I-*047[ I-*308 I-*331[ I[ I-[

name in a list
ARKH 4b.3

name in a list
HT 26b.4

heading?, first name (?) in a list
KH 32.1

logogram
KH 94.2-3; ZA 6a.5

name in a list
HT 55b.2

I-*(cf. A-T-I-*- etc., J-T-I-*-U-J •[, T- I+*301 (cf. A-TA-I-*301- etc., JA-TA-I-*301-U-JA HT Wa 1022; KN 2.2 N-I-*- etc.) • [, TA-NA-I-*301- etc.) logogram I-[?] I+[?]
HT 96b.1-2; HT 118.1 (heading, follows SUS); KH Wc 2066; KH Wc 2070; ZA 1a.1

(heading); ZA 11a.1 (part of heading; precedes GRA+PA), 11b.1 (part of second heading)

I-[?][ Ib-N-M-R I-D I-D I-D[ I-D-[

I+[?][ Ib-NU-MA-RE I-DA I-DA I-DA[ I-DA-[

logogram
KH 12.2

name in a list
ZA 4a.5-6; ZA 5b.1; ZA 15a.4-5

placename? (Ida?)
PK Za 18

heading, name (placename? Ida?)
ZA 24a.1

name in a list
ZA 21b.1

second or extended Libation Formula word (second placename?)
IO Za 2.2

I-D-A I-D-D I-D-M-T (see D-M-T) I-D-M I-D-P-I-S-R I-D[ I-D-N-S I-D-T I-D-W I-J I-J[ I-J-P[

I-DA-A I-DA-DA I-DA-MA-TE (see DA-MA-TE) I-DA-MI I-DA-PA3-I-SA-RI I-DI-[ I-DU-NE-SI (see DA-NA-SI) I-DU-TI I-DU-WI I-JA I-JA[ (I-JA-PA-QA?) I-JA-PA[

variant on Libation Formula, word 4 (deity?)
KO Za 1b-c

word
CR Zg 4a

word (name?)
AR Zf 1; AR Zf 2

Libation Formula word 2 (placename, Ida?)
SY Za 1

fifth (and sixth?) word in a list
PH 6.4

variation on the Libation Formula, word (placename?)
IO Za 14

name in a list
HT 13.5-6

name ("of/from") in a list
HT 104.2-3

name in a list
MA 1a.1

word
CR (?) Zf 1

variant on Libation Formula, word 8
KN Za 10a-b

Libation Formula word 8 (see I-NAJA-PA-QA)
IO Za 2

I-J-P-M I-J-T I-K I-K-*-T-Ib I-K-P[ I-K-R-N I-K-T I-N-*-T I-N-I-D-[ I-N-J-P-Q I-N-J-R-T[

I-JA-PA-ME I-JA-TE I-KA I-KU-JU-TI-Ib I-KU-PI[ I-KU-RI-NA I-KU-TA I-NA-[•]-TE I-NA-I-DA-[ I-NA-JA-PA-QA I-NA-JA-RE-TA[

heading (second?; precedes TA-TA; cf. I-JA-PA[, I-NA-JA-PA-QA)
KH 7a.3

word ("of/from" I-JA?)
PH Zb 4

name in a list
HT 91.2 (first name [or heading] in a two-name list); HT 102.4

heading?, first name in a list
ZA 6b.1

name in a list
KH 18.2

heading for a two-name list
HT 90.1

name (person's name?)
HT 35.1-2

word on clay rod
PE Zg 6

Libation Formula word 2 (placename?)
IO Za 11

Libation Formula, word 8
PK Za 11.d

Libation Formula, variant on word 8 (INA-JA-PA-QA)
AP Za 2.2

I-N-T-I-Z-D-S-K

I-NA-TA-I-ZU-DI-SI-KA

Libation Formula word 2+3? (placename [cf. Inatos], personal name (cf. DI-DI-ZA-KE)
IO Za 6

I-N-W I-P-S-J I-P[

I-NA-WA (cf. NA-WI) I-PA-SA-JA (cf. PA-SA-JA, PA-SA-RI-JA, PI-SEJA) I-PI[

first word in a list
PH 6.1

name in a list
KH 10.3

Libation Formula, word 8

PK Za 8.c

I-P-N-M

I-PI-NA-MA

Libation Formula, word 6 ("dedication"?)
IO Za 2.1; KO Za 1c-d

I-P-N-M[ I-P-N-M-N I-P-N-M-N[ I-Q-* I-R I-R-J I-S-[ I-T-J I-T I-T[ I-T-[•] I-T-N-S I-T-T-K-N

I-PI-NA-MA[ I-PI-NA-MI-NA I-PI-NA-MI-NA[ I-QA-*118 I-RA2 I-RU-JA I-SE-[ I-TA-JA I-TI I-TI-[ I-TI-[•] I-TI-NI-SA I-TI-TI-KU-NI (cf. JA-TI-TU-KU)

Libation Formula, word 6 ("dedication"?)
AP Za 2.1

Libation Formula, word 6
PK Za 10

Libation Formula, word 6
PK Za 11.d

name in a list
HT 44a.1 (heading; place name?); HT 131a.2-3 (heading of a second list; place-name?)

word
HT Wa 1006-1013

name in a list
HT 7a.2

name in a list
ZA 6a.9-10

name in a list
HT 28a.6

name in a list, modified by WI-TE-RO
HT 25b.2

variation on Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
IO Za 12

name in a list
HT 62+73.3

name in a list
ZA 15a.3

heading
HT 96a.1-2

word in a list I-ZU-R-N-T (see Z-R-N-M) I-ZU-RI-NI-TA (see A-RI-NI-TA, ZU-RI-NI-MA)
third word (placename? related to ZU-RI-NIMA) in a list PH 6.2

J-*[ J-* J-[S-S-R J-R

JA-*304[ JA-*345 JA-[SA-SA-RA JA+RU

name in a list
PH 14a

name in a list
HT 119.4

Libation Formula word 4 (in third place)
SY Za 1

name in a list or commodity
HT 6a.3

J-•-K-T-T-D-P-R

JA-•-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE

Libation Formula, word 2 (placename, Dikte), plus a variant on DU-PU2-RE ("master")
PK Za 8.a

J-D-K-T-T-D-P-R[ J-D-S[ J-D J-D-K-R J-D-R-T J-I-N-Z J-J-[ J-J-[ J-K[ J-K-P[ J-K-S-K-N J-K J-K-T J-M-D-R

JA-DI-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE[ JA-DA-SU[ JA-DI JA-DI-KI-TU JA-DU-RA-TI JA-I-NWA-ZA JA-JA[-•-] •- •[ JA-JA-[ JA-KI[ (cf. JA-KI-PA3, JA-KI-SI-KI-NU) JA-KI-PA3[

Libation Formula, word 2 (placename, Dikte), plus DU-PU2-RE ("master")
PK Za 15

first name in a list
KH 74.1

word (name?)
PH Wc 39a

Libation Formula word 2 (placename)
IO Za 2.1

name in a list
KN 1b.1-2

Libation Formula?, word 2
SY Za 4

Libation Formula, word 2
SY Za 8

word
PK Za 18

name in a list
ZA 26a.2

name in a list
PH 28a.2 ARKH Zf 9

JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (cf. TA-NU-NI-KI-NA; SI-KI-NE) word JA-KU JA-KU-TI JA-MI-DA-RE (cf. A-MI-DA-O/U, MI-DA-RA,

MA 2b.2 name in a list
KN 1a.1-2

name in the first list

SA-MI-DA-E) J-P J-P-R-J-S J-Q J-R-M J-S[ J-S[ JA-PA JA-PA-RA-JA-SE JA-QIf JA-RE-MI (cf. ]JA-RU-MA-NE) JA-SA[ (JA-DA?) JA-SA[

HT 122a.4

name in a list
ZA 4a.3-4

name?
SY Za 9

name in a list
HT 28a.2, b.4

name in a list
HT 87.3

word
MA Zb 8

Libation Formula, word 4 (JA-SA-SARA)
PK Za 8.b

J-S-J J-S-M J-S-R-A-N-N J-S-S[ J-S-S[-R-M J-S-S-R[-M J-S-S-R-M-N J-S-S-R-M J-S-S-R-M J-S J-S-E J-S-M-T J-T-I-*-U-J •[ J-T-*[ J-T-T-K J-T-J[ J-W-P J-W-P J-W-[ J-W-[ J-W[ J-D J-D J J-T-N J J-[ J-K-N-P-K-N-[••]-I-Z J-*-Q

JA-SA-JA JA-SA-MU JA-SA-RA-A-NA-NE (muddled JA-SA-SA-RAME-NE?) JA-SA-SA[ JA-SA-SA[-RA-ME JA-SA-SA-RA[-ME JA-SA-SA-RA-MA-NA JA-SA-SA-RA-ME JA-SA-SA-RA-ME JA-SI JA-SI-E JA-SU-MA-TU JA-TA-I-*301-U-JA • [ JA-TI-*321[ JA-TI-TU-KU JA-TI-TU-KU (cf. I-TI-TI-KU-NI) JA-TO-JA[ JA-WA-PA3 (cf. A-PI, A-PI-WA, JA-WA-PI) JA-WA-PI (cf. A-PI, A-WA-PI; JA-WA-PA3) JA-WA-[ (cf. JA-WA-PI, JA-WA-PA3, A-WA-PI) JA-WA-[ JA-WI[ JE-DI JE-DI ]JE JE-TA-NA JU JU-[ JU-KU-NA-PA-KU-NU-[••]-I-ZU (muddled?) JU+*317-QE

palindromic abbreviation for JA-SASA-RA?
KN Zg 55

name in a list
ZA 15a.6

word (name?)
KN Zc 7

PK Za 14.a-b Libation Formula word 4
IO Za 9

Libation Formula word 4
IO Za 2.1

variant on Libation Formula, word 4
KN Za 10a-b

Libation Formula word 4
IO Za 6; IO Za 12; IO Za 16; PS Za 2.2; TL Za 1b

name
PL Zf 1

word
KN Zb 4

word (to be read retrograde?)
KE Zb 4

SY Za 2a Libation Formula, word 1 (invocation?)
AP Za 1

Libation Formula word 2 (placename)
IO Za 7

word (written twice)
LA Zb 1

name in a list
ZA 4a.2-3

name?
SY Za 5

word on a pithos
PE Zb ?

word on a pithos
PE Zb 7

word (variant on Libation Formula?)
KN Za 18

name in a list
ZA 14.4

heading (place name?)
HT 8a.1; HT 36.1; HT 122b.1 (second list, precedes *346 VIR)

name in a list
HT 140.1-2 (second name in first list)

first name in a list
KH 1.1

word
HT We 1020g

logogram?
HT 20.2, 4; HT 97a.4-5; ZA 11a.4

name in a list
HT 108.3

word
KN Zc 6

logogram?
HT 89.2

logogram K KA
HT 11b.2 (twice), b.3, b.3-4, b.4-5; HT 85b.3; HT 140.4; HT Wa 1322-1399, 1406-1470; HT Wa 14635; HT Wc <3018>a

K-* K[ K[ K[ K-D K-D-M-N K-I-R K-J K-K K-K K-K-N-T K-K-P K-N K-N[ K-N-N-T K-N-J-M K-N-T K-P K-P K-P K-P[ K-P-Q K-P-R K-*-S K-Q K-R-R K-R-*-I K-R-N K-R-P K-R K-R[ K-S[ K-S-R K-S K-T K-U-D-T K-U-Z-N (see K-Z-N)

KA-*305 KA[ KA[ KA[ KA-DI KA-DU-MA-NE KA-I-RO KA-JU KA-KI KA-KU KA-KU-NE-TE KA-KU-PA KA-NA KA-NA[ KA-NA-NI-TI KA-NI-JA-MI KA-NU-TI KA-PA KA-PA KA-PA KA-PA[ KA-PA-QE KA-PO-RU KA-PU3-SI KA-QA KA-RE-RO KA-RI-*310-I (cf. QA-*310-I) KA-RO-NA KA-RO-PA3 KA-RU KA-RU[ KA-SA[ KA-SA-RU (cf. Linear B ka-sa-ro, masc. anthroponymn) KA-SI KA-TI KA-U-DE-TA KA-U-ZU-NI (see KU-ZU-NI)

heading
HT 9b.2

heading
HT 47a.1; HT 62+73.4

word
PK Zb 23

logogram
HT 62+73.4

name in a list
ZA 4a.8; ZA 15b.1

name in a list
HT 29.6

name in a list
ZA 8.6

name in the second list
HT 88.4

heading, second and fifth word in a list
HT 37.1, .5

name in a list (cf. Linear B ka-ko, kaki-jo, commoditity (bronze)
HT 62+73.3

name in a list
ZA 10b.6

first word in heading (person's name?)
HT 16.1-2; HT Wc 3015a; HT Wc 3016a

heading, name?
HT 23a.1

name in the second list
HT 123b.4

word (verb?)
KH Wc 2005

word
CR (?) Zf 1

name in a list
HT 97a.3

heading
HT 6a.1

heading
HT 102.1

name in a list
HT 8b.4; HT 94a.1 (first name); HT 140.5 (second list)

heading
HT 105.1

name in a list
HT 6a.4-5

name in a list
HT 115a.5

word (name?, verb?)
PH Wc 37

name in a list
PK 1.1

word
HT Wc 3003

name in a list
HT 98a.4

name in a list
HT 11a.2

word modifying VAS *416
HT 31.3

heading or first name in a list (cf. Linear B ka-ro, probably a toponymn)
HT 97a.1

heading
HT 75.1

heading?, first name in a list
KE 1.1

name in a list
HT 10b.3

HT Wa 1027a+g (b: AT 105); HT Wa 1028a+g (b: AT 105) first name in a two-name list
HT 63.1

heading
HT 13.1-2

name in a list
HT 26b.2-3

K-K-R K K K-*-R K[ K-[] K-D-[ K-D-R K-D-T K-D-M-*-N[ K-D-N K-K-N K-K-R-J K-N-M K-R K-R-T (cf. K-R-T) K-R-T-N K-R-Z K-R-S K-R-T (cf. K-R-T)

KE-KI-RU KI KI KI-*310-RE KI[ KI+[] KI-DA-[ (KI-DA-TE[?) KI-DA-RO KI-DA-TA KI-DE-MA-*323-NA[ KI-DI-NI KI-KI-NA KI-KI-RA-JA KI-NI-MA KI-RA

name in the third list
HT 94b.2

logogram (= KI-RO, "deficit")
HT 24a.1; HT 49a.7, a.8; HT 97a.5; HT 100.2; HT 118.1, 2-3, 3-4, 5; KE Zb 3 (?)

logogram (not KI-RO?)
HT 100.2; KE Zb 3 (?)

word in a list
HT 37.4

logogram?
HT 54b.1; HT 81.2; HT 154.3

logogram
TY 3a.1-2

name in a list
HT 27a.4

name in a list (cf. Linear B ki-da-ro, anthroponymn)
HT 47a.4, HT 117a.9 (second list)

second name in a two-name list
HT 40.2

name in a list
HT 31.4-5

name in a list
HT 93a.2-3

follows the logogram FIC; thus, "figs"?
HT 88.2

second heading
HT 85b.1

first name in a list
ZA 5a.1-2

transaction term? ("balance"?)
HT 103.5; ZA 8.1 (heading)

KI-RE-TA2 (cf. KI-RI-TA2, KI-RI-SI, KI-RE-TA- name in a list HT 85b.1-2; HT 129.1 (first name in a twoNA), (cf. Linear B ki-ri-ta, probably feminine noun) name list) KI-RE-TA-NA (cf. KI-RE-TA2) KI-RE-ZA KI-RI-SI (cf. KI-RE-TA2, KI-RI-TA2) KI-RI-TA2 (cf. KI-RE-TA2, KI-RI-SI) name in a list
HT 8a.5; HT 108.1 (first name); HT 120.4-5

name?, transaction term?
ZA 1a.1-2

second heading (transaction term?, name in a list?)
TY 3b.1

heading
HT 114a.1; HT 121.1

"owing, deficit" K-R KI-RO
HT 15.4; HT 30.4; HT 34.6; HT 37.5; HT 88.4 (second heading); HT 94b.1 (heading to third list); HT 117a.1-2 (heading, first list, between MA-KA-RI-TE and U-MI-NA-SI); HT 123a.12, a.7-9, b.6

K-R[ K-R K-T-I

KI-RO[ KI-RU KI-TA-I

"owing, deficit"
HT 93b.1

word (transaction term KI-RO?)
MI Zb 1

first name in the first list
HT 123a.1-2

K-T-N-S-J-S

KI-TA-NA-SI-JA-SE (see KI-TA-NI-TE, ]RA-KITA-NA-SI[; cf. TA-NI-KA)

word formed from a hypothetical placename? *KI-TA-NO? (but compare Linear B ki-ta-no, alum (or pistaccio)
PE Zb 3

K-T-N-T K[ K-J K-M K-R K-S-I-T K

KI-TA-NI-TE (see KI-TA-NA-SI-JA-SE, ]RA-KITA-NA-SI[; cf TA-NI-KA) KO[ KO-JA KO-MU KO-RU KO-SA-I-TI KU

placename? (with enclitic -TE, "of/from Kitanos")
PK Zb 21

logogram
HT 62+73.5

name in a list
HT 119.2

word
ZA Zb 34

final name (commodity?) in a list, transaction term?
HT 23a.5

name in the second list
HT 117a.7-8

logogram
HT 45b.4 (twice); HT 127b.4-5; HT Wa 14711621; KH 18.3; TY Wc 5

K-*[ K-* K[ K[ K-[ K-[•]-K-E K-D K-KK-K-D-R K-M-J K-M-N-Q K-N-S K-N-S K-N-T K-P K-P[ K-P-[

KU-*305[ KU-*321 KU[ KU[ KU-[ KU-[•]-KO-E KU-DA KU-KA-• KU-KU-DA-RA KU-MA-JU

word in a list
HT 27a.4-5

name in a list
ZA 18a.1

start of name in a list
ARKH 6.1; HT 131a.1

name in a list
HT 39.2

name in a list
HT 42.3

name in a list
KH 7a.4-5

last name in the first list
HT 122a.8

name in a list
KH 98.3

name in the second list (cf. Linear B ku-ka-da-ro, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 117a.7

name in a list
HT 20.1-2

KU-MI-NA-QE (cf. A-DU-KU-MI-NA, A-KU-MI- word (cf. Linear B ku-mi-no, masc. anthroponymn) NA, DA-KU-MI-NE)
HT Wc 3014a-b

KU-NI-SU KU-NI-SU KU-NI-TE KU-PA KU-PA[ KU-PA3-[

heading
HT 10a.1; HT 95a.3-4, b.3-4 (same names)

first name in a list
HT 86a.1-2

first name in a list
KH 92.1

name in a list?, transaction term?
HT 110a.2; HT We 1020a; ZA 11a.5, b.3

name in a list
KH 29.2

name in a list
HT 101.4

K-P-N-T

KU-PA3-NA-TU

name in a list (cf. Linear B ku-pa-nuwe-to, ka-pa3-na-to, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 47a.1-2; HT 119.3

K-P-N-T-N-T[

KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE[

name? with common ending NA-TE
AP Za 2.1

K-P-N

KU-PA3-NU

name in a list (cf. Linear B ka-pa3-no, ku-pa3-ni, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 1.3-4; HT 49a.6-7; HT 88.5 (second list); HT 117a.3 (first list); HT 122a.6 & 7 (first list, listed twice); PH(?) 31a.3

K-P-P K-P-R-J K-P-J K-P-R K-P-Z K-P K-R K-R-M K-R[ K-R-J

KU-PA3-PA3 KU-PA3-RI-JA (from KU-PA-RI) KU-PA-JA KU-PA-RI (see KU-PA3-RI-JA) KU-PA-ZU KU-PI KU-RA KU-RA-MU KU-RE[ KU-RE-JU

name in the second list
HT 88.4

heading, first word in a three-word list
HT 24a.1

name in a list
HT 116a.1-2

word (placename?) in a list
PE 1.1-2 (placename?)

third name in a three-name list
KH 5.3-4

name in a list
ZA 14.3

name in a list
ARKH 2.1-2 (possible transaction heading, precedes VIN); ZA 20.4

name in the first list
HT 117a.2-3

name in a list
HT 39.3

name in the third list
HT 117b.1

"total"
HT 9a.6; HT 9b.6; HT 11a.3, 11b.5-6; HT 13.7; HT 25b.2, b.4; HT 27a.7; HT 88.6 (totaling the KI-RO deficits, second list); HT 89.4; HT 94a.3 (totaling the first list), b.4 (totaling the third list); HT 100.3 (totals first list); HT 102.5; HT 104.5; HT 109.3; HT 110a.3; HT 116b.1; HT 117a.6 (totals first list, of deficits); HT 118.5 (totals assessments and deficits); HT 119.5 (in error); HT 122a.8 (totaling the obverse??), b.5 (totalling the reverse?); HT 123a.7-9, b.6; HT 127b.4, b.7;

K-R

KU-RO

PH(?) 31a.4; ZA 15b.2 (grand total of three lists of VINa)

K-R[ K-R-K K-R-M K-T[ K-T-K-R K-Z-N (see K-U-Z-N) M M over [[Q]] M-* M[ M-M M-R M-D-T

KU-RO[ KU-RU-KU KU-RU-MA KU-TA[ KU-TU-KO-RE KU-ZU-NI (see KA-U-ZU-NI, KU-ZU-NA) MA MA over [[QE]] MA-*321 MA[ MA+MA MA+RU {*559} MA-DA-TI

"total"
HT 40.3; HT 85a.5

name in a list (cf. Linear B ku-ru-ka, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 87.4

name in a list
HT 115b.3

name in a list
HT 115b.4

name in a list
ZA 8.2

name in a list (cf. Linear B ku-zu-nijo/ja, toponymn)
HT 13.4; HT 85a.4

logogram
HT 110b.2, 110b.5; HT 146.3; THE Zb/g 5

logogram
KH 61.2

name in a list
HT 6a.3-4

part of a name?, logogram?
HT 51a.1

ligature, logogram
PH 3a.2

ligature, logogram ("wool")
HT 12.4-5

name in a list
PK 1.8

M-D

MA-DI

name in a list (cf. Linear B ma-di, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 3.7; HT 85b.5; HT 97a.4; HT 118.1; PH(?) 31a.2

M-I-M M-K-I-S M-K-I-T M-K-R-T M-K-D-T M-R M-R[ M-R-[•]-I M-R M-S-D M-T-T M-T-Z-I-T M-Z M-Z M-K-D ]A-M-J-R M-Z M[ M-* M-J M-J

MA-I-MI MA-KA-I-SE (cf. MA-KA-I-TA) MA-KA-I-TA (cf. MA-KA-I-SE) MA-KA-RI-TE MA-KI-DE-TE MA-RE MA-RI[ MA-RI-[•]-I (MA-RI-RE-I?) MA-RU MA-SI-DU MA-TE-TI (cf. WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI-*319; NAMA-MA-TI-TI-*319) MA-TI-ZA-I-TE (cf. TU-MI-TI-ZA-SE) MA-ZA MA-ZU ME-KI-DI ]ME-MI-JA-RU (cf. MI-JA-RU) ME-ZA MI[ MI+*301 cf. MI+JA (below) MI+JA MI+JA+RU (cf. ME-MI-JA-RU)

name in a list
HT 89.2

name in a list
ZA 8.4

name in a list
PK 1.8; ZA 5b.2-3

heading (follows QIf-TU-NE)
HT 87.1-2; HT 117a.1-2 (precedes KI-RO UMI-NA-SI)

name in a list
ZA 10b.3

first name in a list
HT 55a.1

name in a list
HT 128a.4

name in a list
HT 6b.2-3

name in the first list
HT 117a.3

heading (precedes PA-*342-I I ) (cf. Linear B ma-di-dwo)
HT 43.1-2

name in a list
PK 1.8

name in a list
PK 1.7

name in a list
ZA 10b.2-3

name in a list
HT 102.3-4

first name in a list
ZA 14.1

word
ZA Zg 35

name in a list
HT 10a.4, HT 85b.3

logogram
KH 9.2

logogram
KH Wc 2064; KH Wc 2099

ligature, logogram
PH 3b.1

ligature, logogram (cf. ]ME-MI-JA-

RU; Linear B mi-ja-ro, Greek mialós, dirty; Auro Jorro 1999, I, p. 451)
HT 23a.2, b.2; HT 32.2; HT 35.2; Ht 81.1; HT 60.1?

M-D-M-R M-D-N M-D-R M-K[ M-K-S-N M-N-T M-R-T-R-R M-T M-Z-S M-R N N-[ N-D-R N-M-M-T-T-* N-Q-N[ N-Q-N-M-N N-T N-T-*-N N[ N-[ N-M N-N-N[•]-I-[•] N-P N-R N-T-N N-D-* N-S-[

MI-DA-MA-RA2 MI-DA-NI PA-JA MI-DA-RA (cf. JA-MI-DA-RE) MI-KA[ MI-KI-SE-NA (cf. ]MI-KI-SA-NE[, ]KI-SA-NE) MI-NU-TE MI-RU-TA-RA-RE MI-TU MI-ZA-SE MU-RU NA NA-[ NA-DA-RE NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319 (probably A-JU • NAMA-TI-TI *319; see notes to HT Zd 155 and compare WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI on HT Zd 157) NA-QIf-NE[ NA-QIf-NE-MI-NA NA-TI NA-TU-*301-NE[ NE[ NE-[ (NE-KU[?) NI-MI NI-NU-NI[•]-I-[•] NI-PI NI-RA NI-TI-NU NU-DU-*331 NU-SE-[

word
ARKH Zf 9

name in a list (modified by PA-JA)?, second heading (precedes PA-JA)?
HT 41a.4

word
PK Zb 25

name in a list
HT 135a.2

name in a list
HT 26a.2-3

name in a list
HT 86a.5; HT 95a.2, b.2-3 (same names); HT 106.1 (only name)

name in the first list
HT 117a.4-5

name in the first list
HT 117a.2

ZA 15a.4 name in a list
HT 3.4

logogram
PH Wc 40b

name in a list
HT 111b.3

name in the first list
HT 117a.5

word
HT Zd 155

name in a list
HT 135a.3

name in a list
HT 115a.2-3

name in a list
HT 97a.4

list
SKO Zc 1 frag 1

logogram?
KH 53.1

name in a list
HT 55a.2

name in a list
PK 1.6

PL Zf 1 word (object? paid out) KN Wc 26b heading, name?
HT 23b.1

word
KN Zc 6

heading, first name in a two-name list
HT 40.1

word
KN Wb 33b

N-W

NU-WI

first name (follows TI-NU-JA) in second list
HT 115b.2 (last two syllables of first name in first list)

logogram O O
HT 113.3 (perhaps O-DI J); HT Wa 12791281; KH Wc 2001, 2002, 2033-2035, 2101, 2104, 2105, 2110, 2115, 2118; KN Wc 42a

O-K-M-Z-S-I-N (cf. S-K-M-S) O-M[ O-R-D-N

O-KA-MI-ZA-SI-I-NA (cf. SO-KE-MA-SE) O-MI[ O-RA2-DI-NE

name in a list
PK 1.3-4

name? in a list
ZA 27.2

name in a list
HT 6a.4

O-S-Q-R (see S-Q-R)

O-SU-QA-RE (see SA-QE-RI)

Libation Formula word 2 (personal name? placename?; Owens 1994: 26 compares this name with Linear B suke-re mentioned as being at Setoija on

KN As 1516.20)
TL Za 1a

O-T-N-Z-S O-T-J O-T-[•] P P-*-I P[ P-[•]-A P-[••][ P-[?] P-T-Q P-S-*047 P-D-S-T P-D P-I-K[ P-I-T P-J

O-TA-NI-ZA-SE O-TE-JA O-TI-[•] (O-TI-RO?; see U-TA-RO) PA PA-*342-I PA[ PA-[•]-A (PA-SI-A?) PA-[••][ (PA-I-TO??) PA+[?] PA+TA+QE PA3-SI-*047 PA-DA-SU-TI PA-DE PA-I-KI[ PA-I-TO PA-JA

name in a list
ZA 5a.2-3

name in a list
PK 1.5

name in a list
HT 93a.6-7

logogram
HT 8a.2; HT 10a.1-2; HT 25a.5; HT 85b.2

heading (second word, follows MA-SIDU and precedes I)
HT 43.1-2

logogram
HT 45a.1; KN 32b.2; PH 1b.1

name (in a list?)
HT 45b.3

name in a list
HT 122a.2-3

logogram
ZA 10a.1; ZA 12a.1, 12b.1

word modifying VAS *402
HT 31.6

word
MIL Zb 1

name ("of/from") in a list
HT 104.3-4

name in a list
HT 9a.2, 9b.2; HT 122a.5

name in a list
HT 73+62.2

name in a list
HT 97a.3; HT 120.6 (last name)

follows MI-DA-NI (name in a list?, second heading?)
HT 41a.4

P-J-R

PA-JA-RE

name in a list (cf. Linear B pa-ja-ro, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 8b.4; HT 29.2; HT 88.5 (second list); ZA 10b.5-6

P-M[ P-N-Q P-R P-R

PA-MI[ PA-NU-QE PA-RA PA-RA

name in a list
TY 3b.4

name in a list
ZA 14.4

heading (follows *326)
HT 128a.1

name in a list
PH 3a.3

P-R-N

PA-RA-NE

name in first list (cf. Linear B pa-ra-ne, masc. anthroponymn, KN Vc 7616)
HT 115a.4, 115b.1 (second word of header in second list)

P-R[ P-R-D P-R-S P-S-R-J

PA-RE[ PA-RI-DE PA-RO-SU (cf. PA-RO-NE) PA-SA-RI-JA (cf. I-PA-SA-JA, PI-SE-JA)

name?
HT 4.3

name in a list
KH 98.1

heading
HT 20.1

second name in a three-name list
HT 24a.4

P-S

PA-SE PA-SE-JA (cf. I-PA-SA-JA, PA-SA-RI-JA, PI-SEJA) PA-TA-DA[

first name in a two-name list HT 18.1; second name in a two-name list
HT 27b.5

P-S-J P-T-D[

word
HT Wc 3001-3002

heading (name?) for second list (of totals, KU-RO)
PH(?) 31a.4

P-T-D-D-P-R[

PA-TA-DA-DU-PU2-RE[

probably PA-TA-DA (name?) DUPU2-RE ("lord, master")
HT Zb 160

name in a list P-T-N P-Z-[ PA-TA-NE PA-ZA-[
HT 94b.1 (third list); HT 122a.6 (first list); HT We 1019a

heading? first name in a list
ZA 6b.4

PA3 PA3 P-*188 P-E P-K-R-T P-N P-N-N P-N-W P-*-T P-*-A[ P[ P-K P-K-Z P-N-[ P-O[ P-R-E-* P-S P-S[ P-T-J P-T-K-S P-T-K-S P-T-R P-T-R P-T-N-A-[ P-T[? P-T-K-R P P[ P-R-J[ P-D P-K P-N-K-S P-R P-VINa P-T-M Q-* Q-*-R-R

PA3 PA3 PA3-*188 PA3-E PA3-KA-RA-TI PA3-NI PA3-NI-NA PA3-NI-WI PI-*034-TE (cf. ]PI-MI-NA-TE) PI-*310-A[ PI[ PI-KA PI-KU-ZU PI-NU-[ PI-O[ (PI-TU[?) PI-RU-E-JU PI-SA PI-SA[ PI-TA-JA PI-TA-KA-SE (cf. PI-TA-KE-SI) PI-TA-KE-SI (cf. PI-TA-KA-SE) PI-TA-RA PI-TE-RI PI-TI-NE-A-[ PI-TU[? PO-TO-KU-RO PU PU[ PU2-RE-JA[ (cf. PU-RA2, ]PU2-RE-JA, ]PU2-RA2) PU-DE PU-KO PU-NI-KA-SO PU-RA2 PU-VINa PU3-TA-MA QA-*118 QA-*118-RA-RE

logogram
HT 34.6; HT 132.2 (precedes *305); MIL Zb 1

logogram without number
HT 9b.1; HT 103.2

name in a list
HT 8b.3

Libation Formula?, word (part of invocation?, personal name?)
PK Za 8.a

name in a list
HT 8a.1-2

name in a list
HT 85a.2; HT 102.2

name in a list
HT 6b.6; HT 93a.1 (first name), a.8

Libation Formula, word 3
SY Za 4

name in a list
HT 116a.4

name in a list
ZA 11a.5

logogram?
HT 126a.4

word
KH Wc 2123

name in a list
TY 3b.2

name in a list
KH 86.2

name in a list
PH 19.1

name in a list
PH 2.3

name in the second list
HT 123b.2

name in a list
KH 6.6

name in a list
HT 6a.2-3

heading, name?
HT 21.1-2

name in a list
HT 87.2

name in the first list
HT 96a.4

Libation Formula, first name of word 3 (personal name)
PK Za 11.b-c

name in a list
ARKH 4a.4-5

PH 19.1 "grand total"
HT 122b.6; HT 131b.4

logogram
HT 34.7; THE Zb/g 5

name
MI 2.1

word
PK Za 16

name in a list
KH 88.2-3

heading, name? in a list
HT 31.1

name in a list
ZA 14.2

name in a list
HT 28b.3-4; HT 116a.2

name in a list
HT 14.1 (heading, first name in a two-name list); HT 123a.3-4 (first list)

word (name?)
PH Wc 38

name (see I-QA-*118)
KH 10.3

only name in the third list
HT 96b.1-2

Q-*-[•] Q-*-I Q[ Q+P Q-K[ Q-K-S-N-T Q-K-R (see Q-K-R) Q-M-*-N-R Q-N-M Q-N-M Q-Q-D

QA-*305-[•] QA-*310-I (cf. KA-RI-*310-I) QA [ QA+PA3 QA-KI[ QA-KI-SE-NU-TI QA-KU-RE (see QE-KU-RE) QA-MI-*047-NA-RA QA-NU-MA QA-NU-MA QA-QA-DA

word
PH Zb 48

name in a list
HT 8a.3-4, 8b.3-4; HT 85b.5-6; HT 122a.4 (first list)

logogram
ARKH 1 a.1

word modifying VAS *402
HT 31.2

word
KN Wb 33a

word
CR (?) Zf 1

word
HT Wc 3017a1

word
KN Zf 31

name in a list
HT 116a.6-7

heading (precedes QIf-*118)
KH 88.1-2

name in a list
PE 2.3-4

Q-Q-R

QA-QA-RU

name in a list (cf. Linear B qa-qa-ro, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 93a.4-5; HT 118.2-3; HT 122b.3-4 (second list)

Q-R-W Q-R-T

QA-RA2-WA (cf. QE-RA2-JA/U; QE-RI-JA) QA-RE-TO

name in a list (cf. Linear B qe-ra2-wo, masc. anthroponymn, )
HT 86a.3

second name in a two-name list
HT 132.1-2

name? cf. Linear B qa-sa-re-o (PY Sa 7550
and qa-sa-ro-we (KN Db 1329B, E 848.01, KN Np 7923), and the many names ending in -rako (KN As 0607.01, C 911.13, Db 1165B, Db 1236B, Dd 1579B, De 1307B, Dk 936, Dv 1169B, Dv 1430B, Dv 5989B, Sc 258A, V 1583A, X 0793, X 7759, X 7760; PY Cn 643.05, Eb 173.01, 2, Eb 377A, Eo 224.02, 03, Ep 301.12, Ep 613.11, 12, Jn 845.05); or -ra-ku (KN X 5102; PY Cn 201.01) SY Za 10

Q-S-R-K

QA-SA-RA-KU

Q-S-[ Q-T-D-T or A-T-D T Q-T-* Q-T-K Q[ Q-[ Q-[•] Q-G-P Q-D-M-N(see D-M-N) Q-K Q-K-R (see Q-K-R) Q-P-T Q-P Q-R-J[ Q-R-U Q-S-T Q-S-Z-E Q-S-P

QA-SA-[ QA-TI-DA-TE or QA-TI-DA TE QA-TI-JU QA-TI-KI QE[ QE-[ QE-[•] QE+GRA+PA QE-DE-MI-NU (see DA-MI-NU) QE-KA QE-KU-RE (see QA-KU-RE) QE-PI-TA QE-PU

name in a list
HT 111a.2

heading (plus logogram TE?)
HT 12.1-2

name in a list
ZA 14.2

name in a list
KH 7a.3-4

logogram?
HT 55b.1

name in a list
HT 111b.2

name in a list
KH 50.2

ligatured logogram
ZA 11a.4

word (transaction term?)
MA 1a.1, 1b.1

name in a list
HT 85b.2

name in a list
HT 20.2-3

name in a list
HT 6a.6-7

name in a list
HT 9a.3-4, 9b.4

QE-RA2-JA[ (cf. QA-RA2-WA; QE-RA2-U; QE-RI- name in a list HT 3.2 JA?) QE-RA2-U (cf. QE-RA2-JA), (cf. Linear B qe-ra-ro, name in a list HT 1.1-2 (first name, heading); HT 95a.4-5, masc. anthroponymn) b.4-5 (same names) QE-SI-TE QE-SI-ZU-E QE-SU-PU word
MA Ze 11

name in a list
ZA 4a.5; ZA 15a.2

name in a list

HT 87.4

Q-T Q-T-R-D (cf. K-) Q-T-N (cf. Q-T-N)

QE-TI QE-TI-RA-DU (KA-TI-RA-DU?) QE-TU-NE (cf. QIf-TU-NE) QIf-*118 QIf-JA-DU[ QIf-RI-TU-QA QIf-TU-[•] (QIf-TU-NE?) QIf-TU-NE (cf. QE-TU-NE) RA-*164a-TI RA-*164-TI RA-[ RA-[•] RA-KA •-RA-KI-•-SE RA-[•]-DE-ME-TE (RA-RI-DE-ME-TE?) RA2-RO-RE RA-NA-TU-SU RA-O-DI-KI RA-PU3-RA RA-RI-DE[ RA-TI-SE RE RE+SE RE-DI-SE RE-RO RE-ZA RI-*305 RI-KA-TA (see RI-QE-TI) RI-MI-SI (cf. ]-RA-MA-SI) RI-QE-TI (see RI-KA-TA) RI-QE-TI-A-SA-SA-RA-*325 RI-RU-MA (see RI-RU-MA-TI)

name in a list
HT 7a.1

heading (name?)
HT 58.1

second name in a list, or second heading
HT 12.3

heading
KH 88.1-2(second word; follows QA-U-MA); ZA 5a.1 (precedes VINa+SU); ZA 14.1

Q-* Q-J-D[ Q-R-T-Q Q-T-[•] Q-T-N (cf. Q-T-N) R-*-T R-*-T R-[ R-[•] R-K •-R-K-•-S R-[•]-D-M-T R-R-R R-N-T-S R-O-D-K R-*-R R-R-D[ R-T-S R R-S R-D-S R-R R-Z R-* R-K-T (see R-Q-T) R-M-S R-Q-T (see R-K-T) R-Q-T-A-S-S-R-* R-R-M R-R-M-T R-S-M-N[ R-T-M-N-W R-T-R

heading
HT 84.1

name (commodity?) in a list
HT 23a.4

name in the fourth list
HT 94b.6

heading
HT 87.1-2 (precedes MA-KA-RI-TE); HT 7b.1; HT 117b.1 (heading to third list)

first name in a three-name list
HT 17.1

first name in a three-name list
HT 19.1-2

name in a list
HT 53a.4

name in a list
ZA 22.3

logogram
HT We 1021g (RA+KA)

name?
SY Zb 7

name in the fourth list
HT 94b.5

name in a list
ZA 10b.5

name in a list
PK 1.6

name in a list
PH 2.1-2

word
HT Wc 3006b

heading or first name in a list
HT 113.1

name in a list
HT 6b.2

logogram
ARKH 4a.2; HT 27a.2, b.2, b.5, b.6; HT 41a.3 (modified by *304); KH 97a.1

ligature logogram (see DA+RE+SE)
HT 93a.1

name in a list
HT 85b.4

word
HT Wc 3012b

name in a list
HT 13.2; HT 88.1-2 (first list)

name in a list
HT 146.3

name in a list
HT 146.4

name in a list
HT 119.2

word
PO Zg 1

word+A-SA-SA-RA-*325
PO Zg 1

name in a list
HT 118.4

RI-RU-MA-TI (see RI-RU-MA; cf. WI-RA-RE-MI- name in a list (cf. Linear B we-ru-mata) TE, RU-MA-TA)
PH(?) 31b.4 HT 115a.6

RI-SU-MA[ RI-TA-MA-NU-WI RI-TA-RU

erased name in a list name in a list
HT 115a.1-2 (also see NU-WI)

name in a list

KH 6.4

logogram R R-R(=*504) R-E R-K R-Q R-S-R[] R R[ R-[••] R-D[ R-J R-J-T-D R-M[ R-M-T R-M-T-S R-M-[ R-P[]-*-M R-R R-S R-Z-N S S-*-R S-* S-*-M S-[ S-D S-J-M S-M S-M RO RO+RO(=*504) RO-E RO-KE RO-QA RO-SI-RA[] RU RU[ RU-[••] (RU-WA-DA?, RU-WA-U?; cf. RA-AUDE) RU-DI[ RU-JA RU-JA-TA-DI
HT Wa 1032-1121; HT Wb 2001-2002; PH Wc 39b; ZA Wa 36

logogram?
KH 18.4; KH Wa 1001g

word
PH 24

name in a list
HT 98a.4

name?
SY Za 11

name in a list
ZA 9.3-4

logogram
ZA 12a.2, 12b.2

logogram?
HT 3.4

name in a list
HT 128b.2 ZA Zb 34

word (name?)
KN Wc 26a

HT Wc 3008b

RU-MA[ (cf. RU-MA-TA, RI-RU-MA-TI, RU-MA- name in a list? HT 64.2 TA-SE) RU-MA-TA (cf. RI-RU-MA-TI, RU-MA-TA-SE, RU-MA[) RU-MA-TA-SE (cf. RU-MA-TA, RI-RU-MA-TI, RU-MA[) RU-MI-[ RU-PI[]-*305-MI RU-RA2 (SA-RA2?) RU-SA RU-ZU-NA SA SA-*301-RI SA-*315 SA-*323-MI SA-[ (SA-RA2?) SA-DI SA-JA-MA SA-MA SA-MA name in a list
HT 29.1 (first name); HT 99b.2-3 (last name)

name in a list
ZA 20.3

name in a list
ARKH 2.6

name in a list
PE 2.2

heading
HT 11b.1

name in the first list
HT 96a.3

name in a list
HT 11b.3-4

logogram
HT 27b.1, b.2, b.5, b.6; HT 97b (precedes *332); HT 114b.1 (precedes VINa)

name in a list
ZA 11b.1

word in a list
HT 49a.4 (suggested alternative for ]-*315, fourth name in a list)

name in a list
HT 29.4

heading
HT 56a.1

name in a list
HT 111b.1

name in a list
HT 31.3

name in a list
HT 6b.5-6; HT 10a.1; HT 52a.1; ZA 10b.3-4

heading
HT 52a.1

S-M-R

SA-MA-RO

name in the second list (cf. Linear B sa-ma-ra, masc. anthroponymn, sa-mari-jo)
HT 88.5-6

S-M-D-E S-P S-Q-R (see O-S-Q-R)

SA-MI-DA-E (cf. J/A-MI-DA-O/U) SA-PO SA-QE-RI (see O-SU-QA-RE)

name in a list
ZA 5a.3; ZA 15a.6-7

second name in a two-name list
HT 16.4

name in a list
HT 11b.4-5

name in a list S-R SA-RA2
HT 18.2; HT 28a.3, b.2; HT 30.1; HT 32.1; HT 33.1; HT 34.1-2; HT 90.1-2 (first of two names); HT 93a.4; HT 94a.3 (only name in second list); HT 99a.1 (first name); HT 100.4 (only name in second list); HT 101.3 (second name); HT 102.1-2 (first name, second word);

HT 105.3 (second? name); HT 114a.1-2 (second word, first name?); HT 121.2 (second name in a two-name list); HT 130.2 (second? name in first list)

S-R-R S-R-J S-R[ S-R S-R-Q[

SA-RA-RA SA-RE-JU SA-RI[ SA-RO SA-RO-QE[

name in a list (= SA-RA2)
HT 30.3

name in a list
HT 20.4-5

name in a list
ZA 21b.3

heading, name in a list
heading: HT 9a.1; name in a list: HT 17.2, HT 19.2, HT 42.2

name in a list
HT 73+62.2

name in a list S-R SA-RU
HT 86a.2 (erased); HT 94b.3 (name in third list); HT 95a.3, b.1 (same names); HT 123a.4-5 (first list, third name)

S-S-M S-T S S-K-N-S[ S-* S-K-T S-S-P S-S-T[ S-T-I-J S-W-AU-D

SA-SA-ME SA-TA SE SE-KA-NA-SI[ SE-*305 SE-KU-TU SE-SA-PA3 SE-SI-TA[ (cf. SI+SE, A-SE-SI-NA) SE-TO-I-JA (Linear B se-to-i-ja, "Archanes, Ioukhtas"?) SE-WA-AU-DE

name (commodity?) in a list
HT 23a.4-5

heading
HT 42.1 (suggested); HT 117a.7 (heading to second list)

logogram
HT Wc 3004b-3005b; KH 95.1

Libation Formula, word 4
SY Za 3

heading (third)
KH 7a.4

name in a list
HT 115a.3

name in a list
PH 2.4

word
PK Zb 19

placename
PR Za 1.b

word
ZA Zg 35

logogram S SI
HT 30.1; HT 106.2 (twice); HT 130.5 (second list, precedes *303); HT Wa 1175-1266; KH 7b.3; KH 11.6 (precedes *303); ZA Wb 37

name?, logogram? S[ S-[ S[]I S-[•]-N-T S-]R-T S-D=*528 SI[ SI-[ SI[]I SI-[•]-NE-TI SI-]RU-TE SI+DI=*528 SI+SE=*529 (JGY: or SE+SI; if so, cf. A-SE-SINA, SE-SI-TA) SI+TA2=*532 SI-DA-RE SI-DA-TE SI-DI-JA SI-DU-*034-KU-MI SI-KA SI-KA or KA-SI SI-KI-NE SI-KI-RA (see A-SI-KI-RA)
HT 51b.2; HT 154N.2; KH 18.3; KH 47.2; KN Zb 4

Libation Formula, word 7
PK Za 10

logogram
HT 34.1

name in a list
PK 1.1

Libation Formula word 7 (but at the beginning)
IO Za 14

word
KN Zg <21>

logogram
HT 42.1 (heading, precedes TE); HT 99b.1 (heading, precedes FIC); HT 116a.3 (precedes GRA); HT We 1021a

S-S S-T=*532 S-D-R S-D-T S-D-J S-D-*-K-M S-K S-K S-K-N S-K-R (see A-S-K-R)

KH 9.6 (precedes *304) name in a list
HT 17.3 (third name in a three-name list); HT 122a.5 (first list)

heading, SI-DA[-RE]+TE: "of/from"
ARKH 2.1 (cf. list name, A-SI-DA-TO-I)

name in a list
HT 126a.3

first name in a list
HT 110a.1

word
HT Wa 1014-1018

word
HT Wa 1027-1028

name in a list
HT 116a.5-6

name in a list (cf. Linear B si-ki-ro)

HT 8a.4

S-M S-M-T S-P-K S-R[ S-R S-R[-T S-R-[T S-R-M-R-T S-R-T S-R-T[

SI-MA SI-MI-TA SI-PI-KI SI-RE[ (PA-RE[?) SI-RU SI-RU[-TE SI-RU-[TE SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2 (for the ending, cf. KI-RI-TA2, SU-KI-RI-TA (toponymn, Sybrita), ]MA-TA-RITA[, Linear B ki-ri-ta) SI-RU-TE SI-RU-TE[

word
PH Zb 4

name in the first list (see Linear B simi-te-u)
HT 96a.2-3

name in a list
ZA 4a.6-7; ZA 5b.2; ZA 15a.5 HT 4.2

name in a list
HT 55a.2

Libation Formula word 7
IO Za 15; TL Za 1c

Libation Formula, word 7
PK Za 11.d

second name in a two-name list
HT 90.2-3

Libation Formula word 7
IO Za 2.2; KO Za 1c-d

Libation Formula word 7
VRY Za 1a-b

transaction word? S-S SI+SE
Ht 42[+]59.1-2: SI+SE TE OLE etc.; HT 99b.1: SI+SE FIC 6 etc.; HT 116a.3-4 apparently in contrast to or modifying TE (a.1); HT We 1021: SI+SE RA+KA

S-T S-T-T S-T S-T S-VIR-[•][ S-K-M-S S S[ S-[•][ S-P-R

SI-TE SI-TE-TU SI-TU SI-TU SI-VIR-[•][ SO-KE-MA-SE (cf. O-KA-MI-ZA-SI-I-NA) SU SU[ SU-[•][ SU+PA3+RA

heading (precedes DI-DI-[)
ZA 26a.1

name in a list
ZA 20.2

word
HT Wa 1019g

name in a list
ZA 20.3

heading
HT 72.1

name in a list
ZA 15a.7

logogram
KH 11.2; KH 22.1; MY Zg 1

logogram
HT 37.1

name in a list
HT 49a.3

word (related to SU+PU?) modifying VAS *402
HT 31.5

S-P S-D[ S-K-R-T S-K-R-T-I-J S-P-* S-P[ S-R T T[ T-[ T T[ T-T-R

SU+PU SU-DU[

word (related to SU+PA3+RA?) modifying VAS *415
HT 31.2

name in a list
HT 42.5

SU-KI-RI-TA (Linear B: su-ki-ri-ta; see SU-KI-RI- placename, "Sybrita" PH Wa 32 TE-I-JA; cf. SU-RU-MA-RI-TA) SU-KI-RI-TE-I-JA SU-PU2-*188 SU-PU2[ SU-RE TA TA[ TA-[ TA2 TA2[ TA2-TA-RE adjective based on SU-KI-RI-TA, q.v.
HT Zb 158b

name in a list
HT 8b.1

second name in a two-name list
HT 63.1

second name in a two-name list
HT 32.3

logogram
HT 94a.2; HT Wa 1267-1278; MA 4a.1 THE Zb/g 5; ZA 10b.6-7

name in a list
PH 3a.1

name in a list
HT 66.2; KH 16.3

name?, last word (summary? logogram?) in a list
HT 11a.5; KH 60.2

heading? first name (?) in a list
KH 29.1

name in a list
PK 1.2

T-T-T T-I-* T-I-N-M-P T-J T-K[ T-M-P[ T-N-M-J T-N-I-*-T T-N-I-*-U-T-N T-N-R-T-U-T-N T-N-S-T[]-K T-N-T T-N-T T-N-K T-N-N-K-N (cf. U-N-K- ) T-P T-R T-R-N T-S-Z T-T T-T-I-K-Z-R T-T

TA2-TI-TE (cf. TA-NA-TI) TA-I-*123 TA-I-NU-MA-PA TA-JA TA-KE[ TA-MA-PI[ TA-NA-MA-JE TA-NA-I-*301-TI TA-NA-I-*301-U-TI-NU TA-NA-RA-TE-U-TI-NU TA-NA-SU-TE[]-KE TA-NA-TE TA-NA-TI (cf. TA2-TI-TE) TA-NI-KA TA-NU-NI-KI-NA (cf. U-NA-KA- ; JA-KI-SI-KINU on ARKH Zf 9) TA-PA TA-RA TA-RI-NA TA-SA-ZA TA-TA TA-TE-I-KE-ZA-RE TA-TI

name in a list
PK 1.3

name in a list
HT 9a.4-5, 9b.4; HT 39.1 (first name)

name in a list
ZA 8.3-4

word (Olivier 1992a: "five")
HT Zd 156

name in a list
ZA 21a.4

name in a list
ZA 21a.6

word on clay rod
PE Zg 6

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
PS Za 2.2

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
IO Za 6

second or extended Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
IO Za 2.2

word (invocation?)
PR Za 1.a

ZA 10a.1 name in a list (cf. Linear B ]ta-na-ti, anthroponymn)
HT 7a.4; HT 10b.4; HT 98a.2

word
HT Wc 3004a-3005a

word
PL Zf 1

heading (precedes *505)
HT 104.1

name in a list
HT 89.3

name in a list
HT 10b.1-2

word
KN Zf 31

heading (second; follows I-JA-PA-ME)
KH 7a.3

word
KN Zf 31

name in a list
HT 26a.2; HT 97a.5

logogram, heading
HT 6a.1-2; HT 9a.1; HT 13.1-2; HT 14.1; HT 17.1; HT 19.1-2; HT 21.1-2; HT 40.1; HT 42.1 (modified by SI+SE, q.v.); HT 44b.1; HT 51a.1 (follows FIC); HT 52a.1; HT 62+73.1 (precedes VINa); HT 63.1 (follows *305); HT 67.3 (second heading [follows FIC], following a [mutilated] list ending in ]KU-RO); HT 70.1 (follows FIC); HT 92.1; HT 96a.5 (heading for second list, follows KU-MA-RO); HT 107.3; HT 116a.1; HT 133.1-2 (between A-DU and GRA+DA); HT Wa 1122-1146; KN Wc 48a; PH 12c (lat sin.); PH Wb 36; SAM Wa 1

T

TE

T-* T-* T-J-R T-K T-K T-M-D-I T-R T-S-D-S-K-I T-T T-T[]

TE-*123 TE-*301 TE-JA-RE TE-KE TE-KI TE-ME-DA-I[ TE-RI TE-SU-DE-SE-KE-I TE-TU TE-TU[]

name in a list
ZA 20.3

name in a list
HT 8a.3; HT 98a.3

name in the first list (cf. Linear B te-jaro, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 117a.5

name in a list
HT 85a.5

name in a list
HT 13.3-4, HT 122a.3 (first list)

word
THE tablet 5

name in a list
HT 91.5 (second name in a two-name list); PH(?) 31b.3

word
KN Zf 31

name in a list
HT 7a.5; HT 13.3

name in a list

HT 85b.2

T T[ T-[•]-I-S T-A T-D-T T-D-T-Q-T T-D T-D-N T-M-R-W-T T-N[ T-N-T T-N-J T-T-K T-T-K T-T-M T-*-R T-M T T[ T-[ T-J-M T-M

TI TI[ TI-[•]-I-SI TI+A TI-DA-TA TI-DI-TE-QA-TI TI-DU TI-DU-NI TI-MA-RU-WI-TE TI-NI[ TI-NI-TA TI-NU-JA TI-TI-KU TI-TI-KU TI-TI-MA TO-*049-RE TO-ME TU TU[ TU-[ TU-JU-MA TU-MA

logogram (transaction term?)
HT 119.3; MA 1c.1; ZA 12a.1, b.2

name in a list
MA 2b.2

PYR Wc 4a.1-2 logogram
HT 94a.2; HT 100.2

name in the second list
HT 123b.2

word
KN Zf 31

word
HT Zb 162

name in a list
HT 49a.4

name
HT 51a.2

name in a list
HT 51a.2

heading
HT 27a.1

heading or part of first name of second list (precedes NU-WI)
HT 115b.2

heading (place name?)
HT 35.1

final word in statement (name??, third after "invocation")
ZA Zb 3.2

word (name?)
PH Wc 40a

name in a list
PE 2.4

name in a list
PE 2.4

logogram
HT 49a.8; KH 91.3

logogram?
KH 51.2

name in a list
KH 2.1; PH(?) 31b.2

name in the first list
HT 117a.3-4

name in the third list
HT 94b.1

T-M-I

TU-ME-I

Libation Formula, word 3? (personal name?; if so, perhaps that of the JA-•KI-TE-TE-*307-PU2-RE)
PK Za 8a

T-M-T-Z-S T-N T-P-D-D T-Q-N[ T-Q-R-N T-R-N-S-M T-R-S (cf. A-T-R-S-T) T-S T-S-P U-*-S U-* U-*-Z U[

TU-MI-TI-ZA-SE (cf. MA-TI-ZA-I-TE) TU-NU TU-PA-DI-DA TU-QE-NU[ TU-QIf-RI-NA TU-RU-NU-SE-ME TU-RU-SA (cf. A-TU-RI-SI-TI) TU-SU TU-SU-PU2 U-*034-SI (cf. U-MI-NA-SI) U-*049 U-*325-ZA (cf. A-*325-ZA) U[

name in a list
ZA 14.3-4

word (name?)
KA Zf 1

name in the second list
HT 123b.3-4

name in a list
HT 25a.3

second name in a two-name list
HT 129.2-3

name in a list
HT 128a.1-2

Libation Formula, word 2 (placename, "Tylissos")
KO Za 1b-c

name in a list
PK 1.6-7

name in a list
HT 49a.7

heading (verb?)
HT 15.1; HT 140.1 (first list), 2 (second list)

name in a list
ZA 10b.2

name in a list
HT 10a.2, 10a.3; HT 85a.3

name in a list
ARKH 4b.2; HT 47a.3

U[ U-D-Z U-D-M U-J U-K-R U-M-N-S U-N-A U-N-K[-N-S U-N-K-N-S U-N-K-N-S[ U-N-R-K[ U-N-R-K-N-J-S U-N-R-K-N-T U-N-Q U-Q-T U-R-W U-S U-T U-T-I-S (see ]U-T-I-S) U-T-R U-T VIR-I VIR-* W W-* W/*131-M W-D-N W-D-N-M W-J-P-[] W-O-M W-P-T-N-R W-T-M-R W-W W W[ W-Z[ W-D-N

U[ U-DE-ZA U-DI-MI U-JU U-KA-RE U-MI-NA-SI (cf. U-*034-SI) U-NA-A U-NA-KA[-NA-SI U-NA-KA-NA-SI U-NA-KA-NA-SI[ U-NA-RU-KA[ U-NA-RU-KA-[NA]-JA-SI U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI U-NU-QIf U-QE-TI U-RE-WI U-SU U-TA2 U-TA-I-SE (see ]U-TA-I-SI) U-TA-RO (see O-TI-RO) U-TI VIR-I VIR-*329 WA = TELA? WA-*362 WA/*131-MI WA-DI-NI WA-DU-NI-MI WA-JA-PI-[] WA-O-MI WA-PI-TI-NA-RA2 WA-TU-MA-RE WE+WE WI WI[ WI+ZE[ WI-DI-NA

logogram?
HT 56a.2

HT 122a.1 (first name in the first list) name in the first list
HT 117a.4

heading?, first name in a list
ZA 7a.1

first word in a two-word heading
PE 1.1-2 (heading)

heading, verb? ("is assessed," "owes")
HT 28b.1-2; HT 117a.1-2 (heading to first list, follows MA-KA-RI-TE KI-RO)

word
KN Zb 40.2

Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
IO Za 9

Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
KO Za 1c; SY Za 2b

Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
TL Za 1b

Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
IO Za 16

Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
PK Za 12.c

Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
Libation Formula, word 5 (verb, plural) PK Za 11.c

name in a list
HT 26a.3-4

word
PL Zf 1

name in a list
HT 25a.2

name in the first list
HT 117a.2

first name in a list
HT 103.1

first name (heading?) in the fourth(?) list
KH 7b.2

heading
HT 116a.1

name in a list
HT 10b.1

name in a list
HT 11a.4; HT 93a.5-6

name in a list, heading
HT 128b.1

logogram
HT 16.2-3; HT 20.4-5

heading?, first name in a list
ZA 10b.1

word
ARG Zg 1 (stele)

word
HT Wc 3007-3008a

name in a list (cf. Linear B wa-du-na, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 6b.1-2; HT 85b.4-5

heading
HT 9b.1

word
HT Wc 3006a

word
PH Zb 5

name in a list
HT 128a.2

logogram (object? paid out)
KN Wc 23

logogram (meaning "absent"? vel sim.)
HT 102.3-4

logogram?
KH 37.1

logogram
KH 43.2

name in a list
HT 28b.5

word W-J-S-M-M-T-T-* (probably W-J-SM-T-T *319) W-N-D W-P-[•] WI-JA-SU-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319 (probably WI-JASU-MA-TI-TI *319; cf. MA-TE-TI) WI-NA-DU WI-PI-[•]
HT Zd 157 M. Valério suggests that the root -SU-MA-T- is related to the site Symi (JGY: cf. SY Za 2: JASU-MA-TU)

second name in a three-name list
KH 5.3

word (muddled Libation Formula word 6 [I-PI-NA-MA])
KN Zc 7

W-R-R-M-T W-S-S-N W-T-J-M W-T-R Z-[ Z-S-Z[ Z Z Z Z-*-D Z-*301-S-D-Q-*118 Z[ Z-D-R Z-D Z-R-N-M Z-S

WI-RA-RE-MI-TE (cf. RI-RU-MA-TI) WI-SA-SA-NE WI-TE-JA-MU WI-TE-RO ZA-[ ZA-SI-ZU[ ZE ZO ZU ZU-*022f-DI ZU-*301-SE-DE-QI -*118 (possibly ZU-*301-SEDE-QIf Talent) ZU[ ZU-DI-RA ZU-DU ZU-RI-NI-MA (ZU-U-NI-MA?; see I-*079-RI-NITA) ZU-SU
f

name in a list (cf. Linear B we-ru-mata)
ZA 9.6

first name in a three-name list
KH 5.2

word
PL Zf 1

word modifying I-TI, a name in a list
HT 25b.2

name in a list
ZA 9.1

name in a list
ARKH 4b.5

logogram
HT 16.4; HT Wa 1282-1321; KH Wa 10051010

logogram
THE Zb/g 5

logogram
HT 66.1 (heading, precedes VIR); HT 97a.5

name in a list
HT 101.1 (first name)

name in a list
ARKH 2.3-4

logogram
KH 91.2

word
HT Wc 3011-3012

name in a list
HT 99b.1

name?
KN Zb 52

name in a list
HT 1.2

signs *082 *086 *087

words/logograms beginning with signs not yet assigned phonetic values *082 *086 *087

supports logogram
KH Wa 1003, 1004

logogram?
HT 11b.2; HT 27a.2; HT 94a.1, b.5 (heading to fourth list)

logogram
HT 126b.2

*118

*118

logogram, "Talent" (weight, ca. 29.28 kg)
HT 12.4-5; HT 24b.1-2, 24b.2; HT 38.2-3; KN 2.2; SI Zg 1

*164a *164b *164c *164d *171 *180 *180[

*164a *164b *164c *164d *171 *180 *180[

logogram
KH Wc 2042-2044

logogram
KH Wc 2040

logogram
KH Wc 2041

logogram
KH Wc 2034-2039, 2045, 2111

logogram
THE Zb/g 5; ZA 6a.1

logogram
MA 4a.1; MA Wc 7;; PH 10; PH 13a

logogram
PH 15b

logogram *188 *188
HT 15.4; HT 56a.1; HT 103.3; HT 123b.1, b.23 (precedes *308); HT Wc 3009b; HT Wc 3013

*191

*191

logogram
KH Wc 2028

logogram *301 *301
HT 10a.2-3; HT 110b.5; HT 127b.6; HT Wa 1025-1026; HT Wa 1623-1844; HT Wa 18461848; KH 11.5-6; KH Wa 1011, 1012; KH Wa 1017; KN Wb 50; ZA Wa 38

logogram *304 *304
HT 12.2; HT 14.2, 4; HT 18.2; HT 21.3; HT 28a.5; HT 41a.3 (follows *305), a.3 (follows RE); HT 50a.3; HT 82b (modifying VAS *400); HT 90.4; HT 91.2; HT 92.2; HT 101.5; HT 116a.6, a.7, b.1; HT 125b.4; HT 129.2; HT 131a.4; KH 8.3; KH 9.6 (follows SI-TA2); PH 8a.2; PH 28b.2; PYR 2a.1

*304[ *304[]

*304[ *304[PA]

logogram
ZA 6a.8

logogram
KH 12.3 (modifying VAS *401)

logogram *305 *305
HT 33.4; HT 41a.3 (precedes *304); HT 45a.2 (follows *86), a.3 (follows *318), b.3 (follows *318); HT 63.1 (precedes TE);HT 89.1 (follows *307); HT 100.2; HT 132.2 (follows PA3)

*305[ *306 *306[ *307

*305[ *306 *306[ *307

heading, logogram (follows ]I)<="" td=""> logogram
KH 2.2 (precedes *303+E); KH 6.7; KH 11.3, 6

KH 47.3; KH 84.2; KH 87.2 logogram
HT 27a.1 (heading); HT 32.1 (heading); HT 89.1 (precedes *305); HT 127b.4; PE Zg 5

logogram *308 *308
ARKH 7.3; HT 23a.1; HT 32.1; HT 35.2; HT 123a.1-2, a.3-4, a.4-5, a.6-7, b.1 (follows *188); KH 12.1

*308[ *309a-D-P[] *309a-P-D-R-J-K *309a-R+[]-W-J *309a-R-J[ *309a-[][ *309a-[][ *309a[] *309a[] *309b-[]-P-P *309b-[•]-K-P *309b[ *309b[ *309c-D-[•]-J *309c-[]-R-K *312 *316 *317 *318 *318[ *319

*308[ *309a+DA+PU[] *309a+PA-DA-RU-JU-KI *309a+RI+[]-WA-JU *309a+RI-JU[ *309a+[][ *309a+[][ *309a[] *309a[] *309b+[]-PU-PI *309b+[•]+KI+PU *309b[ *309b[ *309c+DA-[•]-JU *309c+[]-RU-KA *312 *316 *317 *318 *318[ *319

logogram
KH 85.1

logogram
TY 2.2

name?
TY 2.2-3

logogram
TY 2.5

logogram
TY 2.3

logogram
TY 2.3

logogram
TY 2.3

logogram
TY 2.1

logogram
TY 2.1

logogram
TY 2.1

logogram
TY 2.2

logogram
TY 2.6

logogram
TY 2.6

logogram
TY 2.4

logogram
TY 2.5

logogram
ARKH 3a.5; HT 49a.6; HT 123b.1; KH 8.4

logogram
PH 1a.1, 1a.2

logogram
ARKH 3a.5; HT 96a.3 (follows *323)

logogram (precedes *305)
HT 45b.3

heading (follows DA-NA-SI)
HT 126a.1

logogram
HT 132.1; HT Zd 156

*320 *322 *323 *325

*320 *322 *323 *325

PH Wc 37 logogram
KH Wc 2026, 2027, 2098

logogram
HT 96a.3 (followed by *317), a.4 (precedes *344)

ending sign to A-SA-SA-RA
PO Zg 1

logogram, heading? *326 *326
HT 35.1 (heading, follows TI-TI-KU); HT 91.1 (first logogram, precedes GRA); HT 128a.1 (heading)

*326 *327 *328 *332 *334 *335[ *336 *338 *339 *343 *344 *346 *347[ *348 *365 *366 *367 *368 *369 *370 *371 *505 *508 *508[ *509 *510 *511 *521 *525 *526 *530

*326 *327 *328 *332 *334 *335[ *336 *338 *339 *343 *344 *346 *347[ *348 *365 *366 *367 *368 *369 *370 *371 *505 {TE+RO} *508 *508[ *509 *510 *511 *521 *525 *526 *530

logogram
KH 91.1

logogram
HT 97a.1-2; HT 119.1 (first sign)

logogram
logogram PH Wc 46; PH Zb <47>

logogram
HT 97b (follows SA); HT 107.3

logogram
KH 6.6; KH 7a.1 (follows A+KI)

logogram
KH 12.2

logogram
KH 14.2

logogram
logogram KH Wc 2067, 2068

logogram
PH 15a

logogram
HT 93a.7

logogram
HT 96a.4 (follows *323)

logogram, heading (between JE-DI and VIR)
HT 122b.1

logogram
KH 6.3

logogram
KH 11.3-4 (precedes *303)

logogram
HT Wa 1849

logogram
HT Wa 1850

logogram
HT Wa 1851

logogram
HT Wa 1852

logogram
HT Wa 1853

logogram
HT Wa 1854

logogram
KH Wa 1018

heading, logogram
HT 104.1

logogram
HT 23a.3, b.2; HT 32.2; HT 33.2; HT 34.4

logogram
HT 60.2

logogram
HT 23a.3; HT 34.4; HT 35.3; HT 45b.1, b.3

logogram
HT 12.3; HT 23b.2; HT 30.3; HT 32.1; KH 8.4

logogram
HT 12.6

logogram
HT 34.5, 6

logogram
HT 34.3

logogram
HT 33.3; HT 34.7

logogram
HT 23a.5

*531 *537 *539 *542 *545 *549[ *550 *551 *552 *554 *560[ *561 *606 ( = *301 + *311) *634

*531 {SI+ME} *537 *539 {JA+KA} *542 *545 *549[ *550 *551 *552 *554 {A+KA} *560 {MA-RU}[ *561 {MA+RU ME} *606 ( = *301 + *311) *634

logogram
HT 24b.1-2

logogram
HT 33.4

logogram
HT 24b.2

logogram
HT 89.2

logogram
HT 26b.3

logogram
HT 60.1

logogram
HT 23a.2, b.2; HT 32.2; HT 35.2; HT 81.1; KH 12.1; KH 36.1; KH 60.3

logogram
HT 37.1 (heading); KH 81.2

logogram
HT 33.3; HT 34.2

logogram modified by *118 ("Talent")
HT 38.2-3

logogram ("wool")
HT 24a.1

logogram (ME "wool")
HT 24a.2, a.3, a.4

logogram
ARM Zg 1 (stele)

logogram
HT 115b.4

logogram *638 *638
HT 36.1-2 (heading, between JE-DI and GRA+QE); HT 85a.1 (heading, between A-DU and VIR); HT 97a.1 (precedes VIR+KA)

*646 *648 *653[ *656 *656 *034-T-R *034-J-T-M[ *047 *047-K-N *047-N-R-J *086-*188 *086-R *086-S-*118-K *086-S-N *180-31B *180-31L *180-B *180-[•] *180-*339 *188-K *188-K *188-*086 *188-D-S

*646 *648 *653[ *656 *656 *034-TI-RI *034-JU-TE-MI[ *047 *047-KU-NA *047-NU-RA-JA *086+*188 *086-RO *086-SI-*118-KA *086-SI-NI *180+31B *180+31L *180+B *180+[•] *180-*339 *188+KU *188+KU *188-*086 *188-DU-SE [ (retrograde?; cf. SU-PU2-*188)

logogram
HT 33.4

logogram
HT 110b.1-2

logogram
HT 33.1

logogram
HT 26a.1

logogram
HT 26b.1

word
KN Zc 6

name in a list
ZA 6a.1-2

logogram
MA 1a.1, b1

heading (precedes VINa+SA)
ZA 15a.1

heading
HT 115a.1

logogram
HT 8b.5; KH Wc 2058-2062, 2106, 2117b

logogram
KH Wa 1013a+g-1016a+g

name in a list
HT 140.2 (or: *86-SI *118 [Talent] KA)

HT 140.1 (or: *86-SI FIC) logogram
MA 4a.1

logogram
MA 4a.1

logogram
MA 6a.1

logogram
MA 6c.1

logogram (precedes VIR)
PH 12a

logogram
HT 16.3

logogram
HT 20.5

name in a list
HT 26b.4

word

PSI Za 1

*188-D *188-D *188-D *301-N *301-*301 *301-*311

*188-DU *188-DU *188-DU *301-NA *301-*301 *301+*311

name in the second list
HT 123b.3

word
HT Wc 3020a

word (A-DU?)
HT We 1021a

logogram
KH 5.3

logogram
HT Wa 1029, 1030a+g

logogram
KH Wc 2046-2053, 2113, 2065, 2054, 2055

logogram *304-P *304+PA
HT Wc 3016b; HT Wc 3017b; HT Wc 3020b; HT We 1020a; HT Wa <1021bis>; KH 7b.3; KH 73.2

*304-P[ *305-R *305-W-N *306-T *306-T-J *306-T-J *309[ *312-T *312-T *312-T-T *316-R *317-K (=*640) *317-Q-*353 *318-[•][ *318-*306 *320-*320 olim *322-R *324-D-R *324-D-R *327-J *330-D *330-S *333-D-N-S-K *333-D-S-K *333-S-M *337-188 *352 *356 *355-E-*354 *501

*304+PA[ *305-RU *305-WA-NA *306-TU *306-TA-JE *306-TU-JA *309[ *312-TA *312-TA2 *312-TE-TE *316+RO *317+KI (=*640) *317-QE-*353 *318+[•][ *318-*306 *320-*320 olim *322-RI *324-DI-RA *324-DI-RA *327-JU *330+DA *330+SA *333-DI-NA-SU-KA (cf. *333-DI-SU-KA) *333-DI-SU-KA (cf. *333-DI-NA-SU-KA) *333-SA-MU *337+188 *352 *356[ *355-E-*0354 *501(Linear B*141 AURUM doubled?)

logogram
HT 100.1

name in a list
HT 10a.3-4

heading?, first name in a list
ZA 6a.1

name in a list
HT 9a.2-3, 9b.3; HT 119.4; HT 122a.6

ARKH Zc 8 name in a list
HT 115b.3

logogram
TY 2.6

name in a list
HT 10b.2

name in a list
ZA 6b.2-3

heading, second word
HT 26a.1

logogram
PYR 1.1-2

logogram
KH Wa 1001a

word
PH 9a

logogram
PH 8b.1

logogram
HT 94a.4

PH Wc 40a name in a list
HT 11a.3

name in a list
HT 9a.4, b.3

name in the first list
HT 122a.5

name in a list
HT 119.4

logogram
HT 22.1

logogram
HT 65.2

word
HT Wc 3010

word
HT Wc 3009a

word
MO Zf 1

logogram
KH Wc 2056, 2057

logograms
KH 99.1

word
PH 10

logogram
PYR Wc 4

consonants only [[*180]] [[*-U-R]] [[*317]] [[*545]] [[]S]] [[A-[...]-J]] [[A-K-R]] [[D-D]] [[K-N-S]] [[M]] [[R-S-M[]] [[S-R]] []*-R-* []J-T [•]-* [•]-K-T [•]-M-J [•]-N [•]-Q [•]-R-D[ [•]-R-T ]R-N-R[ [•]-T-S [•]-T-M-S [•-•]S-R [•••]-J [U-N-K-N-]S[ ]*086 ]*087[ ]*118 ]*-M[ ]*-M-N ]*131c ]*180 ]*180-[•] ]*180-[•] ]*180-B ]*188[ ]*301 ]*301-S[

incomplete words [[*180]] [[*301-U-RA]] [[*317]] [[*545]] ]SU [[A-[...]-JA]] [[A-KA-RU]] [[DI-DE]] [[KU-NI-SU]] [[ME]] [[RI-SU-MA[]] [[SA-RU]] []*309b+RI-JU []JA-TI [•]-JU [•]-KI-TA [•]-MA-JU [•]-NA [•]-QE (JA-QE?) [•]-RA2-DU[ (QA-RA2-DU?) [•]-RA2-TI (QA-RA2-TI?, ZU-RA2-TI?) ]RA-NA-RE[ [•]-TI-SA [•]-TU-ME-SE [•-•]SA-RA [•••]-JA [U-NA-KA-NA-]SI[ ]*086 ]*087[ ]*118 ]*118-MI[ (see ]*118-MI-NA) ]*118-MI-NA (see ]*118-MI[) ]*131c ]*180 ]*180+[•] ]*180+[•] ]*180+B ]*188[ ]*301 ]*301-SI[

texts logogram
MA 4b.1

erased name in a list
HT 115a.2

logogram
ARKH 3a.3

HT 127b.6 logogram?
HT 115a.7

name in a list
MA 4b.1

second heading
HT 86b.1

name in a list
HT 86b.3

first name in a (second) list
HT 86b.1-2

logogram?
ZA 21b.7

erased name in a list
HT 115a.6

second name in a second list
HT 86b.2

logogram
TY 2.6

Libation Formula word 2 or 3 (name)
PS Za 2.2

heading (follwed by VIR)
HT 68.1

name in a list
HT 29.4-5

name in a list
ZA 9.5

name in a list
KN 22c.1; PH 1a.1

word in a list
HT 37.6

heading
HT 49a.1

name in a list
HT 108.3

name in a list
HT 47b.1

heading (first word)
HT 31.1

name in a list
ZA 4a.4

heading
HT 62+73.1

word (variant on Libation Formula?
KN Za 18

] Libation Formula word 5 (verb)
IO Za 2.1

logogram precedes *305
HT 45a.2

logogram
HT 126b.3

logogram ("Talent")
HT 24b.1

name (logogram ("Talent"] + word?)
ZA 21a.7

word (or logogram ["Talent"] + word
KN Za 19.2

KH 60.2 MA 6b.1, 6d MA 6a.1 MA 6c.2 MA 6c.1M logogram
HT 98b.1

logogram
HT 55a.2; KH 84.2

logogram
TI Zb 1

]*302[ ]*303[ ]*304-[][ ]*304-[•] ]*304-P-D-*-K[ ]*305 ]*306 ]*-K-T ]*-Q-D[ ]-*-T-K-A-R[ ]*307[ ]*307[ ]*310 ]*307-*301[ =*637 ]*315 ]*316 ]*318 ]*328 ]*335[ ]*336[ ]*356 ]-* ]*-N[ ]*-[ ]*360[ ]*509 ]*547 ][[N]] ][•]-J[ ][•]-N ][•]-T-S-S-K ][••]-J ][••]-T-N[ ]-D ]-K ]-N ]-P[ ]A

]*303[ ]*303[ ]*304+[][ ]*304+[•] ]*304+PA-DA-*047-KU[ ]*305 ]*306 ]*306-KI-TA2 ]*306-QE-DU[ ]-*306-TI-KA-A-RE[ *307 ]*307[ ]*310 ]*307+*301[ =*637 ]*315 ]*316 ]*318 ]*328 ]*335[ ]*336[ ]*356 ]-*357 ]*358-NI[ ]*359-[ ]*360[ ]*509 ]*547 {TU+RO} ][[NA]] ][•]-JA[ ][•]-NA ][•]-TU-SE-SU-KI ][••]-JA ][••]-TA-NE[ ( [•]-*34-TA-NE?) ]+DU ]+KU ]+NE ]+PA[ ]A

logogram (OLE)
THE fragment 3?

logogram (OLE)
THE fragment 2, 3?

logogram
KH 85.3

logogram
KH 37.1, 2

name in a list
HT 127a.3

logogram
HT 57b.1; HT 126b.1

logogram
KH 4.2; KH 19.1(precedes VIR+*307)

name in the second list
HT 122b.2

name in a list
2.3

name?
HT 4.1

logogram
HT 19.1 (ligatured with VIR, follows *306)

logogram
HT 5.1

logogram
KN 28a.3

logogram
KH 42

logogram?
KH 82.3

logogram
KH 91.2; PH 8b.1

logogram precedes *305
HT 45a.3

logogram (precedes *180)
PH 13a

logogram
KH 44.2

logogram
KH 82.4

logogram
PH 13b

logogram
name in a list PH 15b

name in a list
PH 16a.2

logogram
PH 17a

logogram
PH 17b

logogram
HT 33.2; HT 60.3

logogram
HT 47a.1

logogram
ARKH 1 b.4

heading?, first name in a list
KH 90.1

name in a list
HT 62+73.2

word (name?)
HT Zb 158a

word
KN Za 18

name in a list
HT 135b.1

logogram
HT 39.6

logogram
HT 39.6

logogram
PH(?) 31a.3

logogram
KH 6.5

logogram
HT 97a.6

]-A ]A[ ]A-[]-N ]A-J[ ]A-M-* ]A-N-T-*-W-J[ ]A-N[ ]A-P-[ ]A-P-[ ]A-R-J-U-D-Z ]A-R[ ]A-S-S-R-M ]A-S-R-Z[ ]A-S-M-*[ ]A-T-I-*-W-J ]D+* ]D-I[ ]D-R ]-D ]D-M ]D-N ]D ]-D ]D-[ ]D-J-I ]D-K ]-D-N ]D-N-[ ]D-P-J[ ]D-R-D-N (cf. D-R-D-N) ]D ]D ]D-N-M ]D-P-T-W ]D-R ]D-R-Z ]D-R-Z-S-[ ]-D-R

]-A ]A[ ]A-[]-NE ]A-JA[ ]A-ME-*123 ]A-NA-TI-*301-WA-JA[ ]A-NU[ ]A-PA-[ (]A-PA-*118?) ]A-PA3-[ ]A-RA-JU-U-DE-ZA ]A-RE[ (A-RE-SA-NA?) ]A-SA-SA-RA-ME ]A-SE-RE-ZA[ ]A-SU-MI-*118 [ ]A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA ]DA+*301=*503 ]DA-I[ ]DA-RA ]-DE ]DE-MI ]DE-NU (DE-PA3?) ]DI ]-DI ]DI-[ ]DI-JA-I ]DI-KI ]-DI-NA ]DI-NA-[ ]DI-PA-JA[ ]DI-RA-DI-NA (cf. DI-RE-DI-NA) ]DU ]DU ]DU-NE-MI ]DU-PI-TE-WA ]DU-RA

word on a pithos
PE Zb 7

logogram
ARKH 1 a.; PH 27.2; PH(?) 31a.1

word
PK Za 12.c

word
PE Zc 4

name in a list
KH 53.1

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
IO Za 8

word
PE Zb 1

name in a list
KN 32a.1

name in a list
PH 28a.1

name in the second list
HT 122b.3

word
THE Zb 4

Libation Formula word 4 (name)
IO Zb 10

name in a list
KH 13.2

name in a list
ARKH 1 a.4

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
SY Za 1

name in a list
KH 18.4

name in a list
KH 13.4

name in a list
PH 7b.2

heading or first name in a list
HT 98a.1

name in a list
ARKH 4b.3

heading
HT 11b.1

logogram?
HT 66.2

name in a list
HT 122a.3

word
KN Zb 35

name in a list
HT 29.3

name? in a list
ZA 27.2

name in a list
KH 59.3

name? in a list
HT 3.1

name in a list
PH 7a.1

first name in a list
PH 1a.1

name in a list
HT 47a.3; HT 122a.7 (first list)

logogram?
ZA 31

name in a list
HT 127a.2

name in a list
MA 10b.1

name in a list
MA 2a.1

]DU-RE-ZA (SE-RE-ZA?; cf. DU-RE-ZA-SE, ]DU- name in a separate entry KH 20.4 RE-ZA-SE[) ]DU-RE-ZA-SE-[ (cf. DU-RE-ZA, DU-RE-ZA-SE) name in a list
ZA 20.1-2

]-DU-RI

name in a list
PH(?) 31b.2

]-D-R-T ]E-K-R ]I ]-I ]I-D ]I-D[ ]I-J-R-D-J ]I-K[ ]I-K-R ]I-M[ ]I-M-S-R ]I-P-N-M ]I-S ]J ]J[ ]J[ ]J[ ]-J-[ ]J-D-K-T-T-D-P-R[ ]J-M-U-T ]J-P-Q ]-J-P ]-J-Q ]J-R ]J-R ]J-R-M-N ]-J-S[ ]J-S[ ]J-S-D-R[ ]-J-S ]J-U-P-M-I-D-*-D[ ]J ]-J ]-J ]J-R[ ]K ]K

]-DU-RI-TE (]TA-DU-RI-TE?) ]E-KU-RU ]I ]-I ]I-DA ]I-DA[ ]I-JA-RE-DI-JA ]I-KI[ ]I-KI-RA ]I-MA[ ]I-MI-SA-RA ]I-PI-NA-MA ]I-SI ]JA ]JA[ ]JA[ ]JA[ ]-JA-[ ]JA-DI-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE[ (cf. A-DI-KI-TETE-DU-[•]-RE) ]JA-MA-U-TI ]JA-PA-QA ]-JA-PI (]*306-JA-PI?) ]-JA-QE ]JA-RA ]JA-RE ]JA-RU-MA-NE[ (cf. JA-RE-MI) ]-JA-SA[ ]JA-SI[ ]JA-SI-DA-RA[ ]-JA-SU ]JA-U-PA-MA-I-DA-•-DI[ ]JE ]-JE ]-JU ]JU-RA[ ]KA ]KA

name?
HT 4.2

name in a list
ZA 11a.3-4

logogram
HT 70.3; HT 79+83.1 (heading, precedes *305); KH 7a.2 (precedes *303+E)

name in a list
KH 59.2

placename (Ida)
PK Za 17

word (placename Ida?)
NE Za 1

variation on Libation Formula word 7
IO Za 5

name in a list?
HT 49b.

name in a list
HT 25a.5

name? in a list
ZA 6b.5

name in a list
HT 27a.3

Libation Formula word 6
IO Za 15; VRY Za 1a-b

second name in a two-name list
KH 9.3

name in a list
PH 1a.2

word
KN Zb 35

logogram?
ZA 32

Libation Formula, extra word between words 5 and 8
PK Za 12.d

word
AP Za <3>

placename (Dikte) plus DU-PU2-RE ("master"))
PK Za 15

name in a list
MA 2c.2

Libation Formula, word 8
PK Za 12.d

name in a list
ARKH 3b.1

word (variant of Libation Formula, word 8 [I-NA-JA-PA-QE])
KN Za 17

word (name?)
KN Wc 30

name in a list
ARKH 1 b.1

name in a list
PH 7a.3

name in a list
PH 16b.1

PE Zc 4 name in a list
PH 7a.4

name in a list
KN 32b.3

word
PK Za 9.2

KH 56.1 name in a list
KH 50.2

word
KN Zb 4

mutilated text
HT 80.1

heading?, first name (?) in a list
KH 36.1

logogram?
HT 79+83.1; HT 93a.9; HT 140.5

]K-I-K[ ]K-J-[ ]-K-N ]K-R[ ]K-T-R[ ]-K ]-K-J-M[ ]K-*

]KA-I-KA[ ]KA-JE-[ (]KA-JE-KO?) ]-KA-NE (]RI-KA-NE?) ]KA-RA2[ ]KA-TA-RE[ ]-KE ]-KE-JU-MI[ ]KI-*310

word (name?) name in a list
KN 22a.2

first name in a list
ARKH 3a.1

name in a list
HT 139.3

name in a list
KH 41.2

name in a list
KH 99.3

word
KN Za 19.1

word (perhaps modifying KU-*305>) in a list
HT 27a.4-5

logogram ]K[ ]K-[] ]K-M-R[ ]K-N ]K-R-T-N ]K-R ]K-S-N ]K-A-D-W ]K ]K[ ]K-K[ ]K-M-R ]K-M-T ]K-M-N-Q[ ]K-N[ ]K-P-N ]K-R[ ]K-R-J ]K-R ]K-Z-N[ ]M ]M[ ]M-[•] ]M-A ]M-R ]M-R-R= *562 ]M-D ]-M-I[ ]M-R-R-M-D[ ]KI[ ]KI+[] ]KI-MI-RA2 [ ]KI-NU ]KI-RE-TA-NA ]KI-RO ]KI-SA-NE (cf. MI-KI-SE-NA, ]MI-KI-SA-NE[) ]KO-A-DU-WA ]KU ]KU[ ]KU-KA[ (DU-KA?) ]KU-MA-RO ]KU-ME-TA ]KU-MI-NA-QE[ ]KU-NI[ ]KU-PA3-NU ]KU-RE[ ]KU-RE-JU ]KU-RO ]KU-ZU-NA[ ]MA ]MA[ ]MA+[•] ]MA+A ]MA+RU ]MA+RU-RE = *562 ]MA-DI ]-MA-I[ ]MA-RE-RI-MI-DE[
ARKH 1 a.1; THE small fragment 1; ZA 21b.2; ZA 26a.3

logogram
TY 3a.7

name in a list
HT 54a.3

name in a list
ARKH 3a.4

2nd heading
HT 2.3

heading (a list of deficits?)
HT 55a.1

name in a list
KH 6.2

name in a list
TY 3a.6

logogram
ARKH 3a.6; HT 45b.2; HT 154A.4

part of a name?, logogram?
HT 40.4; HT 49b.1; HT 73+62.1; KH 49.2

MI 2.2 heading or only name in the second list (precedes TE)
HT 96a.5

name in a list
HT 51b.1

name in a list (cf. Linear B ku-mi-no, masc. anthroponymn)
HT 54a.2

name in a list
HT 79+83.3

name in a list
HT 3.6

name in a list
HT 53b.4

name in a list
HT 39.2

"total"
HT 39.5; HT 46a.2; HT 67.2; HT 74.2; HT 130.4 (totals first list)

heading
HT 64.1

logogram?
ZA 29.1

logogram
HT 140.3; KH 62.1; ZA 21a.4

ligature, logogram
PH 3a.1

ligature, logogram
PH 3a.2

ligature, logogram
PH 3a.3

logogram ("wool"+RE)
KH 43.1

name in a list
HT 3.1; HT 69.2

word
IO Za 13

name in a list
PH 30.2

]M-R-A ]M-S ]M-S-M ]M-T-R-T[ ]M-T-R ]M[ ]M ]M[ ]-M-[ ]M-D ]M-J ]M-K-S-N[ ]M-N[

]MA-RU-A ]MA-SI ]MA-SU-MI ]MA-TA-RI-TA[ ]MA-TE-RE ]ME[ ]MI ]MI[ ]-MI-[ ]MI-DA ]MI-JA ]MI-KI-SA-NE[ (cf. MI-KI-SE-NA, [KI-SA-NE) ]MI-NA[

word
TY Zg 1

name?
HT 5.2

KN 22c.1 name in a list
KH 90.2

name in a list
PH 15a

ZA 21a.1 logogram?
HT 135a.4

logogram?
ZA 20.2

heading?
HT 113ter.1

heading or (first) name in a list
HT 27b.1

word
SY Za 5

name in a list
ARKH 1 a.6

heading
KH 79+89.1

]-M-N-M

]-MI-NU-MI

last word/name in a list (but no logogram or number follows); perhaps the word precedes the reverse .b1: [•]RA-NA-RE
HT 47a.6

]M-R[ ]M-T ]M-T ]-M-T ]M-*[ ]M[ ]M-R ]N ]N[ ]-N[ ]-N[ ]N-[ ]N-[•]D-D[ ]N-A-P ]N-K ]-N-M ]N-S

]MI-RE[ ]MI-TA ]MI-TI ]-MI-TU ]MU-*312[ ]MU[ ]MU-RU ]NA ]NA[ ]-NA[ ]-NA[ ]NA-[ (]NA-MI?) ]NA-[•]DA-DA[ ]NA-A-PA3 ]NA-KI ]-NA-MA ]NA-SI

name? in a list
ZA 23.2

name in a list
HT 128a.3

last name in a list
HT 61.1

name in a list
HT 135a.2

mutilated text
HT 78.1

logogram?
HT 23b.2

name in a list
HT 46a.1

logogram
HT 64.2

name in a list?
KH 97a.2

name in a list
KH 36.2

word (name?)
KN Wc 42

name?
HT 154C.1

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
IO Za 11

word
KN Zb 20

name in a list
KH 92.2

Libation Formula, word 6
TL Za 1c

Libation Formula, word 5 (probably UNA-RU-KA-NA-SI, verb: "dedicates")
AP Za 2.1

heading ]N ]N ]N ]N-M-N ]-N-T[ ]N ]NE ]NE ]NE ]NE-MI-NA ]-NI-TA [ ]NU
HT 52b.1; HT 127b.2; KH 7a.1 (or first name in a list)

name in a list
KH 7a.1; PH(?) 31b.3

logogram
ARKH 1 a.5; HT 127b.2; HT Zd 156

name in a list
HT 135a.1

first name in a list
ARKH 4a.1

logogram
HT 62+73.6

]N ]N ]-N-R-J[ ]N-T[ ]N-T ]-N-T ]O[] ]P ]P[ ]P-[?] ]P[ ]-P-D-N ]P-N-T ]P-S-J ]P-T ]P ]P-[•]-S[ ]P-M-N-T ]P-M ]P-P ]P-D-P ]P-R ]P-R-J ]-P ]-P-M-K[ ]P-R[ ]Q ]Q-*-S ]Q-[]-P ]Q-K-T[ ]Q-N[ ]-Q-R ]Q ]Q[ ]Q-K ]Q-T ]Q-T ]R

]NU ]NU ]-NU-RI-JA[ ]NU-TE (NU-RE?, NU-I?)[ ]NU-TI ]-NU-TI ]O[] ]PA ]PA[ ]PA+[?] ]PA3[ ]-PA-DA-NI ]PA-NA-TU

logogram
KH 3.1

Libation Formula, word 1? (invocation)
PK Za 8.a

word
PK Zc 13

name?
HT 154J.2

second name? in a two-name list
HT 84.2

heading?, first name in a list?
ZA 9.1

logogram
HT 144.1

logogram
ZA 16.4

name in a list
PH 3a.4

ZA 21a.6 logogram
ARKH 1 b.2

word
KH 79+89.3

name in a list
KH 7b.2-3

]PA-SE-JA (PI-SE-JA?; cf. I-PA-SA-JA, PA-SE-JA, name in a list HT 93a.8 PA-SA-RI-JA) ]PA-TA ]PI ]PI-[•]-SE[ ]PI-MI-NA-TE (cf. PI-*034-TE) ]PI-MU ]PI-PU3 ]PO-DI-PA3 (]A-DI-PA3? [cf. PK Zb 25]) ]PU2-RA2 ]PU2-RE-JA ]-PU3 ]-PU-MA-KU[ ]PU-RA[ ]QA ]QA-*118-SA ]QA+[]+PU ]QA-KI-TI[ ]QA-NE[ ]-QA-RU (QA-QA-RU?) ]QE ]QE[ ]QE-KA (see QE-KA) ]QE-TI ]QE-TU ]RA first word of a two-word phrase (precedes A-RA[)
KH 79+89.2

name in a list
HT 47a.3-4

name in a list
ZA 4a.2

Libation Formula, variation on word 6, I-PI-NA-MA
AP Za 2.2

name in a list
ZA 21a.2

name in a list
ARKH 3b.2

name in a list
KN 22b(=lat.sup.to a)

name in a list
ZA 6a.6

word (adjective of PU2-RA2?)
ZA Zb 34

name in a list
PH 26

name in a list
HT 139.1

word (name?)
KN Zb 54

AP Za 2.2 name?
HT 70.2

logogram
KH 94.1

list
SKO Zc 1 frag. 2

name in a list
KH 47.1

name in a list
HT 104.3, HT111a.2

name in a list
HT 27a.4

logogram?
HT 146.2

name in a list
HT 111a.2

name in a list
HT 126b.3

name in a list
HT 41a.2

logogram
HT 147.2; KH 14.1; KH 47.3 (end of a name?);

ZA 11b.3

]-R ]-R ]R[ ]R-K-T-N-S[ ]-R-M-S ]R-M[ ]R-R ]R-T-[ ]R ]-R ]-R ]R[ ]R[ ]-R-I-K ]R-J-[ ]R-S[ ]R-T ]-R-T ]-R-T ]R-Z ]-R ]R-J ]R-S-M ]R ]-R ]-R-N ]-R[ ]R-D-[ ]R-I-K ]R-N ]R-N ]S-M-T ]S-N[ ]-S-P ]S-R ]S-R-D ]S ]S-I

]-RA ]-RA ]RA2[

heading
KH 29.1

name in a list
ZA 9.2

name?
HT 125a.1; HT 130.3 (first list)

]RA-KI-TA-NA-SI[ (cf. KI-TA-NI-TE, KI-TA-NA- heading KH 60.1 SI-JA-SE) ]-RA-MA-SI (cf. RI-MI-SI) ]RA-ME[ ]RA-RI ]RA-TE-[ ]RE ]-RE ]-RE ]RE[ ]RE[ ]-RE-I-KE ]RE-JA-[ ]RE-SU[ ]RE-TA2 ]-RE-TE ]-RE-TI ]RE-ZA ]-RI ]RI-JA ]RI-SU-MA ]RO ]-RO name in a list
ZA 11a.2-3

Libation Formula, word 4
PK Za 12.b

heading to first list
HT 122a.1

word
ZA 19

logogram
HT 32.4; HT 66.2; HT 109.1

name in a list
ARKH 4b.2

name in a list
KH 6.6

logogram
KH 8.1

logogram?
HT 51a.3

word
PS Za 2.1

list
TRA Zb 1

word in a list
HT 37.2

name in a list
HT 125b.3

name in a list
HT 42.6

name in a list
MA 2b.1

first name in a list
KH 86.1

name in a list
HT 49a.3

name in a list
HT 55b.2

name? in a list
HT 81.2

name in a list
KH 99.2; ZA 1b.1-2

name in a list
HT 110b.1 HT 26b.2

]-RO-NI (PA-RO-NI? [cf. PA-RO-SE], TE-RO-NI?) name in a list ]-RU[ ]RU-DI-[ ]RU-I-KO ]RU-NA ]RU-NI ]SA-MA-TI ]SA-NE[ ]-SA-PU ]SA-RA2 ]SA-RA-DI ]SE ]-SE-I name in a list
KH 49.1; MA 10a

name in a list
HT 141.2

third name in a three-name list
HT 24a.5

first name in a list
KN 2.1

name in a list
HT 25a.2

name in a list
HT 39.3

name in a list
HT 53a.1

name in a list
KN 32b.2

name in a list
HT 125a.4 (second name)

name in a list
HT 27a.5

part of a name in a list?, logogram?
HT 51a.2; KH 28.2

name in a list?

KH 97b.1

logogram ]S ]S ]-S ]S-*-M ]S[ ]-S[ ]S-[ ]S[]S-Z-N-* ]S-D ]S-I-S ]S-N-[ ]S-N-[ ]S-P[ ]S-R ]S-R-T ]S-T-R-R ]S ]S-J-T[ ]-S-P-[ ]T ]T ]T ]-T ]-T ]-T ]T[ ]T-[ ]T ]T-M[ ]T-N-T ]-T-N-M-T ]T-P ]T-P-S-D ]T-U-[ ]T ]T ]T ]SI ]SI ]-SI (]NA-SI?) ]SI-*301+MI ]SI[ ]-SI[ ]SI-[ ]SI[]SI-ZA-NE-*310 ]SI-DU ]SI-I-SI ]SI-NA-[ ]SI-NI-[ ]SI-PU[ ]SI-RA ]SI-RU-TE ]SI-TU-RA2-RE (]SU-DU-RI-TE?) ]SU ]SU-JU-TA[ ]-SU-PA-[ ]TA ]TA ]TA ]-TA ]-TA ]-TA ]TA[ ]TA-[ ]TA2 ]TA-MI[ ]TA-NA-TI ]-TA-NU-MU-TI ]TA-PI ]TA-PI-SI-DI ]TA-U-[ ]TE ]TE ]TE
HT 106.4; HT 130.1; KH 22.2; KH 76.1; PH 3b.2, b.4

Libation Formula, word 5 (verb)
PK Za 10

heading
KH 74.1

name in a list
KH 74.2

name? logogram?
HT 154N.1

name in a list?
ZA 16.2

Libation Formula, word 2
PK Za 12.b

word
KN Zf 31

name in the second list
HT 123b.4-5

heading? first name (?) in a list
KH 51.1

name in a list
KH 40

word
THE Zb 1

word
HT Zb 161

name in a list
HT 49a.5

Libation Formula word 7
SY Za 3

name in a list
HT 3.5 (possibly ]SI-TU-RI-RE)

logogram
KH 24.1; KH 63.1; ZA 16.4

name in a list
KN 22a.1

name in a list?
ZA 13.1

logogram
ARKH 4a.2; HT 109.2; HT 154A.4; PH 7b.1; PL Zf 1

word
PL Zf 1

name in a list
ARKH 4a.2

heading
HT 42.1

name in a list
KH 8.2

name in a list
KH 50.1

part of a name in a list?, logogram?
HT 49b.2; ZA 24b

name in a list
KH 64.1

name in a list
HT 137.1

name in a list
HT 66.2

first name in a list
HT 49a.2

variant on Libation Formula, word 1
KN Za 10a-b

heading? first name in a list
ARKH 1 a.1

name?
HT 4.4

word
KH 52.2

logogram
ARKH 3a.5; KN 28b.2; ZA 21a.4

Libation Formula, word 2 (personal name)
PK Za 18

word (name?)

KN Wc 48

]-T ]T[ ]T-[ ]T-J[ ]-T-N-R[ ]T-R[ ]T-T-[ ]T-Z ]T ]-T ]T-[ ]T-N-[ ]-T-N ]T-S ]T ]T ]T[ ]T-[•] ]T-M-I ]T-M-P-J[ ]T-P-[ ]T-P-R ]U-* ]U-D-R-K[ ]U-K[ ]-U-N-K[ ]U-N-K-N-S[ ]-U-N-N ]U-T-I-S (see U-T-I-S) ]W[ ]-W-D ]W-J[ ]W-S[ ]-Z ]Z-* ]Z[ ]Z ]Z

]-TE ]TE[ ]TE-[ ]TE-JA[ ]-TE-NU-RE[ ]TE-RI [ ]TE-TE-[ ]TE-ZU ]TI ]-TI ]TI-[ ]TI-NA-[ ]-TI-NU ]TO-SA ]TU ]TU ]TU[ ]TU-[•] ]TU-ME-I (see TU-ME-I) ]TU-ME-PA-JA[ ]TU-PA-[ ]TU-PA-RI ]U-*049 ]U-DI-RI-KI[ ]U-KI[ ]-U-NA-KA[ ]U-NA-KA-NA-SI[ ]-U-NA-NA ]U-TA-I-SI (see U-TA-I-SE) ]WI[ ]-WI-DU ]WI-JA[ ]WI-SA ]-ZA (]RE-SA?) ]ZA-*321 ]ZA[ ]ZO ]ZU

name in a list
HT 55b.1

logogram
KN 32b.1; ZA 29.2

logogram?
PH 27.1

list
PYR Zb 5

name in a list
KH 6.1

name in a list
ARKH 6.2

heading?, first name? in a list
ZA 23.1

name in a list
PH 13c

name in a list
MA 2b.2

name in a list
PH 30.1

name in a list
PH 16b.2

name in a list
PH 16a.1

Libation Formula word 1 (invocation)
IO Za 11

word
PK Za 16

logogram?
HT 55a.3; HT 98a.2

name in a list
HT 126b.4

logogram?
KH 57.1; ZA 12b.1

name in a list
HT 79+83.2

Libation Formula, word 2 (personal name)
PK Za 14.a-b

name? heading?
HT 154A.1

name in a list
HT 112a.2

name in a list
HT 79+83.2

name in a list
HT 126a.4

name in a list
PH 7a.2

name in a list
HT 58.3

Libation Formula, word 5 (verb)
PK Za 20

Libation Formula, word 5 (verb)
PK Za 8.b

name in a list
MA 2c.1

name in a list
KH 16.2

word
KN Zb 35

name?
HT 5.3

PH 18a.1 name in a list
HT 113.2-3

KH 22.1 heading?, first name in a list?
TY 3a.1

logogram
KH 94.2-3

logogram?
KH 57.2

logogram
HT 63.2; HT 79+83.3

]Z-D ]Z-J-P

]ZU-DU ]ZU-JU-PU2

name in a list
HT 51b.2

name in a list
HT 25a.4

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Linear A Texts in phonetic transcription
Other Texts (not Haghia Triada)
inaugural date: 1 January 2000; last update: 27 May 2012

APODOULOU
AP Za 1 (HM 2478) ( GORILA IV: 2-3), Libation Table, serpentine (Villa [MM III-LM I]) JA-TA-I-*301-U-JA • [

AP Za 2 (HM 2479+2480) ( GORILA IV: 4-5), cylindrical jar, serpentine (Villa [MM III-LM I]) .1: ]NA-SI • I-PI-NA-MA [ • • • • • • ] I -KU-PA 3 -NA-TU-NA-TE [ .2: ]PI-MI-NA-TE • I-NA-JA-RE- TA [ • • • ]-QA • .1: GORILA perhaps: ] I -KU-PA 3 -NA-TU-NA-TE[. Cf. KU-PA3-NA-TU (HT 47a.1-2; HT 119.3). .2: ]PI-MI over [[ ]]. JGY: If KU-PA3-NA-TU-NA-TE is a personal name (vel sim.), then all these words fit into the Libation Formula; I thus reverse the order of the two fragments: : 1. invocation, placename]• KU-PA 3 -NA-TU-NA-TE[ JA-SA-SA-RA U-NA-RU-KA-]NA-SI • : 2. I-]PI-MI-NA-TE • I-NA-JA-RE- TA [ ]QA •

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

ARGOS
ARG Zg 1 (Nafplion Museum?) (E. Protonotariou-Deilaki, "Burial Customs and Funerary Rites in the Prehistoric Argolid." In: Celebrations of Death & Divinity , edited by R. Hägg & GC Nordquist, 69-83, fig. 28 [Stockholm 1990]). Grave Stele fragment from Argos, Tumulus C, gr. II. WA/*131-MI

ARKALOKHORI
AR Zf 1 (Boston Mus. 58.1009) (GORILA IV: 142, 162), gold ax AR Scribe 1 I-DA-MA-TE

AR Zf 2 (HM 626) (GORILA IV: 143), silver ax AR Scribe 2 I-DA-MA-TE[

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

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

number

fraction

2

J

3[

8 ]]

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

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

ARKH 3 , page tablet (HM 1675) (GORILA III:8-11) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) ARKH Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram a.1 ]-KA-NE GRA[ a.2 a.2 OLIV a.2 VINb a.3 a.3 [[*317 a.4 ]KI-NU GRA a.5 ] TE a.5 *317 a.5 *312 a.6 ]KU b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.6 ]-JA-PI ]PI-PU 3 ] vacat OLE ]VINa ] vacat [ a.1 or: ] RI -KA-NE. GRA GRA OLE [

number

"fraction" ]D D

3 2[ ]2 2 ]] 13[ 2 2 2[ 3 6[ 1[]

]2 4 1

[

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

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

number fraction

5 4 5

10 10 ]9 3 ]3

ARKH 5 , page tablet (HM 1674) (GORILA III: 16-17) (Kapetanaki Street, LM IB context) side.line statement logogram number fraction .1 A-DU-NI- TA -NA 41 [ .2 ]7 .2 A-DA- RO GRA 40 [ .3 VINb 6 .3 A-[ infra mutila 3: VINb over [[ ]], perhaps GRA. all three names begin with AThe similar amounts may not be coincidental; since .1 has no logogram, it may count people, which might imply similar amounts, people & VINb.

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

number

fraction

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

number

"fraction"

D

ARKH Zc 8 (HM 21.172; Sakellarakis 1975; Sakellarakis & Sakellarakis 1997, I: 332, fig. 295), painted larnax rim from "the upper burial level of Tholos Tomb E," EM II-MM IA context (in Sakellarakis 1975), Protopalatial (in Sakellarakis & Sakellarakis 1997, 332). * 306 -TA-JE
In the illustration in 1997, fig. on p. 332, the first sign looks like a pictogram of a bull-head with double horns; the authors suggest *306. See *306-TA-JA, HT 115b.3.

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

JA-KI-SI-KI-NU , MI-DA-MA-RA 2 , For JA-KI-SI-KI-NU, cf. QA-KI-SE-NU-TI (CR (?) Zf 1), SI-KI- NE (HT 116a.5-6), and A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1).

ARMENOI
ARM Zg 1 (Rethymnon Mus. S.179; LM II/III A1-IIIA 1-2 context), sealstone ( CMS V Suppl. IB, no. 310. *301+*311 {*606}

CRETE
CR (?) Zf 1 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 9675) (GORILA IV: 146-147, 162), gold pin (LM IA stylistic date); reverse carries a long, wavy tendril to which are attached opposing clusters of trefoil flowers or leaves (cf. KN Zf 1) A-MA-WA-SI • KA-NI-JA-MI • I-JA • QA-KI-SE-NU-TI • A-TA-DE

CR Zg 3 (?) (Hermitage 511; CMS XI, no. 311: burnt amydaloid sealstone). VINum +[•]/ FIC
JGY: doubtful signs

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

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

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

HAGHIOS STEPHANOS
HS Zg 1 (Sparta Mus. --; GORILA V: 16), schist plaque A-MA

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

IO Za 2 (HM 3557) (GORILA V: 18-19), square Libation Table, serpentine, with 5 facets per side and one at each corner, making 24 facets in all. Line 1 goes all the way around the Table, its signs being placed one in a facet, its first sign placed in the first facet of side a just after the left corner (whose facet contains the last sign, MA). The signs of Line 2 do not go all the way around the table; they start below the beginning of line 1 and end somewhere on side c or at the beginning of side d; these signs are placed more or less below the ridges that divide the facets above. Line 1, therefore, should contain 24 signs; line 2 contained 13-26 signs. Word divisions in line 1 are on the ridges separating facets. Holes were drilled part-way through the corners, perhaps to hold a lid or some vertical attachments (cf. KN Za 10). .1: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-DI-KI-TU • JA-SA-SA-RA[-ME • U-NA-KA-NA-]SI [•] I-PI-NA-MA • .2: SI-RU-TE • TA-NA-RA-TE-U-TI-NU • I-•-•[

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

IO Za 3 (HM 3556) (GORILA V: 20-21), circular Libation Table, marble • A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • AU-[ lightly incised lines precede the first dot: a vertical line through the dot, an oblique line to its left, and a short horizontal line below that; these may be positioning marks. The A resembles a pictorial ax (curved blades) like those seen on Hieroglyphic seals.

IO Za 4 (HM 3779) (GORILA V: 22-23), Libation Table, serpentine ]*301- WA [
A-TA-I-]*301- WA [-JA.

IO Za 5 (HM 3643) (GORILA V: 22-23), lamp or ladle fragemnt, chrlorite ]I-JA-RE-DI-JA • I-JA-PA[

IO Za 6 (HM 3785) (GORILA V: 24-27), stone cup with petaliform rim, of orange-yellow alabaster with white veins (room I, MM IIIB-LM IA context). The 3 words are written in a single line. TA-NA-I-*301-U-TI-NU • I-NA-TA-I- ZU -DI-SI-KA • JA-SA-SA-RA-ME • I-NA-TA-I- ZU -DI-SI-KA is possibly two words: I-NA-TA-I- ZU (placename; cf. Inatos) and DI-SI-KA (personal name).

IO Za 7 (HM 3784) (GORILA V: 28-29), square Libation Table, serpentine (terrace III, MM III-LM I context) A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-TI-*321 [
• over [[ ]].

IO Za 8 (HM 3783) (GORILA V: 30-31), circular Libation Table, serpentine (terrace III, MM III-LM I context) ] A-NA-TI-*301-WA-JA [

IO Za 9 (HM 3898) (GORILA V: 32-33), square Libation Table, marble. Palaima 1988, 310-12 comments on the retrograde inscription a. The two lines read outward from the corner. .a (retrograde): JA-SA-SA[-RA-ME .b: • U -NA-KA[-NA-SI

IO Zb 10 (HM 22037) (GORILA V: 34-35), square Libation Table, serpentine (terrace III, MM III-LM I context) ]A-SA-SA-RA-ME on analogy with PO Zg 1, JGY hypothesizes that the last syllable of the word before A-SA-SA-RA-ME ended in -I.

IO Za 11 (HM 4517; Kar.-God.-Ol. 1985, 142-43); Palaima 1988: 310-12, the inscription is boustrophedon (Raison-Pope 1994, 154: first half of the inscription is left to right; second half is right to left. .a (upper line): ]-NA-[•]-DA-DA-[• • •][ ] .b (lower line, retrograde): ] U -TI-NU • I-NA-I-DA-•[ both lines are ruled. Palaima 1988, 313-14: one of the few Linear A non-administrative documents to have ruling (cf. KN Za 19). Davis 2011, 449: upper line, sign 2 could be MI or PI, and sign 5 could be KI; lower line, sign 8 could be MI

IO Za 12 (HM 4518; Kar.-God.-Ol. 1985, 143), square Libation Table, marble (terrace III, MM III-LM I context). .a: ][• •] • JA-SA.b: - SA -RA- ME • I-TI-[
the two sides break up the word JA-SA- | -SA-RA-ME exactly as bifacial Hieroglyphic seals do (cf. CHIC # 202 , etc. -- but contrast IO Za 16 below)

IO Za 13 , square Libation Table, marble (HM 4519; Kar.-God.-Ol. 1985). ][•]-MA-I-[

IO Za 14 , square Libation Table, orange-yellow serpentine (HM 4743; Kar. 1987). SI-]RU-TE • I-DI-[

IO Za 15 , square Libation Table, serpentine (HM 4744; Kar. 1987). ]I-PI-NA-MA • SI- RU -[TE

IO Za 16 , square Libation Table, red-orange serpentine (HM 5317; Kar.-Gar.-Ol. 2002-2003, 443-44). .a: ] *123 • JA-SA-SA-RA.b: -ME • U-NA-RU-KA[-NA-SI
.a-.b: ] AROM • JA-SA-SA-RA-ME • U-NA-RU-KA[-NA-SI

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

KANNIA
KAN Za 1 , stone libation table (HM 2895; Bollettino d'Arte 44, 1959, 249 fig. 23-24; Raison-Pope 1994, p. 42), from room XV a. A-[•]-I b. [ ] vestigia c. vestigia

KARDAMOUTSA

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

KEA
For the peg sealing, see CMS V no. 479 KE 1 , page? tablet (K4.274) (GORILA I: 254) (Area N; found with KE Wc 2 and Zb 4; MM III context) side.line statement logogram .1 KA- SA [ .2 ] vest. [ infra mutila

number

fraction

KE Wc 2 (K4.346, Area N) (GORILA II: 80, called here a roundel, but the rounded, pommel shape more resembles a weight, which the inscriptions [mina+fractions] may support. One edge is flattened: seal impression?; from Area N, found with KE 1 and Zb 4) (MM III context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS a: D b: BB not published 1

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

KE Zb 4 (K.2484) (GORILA IV: 72), lamp (Area N, found with KE 1 and Wc 2; MM III context) • JA- SI -E
since the • (word-divider) precedes the signs, it is possible that this inscription should read retrograde: E- SI -JA (GORILA)

KE Zb 5 (K.2005) (GORILA IV: 73), jar or jug sherd (House A, room 1, LM IB context) VINa+RA {*595} GORILA (V:277) lists this ligature as the only example of *595 (and illustrates it, V:xxiii: 60 RA's horizontal line coterminous with *131a VIN's top horizontal line, and *131a VIN without the dashes within the "trellis"), but Maurizio Del Freo points out that the photograph of the sherd (IV:73) shows the dashes clearly and 60 RA's horizontal line coterminous with *131a VIN's top horizontal line, but it also shows 60 RA facing left (in the only two examples of *594 [ZA 6b.2 and 15b.3] 60 RA faces right and is meant to sit well above *131a VIN [it does on ZA 6b.2 but seems to sit on *131a VIN on ZA 15b.3]).

KE Zb 6 (K.2774) (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 159), fragment of a small vase (sign incised before firing) from House A, room XXVIII ] PU 2 [

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

KHANIA
All come from presumed LM IB contexts
Note

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

KH 1 , page? tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 23) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 ]JE • .2 .2

logogram GRA+F {*582} FIC [

number 70 [ 3

fraction J

infra mutila

KH 2 , page? tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 23) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .1 TU-[ .2 .2 infra mutila

logogram

number ] 20

fraction

*303 +[ ] *306 *303+E[ {*626}

E

KH 3 , page? tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 23) side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 ] NU _____________________________________________________________________ .2 vacat

number 1

fraction

KH 4 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 25) KH Scribe 2 side.line statement .1 A-DU-RE[ .2 .2 .3 ] vest. [ infra mutila

logogram ]*306 *303

number 4

fraction

B[

KH 5 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 25) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 2 side.line statement logogram number fraction .1-2 A-DA-KI-SI-KA • A-RA-U-DA • .2 WI-SA-SA-NE *303+E {*626} 2 .2 VINb+WI {*598} 2 .3 WI-NA-DU • * 301 -NA • .3-4 KU-PA-ZU *303 +[ ] 3[ A .4 FIC JB 2 .1-2: A-RA-U over [[ ]]; .3: could WI-NA-DU be ancient Inatos? (Miguel Valério); wi-na-to appears in Linear B, KN AS 604.02, 03. Ancient Inatos (Einatos) was the port (modern Tsoutsouros) for Priansos; it lies on the south coast, half way between Lendas and Mirtos. The cave of Eileithyia yielded dedications from the Neopalatial period into Roman.

KH 6 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 27) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 2 side.line statement .1 .1 DI-SI-[ .2 ]-TE-NU-RE[ .3 ]KI-SA-NE .3 .3 .4 .4 RI-TA-JE .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .6 ]-RE • .6 .6-7 PI-SA[ .7 AU-RE-TE •

logogram ]*303+D {*624}

number

"fraction" J

*303 + D {*624} *347[ ]*303+[ ] *303+D {*624}[ ] CAPm *303+D {*624} BOS ][ ]+PA[ *334 *303+D {*624} ]*303+D {*624} *306

J

J 1 J 1

1 J J 1

.8 .8 .5: [ ]+PA is probably either GRA+PA or 304+PA

*303

]8 2

JB

KH 7 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 28-31) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) ; JGY: people+*303 KH Scribe 2 side.line statement supra mutila a.1 ] NE -[•]-KI a.1 a.2 ]I a.2-3 E-NA-SI • a.3 a.3 I-JA-PA-ME • TA-TA • a.4 QA-TI-KI a.4 a.4 SE-*305 • a.4-5 KU-[•]-KO-E a.5 a.6

logogram * 334 *303+D {*624} *303+E {*626} VIR+*313b {*571} *303+D {*624} VIR+*313b {*571} *303+D {*624} VIR+*313b {*571} *303+D {*624}

number 4 1[

"fraction"

K 10 J 4 B [ ] 18 1

JE L2[ ]B L6

supra mutila b.1 vacat _____________________________________________________________________ b.2 U-TA-I-SE *303+D {*624} J[ b.2-3 ] PA -NA-TU *303+D {*624} J b.3 *304+PA {*629} 1 b.3 SI 14 b.3 *303+K {*637} 2 b.4-6 vacant This is one of only two opisthographic tablets from Khania (cf. KH 97). .a: The repetition of the pair VIR+*313b and *303+D looks like it might reflect a fixed ratio: J : 10 as B : 4 as 1JEL 2 : 18. Taking the first one, J:10, that ratio = 1/2 : 10 or 1:20. If the ratio is the same for the other citations, then B is to 4 as 1 is to 20, and thus B = 1/5 (cf. KH 4), not 1/3. If the same ratio holds for 1JEL 2 , we would have to correct 18 to 38 (18 is certain, but there is room for two more ten-dashes): thus, 1JE + L 2 = 38/20, or 7/4 + L 2 = 38/20, or 35/20 +L 2 = 38/20, or L 2 = 3/20. a.3: I-JA-PA-ME may be a religious heading; cf. I-JA-PA[ (IO Za 2), I-NA-JA-PA-QA (Libation Formula word 8). b: a sizeable left margin (~2 cm)

KH 8 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 33) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line .1 .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .3 .4 .4 .4 statement supra mutila ] R E[ ]-TA *303+D {*624} [[FIC ]GRA *304 *303 VIR+[•][ ]FIC *312 *510 2 J J]] J E E E 1 1 logogram number "fraction "

KH 9 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 35) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 A-SI-SU-PO-A • .2 .2 .2 .3 ]I-SI • .4

logogram VIR+* 307 {*569}[ FIC MI[ *303+D {*624}

number

"fraction" ]K EB J[

]2

.4 .4 .5 .6 .6

*303 VINa [ ]*303 SI+TA 2 {*532} *304 1[

E E L2[ ]X

KH 10 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 36-37) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 5 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 ] vest. [ .2 .3 I-PA-SA- JA • QA-*118 .3-4 A-KI-PI-E-TE
QA-*118: cf. I-QA-*118 (HT 44a.1; HT 131a.2-3)

logogram

number ]2

fraction

J GRA GRA 10 90

KH 11 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 38-39) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 2 side.line statement .1 A-DU-[•]-ZA .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3-4 .4-5 A-TO-*349-TO-I .5 .5 .5-6 A-TE-*350 .6 .6
.1: A-DU-RE-ZA possible

logogram *303 SU *303+E {*626} VINa *306 *303 *348 *303 *303+E {*626} FIC VINa *301 *306 SI *303

number 3

fraction K K L2 A

4 B K L2 3 1 3 1 K L2

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

KH 12 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 40-41) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 .1 .1 .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .4 infra mutila
.3: *401VAS+*304 = *653, a type of 2-handled cup (

logogram ]*303+[ ] *308 MI + JA +RU {*550} *335 [ • I+[?] {*516} • [ *401VAS+*304 {*653} *401VAS+RU {*651} *401VAS+RU {*651}

number 2

"fraction" J J ]B ]B ]K D W[ W[

*400VAS+*304: HT 82b)

.3, .4:

*401VAS+RU = *651, a type of 2-handled cup

KH 13 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 42-43) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 .2 ]A-SE-RE-ZA[ .3 .3 *304[ ] *303

number ]2

fraction J[ ] E L2 B[

.4 .4 .5

] vest. [ ]DA-I[ ]3 infra mutila
.3: *304[ ] undoubtedly was *304+PA {*629}.

KH 14 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 44-45) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 ]RA • .1 A-MA-JA • .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 infra mutila

logogram *303 ]*303 *336 *303 ] FIC VIR+*307 {*569} *303+[ ][

number 6[

fraction

E 2 K[ E 2[

KH 15 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 46-47) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 .1 .2 infra mutila

logogram ]*303+[ ] FIC ] FIC

number

fraction J J E

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

number ]22

fraction K L2[ ]J

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

logogram ] vest. [

number

fraction

]4 FIC[ ]FIC A[ 1

JB

KH 18 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 48-49) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .2 I-KU-PI[ .3 .3

logogram ]*401VAS+[ ][ {*649}

number

fraction

]5 ] VINc KU 1 22

.3 .4 .4
1.

SI[ ] DA +*301 {*503}
*401VAS 2-handled cup

VINc RO+RO {*504}[

1

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

number 13 [ ]2

fraction

B[

KH 20 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 52-53) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 3 side.line statement supra mutila .1 ] vest. [ .2 A-SI-KI-RA • .2 .3 vacat [ ] vacat .4 ] DU -RE-ZA • .4 .5-7 vacant
.4: ]SE-RE-ZA not impossible.

logogram

number

fraction

*303 +E {*626}[ ]B *303+E {*626} FIC J E

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

number

fraction W ]D

2[

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

KH 22 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 ]-ZA • .1 .2 .2 infra mutila
.1: ] RE -ZA possible.

logogram SU *303+E [ {*626} ] SI *303 [

number 7 4

fraction

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

number

fraction

KH 24 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram .1 ]SU .2

number 12 [

fraction ]L2

infra mutila

KH 25 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 56-57) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram .1 ]VIR .2 ]VIR infra mutila

number 140 [ 10 [

fraction

KH 26 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 58-59) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 ]VIR .2 ] FIC .2 ] vest. [ .3 ] vest. [ infra mutila

number 60 [ 2

fraction

E L4

KH 27 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 58-59) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 ]FIC[ .2 ]GRA+PA {*547} .2
.2: GRA+PA {*547} over [[*303+J]].

number

fraction

4[

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

number

fraction

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

number ]1 ]2

fraction

J[

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

number

fraction ] L2 [

9

KH 31 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 62-63) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram

number

fraction

supra mutila .1 ]* 401VAS +[ ] [ {* 649 } .2 ] vacat [ . vacant _____________________________________________________________________ .3 .3 *401VAS+RA {*652}[ .3 infra mutila
.2, .3: *401VAS 2-handled cup

]J ]1

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

number ]5[

fraction

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

number

"fraction"

] <b 1 </b

KH 34 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 64-65) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 .1 .2 infra mutila

logogram ]*303+ E {*626} FIC [ ] vest. [

number 2

fraction

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

number

fraction

]1

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

number 4[

fraction

KH 37 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 66-67) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement .1 .1 .2 infra mutila

logogram ]*304+[•] {*625} WI[ ]*304+[•] {*625} [

number 2

fraction

KH 38 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 66-67) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 2 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .3 infra mutila

logogram ] vest. [ *303+D {*624} ] vest. [

number

"fraction"

J[

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

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

number ]3

fraction

KH 42 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 70-71) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram supra mutila ]*307+*301 {*637}[ infra mutila

number

fraction

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

number 2

fraction

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

number

fraction

KH 45 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 70-71) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram .1 A[

number

fraction

.2

] vest. [ infra mutila

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

number

fraction

] L4

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

number

fraction

]6

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

number

fraction

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

number 2 2 1

fraction

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

number 3 ]4

fraction

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

number

fraction

KH 53 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 76-77) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram

number

fraction

.1 .1

] A -ME-*123 • NE[ infra mutila
*123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (condiments, herbs, spices)

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

number 1 1[

fraction

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

number

fraction

B[ 3[

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

number

fraction ]JE L2[

KH 57 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 78-79) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 4 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .3 infra mutila
.1: at right of ]TU, , traces perhaps of K[.

logogram ]TU[ ]ZO ]*303+[ ]

number

fraction

1[ E[

KH 58 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 80-81) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement supra mutila .1 ] vest. [ .2 .2 .4 .3 .3 .5 .5 A-*301[

logogram

number

fraction

]*303+[ ] FIC [ ]*303+E {*626} A[ ] *303+E {*626} ] *303 +[ ]

4 1 4[ J E

KH 59 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 80-81) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type IV (people?) side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 .2 ]-I

number ]1 5

fraction

.3

]- DI -NA infra mutila

5

KH 60 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 82-83) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement .1 ]RA-KI-TA-NA-SI[ .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 ] vest. [ infra mutila

logogram ]*131c TA 2 *303[ MI + JA +RU {*550}

number

"fraction" W ]D D[

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

KH 61 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 82-83) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 .4
.1: ] vest. [ and .2 ]FIC 10[ equally possible.

logogram ] ] MA[ OLE+TA {*615} ] *303 +[ ] GRA

number 20 [ 1

fraction

]B L2[ 2 1 W

.2: MA over [[QE]]. .2 perhaps: VINc before 1 MA.

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

number

fraction

KH 63 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 84-85) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 ]SU .2 ]*401VAS+RU {*651} infra mutila
.2: *401VAS 2-handled cup

number 10 [

fraction

L2 [

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

infra mutila

KH 66 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 86-87) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram infra mutila
Trace at left not incompatible of OLE+TA.

number ] 30 [

fraction

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

number

fraction

]1[

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

number

fraction L2 [

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

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction ] L2

]1 1 1[ ]K

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

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

number

fraction

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

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

number

fraction ]J[ K L2 B

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

number 4[

fraction

E L6

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

number

fraction W

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

number ] 30 [

fraction

KH 79+89 , page tablet (KH MUS. 79+89) (GORILA V: 38-39; GORILA III: 94-95 publishes KH 79) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement .1 ]MI-NA[ .2 ]PA-TA • A-RA-[ .3 ]- PA -DA-NI .4 vacat infra mutila
This is a remarkable document in several respects: 1) it is finely and grandly written; 2) the text does not take up all the tablet; 3) the first word contains ]MI-NA[, a combination frequently found; 4) two-word phrases are rare and most of them occur in headings; and 5) after the two words whose endings are preserved, there are no numbers (cf. PH 6).

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

number

fraction ]D

KH 81 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 96-97) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 ] vest. [ .2 .2 MI + JA +I {*551} .3 infra mutila
.3 or: 22 [ ][ 3 .

number

fraction

5[ 1000 [ ]3

KH 82 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 96-97) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement supra mutila .1 ] vest. [ .2 .3 .4 infra mutila

logogram

number

fraction

]OLE+RI {*614} ]*315 ]* 336 [

L2 [ 1[

KH 83 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 98-99) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement .1 .1 A-DI-NE[ .2 .2 infra mutila

logogram ]• ]* 401 VAS+ A {*650} * 401 VAS+ RU {*651}[

number

fraction

15

.2: *401VAS 2-handled cup. The first adjunct looks like NU (with 2 strokes inside the uprights) but since NU is usually written with an arc in side the uprights, this may rather be PA 3 (thanks to Fontán-Tejeiro), neither of which recurs with *401 in the corpus (RU is common, *304 and RA occur occasionally).

KH 84 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 98-99) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 2 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .2 .3 infra mutila
.3: *401VAS 2-handled cup

logogram ] *303 ]*301 *306[ * 401 VAS+ RU {*651}[

number

fraction J[

1

KH 85 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 98-99) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram number fraction supra mutila .1 ] OLE + TA {*615} J .1 *308[ .2 ] *401VAS+RU {*651} K .2 VINc[ .3 ]* 304 [ .3 ]*303[ D[ infra mutila .2: *401VAS 2-handled cup. .3: the two signs *304 & *303 are placed together on the tablet ]*304 *303 D[, and as such they are listed together as "Complex Sign" *633 (GORILA V pp. xxvi, 286, 287); in their transcription, GORILA V 99 separates the signs into the two entries, as transcribed here. The fractions total 61/80 (J=1/2, K=1/16, D=1/5), a little over 3/4.

KH 86 , page tablet (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 100-101) (LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) KH Scribe 2

side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .3

statement ] RE -ZA PI-NU-[

logogram *303[ ]*303+[ ]

number

fraction ABB

]3[ *303+[ ] JE[

infra mutila .3 or: SI[

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

number

fraction

]L2 ]J 1

KH 88 , page tablet (KH MUS. 88) (GORILA V: 40-41) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) side.line statement .1-2 QA-NU-MA • QIf-*118 • .2-3 PU-DE .4 vacat [ infra mutila
for QIf-*118 as a separate statement, compare ARKH 2.3-4

logogram FIC

number 10 8

fraction

KH 89 : see KH 79

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

logogram

number

fraction

KH 91 , page tablet (KH MUS. 91) (GORILA V: 44-45) (LM IB context) KH Scribe 6 side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 ][•] .1 GRA .1 VINa [ .2 ]*316 .2 ZU[ .3 .3 TU .3 FIC[ .4 *401VAS+RU {*651} .4 *401VAS+ RA {*652}[ infra mutila
.1: GRA or * 326 ?

number

fraction

1 1 J L2 ]A K K

.4:

*401VAS 2-handled cup

KH 92 , page tablet (KH Mus. 92) (Kadmos 25, 1986, 108-115), House II? side.line statement logogram .1 A-DA- QIf -RI .1 KU-NI-TE .2 ]NA-KI

number 10 [ 1

fraction

vest. [

infra mutila

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

logogram

number

fraction

KH 94 , page tablet (KH MUS.); Hallager, Vlasakis & Markoulakis 1991: 36-37 [LM IIIC disturbed: mostly IIIB]) side.line statement logogram number supra mutila .1 ] QA +[ ]+PU .2 ] 17 .2-3 I [ ] ZA [ infra mutila
.1: perhaps QA2 +[?]+PU {*510}

fraction

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

number 7

fraction

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

number

fraction

] LAA

KH 97 , page tablet (KH MUS.); Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 8-9; Hallager 2008: 359 [LM IB destruction level] side.line statement logogram number .a1 ]RE A-JA [ .a2 ] NA [ infra mutila .b1 .b2 ]-SE-I[ ] vestigia [ infra mutila
this is the second opisthographic tablet from Khania (cf. KH 7)

fraction

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

fraction

KH 99 , page tablet (KH MUS.); Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 11-13 [LM IIIA context] side.line statement logogram .1 * 352 *306[ .2 ]RO VIN[ .3 ]KE
.2: RO written over erased ZA

number

fraction

E[

KH Wa 1001, 1002 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 104) (LM IB context) a: *317+KI {*640} g: DA+RO {*501} b: seal impression CMS V Supp. 1A 153: bull in PT 5B, L
.a-.g: A-KI-DA-RO

The two sealings present the same inscription, but GORILA presents it in two different ways. GORILA III, 104, prints out signs *08-*67*01-*60 (A-KI-DA-RO). But GORILA IV, 248 and 296, notes the more solid shape of the double-ax sign and transcribes it as *317 ; and,

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

KH Wa 1018 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 111) (LM IB context) *371

b: seal impression CMS V Supp. 1A 155: nanny & kid in PT 16B, L

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

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

KH Wc 2001 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 114; Roundel 2: 39), scribe 59 [cf. KH Wc 2034 & 2033] KH Wc Scribe 59 statement logogram no. of impressions O 8

CMS V 236; & V Supp 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2002 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 114; Roundel 2: 40) KH Wc Scribe 60 statement logogram O

no. of impressions 10

CMS no. V 236: V Supp 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2003 (KH MUS.) (GORILA: III: 114; Roundel 2: 41) statement logogram ] vest. [

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V 236; & V Supp 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2004 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 115; Roundel 2: 42) statement logogram VIR[

no. of impressions 6

CMS no. V 234: waterbird flies right

KH Wc 2005 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 115; Roundel 2: 43) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. KA-NA-NI-TI V 233: 3 monkeys 7

KH Wc 2006 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 116; Roundel 2: 44), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 53 statement logogram *417VAS

no. of impressions 8

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

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

KH Wc 2007 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 116; Roundel 2: 45), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 53 statement logogram *417VAS

no. of impressions 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

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

KH Wc 2008 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 116; Roundel 2: 46), LM IB context statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2009 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 117; Roundel 2: 47), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2010 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 117; Roundel 2: 48), LM IB context statement logogram *409VAS
*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles

no. of impressions 9

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2011 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 118; Roundel 2: 49), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2012 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 118; Roundel 2: 50), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 6 [[ 2 ]]

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2013 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 118; Roundel 2: 51), LM IB context statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2014 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 119; Roundel 2: 52), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2015 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 119; Roundel 2: 53), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2016 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 119; Roundel 2: 54), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2017 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 120; Roundel 2: 55), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram no. of impressions *411VASb 3
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly

KH Wc 2018 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 120; Roundel 2: 56), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram no. of impressions *411VASb 2[
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly

KH Wc 2019 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 121; Roundel 2: 57), LM IB context statement logogram *411VASa
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 15

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2020 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 121; Roundel 2: 58), LM IB context statement logogram *409VAS
*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles

no. of impressions 12

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2021 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 122; Roundel 2: 59), LM IB context statement logogram *409VAS
*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles

no. of impressions 6

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 182: Talismanic "papyrus"/"lion mask"

KH Wc 2022 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 122; Roundel 2: 60), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram *411VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2023 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 122; Roundel 2: 61), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. *411VASb []
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

KH Wc 2024 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 123; Roundel 2: 62), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 54 statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. *411VASb []
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

KH Wc 2025 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 123; Roundel 2: 63), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. * 409 VAS[ ] []
*409VAS tripod cauldron without handles

KH Wc 2026 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 124; Roundel 2: 64), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. *322 V Supp. 1A 156 2

KH Wc 2027 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 124; Roundel 2: 65), LM IB context statement logogram *322

no. of impressions 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 176: woman at

shrine

KH Wc 2028 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 124; Roundel 2: 66), LM IB context statement logogram *191
AB *191 = GAL (helmet) (Palaima 1985: 325)

no. of impressions 1

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 157: cow right licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2029, 2030 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 125; Roundel 2: 67), LM IB context statement logogram VIR+KA {*568}

no. of impressions 6

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2031 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 126; Roundel 2: 69), LM IB context statement logogram VIR+KA {*568}

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2032 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 126; Roundel 2: 70), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions VIR+KA {*568} 9

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly

KH Wc 2033 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 127; scribe 59 [cf. KH Wc 2001 & 2034]; Roundel 2: 71), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 59 statement logogram no. of impressions O 8[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 182: Talismanic "papyrus"/"lion mask"

KH Wc 2034 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 127; scribe 59 [cf. KH Wc 2001 & 2033]; Roundel 2: 72), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 59 statement logogram no. of impressions O 6[

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2035 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 127; Roundel 2: 73), LM IB context statement logogram O

no. of impressions 2

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2036 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 128; Roundel 2: 74), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 55 statement logogram no. of impressions *164d 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2037 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 128; Roundel 2: 75), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 55 statement logogram no. of impressions *164d 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2038 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 128; Roundel 2: 76), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 55 statement logogram no. of impressions *164d 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2039 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Roundel 2: 77), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 55 statement logogram no. of impressions *164d 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2040 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Roundel 2: 78), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions *164b 1

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2041 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Roundel 2: 79), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions *164c 1

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2042 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 129; Roundel 2: 80), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions *164a 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2043 (KH MUS. 2043) (GORILA III: 130; Roundel 2: 81), LM IB context statement logogram *164a

no. of impressions 3

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 165: bird flies right

KH Wc 2044+2096 (KH MUS. 2044+2096) (GORILA V:46; Roundel 2: 82), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions *164a 5[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 165: bird flies right

KH Wc 2045 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 130; Roundel 2: 83), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. *164d 6

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

KH Wc 2047 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 131; Roundel 2: 85), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2048 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 131; Roundel 2: 86), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2049 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 132; Roundel 2: 87), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 7

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2050 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 132; Roundel 2: 88), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left

licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2051 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 132; Roundel 2: 89), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 3

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2052 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 133; Roundel 2: 90), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2053 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 133; Roundel 2: 91), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 160: dog stands right, head up

KH Wc 2054 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 134; Roundel 2: 92), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 56 statement logogram

no. of impressions

* 301 + MI {*605; cf. *553} 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 182: Talismanic "papyrus"/"lion mask"

KH Wc 2055 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 134; Roundel 2: 93), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 56 statement logogram

no. of impressions

* 301 + MI {*605; cf. *553} 6

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 176: woman at shrine

KH Wc 2056 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 135; Roundel 2: 94), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 57 statement logogram * 337 +* 188 {*645}

no. of impressions 12

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 162: lion right scratches lowered head with hindleg

KH Wc 2057 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 135; Roundel 2: 95), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 57 statement logogram *337+*188 {*645}

no. of impressions 11

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 162: lion right scratches lowered head with hindleg

KH Wc 2058 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 136; Roundel 2: 96), LM IB context statement logogram *86+*188 {*566}

no. of impressions 9

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 157: cow right licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2059+2091+2092 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 136; Roundel 2: 97), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions *86+*188 {*566} 11 [

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 176: woman at shrine

KH Wc 2060 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 137; Roundel 2: 98), LM IB context statement logogram * 86 +* 188 {*566}

no. of impressions 3[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 174: man restrains collared dog

KH Wc 2061 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 137; Roundel 2: 99), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. * 86 +* 188 {*566} [ ]

KH Wc 2062 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 137; Roundel 2: 100), LM IB context statement logogram *86+*188 {*566}

no. of impressions 2[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 162: lion right scratches lowered head with hindleg

KH Wc 2063 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 138; Roundel 2: 101), LM IB context statement logogram OVIS

no. of impressions 9[

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2064 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 138; Roundel 2: 102), LM IB context statement logogram MI+*301 {*553}

no. of impressions 3

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2065 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 138; Roundel 2: 103), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*351 {*607}

no. of impressions 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 159: monkey sits left

KH Wc 2066 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 139; Roundel 2: 104), LM IB context statement logogram • I+[?] {*516} •

no. of impressions 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2067 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 139; Roundel 2: 105), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 58 statement logogram *338

no. of impressions 3

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 164: griffin couchant left

KH Wc 2068 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 139; Roundel 2: 106), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 58 statement logogram *338

no. of impressions 3

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 164: griffin couchant left

KH Wc 2069 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 140; Roundel 2: 107), LM IB context statement logogram BOSm 2

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2070 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 140; Roundel 2: 108), LM IB context statement logogram • I+[?] {*516} •

no. of impressions 4[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2074 (KH MUS.) ( Roundel 2: 112), LM IB context statement logogram vest.

no. of impressions 2[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat

heads en face

KH Wc 2079 (KH MUS.) ( Roundel 2: 117), LM IB context statement logogram * 411 VASb
*411VAS tripod cauldron with horizontal handles

no. of impressions 6[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2084 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Roundel 2: 122), LM IB context statement logogram * 408VAS
*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles

no. of impressions 3[

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2088+2089+fr (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Roundel 2: 126), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions * vest. 3[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 170: butterfly

KH Wc 2095 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Roundel 2: 129), LM IB context statement logogram * 164d

no. of impressions 2[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 165: bird flies right

KH Wc 2097 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Roundel 2: 130), LM IB context statement logogram * 86 +* 188 {*565}

no. of impressions 6[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 177: girl holds scepter? in front of woman sitting on shrine

KH Wc 2098 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 141; Roundel 2: 131), LM IB context statement logogram *322

no. of impressions 2

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2099 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 142; Roundel 2: 132), LM IB context statement logogram MI+*301 {*553; cf. *605}

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2100 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 142; Roundel 2: 133), LM IB context statement logogram VIR-*352-JA
*352: this is the only occurrence of this sign; it resembles B MUL

no. of impressions 9

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 166: 2 waterbirds swim right

KH Wc 2101 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 143; Roundel 2: 134), LM IB context; on the rim, directly below the logogram, a hole (depth 0.3 cm). KH Wc Scribe 60 statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & O 7[ 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2102 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 143; Roundel 2: 135), LM IB context statement logogram OVIS

no. of impressions 4

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2103 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 143; Roundel 2: 136), LM IB context statement logogram *408VAS
*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles

no. of impressions 5

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2104 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 144; Roundel 2: 137), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 60 statement logogram O

no. of impressions 10

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2105 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 144; Roundel 2: 138), LM IB context KH Wc Scribe 60 statement logogram O

no. of impressions 10

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2106 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 144; Roundel 2: 139), LM IB context statement logogram VIR KA

no. of impressions 6

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 158: 2 goat heads en face

KH Wc 2109 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 145; Roundel 2: 142), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. *86+*188 {*566} [ ]

KH Wc 2110 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 145; Roundel 2: 143), LM IB context; on the rim, opposite the impressions and directly under the logogram, a hole (depth 0.8 cm). statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & O 8 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2111 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 145; Roundel 2: 144), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions *164d 1[

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 169: butterfly

KH Wc 2113 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 146; Roundel 2: 146), LM IB context statement logogram *301+*311 {*606}

no. of impressions 3[4]

CMS no. V Supp. 1A 156: cow left licks suckling calf

KH Wc 2114 (KH MUS.) (GORILA III: 146; Roundel 2: 147), LM IB context [ ] statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. * 408 VAS[ ]
*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles

KH Wc 2115 (KH MUS. 2115) (GORILA V: 46; Roundel 2: 148), L IB context) statement logogram O

no. of impressions 3[

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2117 (KH MUS. 2117) (GORILA V: 47; Roundel 2: 150), LM III A context (Hallager & Vlasakis 1984: 1-6: found on LM III A floor; two inscriptions written with two different styli; Hallager & Weingarten 1992: one of possibly two roundels with isolate signs on both faces, other possibly being KN Wc 48 [also see KH Wc 2106]) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no.

a: VIR [

b:*86+* 188 {*565}

4[

V Supp. 1A 143: woman at oar/rudder

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

KH Wc 2121 (KH MUS.) ( Roundel 2: 155) statement logogram vest.

no. of impressions CMS no. []

KH Wc 2122 (KH Mus. 2122) ( Roundel 2: 155), Katre deposit, LM IB context. statement logogram *408VAS
*408VAS bucket with 2 (4?) high-placed vertical handles

no. of impressions 6

CMS no. V 236; V Supp. 1A 144 & 163: 2 lions couchant

KH Wc 2123 (KH MUS.), roundel; Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 13-15; Hallager 2008: 360 [street north of Greek-Swedish excavations; Geometric context]; very large (D. 6.48 x 6.63; Th 1.50 cm) statement logogram no. of impressions seal lentoid: two women process right, left arm up, right arm 9 bird {*373 suggested new logogram} PI-KA trailing behind

the bird looks like this

; the lentoid:

KH Zb 1 (KH MUS.), fragment of the neck and shoulder of a coarse jar; Andreadi-Vlasaki & Hallager 2007: 15-17; Hallager 2008: 360 [MM III context] NI/FIC
since the sign is stemless (cf. PH 16a) it may be Hieroglyphic *024

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

KN 1 , page tablet (HM 1267) (GORILA I: 256-257) (Temple Repository, MM III B context) side.line statement logogram number fraction a.1-2 JA-KU-TI E 240 a.3. vacat b.1-3 JA-DU-RA-TI E 105 a.1-2: cf. A-KU-TU-*361 (TY 3a.7). b.1-2: cf. A-DU-[••] (TY 3a.3) & A-DA (TY 3a.5). Is it possible that /A-DU-R/ is in opposition to /A-KU-T/, as if "receipts" vs. "deficits"? b.3: the number 105 is written with ten 10s and five 1s.

KN 2 , page tablet (HM 705) (GORILA I: 258-259) (Corridor by SE Insula, MM IIIB?) side.line statement logogram .1 ]RU-NA .2 *118

number 2 3

fraction

.2 infra mutila

I +* 301 {*520}

5[

KN 22 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 5800) (GORILA I: 260-261), provenience unknown side.line statement number a.1 ]SU- JU - TA [ ] 20 [ a.2 ] KA -JE-[ b c.1 c.2 ] PO -DI- PA 3 ] MA - SU - MI • [•]-NA[ ] vest. [ a.2 or: ]KA-JE-KO[ b (= lat. sup. to a) or: ]A-DI-PA 3 (cf. PK Zb 25) 1 10

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

KN 28 , page tablet (HM 708) (GORILA I: 262-263) (Corridor by SE Insula, MM III B?) side.line statement logogram supra mutila a.1 ] vest. [ a.2 ] OVISf a.3 ]*310 a.4 ] GRA [ infra mutila supra mutila ] vest. [ ] TE

number

fraction

1[ 9[ 5[

b.1 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.4

L3[ ]3 L3[

SU+ MI {*540} infra mutila
b.3: SU+ MI [[ L ]] L3[; might actually be SU+ OLE

KN 32 , page? tablet (HM 1533) (GORILA I: 264-265), provenience unknown side.line statement logogram a.1 supra mutila a.1 ] A - PA -[ a.2 A-KA-TA[ infra mutila supra mutila b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 ]TE[ ]-SA-PU PA[ ]-JA-SU infra mutila
a.1 or ] A - PA -* 118 [

number

fraction

KN 54 (HM no no. 54; Raison-Pope 1994, p. 243) supra mutila side.line statement .1 ] PU - RA -[ .2 infra mutila

logogram ] VINc

number

fraction K[

KN Wa 40 (Stratigraphical Museum 92/Small Find 99) (Macdonald & Schoep 1992) (South House, MM IIA; the inscription could just as well be Hieroglyphic) a: ]• L [ g: not preserved

KN Wb 33 (HM 666) (GORILA II: 82) (KSPI Ve; NE House; MM IIIB) a: QA- KI [

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

KN Wb 50 (HMs 1236; findspot unknown) a: *301 g: seal impression: unclear ( CMS II 8, no. 604)

KN Wb 51 (HMs 369; findspot unknown) a: • b: ring impression: battle (duel) scene ( CMS II 8, no. 279)

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

KN Wc 23 (HM 342; CMS II 8, no. 116) (GORILA II: lvi: "no written signs"; Roundel 2: 160) statement logogram WE+WE

no. of impressions, CMS II 8 3 impressions: no. 116 (lentoid): three rosettes

KN Wc 26 ( CMS X 120) (GORILA II: 84; Roundel 2: 163); Søyen Collection (Norway) [formerly Erlenmeyer]. statement logogram no. of impressions, CMS X a: RU-JA b: NI-PI 1 impression (disc): no. 120: papyrus

KN Wc 29 (HM 344; GORILA II: 84; Roundel 2: 163) (Hallager 1987: 69: inscribed, then impressed) (West Temple Repository, MM IIIB context) statement logogram no. of impressions, CMS II 8 9 impressions (disc): deer recumbent left, CAPm regardant

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

KN Wc 42 (HM no no.) (NO GORILA; Brice III 3; Roundel 2: 168) statement logogram b: ]-NA a: O

no. of impressions, CMS no. 1 [ impression, motif not preserved

KN Wc 43 (HM no no.) (NO GORILA ; Brice III; Roundel 2: 169) statement logogram a: vestigia b: [•]

no. of impressions, CMS no. not preserved

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

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

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

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

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

KN Za 19 (AM 1938.872) (GORILA IV: 14-15), circular Libation Table, marble, from a field north of the palace .1: ]-KE-JU-MI[ ][•][ ______________________ .2 (retrograde): ]*118-MI-NA
Palaima 1988: 313-14: one of the few Linear A non-administrative documents to have ruling (cf. IO Za 11)

.2: (JGY) might this be *118 ("Talent") MI-NA? (cf. ZA 21a.7). If so, could MI-NA be the word for *118 occurrence of a word following a logogram [and ZA 21a.7 a possible 3rd]; cf. FIC KI-KI-NA on HT 88.2.)

? (If so, this is the 2nd

KN Zb 4 (HM 2631) (GORILA IV: 75), pithos sherd (SE Rubbish Heap) ]- JU • JA-SI • SI[

KN Zb 5 (HM 2600) (GORILA IV: 76), tall vase with two handles (SW Basement, MM III B context) A-TU- RI -SI-TI •
The raised stroke at the end of the word might indicate that a second word was to follow. Cf. TU-RU-SA (KO Za 1b).

KN Zb 20 (HM 14278) (GORILA IV: 77), pithos rim band sherd (Gypsades Hill, LM IA context) ] NA -A-PA 3

KN Zb <27> (HM 5194) (GORILA IV: 78), rim of a "large jug" (Temple Repositories, MM IIIB context; PM I 617 middle of the page, no illustration) DI-NA-U • VINa 17
The vase is lost. Of the number, only 6 is certain. Evans (PM I 617 middle of the page) and Brice both read 6 : doubtful are both the 7th unit and the horizontal stroke for 10.

KN Zb 34 (NMA 1160) (GORILA IV: 79), pithos (West Magazine 3) VINa+TE {*588}

KN Zb 35 (Palace of Knossos) (GORILA IV: 80-81), pithos (West Magazine 10 [formerly ascribed to the Magazine of Medaillon Pithoi], MM III inscribed pithos visible in LM II Magazine: Kadmos, 15, 1976, 107) side.line statement logogram number logogram number ]JA[ ]DI-[ ]WI[ ]OLE FIC 100 2

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

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

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

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

KN Zb 40 (HM 21391) (GORILA IV: 83), LM II pithoid jar (Minoan Unexplored Mansion; Kadmos 15, 1976, 102-107, LM II destruction, the storage jars were all LM II, with one LM I) .1: A-PA-KI .2: U-NA-A

KN Zb 52 (KNSM), MM III B/LM IA context ZU- RI -NI-MA
or: ZU- U -NI-MA

KN Zb 56 , vase handle (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 238: KN Z 36), palace NE magazines RO VIR+KA {*568}

KN Zc 6 (HM 2630) (GORILA IV: 118-121), inked inscription in 3 circular registers in the interior of a tall conical cup, the top of the signs oriented toward the bottom of the cup (Basement of Monolithic Pillars, MM III?; PM I 588 fig. 431a, 613-16, figs. 450-51) *34-TI- RI A-DI-DA-KI-TI-PA-KU • NI -JA-NU • JU-KU-NA-PA-KU- NU -[•-•]-I-ZU •
JGY: A-DI-DA-KI-TI-PA-KU looks like a muddled version of A-DI-KI-TE, and the succession of syllabus JU-KU- etc. sound like gibberish. See the note to the next cup.

KN Zc 7 (HM 2629) (GORILA IV: 122-125), inked inscription in semi-circular registers in the interior of a short conical cup, the top of the signs oriented toward the bottom of the cup (Basement of Monolithic Pillars, MM III?; PM I 588 fig. 431b, 613-16, fig. 452) signs oriented upside down (Basement of Monolithic Pillars, MM III?) A-KA-NU- ZA -TI • DU-RA-RE • A- ZU -RA • JA- SA - RA -A-NA-NE • WI-PI-[•]
sign-group 3, GORIlA reads ZU presumably because of the fringe around the top loop; otherwise, however, the sign resembles the ankh-like *17 ZA.

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

KN Ze 16 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 138), incised on the south stone door jamb of the stomion, Kephala tholos (LM II: Popham, quoted in Kadmos 15, 1976, 106-7) A-PI
Monti 2008: cf. Hittite/Hurrian aa-pi , trench or pit for making libations to the dead (there are 2 lateral niches in the dromos and 4 cists in the floor of the chamber)

KN Zf 13 (HM 530) ( CMS II 3.38; GORILA IV: 152-153, 162), gold ring (Mavrospelio tb IX.E1, MM III-LM IA context), read from the circumference to the center A-RE-NE-SI-DI-*301-PI-KE-PA-JA-TA- RI -SE-TE- RI - MU -A-JA- KU
cf. A-RA-NA-RE (HT 1.4), A-RI-NI-TA (HT 25a.3; ZA 8.2-3)

KN Zf 31 (HM 540) (GORILA IV: 154-155, 162; Alexiou-Brice 1972; Forsdyke 1926-7), silver pin (Mavrospelio Tb IX.B2, LM IA stylistic date); the reverse of the pin carries a row of crocus blossoms (cf. CR(?) Zf 1) -- these are illustrated by Forsdyke 1926-7 fig. 38 and by Alexiou-Brice 1972 pl. 2. ]SI[ ] SI - ZA -NE-*310 • DA- DU -MI-NE • QA-MI-*47-NA-RA • A-WA-PI • TE-SU-DE- SE -KE-I • A-DA-RA • TI-DI-TE-QA-TI • TASA-ZA • TA-TE-I- KE -ZA-RE •[
for DA- DU -MI-NE, DA- KU -MI-NE is not excluded.

KN Zg <21> (HM --) (GORILA IV: 164), stone weight (Gypsades Hill, LM IA context), weighing 96.4 gr (Petruso 1978: 181, cat. no. 87; thanks to Brent Davis). SI+DI {*528}
The weight is close to 1.5 of Petruso's unit of 61 gr derived from actual balance weights (Petruso 1992: 63).

KN Zg 55 (HM 621; CMS II 2, no. 213, steatite disk (chance find): a: boar head & knife), MM III/LM I context b: JA- SA -JA
JA-SA-JA palindromic abbreviation for JA-SA-SA-RA.

KOPHINAS
KO Za 1 (HM 2627) (GORILA IV: 18-20), stone base, chance find a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA bc: TU-RU-SA • DU -PU 3 - RE • I-DA-A • c: U-NA-KA-NA-SI • cd: I-PI-NA-MA • SI-RU-TE
b: Brent Davis points out that RE strongly resembles *122 (OLIV) in SY Za 2; GORILA may have been aware of this since it draws RE (IV:18) very much like a logogram, and includes the sign in its palaeography of RE (V: xxxiii). A logogram in the midst of an otherwise complete Libation Formula could seem out of place, and perhaps for that reason, as well as the parallels with DU-/PU/-RE on PK Za 8 & 15, GORILA may have chosen to interpret the sign as RE.

KO (?) Zf 2 (Khania Mus. 1385 [Mitsotakis collection]) (GORILA IV: 158-159), bronze mesomphalos bowl A - RA - KO -KU-*333-WA-SA-TO-MA-RO-AU-TA-DE-PO-NI-ZA

KYTHERA
KY Za 2 (Piraeus M. 6588; BCH 118, 1994, 343-351; Kadmos 34.2, 1995, 164; Sak.-Ol. 1994), stone ladle, serpentine (Ayios Georgios peak sanctuary) DA-MA-TE
The word curves around the upper point of the ladle but reads from the point of view of the person holding the ladle in cupped hands (cf. PK Za 18, 20). The DA occurs to the left of the ladle's point, the MA-TE at the point itself.

KY Zg 1 (Khora Mus. --) (GORILA IV: 166; Perna 2003: 346, pl. LXVIIIh), clay weight (Kastri, deposit epsilon, MM IIIB-LM IA context) GRA + E {*581}
Presumably the fraction E [1/4] refers to the weight of the weight

LARANI
a village about 6 km SE of Ayia Varvara LA Zb 1 (bis) (Coll. Metaxas) (GORILA IV: 86-87), pithos fragment JA- TI -TU-KU / JA- TI -TU-KU
The first signgroup has JA-TI-KU above TU, so perhaps JA-TI-KU-TU; the second signgroup is written a little larger than the first (whence the epigraphic mark /).

MALIA
MA 1 , bar (HM 1387) (GORILA I: 268-269) (Palace room III 8, MM III context) side.line statement logogram a.1 X I-DU-WI • *47 a.1 QE-DE-MI-NU • b.1 b.1 c.1 A-MA • QE-DE-MI-NU *47 TI
starting with side a, roll the bar up to get side b, and up again to get side c (sides a and b are adjacent to each other; side b and c are adjacent); it thus is right that side a begins with X; the whole document resembles a Hieroglyphic bar document

number

fraction

MA 2 , bar (HM 1394) (GORILA I: 270-271) (Palace room III 8, MM III context) side.line statement number a.1 ]DU-RA 5 a.2 vacat b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2 c.1 c.1 ]-RE-TI ]TI JA-KU TI [ ]-U-NA-NA ]JA-MA-U-TI 4 1 2 3 6

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

MA 4 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1377) (GORILA I: 272-273) (Hallager & Weingarten 1993: 9, found in the Hieroglyphic Deposit) (Hallager 1988 fig. 7) (Palace room III 8, MM III context) side.line statement logogram number fraction a.1 TA *180B 15 a.1 *180 L 120 a.1 *180+SA+ L {*601} 53 a.1 *180+SA+B {*600} 30 b.1 b.1 [[A-[...]-JA *180 13 7 ]] [[ 160 ]]

MA 6 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1380) (GORILA I: 274-277) (Palace room III 8, MM III context) side.line statement logogram a.1 ]* 180 +[•]

number 941

fraction

a.1 b c.1 c.1 c.2 d

*180+B {*602} ]*180 ]* 180 +B {*602} * 180 +[•] ]* 180 +[•] ]* 180

45 620 [ 4[ 87 [ 233 [ 200 [

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

number ] 2000

fraction

MA 10 , bar (AgNik Mus. 7336) (GORILA V:50-53) (MM III context; L pres. 8.4, W 2.7, Th 2.7 cm, much bigger than a Hiero bar) side.line statement logogram number fraction a. ]RU • *413VAS+SU {*660} 2 a. *412VAS+E {*658} 4 a. *412VAS+F {*659} 4[ b.1 b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2 c. c. c. d. d.
starting with side a, the reader rolled the bar up to reveal the next side

] DU - PI -TE-WA •

*405VAS+Ω {*655; Ω= *713} *412VAS+E {*658} [ ][ *404VAS+A {*654} *404VAS+TI {*524} ] *412VAS+E {*658} *412VAS+F {*659} *404VAS [+?][ ][ *414VAS ]+F {*662} *414VAS+[•] [

1 3 ]4 2 2 2 3

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

for +SU *413VAS+SU, cf. +SU-PU *415VAS+SU-PU on HT 31.2, and +SU-PA 3 -RA on HT 31.5. Also see the notes to HT 31 Perna 2003: presumably, E and F are fractions [1/4 and 1/8, respectively], possibly referring to the weight of the vases [of metal?] or, less likely, their capacity; cf. PH 8a. (JGY: +A *407VAS+A: HT 39.5). Ω (*713) is hapax legomenon here; it is obviously taken from Hieroglyphic (as is the bar form of the document), CHIC 304 (Lambda) , with a value of 1/2 (see Hieroglyphic sv "Fractions"). The other adjuncts, SU, A, TI, *301+MI, may indicate the name of the vessel (for *404VAS+A cup, cf. HT 39.5 *407VAS+A bucket with 2 high-placed vertical handles).

MA Wc <5> (HM ?) (GORILA II: 88; Roundel 2: 177; Hallager & Weingarten 1993: 2-3 fig. 1; found by a farmer, provenience unknown) statement logogram & number no. of impressions CMS no. a.1-2: A-SA-DA- KA b: GRA+E {*581} 4 ? 1

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

MA Zb 8 (MA Mus. Strat. P2361) (GORILA IV: 89), sherd (Bastion E, MM III-LM IA context) JA-SA[ JA- DA [ is not excluded .

MA Zb no. unknown (MA Mus. Strat. P89P33) (Perna 2003: 346, pl. LXVIIIg), globular jug *405VAS+K
*405VAS bucket with 2 low-placed vertical handles

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

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

MILETOS
MIL Zb 1 ( Kadmos 1996, 87-99), 3 joining fragments of a large, straight-walled domestic vessel of local clay ]PA 3 -SI-*47

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

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

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

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

MOKHLOS
MO Zf 1 (HM 83; Olivier, Kadmos 1989), a bronze weight weighing 1,460 gr (Olivier 1989c: 139; Schoep 2002: 35; thanks to Brent Davis). *333-SA-MU
The weight corresponds to slightly under 1/20th of a talent (29000 gr) or 3 minas (M; Mina=483 gr) or 6 half minas (N; 242 gr); this would also correspond to 24 of Petruso's unit of 61 gr derived from actual balance weights (Petruso 1992: 63).

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

MYCENAE
MY Zg 1 (E. Protonotariou-Deilaki, "Burial Customs and Funerary Rites in the Prehistoric Argolid," in R. Hägg & GC Nordquist, eds., Celebrations of Death & Divinity [Stockholm 1990] 69-83, fig. 27), grave stele fragment, Mycenae, GrCircle A SU <br< MY Zf 2 , flange attaching a handle to bronze cauldron from Shaft Grave IV (NMA 576; Palaima 2003); the vessel is presently on display in the NMA Akrotiri room </br<> AI
The only appearance of AB 43

NEROKOUROU
NE Za 1 (Godart 1989) ]I- DA [

PALAIKASTRO
PK 1 , page tablet (HM 86) (GORILA I: 280-281) (House beta, room thirteen, LM I context) side.line statement number .1 SI-[•]-NE-TI 1 .1 KA- QA 2 -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------.2 A-DU-ZA 1 .2 TA 2 -TA-RE 1 -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------.3 TA 2 -TI-TE 1 .3-4 O-KA-MI-ZA-SI- I - NA 1 -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------.5 O- TE - JA 1 -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------.6 RA-NA-TU-SU 1 .6 NI- MI 1 -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------.6-7 TU -SU 1 .7 MA-TI-ZA-I-TE 1 -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------.8 MA - TE -TI 1 .8 MA-KA-I-TA 1
the tablet was ruled as it was written, rather than pre-ruled as with Linear B tablets: line 3 was ruled, then erased, then written with SI written onto the right side, the word was then finished at the start of line 4, then ruled from that point on -- I have not tried to indicate this

.3-4: - I - NA not clear at all .6-7: TU is written in line 6, ruled line, SU starts line 7 .8 or: MA - DA -TI; MA-KA-I-TA also appears on ZA 5b.2-3 (also the last name). note the parallel formations
TA2-TA-RE TA2-TI-TE MA-TI-ZA-I-TE MA - TE -TI MA-KA-I-TA SI-[•]-NE-TI

*SI-[•]-NE-Rv cf. SI-KI- NE (HT 116a.5-6) SI - ZA -NE-*310 (KN Zf 31) SI KA A TA2 TA O

is this list possibly in "alphabetic" or geographic (with MA-KA-I-TA on the border of both Zakros and Palaikastro polities)? order?
TI KA TE RA PU 2 TU MA TI TE KA

PK 3 , 4-sided clay bar (Raison-Pope 1994, 273), findspot unknown, written retrograde side.line statement number a.1 ]-QE 3 a.1 JA 20 a.2 ]31 a.2 DA-RE 72

b c d

[ ]-TI [ ]-KU []

2 3 3

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

PK Za 8 (HM 618) ) (GORILA IV: 24-27), stone libation table (Bosanquet & Dawkins 1923, 141-42, no. 1) (cave on lower slope of the Petsofas hill) a: ]-NU • PA 3 - E • JA- DI -KI-TE-TE-* 307 - PU 2 -RE • TU- ME - I b: JA-SA-[ ] U-NA-KA-NA- SI[ ] c: I- PI -[
[GORILA IV 24-27] a: JA-NA-KI-TE-TE- KU -PU 2 -RE not impossible. JGY: TU-ME-I also occurs on PK Za 8a. [JGY {11 v 2006}, at the prompting of Miguel Valerio]

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

PK Za 9 (HM 1585) (GORILA IV: 28-29), Libation Table, serpentine (Bosanquet & Dawkins 1923, 143, no. 3) (Petsophas) .1: ] vest. [ .2: ] JA - U - PA - MA - I -DA-[•]-DI[
.2 perhaps: ] JA - U - PA - MA - I -DA-* 301 -DI[.

PK Za 10 (HM 1586) (GORILA IV: 30-31), round Libation Table, serpentine (Bosanquet & Dawkins, 1923, 142, no 2) (Petsophas) ]-SI • I-PI-NA-MI-NA • SI-[

SI- RU [ possible.

PK Za 11 (HM 1341) (GORILA IV: 32-34), square Libation Table, serpentine; Bosanquet & Dawkins, 1923, 143, no. 4) (probably Petsophas) a: A -TA-I-*301-WA-E • A-DI-KI-TE-TE-[• b: •]- RE • PI-TE- RI • A-KO- A - NE • A c: SA-SA-RA-ME • U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI • d: I-PI- NA - MI - NA [ ] SI-RU-[•] • I-NA-JA-PA-QA
a: GORILA says, "the last sign could be KI , U , or DU .

b: JGY: The first sign cannot be PU 2 , but PU is not impossible; the second sign, according to the photograph (p. 32), is probably RE (GORILA reads DA ). Thus, the word should more likely be: A-DI-KI-TE-TE- DU - PU - RE d: GORILA: "SI-RU- DU is not excluded." But (JGY) it should be TE; the forked "legs" of what GORILA sees as possibly DU look very faint on the photograph (p. 33), more like scratches.

PK Za 12 (HM 942) (GORILA IV: 35-38), round Libation Table, serpentine (probably Petsophas) a1: A -TA-I-*301-WA-JA • A-DI-KI- TE -[ a2: -QA b: 2? 3? ]SI-[ 4? 5? ]RA-ME[ c: ]A-[ 2? ]-NE • U-NA-RU-KA[ 1? ]JA-SI • d1: A-PA-DU- PA -[ 3? ]JA[ 2? ]JAd2: -PAb: ]SI- RU [ possible.

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

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

PK Za 14 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 2470) (GORILA IV: 39-40), square Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas) a: ]-TU- ME b: -I • JA-SA-SA-[
ab: ]TU- ME -I

PK Za 15 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 2469) (GORILA IV: 41), circular Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas) ]-• JA-DI-KI-TE-TE- DU -PU 2 -RE[
perhaps ]-JA

PK Za 16 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7231) (GORILA IV: 42), square Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas) .a: ]-TO-SA • PU 2 .b:-RE- JA [ ] vest. [
the two lines probably run together: ]-TO-SA • PU 2 -RE- JA [; cf. ]PU 2 -RE-JA on ZA Zb 34

PK Za 17 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7232) (GORILA IV: 43), square Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas) ]I-DA • [•][

PK Za 18 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7233) (GORILA IV: 44), square? Libation Table, serpentine (Petsophas). The inscription reads from the interior (cf. KY Za 2, PK Za 20). ]-TE • I-DA • JA-JA-[

PK Zb 19 (Driessen, BSA 82, 1987, 153) SE-SI- TA [
the last sign could equally be SU (cf. its appearance on TL Za 1a); JA is possible

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

PK Zb 21 (HM ) (Driessen 1991), Pithos (Building 7: destruction debris, MM IIIB-LM IA) inscription incised before firing. Brent Davis supplies the improved reading adopted here ("A New Reading of PK Zb 21," Kadmos 47, 2008, 1-2). KI-TA-NI-TE
Driessen reads ME-WI-TA-NI-TE (cf. HT Wc 3004a-3005a); Davis notes the recurrence of KI-TA-N in PE Zb 3 and KH 60.1.

PK Zg 22 VINum [[VINum]]

PK Zb 23 KA [
Schoep ( BSA 93, 1998, 267): doodle of chariot

PK Zb 24 VINum

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

PK Zb ? (AIA meetings, 3 January 2004: pithos sherd, written retrograde) A-PA 3 -DI[
cf. PH 28a.1: ]A-PA 3 [; KN 22b(=lat.sup. to a): ] A -DI- PA 3 ; ARKH 1a.5: A-PA-[

PK Zb ? (Hood 1964), conical cup fragment RE B
Watrous 1992 (Kommos III) 136-37: conical cups have an average maximum capacity of 0.127 liters. If B = 1/5, then the implied unit is 0.635 liters. If B = 1/3, the implied unit is 0.381 liters. If the implied unit is equivalent to Mycenaean Z (0.4 liters), then the value of fraction B is closer to 1/3 than to 1/5.

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

logogram

number 35

fraction

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

PE 1 (Siteia Mus. 6606; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 25-30), found in a mixed deposit. The tablet is pierced in the middle of line 3; on bottom rim, small holes. JGY: people+food side.line statement logogram number fraction .1-2 U-KA-RE A-SE-SI-NA .2 KU-PA-RI VIR 50[ .3 GRA+PA {*547} J 26 .3-4 E-KA[ VIR 72 .4-5 GRA+PA {*547} 36 .6 vacat
as GRA+PA {*547} 3 6 (the 3rd 10 is to be restored in the slightly abraided area to the right) is half of VIR 72 , so .2-3: GRA+PA {*547} 26 J (26 1/2) is half of VIR 53 (to be restored).

Schoep 2002, 107: a list of rations of GRA+PA {*547}/person; the amounts of 1/2 unit per person is twice the monthly ration that women in Linear B get (T2 or 24 liters) and 4 times what a child gets (T1); cf. HT 108

PE 2 (Siteia Mus. 91033; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 30-31), mixed deposit side.line statement number .1 ] vest. [ .2 3 .2 RU-PI[ ]-*305-MI 1 .3 A-*325- ZA .3 A-RI-PA .3-4 QA-QA-DA .4 TO- ME 1 .4 TO-*49-RE

fraction B F E E J B

PE Zb 3 , pithos, inscribed on the room (Siteia Mus. 9102; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 31, 34-36), on the Central Court, west of the northern column base (LM IB context). The pithos is approximately 0.96 m high. A-KA-RA KI-TA-NA-SI-JA-SE VIR+ZA

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

PE Zc 4 (Siteia Mus. 9191; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 36-37), Room E (LM IB context) ] A -JA[ or ]JA- SI [ ?

PE Zg 5 (Siteia Mus. 8606; Tsipopoulou & Hallager 1996: 38-39), Room K, magazine (LM IB context) OLE * 307 1 J

PE Zg 6 (Siteia Mus.; Hallager 2008: 359), "unique" clay rod found in House II "in an MM III pit with possible remains from cult activities." I-NA-[•]-TE ____________ TA-NA-MA-JE _____________

PE Zb 7 (Siteia Mus.; Hallager 2008: 359; photo by Kim Raymoure, after complete reconstruction), inscribed pithos in the north magazines (LM IB context); the inscriptions appear on each side of a vertical handle, the first inscribed after firing, the second before firing ]-A JA-WA-PI 1
the number 1 is a tall vertical stroke, perhaps too tall to be a number. As Kim Raymoure points out, the PI looks similar to those on PK Za 8b and 10, and [JGY adds] to MA 10b.1

photo thanks to Kim Raymoure

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

PE Ws (HM) GRA+TI E 1

PE Zb (HM) (sherd) ]A-NU[

PETSOPHAS
PETS Wc , roundel found, Fall 1993

PHAISTOS
PH 1 , page tablet (HM 1359) (GORILA I: 286-7; found in Vano 8 with the Phaistos Disc, in NE part of palace) side.line statement logogram number a.1 ]DI-RA-DI-NA *316 a.2 ]JA • *316 1 a.2 *303 a.3 ] vest. [ b.1 b.1 b.2 b.3 [•]- NA PA[ ] FIC vacat
.b.1 perhaps: DU - NA .

fraction [•] L2 [ H

1 2 FK

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

number 1 60 60 60

fraction

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

PH 3 , page tablet (HM 1405) (GORILA I: 290-291; Vano XLIV.38, MM III context; Fiandra 1996: from the window sill) side.line statement logogram number "fraction" a.1 ] MA +[•] {*556} 1

a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 b.1 b.2 b.3. b.4

TA[ ] MA +A {*557} MA +MA {*563} ] MA +RU {*558} PA - RA ] PA [ ]1 infra mutila MI + JA {*548} ]SI ] vest. [ ] SI infra mutila
MA+RU = wool, measured in Double Minas (see the Introduction).

1 DD DD DD

] JE[ E[ 1 E[

PH 6 , page tablet (HM 1486) (GORILA I: 292-3; Vano XXVIII, MM II context) side.line statement .1 I-NA-WA • .1 A-RI .2 I-ZU-RI-NI-TA .3 A-RI .4 I-DA-PA 3 -I-SA-RI
this is one of the few documents to list just words, no numbers (cf. KH 79+89), and like PH 2, almost each statement occupies its own line (cf. KH 79+89).

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

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

number

fraction

1

L[ L[ LE

a.3 perhaps: ]JA-RU-MA-NE 1[.

PH 8 , page tablet (HM 1509) (GORILA I: 296-7; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram a.1 ]*417VAS+L2 {*663} _____________________________________________________________________ a.2 ]VIR a.2 *304 _____________________________________________________________________ a.3 a.4 *418VAS+L2 {*664} _____________________________________________________________________ infra mutila supra mutila b.1 b.1 b.2-3 ]*316 *318+[•][ vacant [ infra mutila
a.1 & a.4: Perna 2003: Presumably, L2 is a fraction [? 1/2], possibly referring to the weight of the vases [of metal?]; a.1: ones carried by the girls gathering saffron in the upper fresco from Xeste 3, Akrotiri); a.4:

number 7 11 2 ] 16 1

fraction

1

*417VAS is a two-handled basket (like the

*418VAS is a bull-head rhyton.

PH 9 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1510) (GORILA I: 298; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram number fraction

b (obverse: hole starts from this side) ]* 412 VAS VINa a (reverse; hole exits on this side) *317-QE-*353
*412VAS is a jug with pointed foot

JJ Y

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

logogram *180

number

fraction LL

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

PH 12 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1513+1524) (GORILA I: 300-301; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram a • *180-*339 VIR b.1 b.2 lat. s. (ie, the end) TE

number 10 [

fraction LL E[ ]EE[

PH 13 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1514) (GORILA I: 302-303; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram number fraction a, read retrograde ]*328 *180 ]EE c (= reverse of a), read retrograde ]TE-ZU E E[ b, a separate piece altogether, read retrograde

]*356

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

number

fraction

PH 15 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1516) (GORILA I: 304-305; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram number fraction a (obverse?) ]MA-TE-RE *339 11 [ b (reverse?) ]-*357 *180[

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

number

fraction

PH 17 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1518) (GORILA I: 306-307; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram a (read ]*359-[

number

fraction

retrograd) b (with palmprint)

]*360[

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

logogram

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction ]JJ

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

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

number 2[

fraction

PH 26 , "lame"/horizontal tablet (HM 1527) (GORILA I: 312-313; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram ]-PU 3

number

fraction EYYY[

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

number

fraction

PH 28 , page tablet (HM 1529) (GORILA I: 314-315; Vano 25, MM II context) side.line statement logogram supra mutila a.1 ] A - PA 3 -[ ] • a.2 JA-KI-PA 3 [ ] • a.3 A-RI-JA[ b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 supra mutila ] vest. [ *304 [[graffito]]

number

fraction

102[ ]2 6 ]6

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction E[

PH(?) 31 , page tablet (HM 1609) (GORILA I: 318-319; context unknown; Schoep 2002, 121 n. 114: probably from HT) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) Photograph and drawing available. side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4 a.4 b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.4 b.5 statement supra mutila ]A[ ]RU MA-DI logogram number fraction

KU-PA 3 -NU PA-TA-DA[ KU-RO

CAPm+KU {*513} OVISm OVISf [ •]+NE SUS+SI+RE CAPm+KU {*513} OVISm OVISf ] CAPf OVISf CAPm CAPm CAPf OVISm [ OVISm SUS+SI[ OVISm

1 1 1 1 ]1 1 5 3[ 2 1[ 1 1 5 ]1

supra mutila

]- DU -RI TU-[ ] NE TE-RI [ RI -RU-MA-TI A-MI-DA-O

1[

Since the left edge of the table is completely broken away, the original width may only be guessed by assuming some word before the break - for instance, if .a2 did start with QA-QA-RU vel sim. (see comparison with HT tablets, below), there would have been room for two, possibly three signs at the left.

a.2, 4: CAPm+KU could be CAPm+A, especially on line 2 a.3 & b.4: the ligatures with SUS are on the tablet, but GORILA does not give numbers for these ligatures a.3-4: PA-TA-DA ends line 3 at the preserved right edge of the tablet; line 4 begins with a break - there might be room, based on the observation above, for -DU-PU2-RE (cf. HT Zb 160). a.5: the left edge of the tablet is broken away, but there is room for a few signs on line 5, if the scribe wrote down to the bottom as was done on the reverse. The left edge of the tablet can be approximately determined by supplying QA+QA+ to the beginning of line a.2. Since the document lists a total of CAPf 7, perhaps that and the total for CAPm followed a.4 OVISf 3 at the lower left edge of the document. If so, the total for CAPm was certainly 2, since 2 CAPm are specifically stated (b.2, 3), and the total for CAPf must be 8 (7 are specifically stated, b.1, 3) plus one more to be restored on b.2. That there is room for CAPm 2 CAPf 8 at the lower left is obvious in a restoration drawing of side a with the left edge determined by restoring QA+QA+]RU on a.2. Thus, we can restore the complete total (omitting the total for OVISm SI+AU+RE on the assumption that they are immature animals are counted but not totalled). b.4: just to the left of -RU JGY sees the bottom short horizontal stroke of RI -; cf. b.3 TE-RI. For a major problem in reading this line, see below. Julio Fontán-Tejeio (8 Nov 2010) corrected several errors in the identification of the animals (corrected above) and draws attention to the fact that KU-RO (a.4) totals the number of animals on both sides of the document. Side b is therefore the obverse and side a is the reverse: side.line statement logogram number fraction supra mutila b.1 ] CAPf 2 b.1 OVISf 1[ b.2 ]- DU -RI CAPm 1 b.2 TU-[

b.3 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.4 b.5 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4 a.4

] NE TE-RI [ RI -RU-MA-TI A-MI-DA-O supra mutila ]A[ ]RU MA-DI

CAPm CAPf OVISm [ OVISm SI+AU[- RE CAPm + KU OVISm

1 5 ]1 ]1 1 1[

KU-PA 3 -NU PA-TA-DA[ KU-RO

CAPm+KU {*513} OVISm OVISf [ •]+NE SI+AU-RE CAPm+KU {*513} OVISm OVISf

1 1 1 1 ]1 1 5 3[

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

Since pigs are thought to be recorded only in the signgroup SUS+SI[+RE on this tablet, they may actually not exist -- otherwise only OVIS & CAP are listed; instead, the signgroup may modify OVISm. Neither OVISm OVISf, nor BOS are modified by ligatures in the Linear A corpus, but OVIS+SI recurs three times on ZA 9 (VINa •SI• occurs only once, on HT 27b.1-2, and probably has nothing to do with the ligature OVIS+SI). CAP is ligatured only as CAPm+KU on our PH(?) 31 tablet. If we turn to Linear B, we find BOS+SI (PY Cn 418.02, 03) and SUS+SI (PY Cn 608.03-11, Ua 25.01, Un 2.06, Un 138.04; TH Wu 52A, 68A). Apparently +SI stands for si-a 2 -ro (as specified with pigs on PY Cn 608.01), corresponding to Classical Greek σίαρος, "fat hog." Back to Linear A and PH(?) 31.a3, b.4: if SUS+SI could actually be AU+SI, and if the signgroup (now: SUS+SI+RE) could be read differently, as SI+AU+RE, it might be the Linear A predecessor of Linear B si-a 2 -ro , and might therefore refer to the preceding OVISm (in b.4, and possibly in a.3), following the "continuity" principle [see discussion on the homepage]: ie, KU-PA 3 -NU (OVISm) SI+AU+RE 1 , with OVISm continued over from the last citation for MA-DI (if the last citation was indeed OVISm). The total of 5 for OVISm allows for OVISm 1 to be restored to PA-TA-DA (a.3-4), that is, OVISm not SI+AU+RE, thus reinstating a new subject. (If SI+AU+RE meant "to get fat" or "to get mature," vel sim. it could apply also to the OVIS+SI on ZA 9.)

Most (all) of the names on PH(?) 31 are duplicated on HT tablets (one name duplicated[?] on ZA 10a). side/line a.2 a.2 a.3 a.4 b.1 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.5 PH(?) 31
]RU MA-DI KU-PA 3 -NU PA-TA-DA[-DU-PU2-RE ]- DU -RI TU-[ ] NE TE-RI RI -RU-MA-TI A-MI-DA-O

HT / other
cf. QA-QA-RU: HT 118.1 (immediately before MA-DI) MA-DI: HT 3.7;HT 85b.5; HT 97a.4; HT 118.1 KU-PA3-NU: HT 1.3-4; HT 49a.6-7; HT 88.5; HT 117a.3; HT 122a.6 & 7; cf. KUPA3-[: HT 101.4; KU-PA3-NA-TU: HT 47a.1-2 & HT 119.3 PA-TA-DA-DU-PU2-RE: HT Zb 160 cf. ]-DU-RI-TE: HT 4.2 cf. TU-JU-MA: HT 117.a3-4 (immediately after KU-PA3-NU) cf. PA-TA-NE: HT 122a.6 (immediately after KU-PA3-NE) TE-RI: HT 91.5 RI-RU-MA: HT 118.4 JA-MI-DA-RE: HT 122a.4; the same as A-MI-DA-U?: ZA 10a.3; cf. PH 14b A-MI[

Following the above observations, I would then switch obverse-reverse, and flesh out some of the lucunae (names to match their occurrence in other HT documents, and animals and numbers to match the totals -- in green), as follows:
side.line b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.5 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3 statement supra mutila logogram ] CAPf OVISf CAPm CAPf CAPm CAPf OVISm [ OVISf OVISm SI+AU+ [ RE OVISm number 2 1[ 1 1] 1 5 1] ]1 1

]- DU -RI TU-[ JU-MA PA-TA- ] NE TE-RI [ RI -RU-MA-TI A-MI-DA-O supra mutila ]A[ QA-QA- ]RU MA-DI

]

1[

CAPm+KU {*513} OVISm OVISf [ OVISm

1 1 1] 1

a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.5

KU-PA 3 -NU PA-TA-DA KU-RO

SI+AU+RE [ OVISm ] CAPm+KU {*513} OVISm OVISf [ CAPm [ CAPf

1 1 1 5 3[

] 8]
2

PH Wa 32 (HM 1491) (GORILA II: 90) (Vano 10, MM III context) SU-KI-RI-TA

PH Wb 33 (HM 677) (GORILA II: 92) Vano 25 (Vano LI, MM II context) vest. CMS II 5, no. 146: weave pattern

PH Wb 34 (HM 675) (GORILA II: 92) Room LI (Vano LI, MM II context) vest. CMS II 5, no. 210: B/L petaloid loop

PH Wb 35 (HM 679) (GORILA II: 92) Room LI (Vano LI, MM II context) vest. CMS II 5, no. 180: antithetic Cs

PH Wb 36 (HM 1534) (GORILA II: 92) (Vano 25, MM II context) TE inscribed in a thumb-print.

PH Wc 37 (HM 1487) GORILA II: 94; Roundel 2: 183) (Vano LI, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. a: KA-PU 3 -SI *320 1 [[ 1 ]] II 5, no. 220: rosette

PH Wc 38 (HM 1486) (GORILA II: 94; Roundel 2: 184) (Vano LI, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. PU 3 - TA -MA 1[

PH Wc 39 (HM 1489) (GORILA II: 94; Roundel 2: 185) (Vano LI, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions a: JA-DI b: RO 1 [[ 1 ]]

CMS no. II 5, no. 305: triton shell

PH Wc 40 (HM 1490) (GORILA II: 95; Roundel 2: 186) (Vano LI, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. a: TI-TI-MA b: NA II 5, p. xl, n. 8 2

PH Wc 41 (HM 1530) (GORILA II: 95; Roundel 2: 187) (Vano 25, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions VINa 1 J 4

CMS no. II 5, no. 97: cross & dots

PH Wc 43 (HM 1532) (GORILA II: 95; Roundel 2: 188) (Vano 25, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. VINa []

PH Wc 44 (HM 1533) (GORILA II: 96; Roundel 2: 189) (Vano 25, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. OVIS thumbprint 1

PH Wc 46 (HM 1536) (GORILA II: 96; Roundel 2: 190) (Vano 25, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. *328 E []

PH Wc 52 (HM 689; CMS II5 300) (Hallager, Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens 1, 1995: 11) (Vano 25, MM II context) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS no. II 5 no. 300: doghead right VIN 6 (CHIC *018)

PH Wb 55 (HM 676) (Vano LI, MM II context) vest. seal impression: CMS II 5 no. 167: weave pattern

PH Wg 45 , formerly PH Wc 45 (HM 1535; reclassified by Hallager 1996: 2, p. 7) (GORILA II: 96) (Vano 25, MM II context) E - TA2 - QE
the reading is very doubtful

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

PH Zb 4 (HM 1620) (GORILA IV: 93), LM I pithos sherd (Palace Magazine 27) SI-MA • I-JA-TE

PH Zb 5 (PH Storeroom 33) (GORILA IV: 94), LM I pithos rim (Palace Magazine 33) WA- PI -TI-NA-RA 2

PH Zb <47> , formerly PH Wc <47> (PH Mus. Strat.?; reclassified by Hallager 1996: 2, p. 7) (GORILA II: 96), sherd (MM I-III context) *328

PH Zb 48 (HMp 19808) (GORILA IV: 95), sherd (lower W court, MM I-III context) QA -* 305 -[•]

PLATANOS
PL Zf 1 (HM 498) (GORILA IV: 161, 162), silver pin (Tholos A, LM I); Palaima 1988:310-12, citing Duhoux, claims the inscription is sinistroverse. ]TA • WI -TE-JA- MU • U-QE-TI • JA-SA-SA-RA- ME • TA-NU-NI-KI-NA • NI-NU- NI • [•]-I-[•]
Only the vertial stroke is preserved for the last syllabogram of JA-SA-SA-RA-; it could be ME or NE.

POROS HERAKLEIOU
PO Zg 1 (HM 27663; BCH 117, 1993, 510), dipinto on wheel-made female figurine, LM III A:1-2 by context and style retrograde: RI -QE-TI- A -SA-SA-RA-* 325 •
JGY finds all the signs slightly doubtful, none more so than the others. David Willem Borgdorff (personal communication 23 July 2002) suggested that the phrase should be understood as separated into two parts ( RI -QE-TI A -SA-SA-RA-* 325 ), though that might obscure the meaning, if the final -I (in RI -QE-TI) acted like the usual prefix J- to A -SA-SA-RA. It is likely that *325 stands for either the usual ending -ME or the variant ending -MANA.

PRASSA
PR Za 1 , poros limestone box (HM 2444) (GORILA IV: 46-49) (House B, MM IIIB-LM IA context) a: TA-NA-SU- TE [ ]-KE b: SE- TO -I- JA c: A-SA-SA-RA-ME
.a: Davis 2011, 476, suggests DA or RO for the 5th sign. JGY: for the whole word, cf. TE-SU-DE-SE-KE-I (KN Zf 31)

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

PSI Za 1 (PS 4370), pithos shoulder fragment from Pseira, north of Building AF North (LM IB context) *188- DU - SE [
Floyd suggests several other possibilities, of which 2 are likely:*188- A - I [, *188- WA - I . *188-DU also appears on HT 123b.3, Wc 3020a, & We 1021a. For the medial sign, I find PU possible; and if read retrograde, thisword could be ] SE - PU -*188; cf. SU-PU 2 -*188 (HT 8b.1)

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

PSYKHRO
PS Za 2 , serpentine offering table or kernos with 3 cup sinking (2 smaller ones flank a central large cup) (fragment a: Louvre IPS 358 [corrected from GORILA V: 80]; joining fragments b & c: AM AE 1+AM 1932.661) (GORILA IV: 52-55) (cave shelter ["Upper Grotto"] in front of the entrance to the deep cave itself). The two lines read from the same vantage point. Across the top is line 1 (fragments b+c); across the bottom is line 2, beginning on fragment 1 and continuing onto fragments b+c. PS Scribe 1 (for PS 2.1) & Scribe 2 (for PS 2.2) .1 (top of fragments b+c): 24?? ]-RE-I-KE .2 (beginning on the bottom of fragment a and continuing onto TA-NA-I-*301-TI • [ 6? ]-JA- TI •JA-SA-SA-RA-ME • b+c):

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

number 90

fraction

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

number

fraction J

PYR Wc 4 (AgNik 12567; Roundel 2: 196-97) statement a.1-2: TI-[•]-I- SI

logogram b: *501/AURUM doubled

no. of impressions 2+3

CMS no. II 6, nos. 234 (2 lions attack bull)+235 (woman at shrine)

Might the unknown sign be the right-hand part of DU, written small as a ligature against the right "leg" of TI? Thus: TI+DU ?

PYR Zb 5 (KNSM MP/71/79) ] TE -JA[

SAMOTHRACE
SAM Wa 1 (SamM EEE 769; CMS V Suppl. 1B no. 327: nodulus impressed by a cushion seal carrying the Hieroglyphic inscription JA-SA <-SARA>, CHIC #137), MM II context statement logogram number fraction H: JA-SA < -SA-RA > TE K 10

SAM We 4 (formerly SA We 2; CMS V Suppl. 3, no. 343), nodulus pierced for suspension (no stringhole). a. impression of a cushion seal: in the center, vertical hatching, flanked by a star? and line at left and by a S-shape at right (cf. CMS V 479 from Kea) b. A+TE (or A609=A302+A, or A+A303)

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

SKHINIA
SK Zb 1 (HM 1614) (GORILA IV: 98-99), pithos rim fragment A-MA-RA-NE[

SITIA
SI Zg 1 (HM 2615) (GORILA IV: 168). Ovoid stone (weight?; Haghia Photia; N. Platon, KretKhron 1957: 340; A. Mikhaelidou, "O zygos ste zoe ton katoikon tou Aigaiou kai tes Aigyptou," in Krete-Aiguptos. Politismikoi desmoi trion khilietion , ed. A. Karetsou, 128-149, esp. 137, figs. 18a, 18b); the weight is 3405 gr. A-[•]-DA-*118
The second sign, according to Mikhaelidou fig. 18b, may be DU

Sign *118 is a balance scale, presumably the sign for a Talent. Below the inscription: an incised fish to right ( pagellus erythrinus , English pandora, Greek lithrini [for a picture, click here ]); thanks to Miguel Valério for the identification. Schoep (2002: 35) incorrectly gives the weight as 1140 gr, misidentifying it as the marble cylinder found by Xanthoudides in 1909. (Thanks to Brent Davis for the bibliographical information). At 3405 gr, the weight is equivalent to 55.82 Aegean Units (Petruso) or M 3 N 2 (ca. 3416 gr).

SKOTEINO CAVE
SKO Zc 1 (Knossos, Stratigraphical Museum, Skoteino Cave 187 & 188), two fragments of a LM IA-B chalice rim; inscription painted on the exterior (M. Perna, A. Kanta, and L. Tyree, "An Unpublished Inscription in Linear A from the Skoteino Cave, Crete [SKO Zc 1]," in M. Perna, ed., Studi in onore di Enrica Fiandra. Contributi di archeologia egea e vicinorientale [De Bocard, Paris 2005] 321-33) fragment 1: ] vest. • NA- TU -* 301 -NE[ fragment 2: ] QA - KI - TI [
for frag. 1, see IO Za 8 (libation table, ]A-NA-TI-*301-WA-JA[), and (even better) AP Za 2.1 (stone jar, ]-KU-PA 3 -NA-TU-NA-TE-[) where the KU-PA 3 or KU-PA 3 NA may be a prefix (KU-PA 3 -NU appears frequently in the HT tablets)

SYME
Polymnia Muhly and Jean-Pierre Olivier, "Linear A Inscriptions from the Syme Sanctuary, Crete," Arkhaiologike Ephemeris 2008: 197-223. This study republishes (with corrections) the documents SY Za 1-2 that appeared in GORILA V, pp. 62-67) and presents the new documents Za 4-6 & 812 and Zb 7. Muhly presents the archaeological contexts and Olivier presents the documents. For a PDF (photos and drawings) of the new material, click here . Note: Olivier presents the documents in drawings and in transnumeration; JGY has transliterated the signs.

SY Za 1 (HM 3459) (GORILA V: 62-63; ArchEph 2008, 197-8, 201-3), circular, pedestalled Libation Table (Building U, room 5, MM IIIB context; H. ca. 15, D. ca. 14.5 cm) ] A -TA-I-*301-WA-JA • I-DA-MI • JA-•-[

SY Za 2 (HM 3429) (GORILA V: 64-65; ArchEph 2008, 197-198, 203-5), square Libation Table (Building U, room 8; MM IIIB-LM I context; H. ca. 9.5, W. ca. 18, H. ca. 18 cm); inscription a (side a) is across the top, facing the interior (left to right); inscription b is on the right side, each sign vertical as if oriented to a; side c carries no inscription; inscription d is on the left side, extreme left corner, facing the interior (left to right). a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-SU-MA-TU OLIV • b: U-NA-KA-NA-SI OLE c: vacat d: A-JA
a: Brent Davis points out that *122 OLIV strongly resembles RE in KO Za 1b; GORILA may have been aware of this since it draws the two signs very similarly. The Libation Formula here has been curtailed, omitting JA-SA-SA-RA-ME (perhaps replaced by d: A-JA) and the last three words in the Formula. If *122 OLIV is indeed the sign after JA-SU-MA-TU, then perhaps it is parallel to *322 OLE after U-NA-KA-NA-SI. The inscription then blends administrative information with the dedicatory Libation Formula.

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

A- TA - I -* 301 -WA-[JA -- -- ca. 8 -- --]•-•-• SE -KA-NA- SI [•] TE [-- -- ca. 10 -- --]SI-RU-TE
SE and the following TE are rather doubtful.

SY Za 4 (HM 5586) (ArchEph 2008, 199, 207-8), circular serpentine Libation Table (north area of the Enclosure; IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 13, D. ca. 13.5 cm). The inscription is written on the exterior rim. A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-I-NWA- ZA • PA 3 -NI-WI
NWA, the first appearance of this sign in Linear A, is certain.

SY Za 5 (HM 5587) (ArchEph 2008, 198, 208-9), circular serpentine Libation Table (south part of the site, east of the Hellenistic-Roman shrine CD; H. ca. 8.8, D. ca. 13.5). The inscription is written on the top of the rim, oriented to the interior. ]-MI-JA • JA-WA-PA 3 -[
about 10 cm to the left of the visible inscription are the traces of 2 or 3 signs, the first of which may be A .

SY Za 6 (HM 5588) (ArchEph 2008, 198, 209-10), circular serpentine Libation Table in the shape of a chalice (near a fire associated with Building Ub; MM IIIA context - "the earliest securely date inscribed libation table found in a cult place"; H. ca. 11, D. ca. 11.8). The rim is well preserved; the inscription is written on the wall of the vessel, just below the rim. DA- SE -RA-TE
the signs are shallowly scratched into the stone; SE has a triangular base; cf. HT Zb 158a.

SY Zb 7 (HM no. unknown) (ArchEph 2008, 198, 210-11), fragment of a terracotta zoomorphic rhyton (south part of the site, mixed deposits; H. 9.2, L. 4) •-RA-KI-•- SE
the first sign could be any with a single upright hastus (DA, A, MU, SA etc.); the 4th sign could be ZU over WA .

SY Za 8 (HM 3825+3833+5589) (ArchEph 2008, 198-9, 211-12), circular serpentine Libation Table (fragments from disturbed deposits in the southeast and north area of the Enclosure; MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 13.7, D. ca. 18.6 cm). The inscription is written on the top of the rim, oriented to the interior. A-TA-]I-*301- WA -JA • JA-JA[-•-]•-•[

SY Za 9 (HM 5585) (ArchEph 2008, 212-13), circular serpentine Libation Table (MM IIIB-LM IA context; H. ca. 5.8; D. ca. 9.1 cm). The inscription is inscised just below the rim. JA-PA- RA -JA- SE
RA is open towards the right like 20% of RA in Linear A, and thus the ancester to Linear B ra (on SY Zb 7). SE has a triangular base; cf. SY Za 6 & HT Zb 158a.

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

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

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

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

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

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

THE small tablet fragment 1 ]KI[

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

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

THE tablet 4 (Akrotiri D18, LM IA context; Museum of Prehistoric Thera 8368; best tablet preserved; upsidedown in museum case) blank side.line statement logogram number space a.1 ][ a.2 ][ a.3 ] OVIS 7[ a.4 ]OVIS 46 [
3. I see only 3 4. I see perhaps [[ 46 ]] 36 3, 4. A306=OVIS

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

fraction

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

fraction

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

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

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

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

THE Zb 5 (Owens 1996d, 1999a; Michailidou 1993), ostracon from Akrotiri; inscription made after firing .1: MA 40 PU 5 .2: *171 7 ZO 9 TA 4

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

JE (sign, not fraction)

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

THE Zb 11 (Bennett & Owens; Karnava, Horizons conf. forthcoming) pithos from House of the Ladies, with 4 signs .1: • • • VIN+TE 120
120 units (28.8 liters/unit) = 3,456 liters, roughly 3 3/4 times the capacity of the Zakros pithos ZA Zb 3 inscribed with VIN 32 (under 1000 liters).

TIRYNS
TI Zb 1 (inv. no. LXI 41/8 XII R 121), LH III B2 ? ]* 301 - SI [

TRAOSTALOS
TRA Zb 1 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 107), sherd ]RE-JA-[
]RE-JA- MA [ possible.

TROULLOS
the eastern-most section of Minoan Archanes TL Za 1 (HM 1545) (GORILA IV: 58-59), marble ladle (surface find). Like KY Za 2, the inscription begins on the top, to the left of the point. The first two words (except final -RE) occupy the top of the ladle, the next two words occupy the right rim, and the inscription concludes on the lower left rim. The signs have been inked. a: A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • O-SU-QA-RE • b: JA-SA-SA-RA- ME • U-NA-KA- NA -[SI c: I-PI]-NA-MA SI- RU -[TE
Owens 1994: 26 compares O-SU-QA-RE with Linear B su-ke-re mentioned as being at Setoija on KN As 1516.20; since Troullos is "just ten minutes' walk from the findplace of the Archanes archive," Owens posits that Archanes is Setoija.

TRYPITI
TRY Zb 1 (Raison-Pope 1994, 293), larnax corner ] NE - MI [ or ] MI - NE [

TYLISSOS
TY 2 , page tablet (HM 1374) (GORILA I: 324-325) side.line statement .1 .1 .2 .2 .2-3 PA-DA-RU .3 .3 .3-4 .4 .5 .5 .6 .6 .7-8 vacant infra mutila
the numbers now total 1497; perhaps the original was 1500 or 2000

logogram *309b+[ ]-34-PU- PI *309a[ ] *309b+[•]+KI+ PU *309a+DA+PU[ ] *309a+ JU -KI *309a+ RI - JU [ *309a+[ ] [ VIR *309c+DA-[•]- JU *309c+[ ]-RU-KA *309a+RI+[ ]-WA-JU [ ]*309b+RI-JU *309b[

number 5 00 2 90 50 10 100 ]6 84 17 [ ] 30 160 2 50

fraction

.2-3: it is possible that the ligature is between *309a and PA-DA-RU- JU -KI, or (since PA ends line 2) *309a and DA-RU- JU -KI.

TY 3 , page tablet (HM 1373+1375) (GORILA II: 326-329) side.line statement logogram a.1 ] ZA -*321 OLE+KI {*618} a.1 OLE+U {*610} a.1-2 NE KI+[ ] a.2 OLE+OVISf {*611} a.2 OLE+MI[ {*622} a.2 OLE+ U _____________________________________________________________________ a.3 A- DU -[••] OLE+KI {*618} a.3 OLE+KI+U {*619} a.4 OLE+KI+ME {*620} a.4 OLE+OVISf {*611} a.4 ]OLIV[ _____________________________________________________________________ a.5 A -DA OLE+U {*610} a.5 OLE+ MI {*622} a.6 ]KO-A-DU-WA OLE+[ ] _____________________________________________________________________ a.7 A-KU-TU-*361[ a.7 ]KI+[ ] a.7 OLE+TU {*621} _____________________________________________________________________ a.8. vacat b.1 KI-RI-SI OLE+MI {*622} _____________________________________________________________________ b.2 PI-KU-ZU OLE+KI {*618} b.2 OLE+ MI {*622} b.3 ]OLE+ NE {*612} _____________________________________________________________________ b.4 PA OLE +MI[ b.4 b.5-8 desunt
a.3: A- DU -[•]- KA ,A- DU -[•]- QE , or A- DU -[•]- MA .

number 15 22 5 3 7 51 2 1 4 4[ 21 2[ 7

"fraction" E

J J

D J

D

5 1

6[ 4 11 [ 2[

] 220 [

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

TY Zb 4 (HM 7304) (GORILA IV: 109), pithos, below rim (House C, Magazine 9) A-* 301 -KI-TA-A
[[ ]] between A and * 301 .

TY Zg 1 (HM 6585) (GORILA IV: 170), TC figurine (West Building, LM I context) ] MA -RU-A

TY Wc 5 (HM 430; Roundel 2: 203) statement logogram KU
doubtful sign

no. of impressions CMS no.

VRYSINAS
VRY Za 1 (Rethymnon Mus. 685) (GORILA IV: 61), square serpentine Libation Table. The inscription is written retrograde (Palaima 1988: 310-12, citing Duhoux) on the top of the rim, oriented towards the exterior, except SI which is oriented to the interior (ie, upside down). a: ] I -PI-NA-MA b: SI-RU-TE • [

ZAKROS
LM IB context.

ZA 1 , page tablet (HM 85) (GORILA I: 332-333) (House A, LM IB) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement a.1 a.1-2 KI - RE - ZA • a.2 a.3-4 vacant infra mutila b.1 b.1-2 b.3-4 E- MI [ ] RO vacant infra mutila

logogram • I+[?] {*516} • FIC ZA

number 42 5

fraction J

GRA

47

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

number

fraction

]5 ]3[ 4 1[ 18 4 13 5 50 3 104 [

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

ZA 5 , page tablet (HM 1616) (GORILA III: 152-155) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) ZA Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram a.1 QIf-*118 • VINa+SU {*593} a.1-2 KI-NI-MA a.2-3 O-TA-NI-ZA- SE a.3 SA-MI-DA-E[ a.4 ] vest. [ a.5-6 desunt a.7. ] vest. [ a.8 deest . ] vest. [ b.1 b.2 b.2-3 b.4-9 Ib-NU-MA-RE SI-PI-KI MA-KA-I-TA vacant
b.2-3: MA-KA-I-TA also appears on PK 1.8 (also the last name).

number 7 6

fraction

20 1 3

J

ZA 6 , page tablet (HM 1617+1628+1648) (GORILA III: 156-159) (Palace XVI B, LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) ZA Scribe 1 side.line statement logogram

number

fraction

a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.5 a.5 a.6 a.7 a.7 a.8 a.8 a.9 a.9-10

*305-WA-NA *34-JU-TE-MI[ I- SE [

*171

19 ] 1 80

]OLIV ]OLIV I-[

15 10 ]2

]PU 2 -RA 2 ]

GRA+PA {*547}[ ] 20 [ OLIV[ ] 25 * 304 [ ] 20

I-SE-[• 50 40 10 40 [ ] 20 E

b.1 I-KU-JU-TI-Ib GRA+PA {*547} b.2 VINa+RA {*594} b.2 VINa +KA {*596} b.2-3 *312-TA 2 GRA+PA {*547} b.3 _____________________________________________________________________ b.4 PA-ZA-[ b.5 ]I-MA[ b.6-8 vacant

Schoep 2002, 98: with quantities in whole number and this large, these are probably incoming commodities, targets or collections.

b.1: the distinction between I and Ib may mean that this line should read I-KU-JU-TI Ib GRA+PA, and that Ib is like I+[?] {*516}.

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

fraction

] F L2 [ ] vest. [

ZA 8 , page tablet (HM 1619) (GORILA III: 164-165) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) ZA Scribe 2 side.line statement logogram .1 KI-RA • .1 A-TA-RE • FIC .2 KU-TU-KO-RE .2-3 A-RI-NI-TA .3-4 TA-I-NU-MA-PA .4 MA-KA-I-SE .5 DA-I-PI-TA .6 KA-I-RO
8.2-3: A-RI-NI-TA also occurs on HT 25a.3.

number

"fraction" J DD BB J EJ J BB

1[] 2 2 4

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

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

number

fraction

5 4 2 2

.6

WI-RA-RE-MI-TE
.2 perhaps: ] MA -RA.

OVISf

1

4-5 possibly: A-TA-NA- TE .

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

number 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 5 6 5 5 5 4 3 2 1

fraction

| VINb

J TA DU 2 1[

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

b.5-6: PA-JA-RE also occurs on HT 29.2 and HT 88.5.

ZA 11 , page tablet (HM 1623) (GORILA III: 172-175) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context) ZA Scribe 2? side.line statement logogram a.1 DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]TA 2 • I+[?] {*516} • a.1 GRA+PA[ {*547} a.2-3 ]-RA-MA-SI VINa a.3-4 ]E-KU-RU a.4 JU a.4 VINa a.4 QE+GRA+PA {QE+*547} a.5 KU-PA • GRA + PA {*547} a.5 PI-*310-A[ a.6 ]OLIV infra mutila b.1 b.1 b.2a b.2b b.3 b.3 E-TO-RI SA-*301-RI • ]I-DE[ I+[?] {*516} • GRA+PA {*547} I OLIV ]RA GRA+PA {*547}

number

fraction

2

J[ E L L2 J

4 1[ 2

1[ 1[ 2 3

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

ZA 12 , page tablet (HM 1624) (GORILA III: 176-177) (Palace XVI Gamma, LM IB context) side.line statement logogram supra mutila a.1 PA+[?] a.1 TI a.2 RU a.3

number 64[ 13[ 28 6

fraction

supra mutila b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 ] TU [ PA +[?] TI RU 6[ 40 [ 13 26

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

number

fraction

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

number 1 1 3 8 1 45[ 2

fraction

ZA 15 , page tablet (HM 1627) (GORILA III: 182-185) (Palace XVI B, LM IB context) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) ZA Scribe 5 side.line statement logogram a.1 *47-KU-NA SA VINa {*522} a.2 QE-SI-ZU-E a.3 I-TI-NI-SA a.3 ME VINa {*507} a.4 MI-ZA-SE a.4-5 Ib-NU-MA-RE a.5 SI- PI -KI a.6 JA-SA- MU a.6-7 SA-MI-DA-E a.7 SO-KE-MA-SE

number 57 10 3 6 2 5 4 5

fraction

J

b.1 KA-DI • VINa 3 _____________________________________________________________________ b.2 KU-RO • VINa 78 b.3 VINa+RA {*594} 17 b.4-7 vacant a.1: *47-KU-NA-SA VINa possible; for SA VINa, cf. *589: VINa+SA. a.7: SO-KE-MA-SE, cf. O-KA-MI-ZA-SI-I-NA, PK 1.3-4 <br a.1-5 totals 78 1/2, which is probably referred to on b.2 as VINa 78; a.6-b.1 totals 17, apparently answering to b.3 VINa+RA. </br b.1: KA-DI is specially recorded here as having paid its 3 units VIN, owing on ZA 4. Schoep 2002, 100: The total of VINa on a+b.1 is 95 1/2; the total on the rest of b is 95. If these amounts are assumed to be the same, then the distinctions on a+b1 might be flavor/age vel sim. (JGY: eg,. +SA = sesame flavored, +ME = honey flavored), and on the rest of b, aspects of transaction/production vel sim.

ZA 16 , page tablet (HM 1629) (GORILA III: 186-187) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context) side.line statement logogram .1 ] vest. [ .2 ]- SI [ .3 ] vest. [ .4 ]PA .4 ] SU

number

fraction

6[ 4[

.5 .6-9

] vest. [ desunt

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

number

fraction

ZA 18 , page tablet (HM 1631+1634+1635+1643+1647+14frr) (GORILA III: 190-193), provenience unknown Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) ZA Scribe 1? side.line statement a.1 DA-RE-KU[ a.1 KU-*321 • a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3-5 vacant infra mutila supra mutila b infra mutila 2 JE L2[

logogram ] vest. • GRA+PA {*547} GRA+[ ] OLE+KI {*618} OLIV

number 2 2

"fraction" DD DD BB E

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

number

fraction

ZA 20 , page tablet (HM 1636) (GORILA III:192-193) (Palace XVI A[?], LM IB context) ZA Scribe 3 side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1-2 ]DU- RE -ZA-SE-[ ]MI[ .2 ]• .2 SI-TE-TU .3 SI-TU .3 TE-*123 .3 RU-MA-TA-SE .4 KU-RA .5 vacant infra mutila
.1-2: ]DU- RE -ZA-SE- MI [ not impossible.

number

fraction

4 1 6 12 3 130

.3: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices)

ZA 21 , page tablet (HM 1637+1640[+]1638[+]1639) (GORILA III: 194-195), provenience unknown ZA Scribe 1? side.line statement logogram a.1 ]ME[ a.2 ]PI-MU a.3 ] vest. [ a.4 ]MA[ a.4 ] TE a.4 TA- KE [ a.5 ] vest. [ a.6 ]PA+[?] a.6 TA-MA- PI [ a.7 a.7 A[

number 40 [

fraction

2

5 ]3

a.7 b.1 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.5 b.6 b.7

]* 118 -MI[ I-DA[ ]KI[

]2

]2 SA - RI [ ] vest. [ ] vest. [ vacat [[ ME ]]
a.7: ]*118- MI [-NA? see notes to KN Za 19 (and HT 88.2).

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

number

fraction

1[ ]1 1[ 7[ 100 [

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

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

number

fraction

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

number 13

fraction

7

ZA 27 , page tablet (HM 1653) (GORILA III: 204-205), provenience unknown ZA Scribe 3?

side.line .1 .2 .2

statement supra mutila ] vest. [ ]DI-KI O -MI[

logogram

number

fraction

2

.2: KU -MI[ not completely impossible.

ZA 28 , page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 204-205), provenience unknown ZA Scribe 2? side.line statement logogram supra mutila ] GRA+PA {*547} infra mutila

number 1[

fraction

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

number 100 [

fraction

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

number

fraction

]7[

ZA 31 , page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 208-209), provenience unknown side.line statement logogram supra mutila ] DU infra mutila

number 2[

fraction

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

number

fraction

ZA 33 , page tablet (HM --) (GORILA III: 208-209), provenience unknown side.line statement logogram supra mutila infra mutila

number ] 21 [

fraction

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

ZA Wa 36 (HMs 94) RO face impressed by sealstone: CMS II 7, no. 45: bull runs right, head up

ZA Wb 37 (HMs 51/2) SI

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

ZA Wa 38 (HM 32/1) *301 face impressed by sealstone: CMS II 7, no. 23: woman right, "crossed" by a caprid

ZA Zb 3 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 112-113), pithos, inscription below rim, from Epano Zakros (Magazine Theta, LM IB context) .1: VINa 32 DI-DI-KA-SE • A-SA-MU-NE • A-SE .2: A- TA -I-*301-DE-KA • A-RE-PI-RE-NA • TI-TI-KU The pithos records "VIN 32," probably the volume, 32 units; if Mycenaean units (28.8 l), the volume would have been 921.6 l. Since the pithos stands about 170 cm high, the vase-capacity program ("Vase" by Gregory Christiana, copyright 1994) calculates its maximum volume from its profile as slightly over 1000 l.

ZA Zb 34 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 114-115), pithos sherd, above rope pattern (Palace Magazine I?, LM IB context) ]PU 2 -RE- JA • KO - MU • RU -DI[

ZA Zg 34 (BSA 7, 1900-1901, 136) stone weight (Raison-Pope 1994, 320), Hogarth House H line logogram number .a-.b TELA 60

ZA Zg 35 , bone label (Siteia Mus. 4632; Kopaka 1989), LM IA context (ante quem) ] ME- MI-JA-RU • SE -WA-AU-DE
Kopaka notes the appearance of au-de in Linear B ( au-de-pi and au-de-we-sa in the PY Ta series; since there is no Greek interpretation of these words, perhaps au-de- is a Minoan element; cf. Jorro Auro 1999, I:143. JGY: in Kopaka's photograph, ME appears slightly separated from MI-JA-RU.

Linear A Texts in phonetic transcription
HT (Haghia Triada)
inaugural date: 26 November 2000; last update: 27 May 2012

HAGHIA TRIADA

LM IB context

Schoep 2002, 179: according to Caratelli, tablets 1-50 and 58-84 are thought to come from the Villa and 85-154A from the Casa del Lebete (from the way they were found, probably stored in a wooden box). The joins 23+150 and 70+151 cast some doubt on the accuracy of these findspots, however. According to Militello, HT 85-113 come from Casa room 7 (excavated in 1904) and 114-121 and 129-131 (1912 excavations) come from Casa room 9. In the Villa, tablets come from at least 5 locations: HT 24 was found in the South-West Quarter, on the threshold between corridor 9 and vestibule 26, along with 45 noduli; 11 tablets (including HT 1-5) were discovered in the North-West Quarter, in the area of portico 11 and room 13, also 1000+ nodules (inscribed and uninscribed); some very fragmentary tablets were found in room 72; thus the majority of well preserved tablets come from magazine 59 where they were found in and between 2 pithoi placed against the south wall (magazine 59 is part of a large storage area consisting of different units destined for the storage of different commodities: liquids in rooms 8, 61, 17), dry commodities (in rooms 58, 59, 5), and more valuable commodities such as metals (ingots, fragments of gold) (in rooms 57, 7, access to which was more restricted). Room 57a produced a bronze double ax and a steatite cup; room 7 contained five stacks of nineteen bronze ingots; and room 7a yielded bronze statuettes and gold foil.

PH(?) 31 (q.v.) is probably also from HT. Scribal attribution: Godart, GORILA V 83-113, revised by Militello 1989 All HT tablets are page-shaped.

HT 1, page tablet (HM 3) (GORILA I: 2-3), effaced graffito on the reverse Schoep 2002, type IV (people?) HT Scribe 21 line .1-2 .2 .2-3 .3-4 .4 .5 statement QE-RA2-U • KI-RO ZU-SU DI-DI-ZA-KE KU-PA3-NU A-RA-NA-RE vacat logogram number 197 70 52 109 105 fraction

HT 2, page tablet (HM 4) (GORILA I: 4-5) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) line .1 .2 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6
A-KA-RU 20 is the total of the next two numbers.

statement A-KA-RU •

logogram OLE+U {*610} ]OLE+A {*609} OLE+E {*613}

number 20[ 17 3[ 54[ 47

fraction

]KI-RE-TA-NA

OLE+U {*610} ]OLE+A {*609}

vacat 1

HT 3, page tablet (HM 5) (GORILA I: 6-7) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .1 ]MA-DI ]DI-NA-[ 2 logogram number fraction

.2 .3 .3 .4 .4 .4 .5 .5 .6 .7 .7

QE-RA2-JA[ ]2 DI 2[ ]4 MU-RU RU[ ]SI-TU-RA2-RE DI[ ]KU-PA3-NU MA-DI DA[
.2 or: QE-RI-JA .5 or: ]SI-TU-RI-RE

1

5

3[ 2[

HT 4, page tablet (HM 6) (GORILA I: 8-9) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .3 .4 ]-*306-TI-KA-A-RE[ ]-DU-RI-TE PA-RE[ ]TA-PI-SI-DI
.2 or: ]TA-DU-RI-TE or ]SU-DU-RI-TE possible .2 or: SI-RE[

logogram

number

fraction

2

2

HT 5, page tablet (HM 50) (GORILA I: 10-11) HT Scribe 1? side.line statement logogram supra mutila .1 .2 .3 .4 ]MA-SI ]-WI-DU ]vest.[ infra mutila
.4 or: ]vest. over [[ ]]; ]-3 or ]-SE

number

fraction

]*307[ 30[ 10[

HT 6, page tablet (HM 8) (GORILA I: 12-13) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) (JGY: mixed commodities?) HT Scribes 16 (for HT 6a, b.1-3) & 17 (for HT 6b.4-6) side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2-3 statement KA-PA • DA-TA-RA PI-TA-JA • TE • FIC 15 24 logogram number "fraction"

a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4-5 a.6 a.6-7 a.7 MA-*321 O-RA2-DI-NE KA-PA-QE DA-QE-RA • QE-PI-TA

JA+RU {*538} 10 2 5

DD

JE

22 FIC 15

JE J

b.1-2 b.2 b.2-3 b.4 b.5 b.5-6 b.6

WA-DU-NI-MI RA-TI-SE MA-RI-[•]-I DU-DA-MA DA-KI SA-MA PA3-NI-NA
with the repetition of FIC (a.7), it is likely that JA+RU is a second commodity; the document then returns to FIC on a.7 the amounts total: FIC 39; JA+RU 40 J DD; FIC 144 E H b.2-3 or: MA-RI-RE-I b.5-6: SA-MA also occurs on HT 10a.1 and 52a.1; and ZA 10b.3-4.

3 1 3 66 3 35 17

H

E

J

HT 7, page tablet (HM 10; Brice 1991: 44 fig. 1) (GORILA I: 14-15) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity: people) HT Scribe 11 side.line a.1 a.2 a.3 a.4 a.4-5 a.5 statement QE-TI • I-RU-JA DU-JA TA-NA-TI DA-RE TE-TU logogram VIR 3 4 1 1 1 number fraction

b.1 b.2 b.3

QIf-TU-NE DA-RU-*329 vacant

1 2

HT 8, page tablet (HM 11) (GORILA I: 16-17) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 2 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2 statement JE-DI PA3-KA-RA-TI PA logogram OLE+KI {*618} number 10 1 3 J J fraction

a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.5

TE-*301 QA-*310-I SI-KI-RA KI-RE-TA-NA

2 JE E J

b.1 b.2

SU-PU2-*188 vacat

1

_____________________________________________________________________ b.3 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.5 b.6
b.1: cf. PSI Za 1: ]SE-PU-*188, retrograde new list with b.3-4: 5 2 1 EF J 1 F = 9 JE FF = 9 3/4 1/8 1/8 = 10; this might be a more specified list summarized in a.1: JE-DI OLE+KI {*618} 10 b.1, 5: the repetition of *188 might also relate to the repetition of the number 1: SU-PU2-*188 1 =? *86+*188 JJ; *86+*188 also appears on KH Wc 2058, 2059-2062, 2117b, and *188+*86 appears on HT 26

5 PA3-*188 QA-*310-I KA-PA PA-JA-RE *86+*188 {*565} 1 2 1 EF J F J J

Brent Davis proposes a new interpretation (18 August 2009; with slight modification by JGY):
side.line a.1 JE-DI a.1-2 a.2 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.5 b.1 TE-*301 QA-*310-I SI-KI-RA KI-RE-TA-NA SU-PU2-*188 PA3-KA-RA-TI PA Statement Logogram OLE+KI {*618} Number 10 1J 3J 2 JE E J 1 Notes received OLE+KI 10 to distribute gave 1 1/2 to PA3-KA-RA-TI ignore 3 1/2 gave 2 to TE-*301 gave 3/4 to QA-*310-I gave 1/4 to SI-KI-RA gave 1/2 to KI-RE-TA-NA new list: received additional OLE+KI {*618} running total 10.00 8.50 8.50 6.50 5.75 5.50 5.00 1.00

______________________(round 1 above, round 2 below?) __________________ b.3 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.5
JGY: This interpretation has several merits: 1) it confirms the value of 1/8 for the fraction F; 2) logogram PA occurs elsewhere (HT 10, 25, 85), the last possibly making the total (of VIR?) on side b 10, not 11; 3) logogram PA3seems to operate similarly; see the notes to HT 9b.1, HT 34.6, HT 103.2; cf. HT 132.2.

5 PA3-*188 QA-*310-I KA-PA PA-JA-RE *86-*188 2 1EF J 1F J J

5 carried over from list 1 plus additional OLE+KI 6.00 gave 2 to PA3-*188 gave 1 3/8 to QA-*310 gave 1/2 to KA-PA gave 1 1/8 to PA-JA-RE did something else with 1/2 1/2 is left over 4.00 2.625 2.125 1 0.50 0.50

4) and *86+*188 now seems more like a transaction term (see its frequent occurrence on roundels [HT Wc 3009, 3013; KH Wc 2058-2062, 2097, 2109, 2117) -is related to *337+*118 on Wc 2056, 2057?

HT 9, page tablet (HM 13) (GORILA I: 18-19) side.line a.1 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4-5 a.5-6 a.6 statement SA-RO PA-DE • *306-TU DI-NA-U QE-PU *324-DI-RA TA-I-*123 A-RU KU-RO logogram • TE • VINa • 5 10 4 2 2 2 4 31 J J E JE JE number fraction

b.1 b.1 WA-JA-PI-[ ]

PA3 •

________________________________________________________________________________ b.2 b.2 b.2-3 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.6 KA-*305 • PA-DE A-SI *306-TU *324-DI-RA QE-PU TA-I-*123 DI-NA-U KU-RO 3 3 8 2 2 2 4 24

a.1, b.4: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices), but here given a phonetic value; for TA-I-*123, see HT 39.1. a.3, b.5: DI-NA-U appears on KN Zb 27: DI-NA-U VINa 17 (cf. the heading here, TE VINa). On HT 16.1-2, it is the 2nd word in the heading, the 1st, KA-KU-PA, appears on two roundels, HT Wc 3015 and 3016, contributing *303. JGY guesses that DI-NA-U is a place known at least for its VIN (cf. HT 25, where it apparently also contributes personnel), and KA-KU-PA is the person responsible for the contributions of *303. a.6-b.1: assuming KU-RO = total, J=1/2, & E=1/4: the total 29+3J+2E equals 31, not 31+J+E. If b.1 recorded JE (JGY sees a possible 1 followed by a probable E), then PA3 might denote a correction: WA-JA-PI minus JE (see HT 8, Davis's interpretations & notes). b.2-3 or: A-RU new list with b.2

HT 10, page tablet (HM 17) (GORILA I: 20-21) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) side.line a.1 a.1 a.1-2 a.2 DA-RE statement KU-NI-SU • SA-MA • PA • 16 J 4 logogram number fraction

a.2a a.2-3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4

U-*325-ZA *301 U-*325-ZA *305-RU DA-RI-DA ME-ZA

4 6 10 2 8 3 4[ J

b.1 b.1 b.1-2 b.2 b.3 b.4

U-TI DA-RE TA-RI-NA *312-TA KA-SA-RU TA-NA-TI

1 2 15 6 6 9 E J

a.1: SA-MA also occurs on HT 6b.5-6 and 52a.1, and ZA 10.3-4; the commodity must be implied since there is no logogram here (personnel?). a.3: U-*325-ZA 4 *301 10 was erased and moved, as the total 14 on line a.3 (Schoep 2002, p. 78)

HT 11, page tablet (HM 29) (GORILA I: 22-23) HT Scribe 24 side.line a.1-2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.5 statement A-RU-RA-[•] KA-RO-NA *322-RI KU-RO A-SU-JA VIR-I TA2 logogram number ]3 2 1 10 1 3 15 fraction

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3-4 b.4-5 b.5-6

]DE-NU RU-RA2 *86 KA KA KA RU-ZU-NA SA-QE-RI • KU-RO
a.1: RU over an erasure perhaps of SA a.1: A-RU-RA-SU or A-RU-RA-TA a.2: RO over an erasure containing perhaps TE or SA a.3: KU-RO could be the total for a.1-3, 3-4 b.1 or:]DE-PA3 b.1 or: SA-RA2 b.6: KU-RO is the total only for b.2-5, which is separate section of the document

40 30 50 30 30 180

KA KA

HT 12, page tablet (HM 2, cast) (GORILA I: 24-25) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 11 side.line .1-2 .2 .3 .4 .4-5 .5 .5 .6 .6 DA-I
.1-2: QA-TI-DA TE • conceivable, but not likely (cf. QE-TU-NE •). .6: DA-I 50 may be a total, if the small fraction (K 1/16) is ignored.

statement QA-TI-DA-TE •

logogram OLE+DI {*608} *304

number 5 5 1 30 5 3 1

fraction

QE-TU-NE •

QA+[?]+PU {*510} E MA+RU {*559} • *118 {Talent} *303+E {*626} FIC QA+[?]+PU+RE {*511}

K 50

HT 13, page tablet (HM 7) (GORILA I: 26-27) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 8 side.line .1-2 .2 .3 .3-4 .4 .5 .5-6 .7 statement KA-U-DE-TA RE-ZA TE-TU TE-KI KU-ZU-NI DA-SI-*118 I-DU-NE-SI KU-RO
KU-RO here records 130.5, but the numbers total 131.

logogram VINa • TE •

number

fraction

5[ ] 56 27 18 19 5 130

J[ ]

J

J

HT 14, page tablet (HM 15) (GORILA I: 28-29) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 14 side.line .1-2 .3-5 .6 statement PU-VINa A-PU2-NA-DU vacat
The entries for GRA total 75; the entries for OLE total 15, so do the entries for *304, implying a ratio of OLE/*304 : GRA = 1:5 -- olives are obviously separate

logogram • TE • GRA GRA

no. logogram 30 45 OLE+MI {*622} OLE+MI {*622}

no. logogram 3 5 OLE+DI {*608} OLE+DI {*608}

no. logogram 3 4 *304 *304

no. logogram 9 6 OLIV OLIV

no. 13 14

HT 15, page tablet (HM 16) (GORILA I: 30-31) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) side.line .1 statement U-*34-SI logogram GRA number fraction

.1-2 .2-3 .4 .5

DU-*123-A GRA+L3L3 {*586} *188 • KI-RO [[ vestigia ]]

684 570 400

a.1: DU-*123-A is written smaller than the preceding statement, and seems an after-thought squeezed in. Sign *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices), but here given a phonetic value. The last sign is abraded; JGY reads it as doubtful. Schoep 2002, 78-9, 181: DU-*123-A was probably meant to precede U-*34-SI GRA. The large numbers and the mention of a deficit (400 owed, from a total 1254 expected) imply these are incoming commodities. The amounts are (more or less) multiples of 57 (12*57 = 684, 7.02*57 = 400), "implying an underlying tax system".

HT 16, page tablet (HM 18) (GORILA I: 32-33) Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 10 side.line .1-2 .2-3 .3 .4 SA-PO statement KA-KU-PA • DI-NA-U • WA *188+KU {*684} ZE logogram number fraction F B EF K

HT 17, page tablet (HM 23) (GORILA I: 34-35) -- cf. HT 19 Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 18 side.line .1 .2 .3 .4-5 statement RA-*164a-TI SA-RO SI-DA-RE vacant
cf. HT 19

logogram • TE • VIN

number 38 10 5

fraction

HT 18, page tablet (HM 25) (GORILA I p. 34-35) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 20 side.line .1 .1 .2 .2 .2-3 .4-5 vacant SA-RA2 statement PA-SE logogram GRA+QE {*578} OLE+KI {*618} *304 GRA FIC number 20 2 3 10 10 fraction

HT 19, page tablet (HM 26) (GORILA I: 36-37) -- cf. HT 17 Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 18 side.line .1-2 statement RA-*164a-TI logogram • TE • VINa number 30 fraction

.2-3 .3-4

SA-RO DU-ME-DI
cf. HT 17

5 43

J J

HT 20, page tablet (HM 27) (GORILA I: 36-37) Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 10 side.line .1 .1-2 .2-3 .4 .4-5 SA-RE-JU WA .5
.2 & .4 : JU could also be a logogram. .4: CAPm F could be an animal product

statement PA-RO-SU • KU-MA-JU QE-KU-RE •

logogram

number

fraction

E DI CAPm J F F E J

*188+KU {*684}

HT 21, page tablet (HM 28) (GORILA I: 38-39) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 22 side.line .1-2 .2-3 .3 .3 .4 .4 vacat statement PI-TA-KA-SE logogram • TE • GRA OLE+U {*610} OLE+E {*613} *304 OLIV number 161 11 3 7 1 JE JE E fraction

HT 22, page tablet (HM 45) (GORILA I: 38-39) side.line statement supra mutila .1 GRA+L2 {*585} 230 logogram number fraction

________________________________________________________________________________ .2 *330+DA {*643}
tablet looks deliberately cut down; signs are neatly written

113

HT 23, page tablet (HM 12) (GORILA I: 40-41) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) side.line a.1 a.1 statement KA-NA • logogram *303 *308 number fraction B H

a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4-5 a.5 a.5 KO-RU QIf-RI-TU-QA SA-SA-ME

OLE+NE {*612} OLE+TU {*621} OLE+RI {*614} MI+JA+RU {*550} VINa QA2+[?]+RE {*508} QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509} E 10 10 10 17

H H H H

K K SI+ME {*530} 10 1

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.4-5

NI-RA

*303 OLE[ MI+JA+RU {*550} ]MU[ QA+[?]+PU {*510}[ QA2+[?]+RE {*508} 1

B B

]vest.[ E desunt
None of the 4 words here appears anywhere else. The difference between the fractional amounts and the whole numbers (10s, 17) are striking. If the whole numbers refer to VINa and varieties, the fractional commodities might be flavorings.

7[

HT 24, page tablet (HM 33) (GORILA I: 42-43) Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities) side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.5 PA-SA-RI-JA RU-I-KO MA+RU ME {*561} MA+RU ME {*561}[ MA+RU {*560}[ MA+RU ME {*561} statement KU-PA3-RI-JA logogram KI MA+RU[ {*546} ]6 10 ]9 6 J number fraction

b.1 b.1-2 b.2 b.3-5 vacant

]*118 SI+ME KI {*531} *118 JA+KA {*539} *118

1 1 1

JE JE

the tablet was found on the threshold between corridor 9 and vestubule 25, along with 45 noduli; the total of wool mentioned here is more than 36.5 units, so it is possible that the noduli refer to the units mentioned in the tablet (Schoep 2002, p. 196). side a deals with wool; KU-PA3-RI-JA looks like an adjective derived from KU-PA-RI, perhaps a place near Petras (PE 1); PA-SA-RI-JA looks like another adjective, derived from a hypothetical *PA-SA-RI (cf. PA-SE-JA [HT Wc 3001, 3002], I-PA-SA-JA [KH 10.3]) side b deals with commodities apparently measured by *118

HT 25, page tablet (HM 34) (GORILA I: 44-45) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.5 DI-NA-U[ ]RU-NI U-RE-WI DI-NA-U A-RI-NI-TA TU-QE-NU[ ]ZU-JU-PU2 DU-RU-WI[ ]I-KI-RA PA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ]1 logogram number fraction

supra mutila b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.4 KU-RO
a.3: A-RI-NI-TA also occurs on ZA 8.2-3<br b.2 KU-RO 16 probably totals side a + the top of side b </br b.4 KU-RO 52 correctly totals only b.2+3 the tablet thus seems to be in two sections: a.1-b.2, a list of people by name, ending with a total; then b.2-4, groups of people perhaps listed by their supervisor, place, or aspect (ethnicity, profession), ending again with a total

]vest.[ KU-RO WI-TE-RO • I-TI VIR VIR 16 28 24 52

HT 26, page tablet (HM 35) (GORILA I: 46-47) Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 3 side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2-3 a.3-4 *312-TE-TE • TA-TI MI-KI-SE-NA U-NU-QIf 21 15 5[ statement logogram 406VAS+KE {*656} • number fraction

infra mutila

b.1 b.2 b.2-3 b.3 b.4 b.4 infra mutila
a.1, b.1: *406
VAS

• *406VAS+KE {*656} • VIR ]-RO-NI KA-U-ZU-NI KI+ME {*545} I-*308 *188-*86 {*565}

9 3 4 12 2[ 7[

appears only on this document

b.2: perhaps ]PA-RO-NI or ]TE-RO-NI b.4: here, the two signs are written next to each other, *188-*86; cf. the ligature *86+*188 {*565}

HT 27, page tablet (HM 36 + 53) (GORILA I: 48-51) Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 11 side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.4-5 a.5 a.6 a.7 a.8 a.8 a.8 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.5 b.5 b.6 ]vest.[ ] vacat PA-SE • VINa+WA {*582} • SA RE VINa [•] GRA • SA 4 70 4 ]MI-DA KU-RO *303 FIC VINa • VINa+WA {*582} • SA ]VINa • GRA • SA RE VINa •SI• {*590}[ ]I-MI-SA-RA ]QE KI-DA-[ ]KI-*310 • KU-*305[ ]SA-RA-DI VIR 5 42 335 9 10 7 7 1 14 JEB B *86 RE statement TI-NI-TA logogram • *307 • VIR 90 ]50 51 20 43 21 number fraction

b.6
a.4: perhaps KI-DA-TE[ a.6: VIR has a cross in the leg-space (Schoep 2002, 113)

RE[ ]

40

a.7 KU-RO 335 undoubtedly totaled the original numbers (of personnel?) in a.1-6 (totalling now 322), with the triad of rations (*303, FIC, VINa) added side b may comprise a different section of the document, in two paragraphs, b.1-2, b.5-6

HT 28, page tablet (HM 51) (GORILA I: 52-53) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 13 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.5 a.6 a.6 I-TA-JA A-RU-DA-RA SA-RA2 statement A-SI-JA-KA • JA-QIf • GRA+QE {*578) OLE+U {*610} OLE+KI {*618} OLE+MI {*622} OLE+TU {*612} OLE+DI {*608} FIC VINa VIR+KA {*568} VINa GRA *304 OLE+DI {*608} OLE+DI 1 2 3 6 5 2 3 10 1 L2 5 2 J logogram number fraction

b.1-2 b.2 b.2-3 b.3 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.5 b.5 b.6

A-SI-JA-KA • U-MI-NA-SI • SA-RA2 GRA OLE+DI {*608} FIC VINa PU-RA2 JA-QIf WI-DI-NA FIC VINa OLE+DI {*608} VINa • 20 5 2 4 6 6 3 3 E

Since both sides concern A-SI-JA-KA and side b adds U-MI-NA-SI, then perhaps the two sides can be totaled (i.e., we could assume side a might record actual disbursements [small quantities] and side b might record future payments/deficits); if so, then the total of GRA is 30JEL 2, OLE 25, FIC 10, VIN 16, VIR+KA VIN 6. If the VIR+KA were responsible for (transporting?) the VIN from SA-RA2, each would be carrying one-half unit of VIN (unit = 28.8 liters [Docs2]; 14.4 liters/person, or 14.4 kg/pers, or 31.7 lb/person). Godart 1984, 125, suggests that VIR+KA are women; Schoep 2002, 113, n. 81 points out that Itaja may be a woman's name; actually, the names here almost all end in -A f (Arudara, Pura2, Widina; and Jaqi ends in the feminine form of QI).

HT 29, page tablet (Pigorini 81951) (GORILA I: 54-55) Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)

side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .4 .4-5 .5 .6

statement RU-MA-TA

logogram

number 2[

fraction

][•] PA-JA-RE ]DI-JA-I SA-*323-MI [•]-KI-TA A-RE-DA-I KA-DU-MA-NE
.2 perhaps: ]QI ; PA=JA-RE also occurs on HT 88.5 and ZA 10b.5-6. .5: RE over [[SI]]
f

1 2[ 2 1 2 2 1

HT 30, page tablet (HM 14; GORILA I: 56-57; Brice 1991b:102) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 1 side.line .1 .1 .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .3-4 .4 .4 .5 .5 .5 .5 .6 [[vestigia]]
After KI-RO, no name is mentioned, perhaps because SA-RA2 and SA-RA-RA are one and the same. If so, then lines 1-4 record contributions or assessments, and 4-5 (KI-RO) records deficits.

statement

logogram SI

number 4

"fraction"

SA-RA2

*303[ ]14 FIC VINa OLE+TA {*615} QA+[?]+PU {*510} 7 8 J D J DD D J BOSm 4 8 DD J 1[ ]D OLE+TA {*615} D

SA-RA-RA

KI-RO •

*303 FIC VINa BOSm

HT 31 (HM 19) (GORILA I: 58-59), written by the same hand as wrote HT 39 (which also contains a vase logogram) Schoep 2002, type Ib or Ic (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 12 side.line .1 .2 .2 statement [•]-TI-SA • PU-KO • [ *402VAS+QA-PA3 logogram *410VAS number [ ]5 10

.2 .3 .3 .4 .4-5 .5 .6 [ SA-JA-MA [ KI-DE-MA-*323-NA

*415VAS+SU-PU ] *416VAS+KA-RO-PA3

10 10 30[ ]10

vest. *402VAS+[ ] *402VAS+SU-PA3-RA *402VAS+PA-TA-QE

400 300 3000

because of the different types of vessels, the tablet may be record the contents of an actual storeroom (Schoep 2002, 128) the vase-logograms in question (but see the actual drawings of the logograms: click here): *402VAS conical vessel?, *410VAS tripod cauldron, *415VAS jar without handles, and *416VAS jar with handles on the side (piriform amphora?).

.1: [•]-TI-SA may be I-TI-SA; in any case, TI-SA is hapax legomenon here (cf. RA-TI-SE on HT 6b.2; RU-MA-TA-SE on ZA 20.3) .3: KA-RO-PA3, Monti 2008 compares KA-RO with Hurrian hiari "gold" and hiarohhe "golden" (whence Greek khrusós) and passive ending -i/o/u+bade, so that Linear A KA-RO-PA = "of gold" or "gilded." Duhoux 2000-2001 (and cf. Perna 2003): 1. quoting Goold & Pope 1955: xii: this is a very important tablet, whose half dozen words "collectively ... provide a sure touchstone on which any theory which professees to identify words may be subjected to a decisive test." 2. the heading is either I-TI-SA or I-TI-SA PU-KO, or (more likely) is modifying *410VAS, the (undoubtedly) bronze tripod cauldrom (and thus means "bronze"?) 3. the next 3 vessels (plus the two lone words, SA-JA-MA and KI-DE-MA-*323-NA) form a second group of vessels, large but smaller than the tripod cauldron 4. the last 3 vessels are small, look like versions of conical cups, and are very numerous 5. the two lone words, SA-JA-MA and KI-DE-MA-*323-NA may modify the last vessels of the second group, perhaps, like PU-KO referring to their material 6. it is likely that SU-PU and SU-PA3-RA are related: SU-P/SU-P3 with A-RA perhaps an ending (diminutive?) 7. the list here is like the inventory of a magazine (cf. HT magazine 15 with 100s of conical cups [cf. the last 3 mentions of *402], about 50 other vessels and 2 bronze basins) 8. attempts to identify the words have not been convincing (Neumann suggested SU-PU is related to Greek σιπυ'η. Best and others saw Semitic words in the vases and suggested that the two lone words were Linear A for silver and gold) JGY: 1. for +SU-PU (*415VAS+SU-PU), cf. +SU-PA3-RA (*402VAS+SU-PA3-RA), line 5, 8b.1, and QE-SU-PU on HT 87.4 and TU-SU-PU on HT 49a.7 2. for +QA-PA3 (*402+QA-PA3), cf. +KA-RO-PA3 (*416+KA-RO-PA3) line 3. +SU (*413VAS+SU) on MA 10.a, and SU-PU2[ on HT 63.1, SU-PU-*188 on HT

3. for PA-TA-QE, cf. PA-TA-NE on HT 94b.1, HT 122a.6, and HT We 1019, and PA-TA-DA-DU-PU2-re[ on HT Zb 160 and PA-TA-DA[ on PH? 31a.4 4. SA-JA-MA is hapax legomenon here, but compare cf. ]SA-JA-TI (HT 39.3), written by the same hand, and SA-*323-MI (HT 29.3) 5. for KI-DE-MA-*323-NA, compare KA-DU-MA-NE (HT 29.6; is it coincidence that, 2 lines earlier [HT 29.4] there occurs SA-*323-MI?) 6. the parallels given above suggest that the words written above the vases and especially the two lone words SA-JA-MA and KI-DE-MA-*323-NA are not the names of the vases, but represent something else, perhaps provenience or personnel

HT 32, page tablet (HM 20) (GORILA I: 60-61) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 1 side.line .1 .1 .1 .1 .2 .2 .2 SA-RA2 • statement logogram *307 *308 OLE+NE {*612} QA+[?]+PU {*510} QA2+[?]+RE {*508} MI+JA+RU {*550} 1 1 1 J JK K number fraction

.3 .3 .4 .4 .4 .5

SU-RE • DI OLE+NE[ {*612} ]RE DI vacat

108 65

104 53

Presumably the small numbers imply disbursements from SA-RA2 and the large numbers imply contributions from SU-RE and --]RE.

HT 33, page tablet (HM 21) (GORILA I: 62-63) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 1 side.line .1 .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .4 .4 .4 .5-6 vacant E+KA {*526} MI+JA+KA {*522} *305 *341+PI {*646} PA3+QE {*537} 90 100 100 statement ]vest. • SA-RA2 • *401VAS+*304 {*653} ]QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509} QA2+[?]+RE {*508} ]3 E L2 D 1 E L2 L4[ logogram number "fraction"

HT 34, page tablet (HM 22) (GORILA I: 64-65) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 .4 .5 .6 .6 .6 .7 .7 KI-RO E+KA {*526} PU E • GRA ]E+[•] {*525} QA+[?]+PU {*510} QA2+[?]+RE {*508} SA-MU-KU {*521} SA-MU-KU {*521} PA3 245 100 70 30 [[7]] K F 200[ 2 HK A E statement DA-JU-TE • SA-RA2 • ]vest. [ ]B logogram SI[ ]I+[?] {*516} • MI+JA+KA {*552}[ number fraction

.1: DA-JU-TE (hapax), possibly "from" DA-JU; I+?, possibly "to" SA-RA2. If so, the tablet records assessments from DA-JU to SA-RA2. Might DA-JU be related to Linear B da-wo, the place closely linked to Phaistos? Knossos tablet F(2) 852 records 10,000+ units of grain there, or approximately 960,000 l. Da-wo must be somewhere in the Mesara. The large numbers should imply assessments "from" DA-JU. .6: The two SA-MU-KU might come in two deliveries or be separate for separate reasons for the assessments. If PA3 records an amount (70) to be omitted from *521 {SA+VINa} 100, as if delivered (PA3 seems to act this way on HT 9, too), then 30 is the result, apparently a deficit (KI-RO); (see HT 8, Davis's interpretations & notes). .7: E+KA probably refers to .3: E+[•] 2 H K, 2 H having been delivered, leaving the deficit K; PU might be an abbreviation for .4: QA+[?]+RE+PU, which would then imply that F (1/8) is smaller than A (possibly 1/6) and that a delivery of 1/24 was actually made.

HT 35, page tablet (HM 24) (GORILA I: 66-67) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .4 .5 vacat statement TI-TI-KU I-KU-TA logogram • *326 • *303 MI+JA+RU {*550} OLE+RI {*614} *308 OLE+TA {*615}[ E QA+[?]+PU {*510} VINa 5 K D 1 B B B number "fraction"

HT 36, page tablet (HM 30) (GORILA I: 68-69) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) side.line .1-2 .2-3 .4 .5
a.2: DU-ZU TELA is possible

statement JE-DI DU-ZU-WA [[ vestigia ]]

logogram *307+*307 {*638} GRA+QE {*578}

number [[20]] 44 7

fraction J J

[[6]]

HT 37, page tablet (HM 31) (GORILA I: 70-71) Schoep 2002, type IV (people?) side.line .1 .1 .2 .2 .3 .3-4 .4 .5 .5 KI-*310-RE KI-RO KA-KI • 11 ]vest.[ 1 KA-KI • ]RE-SU[ ]vest.[ ]6 statement logogram MI+JA+I {*551} • • SU[ number fraction

.5 .6 [•]-QE
.5 or: A-NA .6 or: JA-QE

A

15 17

HT 38, page tablet (HM 32) (GORILA I: 72-73) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 8 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .2 .2 .2-3 .3 .3 .4
a. 2

logogram

number

fraction

]vest.[ DA-RO-PA *403VAS SUS OVIS KA+A {*554} *118 TELA+KU {*535} TELA+*312 {TELA+KU; *536} vacat
*403VAS chalice?; OVIS (no sex indicated) = wethers?

1 1 3 3 2 1

.2-.3 *554 hapax here

HT 39, page tablet (HM 39) (GORILA I: 74-75), written by the same hand as wrote HT 31 (which also contains vase logograms) HT Scribe 12 side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 .5 .6 .6 infra mutila
.1: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices); for TA-I-*123, see HT 9a.4-5, b.4. .3: for ]SA-MA-TI, cf. SA-JA-MA (HT 31.3, written by the same hand) and SA-*323-MI on HT 29.4) .5: Perna 2003: *407VAS+A may imply that the name of the vase begins with "A" (cf. Linear B's vase ideograms with a [a-pi-po-re-we / amphora], ka [ka-ra-we-re, stirrup jar], or di [di-pa, depas])

statement TA-I-*123 ]KU-RE-JU KU[ ]SA-MA-TI KU-RE[ vacat [ ]KU-RO

logogram

number 10[ 8

fraction

10

*407VAS+A {*657} KU+[•] {*564} DU+[•] {*534}

100 2[ ]

HT 40, page tablet (HM 30) (GORILA I: 76-77) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 2 side.line statement logogram number fraction

.1 .2 .3 .4

NU-DU-*331 KI-DA-TA • KU-RO[ KU[ infra mutila

• TE • GRA GRA[]

207 134

.1: the only other occurrence of *331 might be on KH 32.1 (without the interior dots). .4: GORILA has ]KU[, but since it starts line 4, it's easier to understand this as either a second KU-RO or a KI-RO (with a total delivery in line 3 and a deficit in line 4). If so, then the rest of line 3 might give specifics on who is defaulting.

HT 41, page tablet (HM 41) (GORILA I p.78-79) HT Scribe 14 side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 MI-DA-NI • PA-JA ]vest.[ ]QE-TU *305 • *304 RE • *304 10 10 10 2 DD logogram number "fraction"

supra mutila b.1 ]vest.[

[[_____________________________________________________________________]] b.2-3 vacant
b.1: perhaps ]SU[ or ]TA[

HT 42 [+] 59, page tablet (HM 46 + 42) (GORILA I: 80-81) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) side.line .1-2 .2-3 .3-5 .5 .6-7 .7-8 .8 ]vacat
.1: perhaps SA-TA (cf. HT 117a.7) .3: perhaps KU-PA3-NU OLE+KI

statement ]-TA SA-RO KU-[ SU-DU[ ]-RE-TE

logogram • SI+SE {*529} • TE •

logogram OLE+KI {*618} OLE+KI {*618} ] OLE+[•] [

no. logogram 8 8 OLE+U[ {*610} OLE+U {*610} ]vest.[

no. logogram

no. ]7

2[ OLE+MI {*622}

]2 2

OLE+KI[ {*618} ]OLE+U {*610} | [

]J E

HT 43, page tablet (HM 49) (GORILA I: 82-83) side.line .1-2 statement MA-SI-DU • PA-*342-I
the tablet has been cut approximately in half a hole has been punched into the top edge 2.4 cm from the left side

logogram • I • GRA+PA {*577}

number 5[

fraction

*342, its only occurrence here, strongly resembles *118, Talent.

HT 44, page tablet (HM 38) (GORILA I: 84-85) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5-6 vacant infra mutila statement I-QA-*118 • logogram GRA+[] [ ]OLE+KI {*618} OLE+U {*610} OLE+RA {*616} OLIV ]FIC VINa[ 3 5[ 5 1[ 1 number fraction

b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.5 b.6

]-JA

• TE GRA+F {*582} [ ]5 FIC[ ]VINa 75 ]18 ]10

]vacat infra mutila
a.1: I-QA-*118 recurs only on HT 131, also heading a list of almost the same commodities; cf. ]QA-*118-SA (HT 70.2) side b, with its own heading, presents a similar, but second list of commodities b.2: probably OLE+• ]5

HT 45, page tablet (HM 47) (GORILA I: 86-87) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 14 side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.1 a.2 a.3 PA[ ]*86 • *305 ]*318 • *305 2[ 2 ]L2 logogram number fraction

supra mutila _____________________________________________________________________ b.1 b.1 b.2 QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509} ]KU ]8 DD L2 E

_____________________________________________________________________ b.3 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.5
b.3 or: PA-SI-A side b is ruled into separate paragraphs

*318 • *305 QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509} PA-[•]-A • KU KU 20

F L2 B E E

HT 46, page tablet (HM 48) (GORILA I: 88-89) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 ]MU-RU ]KU-RO 1[ 43 J logogram number "fraction"

b.1 b.2 b.3

]vest.[ ]16 ]2 [[4 ]] J

HT 47, page tablet (HM 52) (GORILA I: 90-91) HT Scribe 14 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.5 a.6 ]-MI-NU-MI statement KA[ KU-PA3-NA-TU ]DU U[ ]PI KI-DA-RO[ ]vest.[ ]5 10 logogram ]TU+RO {*547} • 20[ 20[ number fraction

b.1 b.2-6

]RA-NA-RE[ desunt
b.1: compare A-RA-NA-RE on HT 1.4

HT 49, page tablet (HM 55) (GORILA I: 92-95) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 [•]-RA2-DU[ ]TA-NA-TI • 1[ logogram number fraction

a.3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.5 a.6 a.6 a.6 a.6-7 a.7 a.7 KU-PA3-NU TU-SU-PU2 ]SI-RA A-RU ]-RI SU-[•][ ] vesst. TI-DU-NI

]vest.[ 1

1 1[ ]vest.[ 1 1 [•] *312 1 1 1 1 KI

_____________________________________________________________________ a.8 a.8 a.8 infra mutila ]vest. TU KI 5 4 1[

b.1 b.2 b.2 ]I-KI[

]KU[

]TA[

[[_____________________________________________________________________]] b.3 b.4 b.5
probably a list of people by name a.1 or: ]QA-RA2-DU the rulings imply separate subject paragraphs. Side b is entirely a palimpsest.

]vest.[ ]KA[ ]vest.[

HT 50, page tablet (HM 56) (GORILA I: 96-97) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement supra mutila _____________________________________________________________________ a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3 OLE+KI {*618} OLE+MI {*622} ]GRA[ ]E E J logogram number fraction

a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4

OLE+E {*613} *304 ]OLIV OLIV+TU {*587} 1 3 EF J[

supra mutila b.1 b.2 b.3 b.4
the ruled line probably implies at least 2 paragraphs on side a (side b, too?).

]vest.[

]OLE+KI[ {*618}

]vest.[

]OLE+DI[ {*608}

1[

HT 51, page tablet (HM 1335) (GORILA I: 98-99) side.line a.1 a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 infra mutila TI-NI[ ]RE[ FIC • TE • MA[ ]SE 64 statement logogram number ]5 fraction

b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2

]KU-ME-TA ]ZU-DU SI[ ]vest.[ infra mutila
a.1-2: MA[ and ]SE could belong to names, not logograms. a.2 or: ]RU a.3, b.2: ]RE[ and SI[ could belong to names, not logograms.

12[ JF

HT 52, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 100-101) HT Scribe 23 side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 DI-KA-KI[ ]vest.[ infra mutila statement SA-MA logogram • TE • [ ]4 number fraction

b.1

]NE •

GRA

201[

b.2-3

desunt infra mutila
a.5: SA-MA also occurs on HT 6b.5-6 and 10a.1, and ZA 10b.3-4 a.2 or: DI-KA-TU[

HT 53, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 102-103) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.3 a.4 RA-[ infra mutila ]OLE[ ]100 ]SA-NE[ ]vest.[ ]40 logogram number fraction

b.1 b.2 b.3 b.4 ]KU-RE[ infra mutila

]vest.[ ]18[ ]vest.[

HT 54, page tablet? (HM --) (GORILA I: 104-105) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.3 ]KU-MI-NA-QE[ ]KI-MI-RA2[ infra mutila ]vest.[ logogram number fraction

b.1 b.1 b.2 infra mutila
a.1 or: ]SI-NA[ or: ]SI 1

]4 KI[ ]vest.[

HT 55, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 106-107) side.line a.1 statement ]KI-RO • logogram number fraction

a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3

MA-RE ]*301 SI-RU NE-[ ]TU infra mutila

1[ 1 1

1[

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 I-[

]-TE QE[ ]RI-JA

1

1

]vest.[ infra mutila
a.2 perhaps: NE-KU[

HT 56, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 108-109) side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 infra mutila U[ SA-[ ]11 J statement logogram *188 • number fraction

b.1

]OLE+KI {*618}

20[

_____________________________________________________________________ b.2 infra mutila
a.1 or: SA-RA2

]vest.[

HT 57, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 110-111) HT Scribe 14 side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.3 infra mutila A[ ]F[ statement DA-QE-RA[ ]1 logogram number fraction

b.1 b.1

]*305

8

]vest.[

infra mutila

HT 58, page tablet (HM 37) (GORILA I: 112-113) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 8 side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 ]U-KI[ infra mutila
.1 or: KA-TI-RA-DU

statement QE-TI-RA-DU •

logogram VIR[ OLE+U {*610} OLE+MI[ {*622} ]OLE+E {*613} OLIV

number

fraction

19

3 41

HT 60, page tablet (HM 43) (GORILA I: 114-115) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .1 .2 .2 .2 .2 .3 VINa E QA2+[?]+RE {*508}[ ]QA+[?]+PU {*510} L2 [ 3 ]OLE+RI {*614} MI+JA+[•] {*549} ]K K K logogram number fraction

HT 61, page tablet (HM 44) (GORILA I: 114-115) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2-4 ]MI-TI • vacant GRA+KU {*579} 6[ logogram number fraction

HT 62 [+] 73, two non-joining fragments of a page tablet (HM 54 + No no.) (GORILA I: 116-117) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 23 Large fragment HT 62 (HM 54) side.line .1 .2 .2 statement [•-•]SA-RA ][•]-NA KA-KU logogram • TE • VINa[ GRA 15 7[ E number fraction

.3 .3 .3 .4 .4 .5 .5 .6 .7 infra mutila
.4: KA[ or: QE[

]18 Ib-TI-[•] DI[ ]4 KA[ ]VIR[ KO[ ]NU 17[ ]25[ ]4 E 6

Small fragment HT 73 (HM no no.) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 .5 infra mutila ]vest.[ SA-RO-QE[ ]28 PA-I-KI[ ]8 ]KU[ ]• ]1[ logogram number fraction

HT 63, page tablet (HM 57) (GORILA I: 118-119) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 23 side.line .1 .1 .1 .2 .3 infra mutila
.1: SU-PU2[ may be SU-PU2-*188 (on HT 8 b.1), the only other word beginning with SU-PU2

statement

logogram *305 • TE

number 1 1

fraction

KA-TI SU-PU2[ ]ZU ]vest.[

2

HT 64, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 118-119) HT Scribe 21 side.line .1 .2 statement ]KU-ZU-NA[ ]NA 2 logogram number fraction

.2 .3 .4 .4 .5

RU-MA[ vacat ]3 CAPm ]vest.[ infra mutila
The line 3 vacat may imply a separation of subject paragraphs.

6

HT 65, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 120-121) side.line .1 a.
.2 or: B

statement

logogram ]vest.[ *330+SA {*644}

number

fraction

K[

HT 66, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 120-121) HT Scribe 21 side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .4 infra mutila TA-[ ]TA-MI[ ]RE 1 statement logogram ZU • VIR •[ ]DI 2 number fraction

HT 67, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 120-121) HT Scribe 23 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .3 ]KU-RO ]FIC • TE ]vest.[ 420[ 400[ logogram number fraction

HT 68, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 122-123) side.line .1 .2 infra mutila statement [•]-JU • logogram VIR[ ]4[ number fraction

HT 69, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 122-123) side.line statement logogram number fraction

supra mutila .1 .1 .2 .3 infra mutila ]MA-DI ]DI DI ]5 8[ 4[ 12[

HT 70, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 122-123) side.line .1 .2 .3 .4 infra mutila
.4 perhaps: VIR

statement

logogram ]FIC • TE

number 30[ 2

fraction

]QA-*118-SA ]I ]vest.[

E[

3[

HT 72, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 124-125) side.line .1 .2 infra mutila statement SI-VIR-[•][ ]vest.[ logogram number fraction

For HT 73, see HT 62[+]73 and 73[+]62, above.

HT 74, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 124-125) HT Scribe 24 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 ]KU-RO infra mutila ]vest.[ 20[ logogram number fraction

HT 75, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 124-125) side.line 1. statement KA-RU[ logogram number fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ infra mutila

HT 78, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 126-127)

side.line

statement supra mutila

logogram

number

fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ 1. ]MU *312[

_____________________________________________________________________ infra mutila

HT 79 [+] 83, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 126-127) side.line .1 .1 .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 DA-PA3[ ]TU-PA-RI ]TU-[•] ]KU-NI[ ]ZU infra mutila 3 1[ 3 statement logogram ]I • *305[ ]KA • number fraction

HT 80, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 126-127) HT Scribe 13 side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 ]JU-RA[ ]vacat infra mutila logogram number fraction

HT 81, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 128-129) side.line .1 .2 .2 infra mutila statement A-SE ]RI-SU-MA KI[ logogram • MI+JA+RU {*550} • number fraction H[ L4

HT 82, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 128-129) HT Scribe 3 side.line statement supra mutila a. b. ]GRA OVISf *400VAS+*304 {*653} K[ E[ logogram number fraction

infra mutila
.a or: B .b: *400VAS cup? ( *401VAS+*304: KH 12.3)

HT 84, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 128-129) side.line .1 .2 .3 statement QIf-JA-DU[ ]NU-TI • VIR[ ]vest.[ logogram number fraction

HT 85, page tablet (HM 1311) (GORILA I: 130-133)

Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 9
side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.5 a.5 a.6 statement A-DU DA-RI-DA PA3-NI U-*325-ZA DA-SI-*118 KU-ZU-NI TE-KE DA-RE KU-RO[ logogram • *307+*307 {*638} • VIR • 12 12 6 24 5 3 4 ]66 number fraction

b.1 b.1-2 b.2 b.2 b.2-3 b.3 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.4-5 b.5 b.5-6

KI-KI-RA-JA • KI-RE-TA2 QE-KA PA TE-TU[ ] KA DI ME-ZA RE-DI-SE WA-DU-NI-MI MA-DI QA-*310-I
a.3-4: DA-SI-*118 also on HT 99b.1. a.4: cf. KU-PA3-NU (HT 88.5) a.6: The numbers do total 66. Note how the numbers are in sets of 6: DA-RI-DA and PA3-NI contribute two sets each, U-*325-ZA one set, DA-SI-*118 four sets, and KUZU-NI, TE-KE, and DA-RE combined contribute one set. It is tempted to rank these in either importance or size: KU-ZU-NI, TE-KE, and DA-RE small; U-*325-ZA relatively small; DA-RI-DA and PA3-NI relatively large; and DA-SI-*118 large.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

side b is obviously a separate list, probably people by name, perhaps (if a: A-DU implies assessments) deficits (b.1: KI-KI-RA-JA being some form of KI-RU?) of personnel? (cf. HT 94) b.3: RE-DI-SE was originally written on line 3, then erased and moved to line 4d; KA & DI are therefore probably transaction signs (Schoep 2002, p. 78)

HT 86, page tablet (HM 1328) (GORILA I: 134-135) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 6 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.3 a.3 statement A-KA-RU • KU-NI-SU SA-RU DI-DE-RU QA-RA2-WA GRA+K+L2 {*584} 20 20 20 10 logogram number fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ a.4 a.4 a.5 a.6 A-DU • DA-ME MI-NU-TE vacat GRA+B {*580} 20 20

b.1 b.1-2 b.2 b.3 .1

[[A-KA-RU • ]] [[KU-NI-SU [[SA-RU [[DI-DE]] [[vacant ]] GRA+K+L2 {*584} 20]] 20]]

the same names recur on HT 95; given the large quantities and whole numbers, this document probably records assessments (Schoep 2002, 106); the document is a double palimpsest (Schoep 2002, 79)

HT 87, page tablet (HM 1309) (GORILA I: 136-137) Schoep 2002, type IV (people?) HT Scribe 9 side.line .1-2 .2 .3 .3 .4 .4 .5 statement QIf-TU-NE • MA-KA-RI-TE • PI-TA-KE-SI JA-RE-MI DI-KI-SE QE-SU-PU KU-RU-KU A-RA-[•]-A-TU
probably a list of people by name, perhaps listed under their supervisor, location, or aspect (e.g., profession, ethnicity) .1: QI -TU-NE, MA-KA-RI-TE, and DI-KI-SE appear in HT 117
f

logogram

number

fraction

1 1 1 1 1 1

HT 88, page tablet (HM 1312) (GORILA I: 138-139) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 7

side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .3 .4 .4 .4 .5 .5 .5-6 .6 .6

statement A-DU RE-ZA

logogram VIR+KA {*568}

number 20 6

fraction

FIC • KI-KI-NA vacat KI-RO • KU-PA3-PA3 KA-JU KU-PA3-NU PA-JA-RE SA-MA-RO DA-TA-RE KU-RO

7

1 1 1 1 1 1 6

If this document concerns rations of figs per VIR+KA (7 FIC : 26 VIR+KA), it would be more than 1/4 unit figs per person (cf. HT 89, where the ration FIC to presumed person is 1/5 this amount). .2: Here, a logogram is followed by a word; Duhoux (in Morpogo-Davies and Duhoux 1984: 20-21, 59 n. 27) suggests that this is an example of "double writing," where a logogram is spelled out, and, if so, KI-KI-NA should mean fig. It has also been suggested that the logogram NI derives acrophonically from a (Minoan) word "nikuleon," attested by Hesychius for "figs" (G. Neumann, "Nikuleon," Glotta 40 (1962) 51-54). Perhaps the two terms characterize "fresh" and "dried" figs or "green" and "black" figs. Another occurrence of "double writing" might occur on KN Za 19: .4-6: probably a list of people by name .4 & .5: KU-PA3-PA3/NU; cf. KU-ZU-NI (HT 85a.4) & KU-PA-ZU (KH 5.3-4); PA-HA-RE on HT 29.2 and ZA 10b.5-6. MI-NA, where MI-NA might be the word for *118 ; cf. ZA 21a.7 where this may recur.

HT 89, page tablet (HM 1313) (GORILA I: 140-141) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 2 side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 .5 .5 .5
.1-3: the numbers add up to KU-RO 87. Apparently the three names concern personnel (sign *305 occurs on HT 100 with groups of VIR; cf. VIR+*313a). The order of the three names is deliberate, the second name contributing an amount of the second set plus some of the third, the third name contributing only an amount of the third set. *307 *305 JU+*317-QE VIR+*313 Asara2 23 Asara2 22 Maimi 24 Maimi 13 Tara 5 The rest of the document concerns comestibles, perhaps rations, whose order also seems deliberate, matching the order of the personnel, as follows: *307 *305 23 *303 2 JE ca. 1/10th unit *303 to each

statement A-SA-RA2

logogram • *307 • *305 JU+*317-QE {*542}

number 23 22 24

fraction

MA-I-MI VIR+*313a {*570} TA-RA KU-RO *303 FIC VINa

13 5 87 2 2 6[ ] JE E

JU+*317-QE 46 FIC 2 E VIR+*313 18 VIN 6[]

ca. 1/20th unit figs to each (cf. HT 88 where the ratio FIC:VIR+KA is 5 times this amount). If JU+*317-QE are people, might they be children? 1/3rd unit wine to each

HT 90, page tablet (HM 1314) (GORILA I: 142-143) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 2 side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .2 .2-3 .3-4 .4 .4 .5 vacat
.1: I-KU-RI-NA may possibly mean "to" KU-RI-NA, which would be supported by the large round numbers (assessments) from SA-RA2 and the much smaller numbers from SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2 (hapax here), presumably a less important place.

statement I-KU-RI-NA SA-RA2

logogram

number

fraction

GRA FIC OLE+DI {*608}

20 10 3 1 1 1 1

SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2

GRA FIC OLE+MI {*622} *304

HT 91, page tablet (HM 1318) (GORILA I: 144-145) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 15 side.line .1 .2 .2 .2-3 .3 .3 .3 .4 .4 .5 .5 infra mutila
An odd document, listing commodities in very small quantities with transaction sign *326, which is never found on any other mixed commodities document (Schoep 2002, 98).

statement I-KA

logogram • *326 • GRA *304 • OLE+KI {*618} OLE+U {*610} OLE+MI {*622} OLIV FIC VINa E

number

fraction X A A A A A A A

5 A 3[

TE-RI •

OLE+MI {*622} E

HT 92, page tablet (HM 1324) (GORILA I: 144-145) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 2 side.line .1 .1-2 A-DU • statement logogram TE • GRA 680 number fraction

.2 .3-4 vacant

*304

12

HT 93, page tablet (HM 1307) (GORILA I: 146-149) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 5 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2-3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4-5 a.5-6 a.6 a.6-7 a.7 a.7 a.8 a.8 a.9 a.9 PA3-NI-NA[ ]PA-SE-JA VIR ]KA 20 10 4 F[ statement PA3-NI-NA DI-RI-NA • KI-DI-NI A-SE SA-RA2 QA-QA-RU VIR-I DE-JU-KU O-TI-[•] DA-RI-DA *406VAS *343 • I GRA+PA {*577} • I GRA+PA {*577} logogram • GRA PA3 • RE+SE {*515} DA+RE+SE {*502} number 12 43 5 26 20 5 6 1 3 2 2 J J JH JE fraction

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.3-9 KI-RO[ ]vacat vacant

]165

H

a.1: GORILA gives GRA PA3 a complex sign number *577, but the two signs are of equal size and separated -- even so, probably a mistake for the usual GRA+PA {*574} a.6-7 or: O-TI-RO a.8 or: ]PI-SE-JA a.9: if VIR 10F is related to *343 (and the other commodities above?), then perhaps it implies a ratio: VIR 10F : *343 22[ (etc.?) b.1: The numbers a.1-9 total 159 4J E F[ H; the apparent total is 165 H, leaving a difference of 4 1/4 F[ to be filled by an entry on line b.1.

HT 94, page tablet (HM 1316) (GORILA I: 150-153) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 9 side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 statement KA-PA logogram VIR *86 TI+A {*523} VIR+*313b {*571} TA number 62 20 7 18 4 "fraction"

a.3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.5 a.6 a.7

KU-RO SA-RA2 *303 FIC

110 5 3 ]2 *318-*306 *303 FIC ]14 FIC ]vacat ]vacat 11 DD DD J D H

b.1 b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.6

KI-RO • TU-MA PA-TA-NE DE-DI KE-KI-RU SA-RU KU-RO *86 • RA-[•]-DE-ME-TE QIf-TU-[•] vacat
a.3: the numbers really total 111 b.4 or: RA-RI-DE-ME-TE b.5: QI -TU-NE? side a presents 2 lists, a.1-3, headed by KA-PA, various kinds of personnel, and a.3-5, headed by SA-RA2 (commestibles in 3 groups of *303 FIC, the first apparently totalling 11, the second listed in bulk [double minas?], the third again listing specific numbers [missing *303]); side b comprises two more separate lists, apparently one of deficits (b.1: KI-RO) of personnel listed by a name (place?) and another (also of personnel?) headed by *86. Here, most of the document concerns personnel, but SA-RA2 is concerned with *303, FIC, perhaps some other food (a.4: ]2, *318-*306 11). HT 94 records personnel and commodities (including *303), and notes a deficit (b.1: KI-RO) that totals (b.3: KU-RO) 5; HT Wc 3017 may record the disbursement of this amount: HT 94 side.line statement logogram number a.1 KA-PA SA-RA2 VIR *303 62 5 HT Wc 3017 statement b: *304+PA {*629} b: *303+D {*624} a. DI-*306 • 5 logogram no. of impressions (CMS II, 6 no. 21: archer)
f

1 1 1 1 1 5 vacat

1 1

a.3
a.4 b.1 b.2 b.3

*318-*306 11 KI-RO KE-KI-RU KU-RO 5 a: QA-KU-RE •

5 028-047-049-061 KU2-QE-RO3-

For KE-KI-RU, compare CHIC #186:

HT 95, page tablet (HM 1320) (GORILA I: 154-155) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4-5 statement DA-DU-MA-TA • DA-ME MI-NU-TE SA-RU KU-NI-SU DI-DE-RU QE-RA2-U logogram GRA 10 10 20 10 10 7 number fraction

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2-3 b.3-4 b.4 b.4-5

A-DU • SA-RU [•] DA-ME MI-NU-TE KU-NI-SU DI-DE-RU QE-RA2-U 10 10 10 10 10 10

the same names (place names?) recur on HT 86; given the whole numbers and repetitions of 10, this document probably records assessments (Schoep 2002, 106) a.1: cf. DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]-TA2 (ZA 11a.1).

HT 96, page tablet (HM 1329) (GORILA I: 156-157) Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 8 side.line a.1-2 a.2-3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 PI-TA-RA • *323 *344 statement I-TI-TI-KU-NI • A-PA-RA-NE • A-*123-TE • SI-MI-TA RU-SA *323 *317 GRA 5 4 1 1 1 logogram number fraction

______________________________________________________________________________ a.5 a.6 ]KU-MA-RO • • TE FIC ]FIC 20 2

______________________________________________________________________________ infra mutila

b.1 b.1-2 b.3 b.3

A-PA-RA-NE • QA-*118-RA-RE • I+[?] {*516} • GRA • OLE+U {*610} FIC 40 4 2 K JE

b.4-6

vacant infra mutila
a.1-2: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices).

HT 97, page tablet (HM 1330) (GORILA I: 158-159) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 7 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.4 a.4-5 a.5 a.5 a.5 a.6 a.6 infra mutila TA-TI DE-[•] ]A NA-TI MA-DI JU KI ZU KA-NU-TI PA-I-TO DI statement KA-RU logogram • *307+*307 {*638} • VIR+KA {*568} *327 number 82 33 25 6 4 4 5 15 3 ]5 2 3[ 5 fraction

b.

SA-RA2
a.1: if KA-RU is a transaction term (?akin to CHIC 072-049, "actual payment"; cf. KA-RU[ on HT 75.1, and A-KA-RU on HT 2.1, HT 86a.1, b.1; and KA-RE-RO on HT Wc 3003), then this is either a simple list (82 VIR+KA, 33 *327s, etc.) or 82 VIR+KA is a total of most of the rest (e.g., the numbers modified by place names *327 33, KA-NUTI 25, PA-I-TO 6, DI 4, NA-TI 4, MA-DI 5, TA-TI 2, DE-[•] 3) -- i.e., not counting the numbers registered for a.4-5: JU, KI, ZU. The total of all numbers is 192. a.1-2: *327 may be AES (B *140; Palaima 1988: 326); cf. HT 119a.1 b: the signs are written large and are centered in the upper part of the tablet; GORILA seems to read SA *332 E (fraction)

HT 98, page tablet (HM 1331) (GORILA I: 160-161) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.4 a.4-5 TA-NA-TI DI-RE-DI-NA TE-*301 RO-KE KA-RI-*310-I ]-DE ]TU 1[ 1 JE J JE J E logogram number fraction

b.1

]*188[

b.2 b.2 DA-RU-NE-TE

]VINa

JE K+[?]

HT 99, page tablet (HM 1334) (GORILA I: 162-163) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 2 side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.4-5 ]vacant statement A-DU • SA-RA2 *303 FIC VINa GRA+QE[ {*578} ]vest.[ 4[ ] 4[ ] 1 H logogram number fraction

b.1 b.1 b.1 b.2-3 b.4-5 DA-SI-*118 ZU-DU RU-MA-TA vacant

SI+SE {*529} FIC

6 2 1 1

b.1 SI+SE FIC 6 may refer to SA-RA2; this transaction and commodity may then continue to refer to DA-SI-*118, ZU-DU, and RU-MA-TA.

HT 100, page tablet (HM 1306) (GORILA I: 164-165) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) side.line .1 .1 .2 .2 .2 .2-3 .3 .4 .4 .4 .5 .5 .5 .6 vacat
.1-3: Since the preserved numbers total 93, the amount of *304+PA was probably 4.

statement

logogram ]VIR+KA {*568} *304+PA {*629}[ TI+A {*523} KI *305 VIR+*313a {*570}

number 58

"fraction"

] 12 2 5 16 97

KU-RO SA-RA2 *303 FIC VINa OLE+U {*610} OLE+MI {*622} OLE+NE {*612}

5 2 2 2 3

E DD J H

JE

HT 101, page tablet (HM 1308) (GORILA I: 166-167) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 2 side.line .1 .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .4 KU-PA3-[ SA-RA2 statement ZU-*22f-DI logogram GRA+QE {*578} OLE+U {*610} OLE+MI {*622} OLE+KI {*618} GRA OLE DI+QE {506} ]OLE+U {*610} number 40 8 8 2 41 10 3 2 fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ .5 .5 .5 .6 .6 .6 OLIV OLIV+TU {*587}
most of the numbers here seem arranged around the number 10: 40, 8, 8+2, 41, 10, 5, 20, 3+2+3+1+1. the rule between lines .4 and .5 probably indicates a separate paragraph, although the preceding section seems divided into 3 paragraphs, each headed by a toponymn

]20 *304 OLE+KI {*618} 3 2[ ]3 1 1 E

HT 102, page tablet (HM 1310) (GORILA I: 168-169) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 5 side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .3 .3 .3-4 DI-RI-NA MA-ZU WI .4 .5 I-KA KU-RO statement KA-PA SA-RA2 PA3-NI GRA GRA+PA {*577} ]VIR GRA+PA {*577} 976 33[ 33 10 3 10 5 1060 logogram number fraction

.3: if ]VIR were part of the third name, then the document concerns only GRA and GRA+PA (cf. VIR-I, HT 11a.4 concerning only personnel, HT 93a.5-6 concerning mostly GRA+PA). .4: if WI means "absent" vel sim., then the other numbers add up to the expected total 1060.

HT 103, page tablet (HM 1315) (GORILA I: 170-171) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 3 side.line .1 statement U-TA2 • logogram FIC number 40 fraction

.2 .2 .3 .4 .4-5 .5 DA-KU-NA DA-KU-SE-NE KI-RA
2: for PA3 as a logogram without a number, see HT 9b.1.

PA3 DA-KU-SE-NE[ *188 ]6 13 1 1 5

<="" td=""> J

J

4: That DA-KU-NA would not be related to DA-KU-SE-NE seems unlikely, but JGY has no explanation for how the numbers might work. 5: a space between NE 1 and KI-RA, lending support to the following supposition by Schoep that KI-RA is a transaction term. 5: Schoep (1994-95, 71, n. 60), taking a lead from GORILA (which suggests separating PA3 from DA-KU-SE-NE), implies the following: PA3 DA-KU-SE-NE[ 6 J DA-KU-NA 1 KI-RA ("balance") 5 J Using Davis's interpretation of HT 8, we would then expect PA 3 DA-KU-SE-NE to anticipate an omission of 6J, but an addition of 1 on line .4-5 results in a new balace/omission of 5J.

HT 104, page tablet (HM 1317) (GORILA I: 170-171) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 5 side.line .1 .1-2 .2-3 .3-4 .5 .6 statement TA-PA DA-KU-SE-NE-TI I-DU-TI PA-DA-SU-TI KU-RO vacat
The numbers do add up to 95. .1-2 or: DA-KU-SE-NE TI (ideogram) .2-3 or: I-DU TI (ideogram) .3-4 or: PA-DA-SU TI (ideogram)

logogram • TE+RO {*505} •

number

fraction

45 20 29 95

J J

HT 105, page tablet (HM 1321) (GORILA I: 172-173) Schoep 2002, type IV (people) side.line .1 .1 .2 .3 .4-5 SA-RA2 • vacat statement KA-PA[ ]vest.[ ]VIR VIR 234 235 logogram number fraction

HT 106, page tablet (HM 1323) (GORILA I: 172-173) Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 19

side.line .1 .2 .2

statement MI-NU-TE

logogram *303 SI SI

number 6[ 5 1

fraction

J

_____________________________________________________________________ .3 .4 infra mutila
the rule between lines .2 and .3 indicates a separate paragraph .3 or: DA-ME

DA-[•] ]SI

8[ 3[

HT 107, page tablet (HM 1325) (GORILA I: 174-175) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .1 .2 .3 .3 vacat TE *332 86 7 ]vest.[ ]3[ logogram number fraction

.3: without the dots flanking it, TE may be a logogram and not a transaction sign.

HT 108, page tablet (HM 1326) (GORILA I: 174-175) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 2 side.line .1 .1 statement KI-RE-TA-NA logogram VIR GRA+H {*583} number 1 70 fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 DI-NA-RO DU-SU-NI [•]-RA2-TI JU-[ vacat infra mutila
.1: written GRA+'H' but not given a separate ligature number .3 or: QA-RA2-TI or: ZU-RA2-TI the rule between lines .1 and .2 probably separates the 1st list of personnel and GRA from a 2nd list (continuing contributions of GRA+H from the three NAMES; or of just personnel?)

2 5[ 10

HT 109, page tablet (HM 1333) (GORILA I: 176-177) HT Scribe 7 side.line statement logogram number fraction

supra mutila .1 .1 .2 .3 .4 KU-RO A-RA-JU
.4: cf. ]A-RA-JU-U-DE-ZA (HT 122b.3)

]RE ]vest.[ ]TA

4[

4 129 123

HT 110, page tablet (HM 1319) (GORILA I: 178-179) Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities) side.line a.1 a.2 a.3 a.4 a.5 statement SI-DU-*34-KU-MI KU-PA KU-RO ]FIC logogram *303+E {*626} number 20 1 100[ 15[ ]60 fraction

b.1 b.1 b.1-2 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.5 b.5
a.4 or: 15 KA[ b.1-2 or: *400VAS+E

GRA[ ]-RO *400VAS+RI {*648} 20 3[ ]1 MA vacat ]2 FIC 1 ]1 MA *301 2 JE J[ 5 J

HT 111, page tablet (HM 1327) (GORILA I: 180-181) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 infra mutila ]QE-KA QA-SA-[ ]-QA-RU DI ]FIC[ 8 14[ ]vest.[ 8 logogram number fraction

<="" td="">

supra mutila b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 infra mutila
a.2 or: QA--[

]1 SA-DI 4[ ]3 QE-[ NA-[ ]FIC 1[ ]

HT 112, page tablet (HM 1346) (GORILA I: 182-183) HT Scribe 9 side.line a.1 a.2 a.3 infra mutila <="" td=""> supra mutila b.1 b.1 b.1 infra mutila ]*303 ]vest.[ ]vest.[ 6[ ]TU-PA-[ ]vest.[ statement logogram OVISf[ number fraction

HT 113, page tablet (HM 1332) (GORILA I: 184-185) side.line .1 .2-3 .3 .4 [[vestigia]][
.3 or: O-DI J ?

statement RA-RI-DE[ ]WI-SA • [

logogram

number

fraction

]2[ ] O 2 J

HT 113ter, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 184-185) side.line .1 .2 infra mutila statement ]-MI-[ ]4[ logogram number fraction

HT 114, page tablet (Pigorini 83735) (GORILA I: 186-187) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 4 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.3-4 vacat statement KI-RI-TA2 SA-RA2 GRA OLE FIC VINa BOSm 10 7 1 1 3 logogram number fraction

b.1 b.2-5 vacant

SA VINa {*522}

9

Very similar to HT 121; both may present contributions for a feast: GRA 10, VIN 1+9 (unit = 28.8 liters [Docs2]; 288 liters; if 0.25 liter/person [2 average conical cups {Kommos III}] = 1152 people), OLE 7, FIC 1, BOSm 3 (350-500 people/BOS = 1050-1500 people)

HT 115, page tablet (HM 1360) (GORILA I: 188-191) Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) HT Scribe 8 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.6 a.7 a.8-9 statement *47-NU-RA-JA RI-TA-MA-NU-WI [[*301-U-RA]] NA-QIf-NE-MI-NA SE-KU-TU PA-RA-NE A-SE-JA KA-PO-RU [[RI-SU-MA[ vest. ]] [[SU [[vestigia ]] 2 D[ vest. ]] 1 1 DDDD 1 J logogram • I • GRA+*22m {*576} 2 number "fraction"

b.1 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.4 b.5-8

]RU • PA-RA-NE TI-NU-JA • NU-WI • DU-PA3-NA KU-RU-MA *306-TU-JA A-I-[••] *634 {*306+MI} KU-TA[ vacant •I 1 1 1 GRA 1

J J

J

a.1: the transaction sign I has a dot punched into the base of the middle "finger," perhaps an attempt to render the sign like *516: I+[?] a.1-2 or, more probably: • NU-WI (see b.2) a.6 or: RI-SU-MA-NU[ lines a.1-9: palimpsest b.3: *306-TU-JA, cf. *306-TU, HT 91.2-3, 9b.3; HT 119.4; HT 122a.6 b.4 or: A-I-TI-KI lines b.1-8: palimpsest The numbers and fractions total 12, if D = 1/5.

HT 116, page tablet (HM 1361) (GORILA I: 192-195) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 20 side.line a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.3-4 a.4 a.5-6 a.6-7 PI-*34-TE SI-KI-NE QA-NU-MA statement U-TA-RO KU-PA-JA PU-RA2 • SI+SE {*529} logogram • TE • GRA 16 GRA 40 GRA 16 GRA 5 GRA 12 GRA 20 OLE+DI {*608} OLE+KI {*618} OLE+[] 5 1 5 OLE+MI {*622} OLE+MI {*622} 6 1 OLIV OLIV+TU {*587} 3 2 *304 12 *304 3 logo no. logo no. logo no. logo no. logo no.

b.1 b.2

KU-RO

GRA 100[ OLE 17

*304 15

side b totals 3 of the 4 commestibles on side a (omitting OLIV) b.1 the GRA numbers total 109, perhaps the KU-RO GRA 100[ b.1 *304 numbers do total 15 b.2 the plain OLE numbers total OLE+D 5, OLE+KI 1, OLE+MI 6 + 1, ]OLE[ 5, or a total of 18; perhaps the last stroke in the number 6 in a.3 OLE+MI 6 was a slip.

HT 117, page tablet (HM 1364) (GORILA I: 196-199) Schoep 2002, type IV (people?) HT Scribe 9 side.line a.1-2 a.2 a.2 a.2-3 a.3 a.3 a.3-4 a.4 a.4-5 a.5 a.5 a.6 statement MA-KA-RI-TE • KI-RO • U-MI-NA-SI • U-SU MI-TU KU-RA-MU MA-RU KU-PA3-NU TU-JU-MA U-DI-MI MI-RU-TA-RA-RE NA-DA-RE TE-JA-RE KU-RO 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 logogram number Fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ a.7 a.7 a.7-8 a.8 a.8-9 a.9 SA-TA • KU-KU-DA-RA KO-SA-I-TI DA-MI-NU DA-NE-KU-TI KI-DA-RO 1 1 1 1 1

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.3-9

QIf-TU-NE • KU-RE-JU DI-KI-SE vacant
The document probably lists people by name. a.6: KU-RO totals the 10 (personnel?) in lines a.1-5 a.6/7: the rule there apparently introduces a second section on side a, headed by SA-TA (cf. HT 42.1) Side b therefore presents a third section headed by QI -TU-NE, a heading on HT 7b.1 and HT 87.1. MA-KA-RI-TE, QI -TU-NE and DI-KI-SE appear in HT 87, and in both HT f 87 & HT 117, QI -TU-NE (as heading or part of the heading) and DI-KI-SE (as name in a list) appear in the same paragraph. SA-TA, QI -TU-NE, and MA-KA-RI-TE may be regions or people supplying personnel.
f f f

1 1

HT 118, page tablet (Pigorini 83734; Brice 1991b: 103) (GORILA I: 200-201) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 3 side.line .1 .1 .2-3 .3-4 .4 .5 MA-DI QA-QA-RU A-RI-SU RI-RU-MA KU-RO
.1-4, the numbers in the 1st column total 35, not KU-RO's 30 KI = KI-RO? (Raison and Pope 1978, pp. 147-48); the numbers add up.

statement

logogram SUS • I+[?] {*516} •

number

owed?

frac tion

15 6 4 10 30

KI 10 KI 4 KI 1

KI 15[

HT 119, page tablet (HM 1362) (GORILA I: 202-203) Schoep 2002, type IV (people?) HT Scribe 9 side.line .1 .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .4 JA-*345 RI-MI-SI KO-JA KU-PA3-NA-TU TI statement logogram *327 VIR number 34 68 13 10 7 7 10 Fraction

.4 .4 .5

*306-TU *327-JU KU-RO

2 8 160

The numbers here are interesting (even if they do not quite total KU-RO's 160): each unit of *327 could be distributed per pair VIR. The number 10 recurs: KO-JA 10, JA*345 10, *306-TU 2 + *327-JU 8 = 10. The second list, following TI 7, consists of names that rely on rare signs: JA-*345 (hapax here, see below), *306-TU (*306 possibly MUL, see below), *327-JU (*327 repeated from line .1?); could they form some group? .1: *327 may be AES (B *140; Palaima 1988: 326); cf. HT 14a.1-2. .4: *306-TU, cf. *306-TU-JA, HT 115b.3 .5: *327 is hapax here; the sign resembles a ligature of DA topped with *47 .5: the numbers total 159, not KU-RO's 160

HT 120, page tablet (HM 1363) (GORILA I: 204-205) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 6 side.line .1 .1-2 .2-3 .3-4 .4-5 .6 .6 PA-I-TO DA-U-*49 KI-RE-TA-NA statement DA-QE-RA • DA-ME GRA+K+L2 {*584} GRA+PA {*577} • I GRA+PA {*577} GRA+B {*580} GRA+PA {*577} 74 62 20 60 48 3 D JA logogram number "fraction"

HT 121, page tablet (HM 1365) (GORILA I: 204-205) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 4 side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 .3 .3-4 statement KI-RI-TA2 SA-RA2 logogram OLE+QE+DI {*623} GRA OLE FIC VINa BOSm number 10 5 4 2 3 3 Fraction

Very similar to HT 114; both documents may present contributions for a feast: OLE+QE+DI 10 (omitted in HT 114), GRA 5, VIN 5 (unit = 28.8 liters [Docs2]; 86.4 liters; if 0.25 liter/person [2 average conical cups {Kommos III}] = 345.6 people), FIC 2, BOSm 3 (350-500 people/BOS = 1050-1500 people)

HT 122, page tablet (HM 1366) (GORILA I: 209-209) Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food) HT Scribe 9 side.line a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2 a.2-3 DA-SI-*118 PA-[••][ statement ]RA-RI • U-DE-ZA 2[ ]2 2 logogram number Fraction

a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.5 a.5 a.6 a.6 a.6 a.7 a.7 a.7 a.8 a.8

]-DI TE-KI QA-*310-I JA-MI-DA-RE SI-DA-RE *324-DI-RA PA-DE KU-PA3-NU PA-TA-NE *306-TU ]DU KU-PA3-NU DA-RI-DA KU-RO KU-DA

1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 31 1

b.1 b.2 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.4 b.5 b.6 b.7

JE-DI ]*306-KI-TA2 ]A-RA-JU-U-DE-ZA QA-QA-RU

• *346 • VIR[ 7[ 2 2 DI 2 2 65 97

DA-RE KU-RO PO-TO-KU-RO vacat
the document probably lists places by name and their contributions of groups of personnel

a.2-3: after PA (which ends line 2), on line 3, there are the remains of two signs, room for a numeral 1 and the remains of a sign before DI: so, .2-3 PA[-I-TO 1 •]-DI 1 b.3: U-DE-ZA is practically certain, and from its occurrence in a.1, b.3 should probably be read as ]A-RA-JU< • >U-DE-ZA; cf. A-RA-JU (HT 109.4). PO-TO-KU-RO 97 = KU-RO b.5 65 + a.8 31 + 1

HT 123+124, page tablet (HM 1367+1371; Brice 1991b: 103) (GORILA I: 210-213) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 6 side.line a.1-2 a.3-4 a.4-5 a.6-7 a.7-9 a.8-9 statement KI-TA-I • PU-VINa SA-RU DA-TU KU-RO KU-RO logogram OLIV OLIV OLIV OLIV OLIV number 31 31 J 16 15 93 J logogram number *308 *308 *308 *308 *308[[•]] [ ]25H KI-RO 6[ 8E 8JE 4 A[ 4E owed KI-RO KI-RO ]KI-RO KI-RO number 1X X JE JE

b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2-3 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.4-5 b.5 b.6 b.6 b.7 TI-DA-TA • PI-SA *188 *188-DU • TU-PA-DI-DA KA-NA[ ]SI-DU DU-MA-I-NA KU-RO KI-RO ]vacat
a.7-9: the total (KU-RO) of OLIV, 93 J is correct.

*188 *308 *312

11 1 JE

4 1 10 J L2

A EF 20 5[

a.6-7 apparently expresses a ratio between *308 and OLIV: *308 is booked as 4E KIRO JE (E = 1/4, J = 1/2), which totals 5, therefore 1/3 of OLIV 15. This leads us to calculate the values of the fractions H, A[, and X. a.7-9 present totals: OLIV 93J and *308 31H (25H+6). If 31H is 1/3 of 93J, then H = 1/6. a.4-5 presents OLIV 16 and *308 4 3/4 + A[. If 4 3/4 + A[ is 1/3 of 16, or 5 1/3, then 5 1/3 - 4 3/4 = A[, or 7/12 = A[. Quantity X is more problematic. It is listed twice. Line a.1-2 presents 31 OLIV and 9EX *308; If 9 1/4 + X = 10 1/3 (1/3 of 31), then X = 13/12. Line a.2-3 presents 31J OLIV and 8JEX. If 8 3/4 + X is 10 1/2 (1/3 of 31 1/2), then X = 7/4 or 21/12. The difference between the two derived values for X and X is 2/3 (21/12 - 13/12 = 8/12). The reading 8JEX needs therefore to be increased by 2/3.

Side b.3: *188-DU also appears on HT We 1021, 3020; PSI Za 1 (188-DU-SE[, a verbal?). An alternative arrangement of side b, based on the Balance Ledger type of accounting tablet, would presume allocations of 20 units *308. Apparently 10 units are missing in general (KU-RO 20 = *188 11-1 = *188-DU 10) and smaller units are also missing: KI-RO 1JE + 4 + JL2 + EF = 6 5/8 L2 = 5[ (originally 6 J F L2).

side.line b.1 b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2-3 b.3 b.3-4 b.4 b.4 b.4-5 b.5 b.6

statement *188 *312 TI-DA-TA • PI-SA *188 *188-DU • TU-PA-DI-DA

logogram number *308 11

deficit

number

Fraction

1

JE

4 (-)1 10 J L2 •

KA-NA[ ]SI-DU DU-MA-I-NA KU-RO 20 KI-RO 5[ EF

HT 125, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 214-215) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement supra mutila logogram Number "fraction"

a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.4 a.4

]RA2[ ]OLE+KI {*618} OLE+U {*610}[ ]OLE+MI {*622} ]SA-RA2 GRA OLE[ ] 1 2 1 J[ 1 D

b.1 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.4 b.4
from the amounts, side a may be disbursements, side b contributions b.3: undoubtedly KI-]RE-TA2; cf. HT 129.1 with similar amounts of GRA *304 FIC

]vest.[ ]20 ]RE-TA2 GRA+PA {*577} GRA+F {*582} *304 FIC 20 7 10 23 J

HT 126, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 216-217) side.line a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.5 a.6 infra mutila SI-DI-JA ]U-*49 PI[ ]62[ ]2[ 1[ 1 statement DA-NA-SI A-NA-[•] U[ ]J logogram • *318 • [ 1 number Fraction

b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2 b.3 b.3 b.4 infra mutila
a.1 at right?: TE[ a.2 or: A-NA-QA

]*305

3 ]6

TWE • OVISf[ ] vest. [ ]TWE [ ]TU

4

6

HT 127, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 218-219) Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.3 ]DU-NE-MI ]*304+PA-DA-*47-KU[ {*629-DA-*47-KU[} ]vest.[ 1[ 1 logogram number Fraction

b.1 b.2 b.3 b.4 b.4-5 b.5 b.5 b.6 b.6 b.7 KU-RO
side a consists only of 3 lines, obviously a section unto itself

]vest.[ ]NE vacat KU-RO *307 KU VIR+*313c {*572} KI+ME {*545} *301 [[ KI+ME {*545} 156 72 24 15 11 14 ]] 292 13[

a.3: since *304+PA {*629} is a logogram elsewhere (e.g., HT Wc 3016, KH 7b.3) the signgroup should probably be separated thus: ]*304+PA {*629} <•> DA-*47-KU[ b.4: KU-RO seems therefore to end a second section (b.1-4) b.7: KU-RO 292 totals b.4-6, including b.4 KU-RO 156 and the erasure in b.6

HT 128, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 220-221) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 9 side.line a.1 a.1 a.1-2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.3 a.4 a.4 a.4 MA-RI[ infra mutila DI[ GRA[+ • ] GRA+KU {*579} 1 4 PA-RA • TU-RU-NU-SE-ME WA-TU-MA-RE ]MI-TA GRA[+ • ] GRA+KU {*579} GRA+PA {*577} GRA+KU {*579} 6 10 12[ J[ ] statement logogram *326 • number Fraction

b.1 b.1 b.2

VIR-*329

GRA+KU {*579} GRA+KU {*579}

6 1 6

RU-[••]

GRA+KU {*579}

b.3-4

vacant
b.2: RU-WA-DA or RU-WA-U. Schoep 2002, 108: probably a list of GRA+PA {*577} according to a census of people

HT 129, page tablet (HM 1368) (GORILA I: 222-223) Schoep 2002, type IA (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 15 side.line .1 .2 .2 .2-3 .3 .4 .4 infra mutila
for KI-RE-TA2, cf. HT 125b.3: ]RE-TA2 with almost identical amounts of GRA *304 FIC .1 or, probably: GRA+B {*580}

statement KI-RE-TA2

logogram GRA *304 FIC

number 33 10 22 40 1[ 6

Fraction JB

TU-QIf-RI-NA

GRA OLE+DI {*608} ]OLE+KI {*618} ]OLE[

J

HT 130, page tablet (HM 1369) (GORILA I: 224-225) Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food); JGY: mixed commodities HT Scribe 19 side.line .1 .1 .2 .3 .3 .4 ]RA2[ ]KU-RO[ SA-RA2 statement logogram ]vest.[ ]SI *303[ ]vest.[ 3 number Fraction

_____________________________________________________________________ .5 .5-6 .6 SI *303 FIC VINa 8 6 3

.4: KU-RO undoubtedly ended a section (perhaps the second paragraph)the rule between lines .4/5 apparently separates a third paragraph

HT 131, page tablet (HM 1372) (GORILA I: 226-227) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.1 a.2 a.2-3 I-QA-*118 GRA ]FIC KU[ ]353 58[ 62 logogram number Fraction

a.4 a.4

] OLE *304

12 12

J JE

b.1 b.2 b.2 b.2

]vest.[ ]FIC ]OLIV VINa+SA {*589}[ 30[ 2

_____________________________________________________________________ b.4 PO-TO-KU-RO [ ]452 J[

a.2-3: I-QA-*118 recurs only on HT 44, also heading a list of almost the same commodities; QA-*118 by itself occurs on KH 10.3. b.4: the rule separates at least two or three lists from the "grand total" b.4: PO-TO-KU-RO 452 probably means "grand total"; it probably adds the numbers originally on the reverse, since it is 79 less than the total of the surviving numbers on both obverse and reverse.

HT 132, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 228-229) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 9 side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .3 infra mutila
since A-SE may be a place (cf. HT 93 & HT 115) and since QA-RE-TO is a hapax legomenon and thus probably a person, the tablet may have listed 5 *319 at A-SE, QA-RETO being entrusted with 27 sheep and therefore a shepherd (Linear B often lists shepherds and their "handlers") .1: *319 (like a capital I) is preceded by a small dot low in the field; if the dot is a divider, then *319 is a logogram (see the notes to HT Zd 155-157).

statement A-SE • QA-RE-TO •

logogram *319 OVISf PA3 • *305 ]vest.[

number 5 27 1[

Fraction

HT 133, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 228-229) HT Scribe 22 side.line .1-2 .3 statement A-DU • vacat logogram TE GRA+DA {*573} number 55 Fraction

HT 135, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 230-231) HT Scribe 9 side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.2 a.3 a.3 a.4 NA-QIf-NE[ ]MI 2 ]NE-MI-NA ]-MI-TU • MI-KA[ ]1 10[ logogram number Fraction

b.1 b.2 b.3-4

][••]-TA-NE[ 2 vacant
b.1 or: ][•]-*34-TA-NE[

HT 136, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 232-233) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 a.3 infra mutila ]vest.[ ]OVISf 30[ ]23[ logogram number Fraction

b.1 b.2-3 vacant infra mutila
a.1 or: ]A-[

]24[

HT 137, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 234-235) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) side.line .1 .2 .2 .2 .4 ]vacat infra mutila ]TA2 statement logogram ]vest.[ GRA[ ] OLE+MI {*622} ] OLE 3[ 6[ 2 number Fraction

HT 139, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 234-235) Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities) HT Scribe 5 side.line .1 .2 .2 .3 ]KA-RA2[ infra mutila statement ]-PU-MA-KU[ ]GRA[ ] OLE 1 J logogram number Fraction

HT 140, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 236-237) Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities) HT Scribe 8 side.line .1 .1-2 .2 .3 .3 .3 .3 .4 .4 .4 .5 .5 .5 .6 .7-8 vacant
since *86 seems to designate a certain kind of personnel (see HT 94), I have moved it and its associated signs up into the logogram column there are probably several separate paragraphs here: surely .1-.2 (headed U-*34-SI), .2-.3 (same heading), probably 2 or 3 more paragraphs in lines .3-.5, and a conclusion beginning in .5 KA-PA .1: perhaps *86-SI-NI 1 .2: perhaps *86-SI-*118- ("Talent") -KA 3

statement U-*34-SI JE-DI • U-*34-SI

logogram *86-SI

logogram FIC • OLE+KI {*618}

number 1[ 1 3

Fraction

J

*86-SI

*118-KA KA[ ]MA[ ]KA[

]4 OLE+U {*610} KA OLE+U {*610} ]KA OLE+U {*610} KA-PA OLE+U {*610} 6 3 1 1 1 2 J[ J

HT 141, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 238-239) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .1 .2 A-RI-[ ]RU-DI-[ infra mutila ]1 logogram number Fraction

HT 142, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 238-239) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .3 infra mutila ]vest.[ ]vest.[ ]vest.[ logogram number Fraction

HT 144, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 238-239) HT Scribe 5? side.line .1 .2 infra mutila statement logogram ] • O[ ] ]vest.[ number Fraction

HT 146, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 240-241) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .3 .3 .4 RI-KA-TA RI-*305 MA vacat ]QE[ ]30 30 30 30 logogram number Fraction

HT 147, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 240-241) side.line .1 .2 .3 .4 infra mutila ]FIC[ statement logogram ]vest.[ ]RA H ]J number Fraction

HT 154, page tablet (HM 1370) (GORILA I: 242-243) side.line .1 .1 .1 .2 .2 .3 .4-5 KI[ desunt TI-[ ]100 ]7[ ]40[ statement logogram I+[?] {*516} • number Fraction

HT 154A, page tablet (HM 1322) (GORILA I: 242-243) side.line .1 .2 .2 statement ]TU-ME-PA-JA[ ]OLIV[ ]GRA[ logogram number Fraction

.3 .4 .4

]vest.[ ]KU ]TA 6[ 6

HT 154B, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 244-245) side.line .1 .2 ] vacat
the tablet has been cut approximately in half, with only the top 1 or 2 lines written (line 2 may have had a number)

statement

logogram ] • GRA

number

Fraction

HT 154C, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 244-245) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2
.1 probably: ]NA-MI[ .2 or: ]2 J E I or SE[

logogram

number

Fraction

]NA-[ ]2 J[

HT 154E, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 244-245) side.line statement supra mutila a. a. ]FIC 14[ ]3 E logogram number Fraction

HT 154G, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 246-247) side.line statement supra mutila a. ]6 J[ logogram number Fraction

HT 154J, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 246-247) side.line statement supra mutila a.1 a.2 ]NU-TE[ infra mutila ]vest.[ logogram number Fraction

supra mutila b.1 ]vest.[

infra mutila
a.2 or: ]NU-RE[ or: ]NU-I[

HT 154K, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 248-249) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 infra mutila ]vest.[ ]2 logogram number Fraction

HT 154L, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 248-249) side.line statement supra mutila a. .1 vacat ]2[ logogram number Fraction

HT 154M, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 250-251) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .1 vacat ]vest.[ logogram number Fraction

HT 154N, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 250-251) side.line statement supra mutila .1 .2 .2 .3 infra mutila ]vest.[ ]SI[ SI[ ]6 logogram number Fraction

HT Wa 1001 (HM 442.60) (GORILA II: 4) HT Wa Scribe 50 DA-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1002 (HMs 445.1) (GORILA II: 4) HT Wa Scribe 50 DA-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1003 (HMs 445.2) (GORILA II: 4) HT Wa Scribe 50 DA-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1004 (HMs 445.3) (GORILA II: 4) HT Wa Scribe 50 DA-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1005 (HMs 445.4) (GORILA II: 4) HT Wa Scribe 51 DA-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1006 (HMs 444.1) (GORILA II: 4) HT Wa Scribe 52 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1007 (HMs 444.2) (GORILA II: 5) I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1008 (HMs 444.3) (GORILA II: 5) HT Wa Scribe 53 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1009 (HMs 444.4) (GORILA II: 5) HT Wa Scribe 53 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1010 (HMs 444.5) (GORILA II: 5) HT Wa Scribe 53 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1011 (HMs 444.6) (GORILA II: 5) HT Wa Scribe 52 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1012 (HMs 444.7) (GORILA II: 5) HT Wa Scribe 52 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1013 (HMs 486.3) (GORILA II: 5) HT Wa Scribe 53 I-RA2 b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1014 (Pigorini 71954) (GORILA II: 6 "Pigorini 5") HT Wa Scribe 54 SI-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1015 (HMs 446.1) (GORILA II: 6) HT Wa Scribe 54 SI-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1016 (HMs 446.2) (GORILA II: 6) SI-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1017 (HMs 446.3) (GORILA II: 6) HT Wa Scribe 51? SI-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1018 (HMs 557.1) (GORILA II: 6) HT Wa Scribe 54 SI-KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT We 1019 (HMs 570.1) (GORILA II: 7) a: PA-TA-NE g: SI-TU b: seal impression: AT 93 (= CMS II, 6 no. 122: 3? waterbirds)

HT We 1020 (HMs 575.1) (GORILA II: 7) a: *304+PA {*629} KU-PA b: E supra sigillum: AT 37 (= CMS II, 6 no. 80: dog right) g: JE-TA-NA
Valério: a. probably *304+PA {*629} (HT 100.1, We 3016, Wc 3017, We 3020 etc.) and KU-PA (transaction term?)

HT We 1021 (HMs 1347) (GORILA II: 7) a: *188-DU • b: J E supra sigillum: AT 107 (= CMS II, 6 no. 98: Tawerat right) g: SI+SE {*529} RA+KA {*541}

HT Wa <1021bis> (HMs ?) (GORILA II: 7 [drawing]) *304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624} 3 seal impressions: AT 20, 47, 112 (= CMS II, 6 nos. -, - 21: archer left)

HT Wa 1022 (HMs 447.1) (GORILA II: 8) HT Wa Scribe 55 I+*301 {*520} b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT We 1023 (HMs 569.1) (GORILA II: 8) HT Wa Scribe 56 b: E supra sigillum: AT 93 (= CMS II, 6 no. 122: 3 waterbirds?)

HT We 1024 (HMs 610.1) (GORILA II: 8) b: E supra sigillum: AT 156 (not in CMS II, 6), but probably CMS II 6.110

HT Wa 1025 (HMs 435.118) (GORILA II: 9) HT Wa Scribe 57 a+g: J *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1026 (HMs 474.14) (GORILA II: 9) a+g: E *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1027 (HMs 465.24) (GORILA II: 9) a+g: SI-KA or KA-SI b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1028 (HMs 465.29) (GORILA II: 9) a+g: SI-KA or KA-SI b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1029 (HMs 470.16) (GORILA II: 9) a+g: *301-*301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1030 (HMs Ab) (GORILA II: 9) HT Wa Scribe 58

a+g: *301-*301

HT Wa 1031 (HMs 1715 [Bf]) (GORILA II: 10) DA

HT Wa 1032-1033 (HMs 441.1-2) (GORILA II: 10) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1034 (HMs 441.3) (GORILA II: 10) HT Wa Scribe 34 RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1035-1040 (HMs 441.4-9) (GORILA II: 10) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1041 (HMs 441.1-10) (GORILA II: 10) HT Wa Scribe 60 RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1042-1043 (HMs 441.11-12) (GORILA II: 10) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1044 (HMs 441.13) (GORILA II: 11) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1045 (HMs 441.14) (GORILA II: 11) HT Wa Scribe 59 RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1046 (HMs 441.15) (GORILA II: 11) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1047 (HMs 441.16) (GORILA II: 11) HT Wa Scribe 61 RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1048 (HMs 441.17) (GORILA II: 11) HT Wa Scribe 62 RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1049 (HMs 441.18) (GORILA II: 11) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1050-1053 (HMs 441.19-22) (GORILA II: 11) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1054 (HMs 441.23) (GORILA II: 11) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1055-1058 (HMs 441.24-27) (GORILA II: 11) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1059 (HMs 441.28: bird-woman) (GORILA II: 12) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1060 (HMs 442.49) (GORILA II: 12) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1061 (HMs 442.58) (GORILA II: 12) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1062 (HMs 443.107) (GORILA II: 12) RO b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1063-1069 (HMs 454.1-7) (GORILA II: 12) RO face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1070-1072 (HMs 454.8-10) (GORILA II: 12)

RO face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1073 (HMs 454.11) (GORILA II: 12) RO face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1074-1078 (HMs 454.12-454.16) (GORILA II: 13) RO face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 105: displayed wings-tail [Zakros Master])

HT Wa 1079-1085 (HMs 454.22-454.28: bird-woman) (GORILA II: 13) RO b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 105: displayed wings-tail [Zakros Master])

HT Wa 1086 (Florence 2) (GORILA II: 13) RO b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1087-1088 (HMs 457.1-2) (GORILA II: 13) RO b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1089-1093 (HMs 457.3-7) (GORILA II: 14) RO b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1094 (Florence 7) (GORILA II: 14) RO b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1095-1103 (HMs 466.1-9) (GORILA II: 14) RO b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1104-1106 (HMs 466.10-12) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1107 (HMs 467.12) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1108 (Pigorini 69612) (GORILA II: 15 "Pigorini 20") RO face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 140: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1109 (HMs 486.1) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1110 (Pigorini 72460) (GORILA II: 15 "Pigorini 23") RO b: seal impression: AT 6 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1111-1112 (HMs 494.1-2) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1113 (HMs 531.1) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 36 (= CMS II, 6 no. 83: lion stands left, regardant)

HT Wa 1114 (HMs 535.1) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)

HT Wa 1115 (HMs 559.1) (GORILA II: 15) RO face: seal impression: AT 65 (= CMS II, 6 no. 63: agrimi runs left)

HT Wa 1116 (HMs 603.1) (GORILA II: 15) RO b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)

HT Wa 1117 (HMs 1660 [T31.1]) (GORILA II: 15) RO face: seal impression: AT 76 (= CMS II, 6 no. 68: bull runs right, head up)

HT Wa 1118 (HMs 1668 [T76.1]) (GORILA II: 15) RO face: seal impression: AT 76 (= CMS II, 6 no. 68: bull runs right, head up)

HT Wa 1119 (HMs Ae) (GORILA II: 16) RO

HT Wa 1120 (HMs Af) (GORILA II: 16) RO

HT Wa 1121 (HMs Ag) (GORILA II: 16) RO

HT Wa 1122 (HMs 440.1) (GORILA II:16) HT Wa Scribe 55 TE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1123 (HMs 440.2) (GORILA II:16) HT Wa Scribe 56 TE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1124 (HMs 440.3) (GORILA II:16) TE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1125 (Florence 1 ) (GORILA II:16) HT Wa Scribe 57 TE b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1126-1129 (HMs 458.1-4) (GORILA II:16) TE b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1130 (HMs 479.1) (GORILA II:16) HT Wa Scribe 58 TE face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1131 (HMs 479.2) (GORILA II:17) TE face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1132-1133 (HMs 479.4-5) (GORILA II:17) TE b: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1134 (HMs 479.6) (GORILA II:17) HT Wa Scribe 59 TE

b: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1135-1137 (HMs 479.6-8) (GORILA II:17) TE b: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1138 (HMs 513.1) (GORILA II:17) TE b: seal impression: AT 18 (= CMS II, 6 no. 113: bird flies left)

HT Wa 1139 (HMs 514.1) (GORILA II:17) TE b: seal impression: AT 18 (= CMS II, 6 no. 113: bird flies left)

HT Wa 1140 (HMs 518.1) (GORILA II:17) TE face: seal impression: AT 83 (= CMS II, 6 no. 86: lion stands left, regardant)

HT Wa 1141 (HMs 522.1) (GORILA II:17) HT Wa Scribe 60 TE b: seal impression: AT 139 (= CMS II, 6 no. 6: woman at shrine; small female above)

HT Wa 1142 (HMs 578.1) (GORILA II:17) TE face: seal impression: AT 121 (= CMS II, 6 no. 27: woman)

HT Wa 1143 (HMs 1663 [T64.1]) (GORILA II:17) TE b: seal impression: AT 64 (= CMS II, 6 no. 64: bull runs left)

HT Wa 1144 (HMs 1653 [T115.1]) (GORILA II:17) TE b: seal impression: AT 115 (= CMS II, 6 no. 16: duel)

HT Wa 1145 (HMs 1661 [T130.1]) (GORILA II:17) HT Wa Scribe 59 TE b: seal impression: AT 130 (= CMS II, 6 no. 32: boar head in front of seated woman)

HT Wa 1146 (HMs Ar) (GORILA II: 17) TE b: seal impression (Hallager): AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins addorsed; CMS, however, does not list this sealing)

HT Wa 1147 (HMs 492.1) (GORILA II: 18) HT Wa Scribe 61 A b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 142: Talismanic "fly")

HT Wa 1148 (HMs 588.1) (GORILA II: 18) HT Wa Scribe 62 A b: seal impression: AT 88 (= CMS II, 6 no. 54: bull right, head lowered between the forelegs en face)

HT Wa 1149 (HMs Aq) (GORILA II: 18) A

HT Wa 1150 (Pigorini 71950) (GORILA II: 18 "Pigorini 19") HT Wa Scribe 63 I b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1151-1153 (HMs 443.87-90) (GORILA II: 18) HT Wa Scribe 63 I b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1154 (HMs 443.90) (GORILA II: 18) HT Wa Scribe 64 I b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1155 (HMs 443.91) (GORILA II: 18) HT Wa Scribe 63 I b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1156-1169 (HMs 443.92) (GORILA II: 19) HT Wa Scribe 63 I b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1170 (HMs 467.1) (GORILA II: 19) HT Wa Scribe 65 I b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1171-1172 (HMs 467.2-3) (GORILA II: 20) HT Wa Scribe 65

I b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1173 (HMs 529.2) (GORILA II: 20) HT Wa Scribe 66 I b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)

HT Wa 1174 (HMs 574.1) (GORILA II: 20) HT Wa Scribe 67 I b: seal impression: AT 53 (= CMS II, 6 no. 38: bull runs left, head up, "pica" in back)

HT Wa 1175 (HMs 442.59) (GORILA II: 20) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1176 (Pigorini 71950) (GORILA II: 20 "Pigorini 16") HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1177-1180 (HMs 443.1-4) (GORILA II: 20) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1181-1191 (HMs 443.5-15) (GORILA II: 21) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1192 (HMs 443.16) (GORILA II: 21) SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt &man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1193-1195 (HMs 443.17-19) (GORILA II: 21) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1196-1210 (HMs 443.20-34) (GORILA II: 22) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1211-1215 (HMs 443.35-39) (GORILA II: 23) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1216 (HMs 443.40) (GORILA II: 23) SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1217-1218 (HMs 443.41-42) (GORILA II: 23) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1219 (HMs 443.43) (GORILA II: 23) SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1220-1223 (HMs 443.44-47) (GORILA II: 23) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1224 (HMs 452.28) (GORILA II: 23) SI face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1225 (HMs 452.29) (GORILA II: 23) HT Wa Scribe 68 SI face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1226-1231 (HMs 452.30-35) (GORILA II: 23) SI face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffinstête-bêche)

HT Wa 1232-1235 (HMs 452.36-39) (GORILA II: 24) SI b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1236-1237 (HMs 453.26-27) (GORILA II: 24) SI

HT Wa 1238 (HMs 454.17) (GORILA II: 24) SI face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1239-1240 (HMs 455.1-2) (GORILA II: 24) HT Wa Scribe 69 SI b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1241-1250 (HMs 455.3-12) (GORILA II: 25) HT Wa Scribe 69 SI b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1251 (HMs 465.30) (GORILA II: 25) SI b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1252-1253 (HMs 467.4-5) (GORILA II: 25) SI b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1254-1255 (HMs 475.1-2) (GORILA II: 25) HT Wa Scribe 70 SI face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right2)

HT Wa 1256-1257 (HMs 475.3-4) (GORILA II: 26) HT Wa Scribe 70 SI face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1258 (HMs 475.5) (GORILA II: 26) SI face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1259 (HMs 486.4) (GORILA II: 26) SI b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1260 (HMs 543.1) (GORILA II: 26) SI b: seal impression: AT 63 (= CMS II, 6 no. 45: bull walks left)

HT Wa 1261 (HMs 1684) (GORILA II: 26) SI b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1262-1264 (HMs Ak-Am) (GORILA II: 26) SI

HT Wa 1265-1266 (HMs 1711, 1716 [Bd-e]) (GORILA II: 26) SI

HT Wa 1267 (HMs 443.106) (GORILA II: 27) HT Wa Scribe 71 TA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1268 (HMs 448.1) (GORILA II: 27) HT Wa Scribe 71 TA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1269 (HMs 448.2) (GORILA II: 27) TA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1270 (HMs 448.3) (GORILA II: 27) HT Wa Scribe 72 TA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1271-1277 (HMs 448.4-10) (GORILA II: 27) HT Wa Scribe 71 TA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1278 (HMs 520.1) (GORILA II: 27) HT Wa Scribe 73 TA b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)

HT Wa 1279 (Florence 8) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 74 O b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)

HT Wa 1280 (HMs 582.1) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 75

O b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)

HT Wa 1281 (HMs 582.2) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 74 O b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)

HT Wa 1282 (HMs 435.120) (GORILA II: 28) ZE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1283 (Pigorini 71977) (GORILA II: 28 "Pigorini 4") ZE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1284-1290 (HMs 436.1-7) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 76 ZE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1291 (HMs 436.8) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 79 ZE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1292 (HMs 437.1) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 79 ZE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1293 (HMs 438.1) (GORILA II: 28) HT Wa Scribe 78 ZE b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1294 (Pigorini 71953) (GORILA II: 29 "Pigorini 1") HT Wa Scribe 80 ZE b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1295 (HMs 450.1) (GORILA II: 29) HT Wa Scribe 81 ZE b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1296 (HMs 450.2) (GORILA II: 29) HT Wa Scribe 80 ZE b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1297-1298 (HMs 450.3-4) (GORILA II: 29) HT Wa Scribe 81 ZE b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1299 (HMs 450.5) (GORILA II: 29) ZE b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1300 (HMs 451.1) (GORILA II: 29) ZE b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1301 (Pigorini 71972) (GORILA II: 29 "Pigorini 3") ZE b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1302-1303 (HMs 464.20-21) (GORILA II: 29) HT Wa Scribe 82 ZE b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1304 (HMs 464.22) (GORILA II: 29) ZE b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1305 (HMs 468.1) (GORILA II: 29) ZE b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1306 (HMs 471.1) (GORILA II: 29) ZE b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1307 (HMs 471.2) (GORILA II: 29) HT Wa Scribe 83 ZE b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1308 (HMs 471.3) (GORILA II: 29) HT Wa Scribe 76 ZE b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1309 (HMs 471.1) (GORILA II: 30) HT Wa Scribe 83 ZE b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1310 (HMs 472.1) (GORILA II: 30) HT Wa Scribe 77 ZE b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1311-1312 (HMs 473.1-2) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1313 (HMs 474.24) (GORILA II: 30) HT Wa Scribe 77 ZE b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish

HT Wa 1314 (HMs 474.25) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish

HT Wa 1315 (HMs 491.1) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 103 (= CMS II, 6 no. 107: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1316 (HMs 505.1) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)

HT Wa 1317 (HMs 509.1) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 73 (= CMS II, 6 no. 60: Cut-style: caprid left, spear in back)

HT Wa 1318 (HMs 536.1) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 119 (= CMS II, 6 no. 23: woman right)

HT Wa 1319 (HMs 540.1) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 68 (= CMS II, 6 no. 67: stag runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1320 (HMs 609.1) (GORILA II: 30) ZE b: seal impression: AT 119 (= CMS II, 6 no. 23: woman right)

HT Wa 1321 (HMs Bh) (GORILA II: 30) ZE

HT Wa 1322 (Florence 9) (GORILA II: 31) KA b: seal impression: AT 147 (= CMS II, 6 no. 66: caprid/dog left, regardant)

HT Wa 1323 (Florence 5) (GORILA II: 31) KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1324-1336 (HMs 442.1-13) (GORILA II: 31) KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1337-1351 (HMs 442.14-28) (GORILA II: 32) KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1352-1366 (HMs 442.29-43) (GORILA II: 33) KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1367-1371 (HMs 442.44-48) (GORILA II: 34) KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1372-1379 (HMs 442.50-57) (GORILA II: 34) KA b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1380 (HMs 452.40) (GORILA II: 34) KA face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1381 (HMs 453.1) (GORILA II: 34) KA face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1382-1396 (HMs 453.2-16) (GORILA II: 35) KA face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1397-1399 (HMs 453.17-19) (GORILA II: 36) KA face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1400-1405 (HMs 453.20-25) (GORILA II: 36) KA b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1406 (HMs 454.19) (GORILA II: 36) KA face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1407 (Pigorini 71963) (GORILA II: 36 "Pigorini 1") KA b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1408 (Pigorini 71962) (GORILA II: 36 "Pigorini 10") KA b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1409-1411 (HMs 456.1-3) (GORILA II: 36) KA b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1412-1417 (HMs 456.4-9) (GORILA II: 37) KA b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1418-1420 (HMs 460.1-3) (GORILA II: 37) KA face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1421 (HMs 460.4) (GORILA II: 37) KA b: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1422 (HMs 463.1) (GORILA II: 37) KA b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1423-1426 (HMs 465.1-4) (GORILA II: 37) KA b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1427-1441 (HMs 465.5-19) (GORILA II: 38) KA b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1442-1445 (HMs 465.20-23) (GORILA II: 39) KA b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1446-1449 (HMs 465.25-28) (GORILA II: 39) KA b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1450 (HMs 472.1) (GORILA II: 39) KA face: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1451 (HMs 472.2) (GORILA II: 39) KA b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1452-1455 (HMs 476.1-4) (GORILA II: 39) KA face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right2)

HT Wa 1456 (HMs 481.1) (GORILA II: 39) KA face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1457-1458 (HMs 481.2-3) (GORILA II: 40) KA face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)

HT Wa 1459-1461 (HMs 482.1-3) (GORILA II: 40) KA

face: seal impression: AT 78 (= CMS II, 6 no. 50: "Netted Bull": bull right, head down averted, "pica" in skull)

HT Wa 1462 (HMs 489.2) (GORILA II: 40) KA b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1463 (HMs 524.1) (GORILA II: 40) KA b: seal impression: AT 5 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right5)

HT Wa 1464 (HMs 529.1) (GORILA II: 40) KA b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)

HT Wa 1465 (HMs 562.1) (GORILA II: 40) KA face: seal impression: AT 65 (= CMS II, 6 no. 63: agrimi runs left)

HT Wa 1466 (HMs 593.1) (GORILA II: 40) KA face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1467-1469 (HMs An-Ap) (GORILA II: 40) KA

HT Wa 1470 (HMs 1714 [Bi]) (GORILA II: 40) KA

HT Wa 1471 (Florence 6) (GORILA II: 41) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1472 (Pigorini 71951) (GORILA II: 41 "Pigorini 13") HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1473-1480 (HMs 443.48-55) (GORILA II: 41) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1481-1482 (HMs 443.56-57) (GORILA II: 41) HT Wa Scribe 85 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1483-1485 (HMs 443.58-60) (GORILA II: 41) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1486-1500 (HMs 443.61-75) (GORILA II: 42) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1501-1510 (HMs 443.76-85) (GORILA II: 43) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1511 (HMs 443.86) (GORILA II: 43) KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1512 (Pigorini 71967) (GORILA II: 43 "Pigorini 9") HT Wa Scribe 86 KU b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1513-1515 (HMs 452.1-3) (GORILA II: 43) HT Wa Scribe 87 KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1516-1525 (HMs 452.4-13) (GORILA II: 44) HT Wa Scribe 87 KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1526-1527 (HMs 452.14-15) (GORILA II: 44) HT Wa Scribe 88 KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1528 (HMs 452.16) (GORILA II: 44) HT Wa Scribe 87 KU

face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffinstête-bêche)

HT Wa 1529 (HMs 452.17) (GORILA II: 44) KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1530 (HMs 452.18) (GORILA II: 44) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1531 (HMs 452.19) (GORILA II: 45) KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1532 (HMs 452.20) (GORILA II: 45) HT Wa Scribe 88? KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1533-1537 (HMs 452.21-25) (GORILA II: 45) HT Wa Scribe 85 KU b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1538-1539 (HMs 452.26-27) (GORILA II: 45) KU b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1540 (HMs 452.41) (GORILA II: 45) HT Wa Scribe 87 KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1541 (HMs 454.20) (GORILA II: 45) KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1542 (Pigorini 71961) (GORILA II: 45 "Pigorini 22") HT Wa Scribe 87 KU b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1543-1545 (HMs 455.13-15) (GORILA II: 45) HT Wa Scribe 84

KU b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1546 (HMs 455.16) (GORILA II: 46) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)

HT Wa 1547 (Pigorini 71976) (GORILA II: 46 "Pigorini 17") HT Wa Scribe 89 KU face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1548-1555 (HMs 459.1-8) (GORILA II: 46) HT Wa Scribe 89 KU face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1556 (HMs 459.9) (GORILA II: 46) KU face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1557 (Florence 8) (GORILA II: 46) HT Wa Scribe 90 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1558 (Florence 4) (GORILA II: 46) HT Wa Scribe 90 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1559 (Pigorini 71964) (GORILA II: 46 "Pigorini 2") HT Wa Scribe 86 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1560 (Pigorini 71966) (GORILA II: 46 "Pigorini 18") HT Wa Scribe 86 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1561 (Pigorini 71965) (GORILA II: 47 "Pigorini 21") HT Wa Scribe 90 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1562-1565 (HMs 461.1-4) (GORILA II: 48) HT Wa Scribe 90 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1566 (HMs 461.5) (GORILA II: 48) KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1567-1575 (HMs 461.6-14) (GORILA II: 48) HT Wa Scribe 90 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt &man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1576-1578 (HMs 461.15-17) (GORILA II: 48) HT Wa Scribe 90 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1579-1580 (HMs 461.16-17) (GORILA II: 48) HT Wa Scribe 91 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1581 (HMs 461.18) (GORILA II: 48) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1582 (HMs 461.19) (GORILA II: 48) HT Wa Scribe 91 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt &man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1583-1585 (HMs 461.20-24) (GORILA II: 48) KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1586-1590 (HMs 462.1-5) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 92 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1591 (HMs 462.6) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 92

KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1592 (HMs 463.2) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 93 KU face: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1593 (Pigorini 71973) (GORILA II: 49 "Pigorini 6") HT Wa Scribe 93 KU b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1594-1595 (HMs 467.6-7) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 93 KU b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1596-1599 (HMs 467.7-11) (GORILA II: 49) KU b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1600 (HMs 469.1) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 94 KU b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1601-1604 (HMs 475.6-9) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 89 KU face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1605 (HMs 486.2) (GORILA II: 49) HT Wa Scribe 93 KU b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1606 (HMs 489.1) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1607 (HMs 495.1) (GORILA II: 50) KU face: seal impression: AT 27 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1608 (HMs 496.1) (GORILA II: 50) HT Wa Scribe 93 KU face: seal impression: AT 27 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1609 (HMs 515.2) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 63 (= CMS II, 6 no. 45: bull walks left)

HT Wa 1610 (HMs 527.1) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)

HT Wa 1611 (HMs 528.1) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)

HT Wa 1612 (HMs 538.1) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1613 (HMs 541.1) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 66 (= CMS II, 6 no. 53: bull left, regardant)

HT Wa 1614 (HMs 579.1) (GORILA II: 50) HT Wa Scribe 96 KU b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1615 (HMs 594.2) (GORILA II: 50) HT Wa Scribe 89 KU face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)

HT Wa 1616 (HMs 601.1) (GORILA II: 50) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)

HT Wa 1617 (HMs 1673 [T108.1]) (GORILA II: 50) KU b: seal impression: AT 108 (= CMS II, 6 no. 39: bull-leaping right)

HT Wa 1618 (HMs Ah) (GORILA II: 50) HT Wa Scribe 84 KU

HT Wa 1619-1620 (HMs Ai-Aj) (GORILA II: 50) KU

HT Wa 1621 (HMs 1709 [Bg]) (GORILA II: 51) KU face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1622 (HMs Bj) (GORILA II: 51) KU

HT Wa 1623 (Pigorini 71978) (GORILA II: 51 "Pigorini 8") HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 38 (= CMS II, 6 no. 84: lioness left, regardant)

HT Wa 1624-1629 (HMs 435.1-6) (GORILA II: 51) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1630 (HMs 435.7) (GORILA II: 51) HT Wa Scribe 97 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1631 (HMs 435.8) (GORILA II: 51) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1632-1633 (HMs 435.9-10) (GORILA II: 51) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1634 (HMs 435.11) (GORILA II: 51) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1635-1636 (HMs 435.12-13) (GORILA II: 52) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301

b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1637-1639 (HMs 435.12-16) (GORILA II: 52) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1640 (HMs 435.17) (GORILA II: 52) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1641-1642 (HMs 435.18-19) (GORILA II: 52) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1643-1649 (HMs 435.20-26) (GORILA II: 52) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1650-1651 (HMs 435.27-28) (GORILA II: 53) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1652 (HMs 435.29) (GORILA II: 53) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1653 (HMs 435.30) (GORILA II: 53) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1654 (HMs 435.31) (GORILA II: 53) HT Wa Scribe 97 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1655-1657 (HMs 435.32-34) (GORILA II: 53) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1658 (HMs 435.35) (GORILA II: 53) HT Wa Scribe 101

*301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1659-1660 (HMs 435.36-37) (GORILA II: 53) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1661-1662 (HMs 435.38-39) (GORILA II: 53) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1663 (HMs 435.40) (GORILA II: 53) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1664 (HMs 435.41) (GORILA II: 53) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1665 (HMs 435.42) (GORILA II: 54) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1666-1667 (HMs 435.43-44) (GORILA II: 54) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1668 (HMs 435.45) (GORILA II: 54) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1669-1670 (HMs 435.44-47) (GORILA II: 54) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1671 (HMs 435.46) (GORILA II: 54) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1672-1676 (HMs 435.47-53) (GORILA II: 54) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1677 (HMs 435.54) (GORILA II: 54) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1678 (HMs 435.55) (GORILA II: 54) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1679 (HMs 435.56) (GORILA II: 54) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1680-1686 (HMs 435.57-63) (GORILA II: 55) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1687-1690 (HMs 435.64-67) (GORILA II: 55) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1691-1694 (HMs 435.68-71) (GORILA II: 55) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1695-1696 (HMs 435.72-73) (GORILA II: 56) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1697 (HMs 435.74) (GORILA II: 56) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1698 (HMs 435.75) (GORILA II: 56) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1699-1707 (HMs 435.76-84) (GORILA II: 56) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1708 (HMs 435.85) (GORILA II: 56) HT Wa Scribe 100? *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)

HT Wa 1709 (HMs 435.86) (GORILA II: 56) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1710 (GORILA II: 57 ["HM 435.87"]) HT Wa Scribe 99 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1711 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.88]) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1712 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.89]) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1713-1718(GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.90-95]) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1719-1720 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.96-97]) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1721-1722 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.98-99]) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1723 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.100]) HT Wa Scribe 101

*301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1724 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.101]) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1725-1739 (HMs 435.102-116) (GORILA II: 58) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1740 (HMs 435.117) (GORILA II: 59) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1741 (HMs 435.121) (GORILA II: 59) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1742 (HMs 435.122) (GORILA II: 59) HT Wa Scribe 103 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1743 (HMs 439) (GORILA II: 59) HT Wa Scribe 103 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1744 (Pigorini 71955) (GORILA II: 59 "Pigorini 15") HT Wa Scribe 98 *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1745-1748 (HMs 449.1-4) (GORILA II: 59) HT Wa Scribe 98 *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1749 (HMs 449.5) (GORILA II: 59) *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1750 (HMs 449.6) (GORILA II: 59) HT Wa Scribe 97? *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1751 (HMs 449.7) (GORILA II: 59) HT Wa Scribe 105 *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1752-1754 (HMs 449.8-10) (GORILA II: 59) HT Wa Scribe 98 *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1755 (HMs 449.11) (GORILA II: 60) HT Wa Scribe 98 *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1756 (HMs 449.12) (GORILA II: 60) HT Wa Scribe 98? *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1757 (HMs 449.13) (GORILA II: 60) HT Wa Scribe 98 *301 b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1758 (HMs 454.18) (GORILA II: 60) *301 face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1759 (Pigorini 71971) (GORILA II: 60 "Pigorini 7") *301 b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1760-1761 (HMs 464.1-2) (GORILA II: 60) HT Wa Scribe 104 *301 b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1762 (HMs 464.3) (GORILA II: 60) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301

b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1763-1769 (HMs 464.4-10) (GORILA II: 60) HT Wa Scribe 104 *301 b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1770-1773 (HMs 464.11-14) (GORILA II: 61) HT Wa Scribe 104 *301 b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1774-1776 (HMs 464.15-17) (GORILA II: 61) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1777-1778 (HMs 464.18-19) (GORILA II: 61) *301 b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)

HT Wa 1779 (Pigorini 71974) (GORILA II: 61 "Pigorini 14") HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1780-1781 (HMs 470.1-2) (GORILA II: 61) HT Wa Scribe 100? *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1782-1784 (HMs 470.3-5) (GORILA II: 61) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1785-1789 (HMs 470.6-10) (GORILA II: 62) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1790 (HMs 470.11) (GORILA II: 62) *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1791 (HMs 470.12) (GORILA II: 62) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left,regardant)

HT Wa 1792 (HMs 470.13) (GORILA II: 62) *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left,regardant)

HT Wa 1793 (HMs 470.14) (GORILA II: 62) HT Wa Scribe 105 *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1794 (HMs 470.15) (GORILA II: 62) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)

HT Wa 1795-1796 (HMs 474.1-2) (GORILA II: 62) *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1797-1798 (HMs 474.3-4) (GORILA II: 62) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1799 (HMs 474.5) (GORILA II: 62) *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1800 (HMs 474.6) (GORILA II: 63) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1801 (HMs 474.7) (GORILA II: 63) *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1802-1804 (HMs 474.8-10) (GORILA II: 63) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1805-1809 (HMs 474.9-13) (GORILA II: 63) *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1810 (HMs 474.14) (GORILA II: 63) HT Wa Scribe 104 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1811-1812 (HMs 474.15-16) (GORILA II: 63) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1813 (HMs 474.17) (GORILA II: 63) *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1814 (HMs 474.21) (GORILA II: 63) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1815 (HMs 474.22) (GORILA II: 64) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1816 (HMs 474.23) (GORILA II: 64) *301 b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)

HT Wa 1817-1818 (HMs 477.1-2) (GORILA II: 64) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression: AT 38 (= CMS II, 6 no. 84: lioness left, regardant)

HT Wa 1819-1820 (HMs 477.3-4) (GORILA II: 64) *301 b: seal impression: AT 38 (= CMS II, 6 no. 84: lioness left, regardant)

HT Wa 1821-1822 (HMs 487.1-2) (GORILA II: 64) *301 b: seal impression: AT 136 (= CMS II, 6 no. 3: woman salutes before shrine?)

HT Wa 1823 (HMs 487.3) (GORILA II: 64) HT Wa Scribe 97 *301 b: seal impression: AT 136 (= CMS II, 6 no. 3: woman salutes before shrine?)

HT Wa 1824-1825 (HMs 488.1-2) (GORILA II: 64) *301 b: seal impression: AT 102 (= CMS II, 6 no. 106: bird-woman sits on bench)

HT Wa 1826 (HMs 490.1) (GORILA II: 64) *301 b: seal impression: AT 103 (= CMS II, 6 no. 107: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1827-1829 (HMs 493.1-3) (GORILA II: 64) *301 b: seal impression: AT 17 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left2)

HT Wa 1830 (Pigorini 71979) (GORILA II: 65 "Pigorini 12") HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)

HT Wa 1831-1832 (HMs 506.1-2) (GORILA II: 65) *301 b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)

HT Wa 1833 (HMs 510.1) (GORILA II: 65) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 73 (= CMS II, 6 no. 60: Cut-style: caprid left, spear in back)

HT Wa 1834 (HMs 517.1) (GORILA II: 65) HT Wa Scribe 99 *301 b: seal impression: AT 81 (= CMS II, 6 no. 75: dog right, head under chest)

HT Wa 1835 (HMs 532.1) (GORILA II: 65) *301 b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)

HT Wa 1836 (HMs 533.1) (GORILA II: 65) *301 b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)

HT Wa 1837-1839 (HMs 542.1-3) (GORILA II: 65) HT Wa Scribe 104 *301 b: seal impression: AT 17 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1840 (HMs 551.1) (GORILA II: 65) HT Wa Scribe 104 *301 b: seal impression: AT 3 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1841-1842 (HMs 551.2-3) (GORILA II: 65) HT Wa Scribe 106 *301 b: seal impression: AT 3 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1843 (HMs 551.4) (GORILA II: 65) *301 b: seal impression: AT 3 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)

HT Wa 1844 (HMs Aa) (GORILA II: 65) HT Wa Scribe 100 *301 b: seal impression (Hallager): AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right; CMS, however, does not list this sealing)

HT Wa 1845+1733 q.v. (HMs Ac + HMs 435.110) (GORILA II: 58, V: 14) HT Wa Scribe 101 *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right; CMS does not list sealing Ac)

HT Wa 1846 (HMs 1713 [Ba]) (GORILA II: 66) *301 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: cult scene [large woman flanked by 2 small females, shrine with tree])

HT Wa 1847 (HMs Bb) (GORILA II: 66) *301

HT Wa 1848 (HMs Bc) (GORILA II: 66) *301 b: seal impression (Hallager): AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right; CMS, however, does not list this sealing)

HT Wa 1849 (HMs 435.123) (GORILA II:66) *365 b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)

HT Wa 1850 (HMs 467.13) (GORILA II: 66) *366 b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1851 (HMs 515.1) (GORILA II: 66) *367 b: seal impression: AT 63 (= CMS II, 6 no. 45: bull walks left)

HT Wa 1852 (HMs 571.1) (GORILA II: 66) *368 b: two seal impressions: AT 82 (= CMS II, 6 no. 76: scratching dog right)

HT Wa 1853 (HMs 589.1) (GORILA II: 66) *369 b: seal impression: AT 102 (= CMS II, 6 no. 106: bird-woman sits on bench)

HT Wa 1854 (HMs 604.1) (GORILA II: 66) *370 b: seal impression: AT 119 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left7)

HT Wa 1855 (HMs 451.2) (GORILA II: 67) Illegible b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)

HT Wa 1856-1858 (HMs 454.29-31) (GORILA II: 67) Illegible b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)

HT Wa 1859 (HMs 467.14) (GORILA II: 67) Illegible b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)

HT Wa 1860 (HMs 474.26) (GORILA II: 67) Illegible b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish

HT Wa 1861 (HMs 602.1) (GORILA II: 67) Illegible b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)

HT Wb 2001 (HMs 1677 [T129.1]) (GORILA II: 70) RO b: seal impression: AT 129 (= CMS II, 6 no. 31: woman, agrimi in back, both left)

HT Wb 2002 (HMs Ad) (GORILA II: 70) RO b: seal impression: AT ?

HT Wc 3001 (HMpin 79) (GORILA II: 72; Roundel 2: 13) HT Wa Scribe 107 statement .a: PA-SE-JA logogram .b: J no. of impressions 3 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3002 (HMpin 80) (GORILA II: 72; Roundel 2: 14) HT Wa Scribe 107 statement .a: PA-SE-JA logogram no. of impressions 2 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3003 (HMpin 77) (GORILA II: 72; Roundel 2: 15) statement logogram no. of impressions CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

.a: KA-RE-RO

3

HT Wc 3004 (HMpin 64) (GORILA II: 73; Roundel 2: 16) HT Wc Scribe 108 statement .a: TA-NI-KA logogram .b: SE no. of impressions 4 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3005 (HMpin 75) (GORILA II: 73; Roundel 2: 17) HT Wc Scribe 108 statement a: TA-NI-KA logogram b: SE no. of impressions 2 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3006 (HMp 66) (GORILA II: 73; Roundel 2: 18: tempered with more & rougher sand grains than were the other roundels; cf. HT Wc 3008) statement a: WA-O-MI logogram b: RA-PU3-RA no. of impressions 2 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3007 (HMpin 76) (GORILA II: 74; Roundel 2: 19) HT Wc Scribe 109 statement a: WA-DI-NI logogram no. of impressions 2 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3008 (HMpin 63) (GORILA II: 74; Roundel 2: 20: tempered with more & rougher sand grains than were the other roundels; cf. HT Wc 3006) HT Wc Scribe 109 statement a: WA-DI-NI logogram b: RU-JA-TA-DI no. of impressions 3 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3009 (HMpin 67) (GORILA II: 74; Roundel 2: 21) HT Wc Scribe 109? statement a: *333-DI-SU-KA logogram b: *188 no. of impressions 4 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3010 (HMpin 72) (GORILA II: 75; Roundel 2: 22) HT Wc Scribe 109? statement a: *333-DI-NA-SU-KA logogram no. of impressions 4 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3011 (HMpin 74) (GORILA II: 75; Roundel 2: 23) HT Wc Scribe 110 statement a: ZU-DI-RA logogram no. of impressions 2 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3012 (HMpin 70) (GORILA II: 75; Roundel 2: 24) HT Wc Scribe 110 statement a: ZU-DI-RA statement b: RE-RO no. of impressions 2 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

HT Wc 3013 (HMpin 71) (GORILA II: 76; Roundel 2: 25) statement logogram *188 no. ofimpressions 1 CMS II, 6 148 [AT 50]: quadruped right

HT Wc 3014 (HMpin 65) (GORILA II: 76; Roundel 2: 26) statement a-b: KU-MI-NA-QE logogram b: • CAP no. of impressions 3 CMS II, 6 77 [AT 84]: 2 dogs play, têtebêche

HT Wc 3015 (HMpin 78) (GORILA II: 76; Roundel 2: 27) statement a: KA-KU-PA
a. GORILA V:286 suggests also an erased *303+D {*624}

logogram b: *303

no. of impressions 3

CMS II, 6 11 [AT 125]: man in kilt & man in robe walk left

HT Wc 3016 (HMpin 68) (GORILA II: 77; Roundel 2: 28: bird-woman) HT Wc Scribe 111 statement logogram no. of impressions CMS II, 6 21 [AT 112]: archer

a: KA-KU-PA

b: *304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624} 2

HT Wc 3017 (HMpin 69) (GORILA II: 77; Roundel 2: 29) statement a: QA-KU-RE • DI-*306 • logogram no. of impressions CMS II, 6 21 [AT 112]: archer

b: *304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624} 5

HT Wc <3018> (HMpin ?) (GORILA II: 77; Roundel 2: 30) statement a: KA logogram b: *303+D {*624} no. of impressions 3 CMS II, 6 33 [AT 132]: woman rides Babylonian Dragon right

HT Wc 3019 (HMpin 73) (GORILA II: 78; Roundel 2: 31) statement logogram TELA3 no. of impressions 3 E sup. sig. CMS II, 6 33 [AT 132]: woman sits on "Babylonian Dragon" right

HT We/Wc 3020 (HMpin 1348) (GORILA II: 78 "Wc 3020 roundel"; Roundel 2: 31 "We 3020 nodulus"' CMS "nodulus") HT Wc Scribe 111 statement a: *188-DU logogram b: *304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624} no. of impressions 1 CMS II, 6 no. 115: alerion [AT 15]

HT Wg 3021 (HMs Bk) (GORILA II: 78) illegible edges: one seal impression: AT ?

HT (?) Wc 3022 (A Pierson Mus. 10.615) (GORILA V: 14; Roundel 2: 32), LM IB context statement logogram VIR no. of impressions 2? CMS II, 6 70 [AT 79]: 2 stags in flying gallop right

HT Wc 3023 (HMs 1177; Roundel 2: 33), LM IB context statement logogram no. of impressions 1 CMS II, 6 142 [AT 31]:Talismanic fly

HT Wc 3024 (HMs 1110; Roundel 2: 34), LM IB context

statement a: A-RA-TU-ME

logogram b: OVISf

no. of impressions 6

CMS II, 6 21 [AT 112]: archer

HT Zb 158 (HM 3915) (GORILA IV: 64-65), pithos (Villa Magazine 5) a: ][•]-TU-SE-SU-KI b: SU-KI-RI-TE-I-JA

HT Zb 159 (HM 21074) (GORILA IV: 66), pithos (Villa) A-NA-NU-SI-JA-SE[

HT Zb 160 (Pigorini, no. unknown) (GORILA IV: 67), pithos (Villa) PA-TA-DA DU-PU2-RE[
Valério 2007: PA-TA-DA DU-PU2-RE, that is, "Patada the master"

HT Zb 161 (HM 3945) (GORILA IV: 68-69), large body sherd (Villa Magazine 5) ]SI-PU [

HT Zd 155, 156, 157 (HM 52, 53, 54) (GORILA IV: 130-135), graffiti on plaster, E wall of room WA (Villa, Light Well 54).

P. Militello (email to "AegeaNet," 1 Nov 2006) reexamined the notebooks and drawings of Stefani & Halbherr (1903 and 1913) and provides the following information:
1) The graffiti were written on the east well (as stated explicitly by Stefani, and implicitly by Paribeni, when he says that they were written by a man seated on the lowest step of the staircase along the East wall)

2) at a rather low level, perhaps 20 or maximum 40 cm high (both for what I said before and because they were painted on the dark ground, that is to say on the dark dado or the above red band (both around 20 cm high) which decorated this wall (pace Cameron 1965, who states that HT 156 should be at eye-level or at the level of a seated person due to a probable beam (?) impression) 3) before the decoration was made, if Cameron 1965 is right in saying that the paint had washed in the graffito. 4) The three inscriptions (HT Zd 155, 156, 157) should be written as a sequence, not the one above the other, since there was no space for such a disposition. The sequence in the notebook 1903 is HT 157, 156, 155, exactly the opposite of the order of publication. Moreover, Stefani, describing Room 54, says that 2 inscriptions were found. This statement lets me think that two of these inscriptions should be written in sequence, so that they could be considered as only one inscription. The only candidates are HT 157 and 156, or HT 156 and 155
JGY: since 157 has considerable space to the left of the inscription and its signgroup ends near the right break in the plaster; and since 156 begins at the left break of the plaster and has a small space at the right break; these two inscriptions should then form one inscription. Inscription 155 has a short space at the left and right edges of the plaster.

So, I suggest the 3 inscriptions were written along a roughly single line, starting with HT 157 to the North, immediately followed by HT 156, and ending with HT 155.

HT Zd 157+156 (HM 54+53) (GORILA IV: 134-135+132-133) • WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI-*319 ] [NE 1 NE 1 J *319 2 E *319 3 EF TA-JA K [

HT Zd 155 (HM 52) (GORILA IV: 130-131) A-JU • NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319
Notes to HT Zd 155-157:  JGY: The repetitions on 155 of MA-MA & TI-TI seem too much. Since -TI-TI recurs elsewhere (as in the second statement, and on HT 96) but MA-MA does not recur in the Linear A corpus, it might be preferable to read the 2nd word simply as NA-MA-TI-TI.

   

JGY: The similarity between WI-JA- and A-JU may imply some sort of prefix; -TI-TI may be related to the ending -TE, "of/from" (Valério 2007). It would be tempting, therefore, to interpret the two statements as "prefix + of/from-SU-MA-T" and "prefix + of/from NA-MA-T." It is tempting to see 156's NE and *319 as the same sign, and to see it here simply as some kind of divider (Collis & Valério). *319 does, however, seem to function as a logogram on HT 132 (its only other occurrence in Linear A). It recurrence on both inscriptions supports its function as a logogram (Miguel Valério). JGY: If the NA on 155 were also like NE / *319 (it is badly preserved), we could then compare 157 WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI with 155 A-JU (NA-)MA-MA-TI-TI (and with MA-TETI [PK 1.8], TI-TI-MA [PH Wc 40a retrograde?]) and with JA-SU-MA-TU (SY Za 2a) M. Pope, BSA 55, 1960, 204-205, sees a geometric arithmetical progression: unit times one and one-half of preceding unit: 1, 1 1/2, 2 1/4, 3 3/8 1 1.50*1 = 1.50 = 1 1/2 1.50*1.50 = 2.25 = 2 1/4 1.500*2.250 = 3.375 = 3 3/8 1.5000*3.3750 = 5.0625 = 5 1/16 therefore: J = 1/2; E = 1/4; F = 1/8; K = 1/16

  

If one ignores NE/*319, the series looks much like an Old Kingdom Horus-Eye series of fractions (1 = 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 ...) (thanks to M. Gardner, message sent several years ago to "ANE"). J.P Olivier 1992a: TA-JA = five, and K = 1/16 [Collis: why ^would the scribe switch to writing out "five"?]. If one accepts *319 as logogram, one gets a fairly normal inscription (thanks to Miguel Valério):

WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI

*319 *319 *319 *319 *319

1 1J 2E 3EF TA-JA [= 5] K [

A-JU • NA-MA-TI-TI

*319

R. Stieglitz ("Minoan Mathematics or Music?" The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 15, 1978, 127-32) relates these fractions to musical ratios and therefore tones. For a discussion of HT Zd 156 and its relationship to music, see J.G. Younger, "The Mycenaean Bard: The Evidence for Sound and Song," in EPOS: Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology, edited by R. Laffineur and S. Morris (Liège and Austin, 2007), 71-78.

HT Zb 162 (La Rosa-Carratelli 1987) DI 3 TI-DU

HT Zg 163 (HTR 1716; Militello 1989; Perna 2003: 346, pl. LXVIIIi), pierced stone weight (MM IIIB-LM IA context), weighing 8.40 gr (Militello 1988-1989; Schoep 2002: 35; thanks to Brent Davis). F
Presumably the fraction [1/8] refers to the weight of the stone weight, 8.40 gr; if this is 1/8, the unit would be 67.2 gr, which is very close to Petruso's unit of 61 gr (derived from actual balance weights: Petruso 1992: 63) or 2.5 Q (in the Mycenaean system; Q = 3.36 gr).

HT Zb 162, fragment of a large pot (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7
DA

HT Zf 163, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7
DA

HT Zf 164, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7
DA

HT Zf 165, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7
I

HT Zf 166, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7
*323

HT Zf 167, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 134) Villa space 7

*308

HT Zf 168, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 134) Villa space 7
NE DA

HT Zf 169, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 134) Villa space 7
two marks, not Linear A

HT Wb 229, sealing (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 144) (seal = same as 218; Levi 132?), below the pavement of room 13
a. *188 b. *303+D

HT W 231A, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)
*122 OLIV

HT W 231B, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)
*188

HT W 231C, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)
]•[

HT W 231D-F, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)
mark but not Linear A

Linear A Texts in phonetic transcription
Presumably Religious Inscriptions
inaugural date: 25 October 2001; last update: 14 January 2011 Comments, corrections, questions: John Younger (jyounger@ku.edu)

For the Linear A texts from Haghia Triada (Ayia Triada) For other Linear A texts Bibliography from 1980 A Linear A Lexicon

Part I: Texts Employing the "Libation" Formula Part II: Texts on Presumably Religious Objects Part III: Contributions

Texts Employing the "Libation" Formula
in Full or in Part
document T/A-TA-I-301- or TA-NAPlace Name? I-301 A-DI-KI-TE[ ] Personal Name? SI-[ J/A-SA-SA-RA U-NA-RU-KA-NA-SI (Verb?) I-PI-NA-MA SI-RUTE I-NA-JA-PAQA

PK Za 12 A-TA-I-301-WA-JA PK Za 11 A-TA-I-301-WA-E

JA-SA-SA-]RA-ME[ ]A-[ U-NA-RU-KA[ ]JA-SI ]-NE A-DI-KI-TE-TE-[..]- PI-TE-RI A-KO-A- A-SA-SA-RA-ME U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI

A-PA-DU-PAJA[ JA-PA-QA [ I-PI-NA-MI- ]-SI-RU- I-NA-JA-PA-

DA

NE

NA[

[.]

QA

document KN Za 10 IO Za 2.1-2 IO Za 2.2 AP Za 2 PK Za 15 VRY Za 1 SY Za 3 IO Za 9 KN Zc 7 SY Za 1 PK Za 18 PK Za 17 IO Za 6 PS Za 2.2 IO Za 7 TL Za 1 PR Za 1 KO Za 1

T/A-TA-I-301- or TA-NA-I-301 Names ]-TA-NU-MU-TI A-TA-I-301-WA-JA TA-NA-RA-TE-U-TI-NU JA-DI-KI-TU I-DA-[ JA-DI-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE[

J/A-SA-SA-RA JA-SA-SA-RA-MA-NA JA-SA-SA-RA[-ME

U-NA-KA-NA-SI

I-PI-NA-MA DA-WA-[.]-DU-WA-TO

SI-RU-TE IJA[ SI-RU-TE

U-NA-KA-NA-]SI ]NA-SI

I-PI-NA-MA I-PI-NA-MA[ I-PI-NA-MA

A-TA-I-301-WA-JA A-KA-NU-ZA-TI ]A-TA-I-301-WA-JA ]TE TA-NA-I-301-U-TI-NU TA-NA-I-301-TI A-TA-I-301-WA-JA A-TA-I-301-WA-JA TA-NA-SU-TE[ ]-KE A-TA-I-301-WA-JA DU-RA-RE , A-79-RA I-DA-MI I-DA ]I-DA <-- I-NA-TA-I-ZU-->DI-SI-KA ]JA-TI JA-TI-*321[ O-SU-QA-RE SE-TO-I-JA TU-RU-SA , DU-314-RE , I-DA-A <--JA-SA-SA[ RA-ME U-NA-KA[-NA-SI--> JA-SA-RA-A-NA-NE WI-PI-[.] JA-[ JA-JA-[ JA-SA-SA-RA-ME JA-SA-SA-RA-ME JA-SA-SA-RA-ME A-SA-SA-RA-ME U-NA-KA-NA-SI [ U-NA-KA-NA-SI I-PI]-NA-MA I-PI-NA-MA

SI-RU-TE SI-RU-TE

SI-RU[-TE SI-RU-TE

document word word PK Za 8 ]NU 56-E

word word J/A-SA-SA-RA JA-NA-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE TU-ME-I JA-SA[ -SA-RA JA-SA-SA-RA-ME

U-NA-KA-NA-SI word U-NA-KA-NA-SI[

I-PI-NA-MA I-PI [-NA-MA

PL Zf 1.1 ]TA WI-TE-JA-MU U-QE-TI

TA-NU-NI-KI-NA I-[PI-NA-MA]

document T/A-TA-I-301word IO Za 3 A-TA-I-301-WA-JA IO Za 7 A-TA-I-301-WA-JA JA-TI-*321[

document IO Za 8 IO Za 4 KN Ze 44

T/A-NA-TI-301 ]A-NA-TI-301-WA-JA[ ]301-WA[ I-A301?-WA-JA

document AR Zf 1 AR Zf 2 KY Zc 2

I-DA-MA-TE (Place Name?) I-DA-MA-TE I-DA-MA-TE[ DA-MA-TE

document IO Zb 10 MA Zb 8 PK Za 4

A/JA-SA-SA-RA ]A-SA-SA-RA-ME JA-SA[ A-SA-SA-RA[

Contributions
SY Za 2 (HM 3429) (GORILA V: 64-65), stone libation table (MM IIIB-LM IA context)
line T/A-TA-I-301a d b words A-JA U-NA-KA-NA-SI OLE Verb? commodity quantity OLIV

A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA • JA-SU-MA-TU

ZA Zb 3 (HM --) (GORILA IV: 112-113), pithos, below rim (LM IB context;Epano Zakros)
line T/A-TA-I-3012 1 1 1 A-SA-MU-NE , A-SE DI-DI-KA-SE words Verb? commodity quantity VINa 32

A-TA-I-301-DE-KA A-RE-PI-RE-NA , TI-TI-KU

AP Za 1 (HM 2478) (GORILA IV: 2-3), Libation Table
line T/A-TA-I-301JA-TA-I-301-U-JA words Verb? commodity quantity 1

Texts on Presumably Religious Objects
CR (?) Zf 1 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 9675) (GORILA IV: 146-147, 162), gold pin A-MA-WA-SI • KA-NI-JA-MI • I-JA • QA-KI-SE-NU-TI • A-TA-DE

IO Za 5 (HM 3643) (GORILA V: 22-23), stone lamp ]I-JA-RE-DI-JA • I-JA-PA[

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

KN Za 17 (HM 2394) (GORILA IV:10-11), stone libation table ]-JA-QE •

KN Za 18 (HM 2597) (GORILA IV: 12-13), stone libation table ][••]-JA • [•••]-JA • JA-WA-[ ][•][

KN Za 19 (AM 1938.872) (GORILA IV: 14-15), stone libation table, boustrophedon 1 L-R, 2 R-L .1: ]-KE-JU-MI[ ][•][ ______________________ .2: ]*118-MI-NA

KN Zc 6 (HM 2630) (GORILA IV: 118-121), inked inscription in the interior of a conical cup, oriented upside down *34-TI-RI A-DI-DA-KI-TI-PA-KU • NI-TI-NU • JU-KU-NA-PA-KU-NU-[••]-I-ZU •

KN Zf 13 (HM 530) (CMS II 3.38; GORILA IV: 152-153, 162), gold ring (MM III-LM IA context), read from the circumference to the center A-RE-NE-SI-DI-*301-PI-KE-PA-JA-TA-RI-SE-TE-RI-MU-A-JA-KU

KN Zf 31 (HM 540) (GORILA IV: 154-155, 162), silver pin ]SI[ ]SI-ZA-NE-*310 • DA-DU-MI-NE • QA-MI-*47-NA-RA • A-WA-PI • TE-SU-DE-SE-KE-I • A-DA-RA • TI-DI-TE-QA-TI • TA-SAZA • TA-TE-I-KE-ZA-RE •[

KO (?) Zf 2 (Khania Mus. 1385 [Mitsotakis collection]) (GORILA IV: 158-159), bronze mesomphalos bowl A-RA-KO-KU-*333-WA-SA-TO-MA-RO-AU-TA-DE-PO-NI-ZA

PK Za 9 (HM 1585) (GORILA IV: I-29), stone libation table (Bosanquet & Dawkins, "The Unpublished Objects from the Palaikastro Excavations, 1902-1906," BSA 24 (Supp. Paper 1; 1923) 143, no. 3) .1: ]vest.[ .2: ]JA-U-PA-MA-I-DA-[•]-DI[

PK Zc 13 (AM AE 902) (GORILA IV: 127), painted inscription on cup fragment near rim ]-NU-RI-JA[

PK Za 14 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 2470) (GORILA IV: 39-40), stone libation table a-b: ]TU-ME-I • JA-SA-SA[

PK Za 16 (Ayios Nikolaos Mus. 7231) (GORILA IV: 42), stone libation table ]TO-SA • PU2-RE-JA[ ]vest.[

The Hieroglyphic Documents from Knossos
a web edition of CHIC with commentary
inaugural date: 12 November 2005; last update: 22 December 2011

Notes For best viewing results, widen this webfile to at least 25 cm. In the commentary (not in the headings), CHIC documents (numbers preceded by #) in bold (e.g., #225) are sealstones or impressions. In the "normalizations" (phonetic readings) suggested below, the phonetic identifications of the Hiero signs are based on Notes on the Signs, a separate study of the individual signs, their resemblances to Linear A/B signs and the patterns of their use in Hiero. The phonetic values of signs in black are considered certain; those in red are considered probable; and those in green are considered possible. With green values, sometimes only the consonant is guessed and the syllable is then rendered as in the following Kv. A raised asterisk after the syllabogram indicates the reading is doubtful (e.g.,
*

), similarly for the underlined transnumeration and normalization (e.g., 042 A).

KNOSSOS
#001. KN Ha (HMs 183 [SM I, P77]), Crescent, unimpressed (2.9 x 1.2 x 0.9 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression no seal impression vacat X * vacat transnumeration

X 053-034-031-070

Comments g: CHIC's notes to #091 compares this signgroup to 019 (#054.e). The initial X, then, belongs to the logogram JGY normalizes side g inscription/seal impression X
*

*

070-031-034 (#091.b). JGY: cf. 070-094-034 (#328), and *053. And the remaining signgroup is to be read retrograde.

070-031-

transnumeration 070-031-034 X 053

normalization RO-RE-TA VAS

Compare Linear A: A-RU-RA-TA (HT 11a.1); and *401VAS+RA and *401VAS+RU (KH 12, 18, 31, 63, 68, 83, 84, 85, 91; MI 2)

#002. KN Ha (HMs 184 [SM I, P78]), Crescent, unimpressed (3 x 1.4 x 1.3 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression no seal impression vacat X ]
*

transnumeration

X 013-056-068 >? ]050-016 >?

Comments g: JGY: 068 is apparently always a terminal sign; and 013 is apparently always the logogram BOS *152 (cf. [#225]). d: JGY: compare X X X 042 050-016 X 042 (#003.d; see note), and X X 050-016 (#032.a2). JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side d-c inscription/seal impression ]
*

*

068-009-011

X

transnumeration 050-016 *152

056-068

normalization ]TI-KI BOS

X KU-Rv

Compare Linear A: TE-KI KU-RO (HT 13.3-4 & 7), TE-KI (HT 122a.3); cf. QA-TI-KI (KH 7b.3-4), A-I-TI-KI (HT 115b.4, possible). KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid" - see Younger 2003); cf. HT 30 (BOS-m ... KI-RO, "deficit").

#003. KN Ha (AM/ 1910.206/<169> [SM I, P76]), nodulus, unimpressed (3.3 x 1.7 x 1.3 cm) As on the nodulus side a b g d inscription/seal impression no seal impression X X X X transnumeration X 016-054 X 009-077-013-020 X 057-016 050-016-042 X

CHIC normalizes side a b g d1 d2 inscription/seal impression no seal impression X X X X transnumeration X 016-054 X 009-077-013-020 X 057-016 X 042-016-050

Comments JGY: g: the signgroup is also engraved on a sealstone 009-077-013-020 (#139). d: CHIC: d1 (read retrograde) and d2 (read orthograde) are separated by a break in the clay (in fact, each signgroup is written on an inclined plane, and the two planes meet in the center). JGY: Since X X 042 is actually removed toward the edge of the crescent face, there are in fact three signgroups. JGY: The order of the two-sign signgroups (X 057-016, 050-016) reverses that on #032.a2-b: X X 050-016 X X 057-047061. * JGY: For 057-016, cf. X X 016-057-013-074-075 (#053.c2); 050-016 recurs on #002.d and #032.a2.

JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side g b d1 d2 d3 a inscription/seal impression X X X X no seal impression transnumeration X 009-077-013-020 X 016-054 X 042 = *175 X 057-016 050-016 normalization A2-RU2-MU2-AI KI-DE A KI-KI TI-KI

Compare g: Linear A: JA-RU-MA-NE (PH 7a.4), JA-RE-MI (HT 87.3), A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, HT 49a.6) b: Linear A: KA-DI (ZA 4a.8, poss. = "owing"); cf. KI-DE-MA-*323-NA[ (HT 31.4-5; cf. MI-DA-NI, HT 41a.4 {implying a poss. separation, KIDE + MA-*323-NA[}) d1: Linear A: logogram: HT 37.5; HT Wa 1147; HT Wa 1148; HT Wa 1149; KH 11.2; KH Wc 2122 d2: Linear A: KI-KI-NA (HT 88.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1) d3: Linear A: TE-KI (HT 13.3-4, HT 122a.3); cf. QA-TI-KI (KH 7b.3-4), A-I-TI-KI (HT 115b.4, possible)

#004. KN Ha (HMs 171 [SM I, P68]), Crescent, impressed (3.7 x 1.5 x 0.9 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (not H: spirals around rayed circle [CMS II 8.44]) vacat X vacat transnumeration vacat X 019-038-059 vacat

Comments a: the seal impression depicts a rayed circle, perhaps a variant of g: the signgroup (over an erasure) is a hapax legomenon. JGY normalizes side g a b, d inscription/seal impression X < > vacat

005, an abbreviation for <

>

<044->005; a similar seal impressed #017.

transnumeration X 019-038-059 <044->005 vacat

normalization X SA-JA-MA ?<KO>-Rv vacat

Compare g: Linear A: SA-JA-MA (HT 31.3). Since this SA-JA-MA seems to be associated with at leaast 30 vases 402VAS, 415VAS, and 416VAS, and since one of Linear A's ideograms for VAS is modified by ligature, 401VAS+RU, it is conceivable that, if SA-JA-MA in CHIC #004 refers to Linear A SA-

JA-MA, the impression might refer to VAS+Rv. a: Linear A: ? KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid")

#005. KN Ha (AM 1910.207 = HMs <175> [SM I, P75]), Crescent, impressed ([3.1] x 1.6 x 0.9 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.63 [#159]; CMS II 8.62 [#160]) vacat ] vacat [ >< transnumeration vacat ]047-092[ >< vacat

Comments g: CHIC: 092 over an erasure; probably ] •[; ]147-092-•[. JGY: The preserved signgroup is a hapax legomenon; as the only inscribed signgroup, it should be a heading. * a2: #160: CHIC reads ] ]028-020-041, a hapax legomenon. The four-sided prism #303 carries X X 062-020-028 (#303.a), which supports a retrograde reading here. On another face of this seal appears 044-049 KO-RO3 (#303.d), a transaction term (? Linear A KURO, "balance," "total," "paid"), which parallels the other impression on this crescent. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side g a2 (#160) a1 (#159) b, d ] vacat inscription/seal impression ] [ ><
*

transnumeration ]047-092[ 041-020-028[ ]044-049 vacat

normalization ]QE-RU[ > WA-AI-KU2[ or < ]KU2-AI-WA KO-RO3 vacat

[ <?

Compare g: Linear A: QE-RA2-U (HT 1.1-2; HT 95a.4-5, 95b.4-5); cf. QE-RA2-JA (HT 3.2), or some transaction term like KU-RO or KI-RO a2: Linear A: < ]KO-A-DU-WA (TY 3a.6), > -A-JA-KU (KN Zf 13) a1: Linear A: ? KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid")

#006. KN Ha (HMs 177 [SM I, P57]), Crescent, impressed (3.2 x 1.2 x 1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (not H: blobs on gold ring) (CMS II 8.59) vacat vacat transnumeration vacat *154 vacat

Comments g: *154 reccurs on KN tablet #068 and PH tablet #122. It is obviously a staple, probably OLIVA (olives): on KN #068, it accompanies *151 VIR3, GRANUM.
*

*175 A, *153

*156 VINUM, and

*

*153 GRANUM; on PH #122, it accompanies, in 2 lists,

*158 OLEUM?, ?

*155 FICUS, and

Compare g: Linear A: *122 OLIVA

#007. KN Ha (HMs 178 [SM I, P74]), Crescent, impressed ([3.1] x 1.4 x 1.1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression no seal impression ]vacat 2 impressions (H & not H) (CMS II 8.83 [#161] & 85); or both H??) ] transnumeration vacat ]*156

Comments d. CHIC: The inscription was not put on face c, which was already impressed with the 2 impressions (normally placed on the opposing face a); JGY: cf. #020. It is as if the inscription and impressions were reversed - the impression providing the standard texts (placename and transaction) and the inscription providing the commodity; on #020, the impression provides not only the transaction, but also the commodity. g2. If we read the engraved images as an inscription, catface-031 or MA-RE, there are Linear A parallels on HT 55a.1 and possibly PH 30.2; a place Ib-NU-MA-RE is also associated with VIN on ZA 5b.1 and ZA 15a.4-5. JGY normalizes side g2 (CMS II 8.85) d g1 (#161) a, b inscription/seal impression ] vacat transnumeration catface-031 ]*156 044-049 vacat normalization MA-RE ]VINUM KO-RO3 vacat

Compare g2: Linear A: MA-RE (HT 55a.1; PH 30.2?), cf. VINa+SU/ME ... Ib-NU-MA-RE (ZA 5b.1 & ZA 15a.4-4)

d: Linear A: *131 VIN g1: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid")

#008. KN Ha (HMs 184 [SM I, P55]), Crescent, impressed ([2.9] x 1.3 x [0.6] cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (one not H [interlocking C-spirals] & one ?) vacat X deest [ transnumeration vacat X 028-038-032[ deest

JGY normalizes side g inscription/seal impression X [ transnumeration 028-038-032 normalization KU2-JA-RE[

Compare g: Linear A: ]-*306-TI-KA-A-RE[ (HT 4.1)

#009. KN Ha (HMs 186), Crescent, impressed ([3.6] x 2.8 x 1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (eroded) vacat ] >< vacat transnumeration vacat ]065-063 >< vacat

Comments g: The signgroup may have a parallel: JGY normalizes side g inscription/seal impression ]

*

*

[ 065-049-049-063 [ (#269.b).

transnumeration 065-063

normalization >]NU?-PA or <PA-NU?

Compare g: Linear A: PA-NU-QE (ZA 14.4); KU-PA3-NU (HT 1.3-4, HT 3.6; HT 49a.6-7; HT 8.5; HT 117a.3; HT 122a.6 & 7; PH? 31a.3)

#010. KN Ha (HMs 190 [SM I, P72]), Crescent, impressed (3.2 x [1.3] x 1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 3 impressions (not H) (CMS II 8.60 [bull face, 2 x] & CMS II 8.36) deest • • vacat transnumeration deest •-038-• vacat

Comments CHIC: theoretically, Linear A is not impossible. g: CHIC: Traces of an erasure. JGY normalizes side g inscription/seal impression • • transnumeration •-038-• normalization •-JA-•

#011. KN Ha (HMs 192 [SM I, P69]) Crescent, impressed ([2.7] x 1.5 x 1.2 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.76 [#165] & CMS II 8.73 [#166] vacat
*

transnumeration vacat 049-049 028 vacat

[

[

vacat

Comments a2. The signgroup in the impression ( 056-047-031 [#166]) recurs in #032.a1, and in the following variant: 047-070-031 (#058.b1), which also recurs undoubtedly in #020.d); cf. 063-047-031 (#052.a2), which is probably to be read j 063-047 *174. b. CHIC: String mark preserved. g: CHIC: A deliberate erasure begins under the second - -049. JGY: see the Notes to Sign 028, and Inflection Sequence 5b1. JGY normalizes side inscription/seal impression transnumeration normalization

a2 (#166) g a1 (#165) b, d

] ] vacat

*

056-047-031 ] 028 049-049 ]044-005 vacat

KU-QE-RE ] KU2 -RO3 RO3 ]KO-Rv

Compare a2: Linear A: QE-KU-RE (HT 20.2-3; HT Wc 3017), QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4-5; HT 111a.3?; HT 118.2-3; HT 122b.3-4), QA-*118-RA-RE (HT 96b.1-2), KE-KI-RU (HT 94b.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1) g: Hiero KU-RO-RO (#061.e), KU-RO-RO2 (#298.a). Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid"); RO+RO (KH 18.4; KH Wa 1001, 1002) a1: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid" - see Younger 2003) or KI-RO, "deficit".

#012. KN Ha (HMs 202), Crescent, impressed ([2.2] x [1.1] x 0.6 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (not H: 3RPr: genius stands to L, holding jug; CMS II 8.195) deest ]X ] vacat [ [ transnumeration deest ]X 028-049[

Comments g: JGY: for the signgroup, see Notes to Sign 028. JGY normalizes side a g d b inscription/seal impression impression (not H: 3RPr: genius stands to L, holding jug; CMS II 8.195) ]X vacat deest [ transnumeration ]X 028-049[ vacat deest normalization ]X KU2-RO3[ vacat deest

Compare g: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid")

#013. KN Ha (HMs 206 [SM I, P63]), Crescent, impressed (3.6 x 1.5 x 0.7 cm) as on the crescent side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (CMS II 8.71 [#167, also on crescent #015] & CMS II 8.89 [#124]) vacat X• vacat | X •[ transnumeration vacat X •-062-011-056 | X 044-•[ vacat

CHIC normalizes side a b g1 g2 d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.71 [#167, also on crescent #015] & CMS II 8.89 [#124]) vacat X• X •[ vacat | transnumeration vacat X •-062-011-056 | X 044-•[ vacat

Comments a1 & a2: 049-070-070 (#167) also impressed #015.a1; for the signgroup compare 056-070-070 (#061.e), and 056-070040 (#298.a); see Inflection Sequence 5b1. It seems an unlikely coincidence that these two impressed signgroups, 049-070-070 (#167) and X X 040-029-029 (#124), are both composed of three signs, two of which reduplicate; for a Linear A signgroup that contains two reduplicating syllabograms, see the Linear A graffito on plaster, HT Zd 155: A-JU NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319. g: The signgroup 011-056 also appears as ] [ ]011-056[ on #015.g, and by itself as 011-056 *153 (#024.g); it may have a variant 011-092 on #026. Here, the signgroup probably needs to be separated from • •-062. Perhaps the first sign is 042; cf. #095.b. Notes to Signgroups XI, suggests, on the analogy of Linear A document HT 30, that 011-056 is an abbreviation for < > 011 056<070>. Transaction Document #013 follows the "Balance-Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents"): we are missing the assessment and the debit (if any), and the amount paid (X •[ X 044-•[ = X 044-049[) is lost. Document #015 may have looked similar. JGY normalizes side g1 g2 a2 X inscription/seal impression X
*

transnumeration X 042-062 011-056 | X 044-049[ X 040-029-029

normalization A-NA SI-KU | KO-RO3[ RO2-MA-MA

| X

*

[

a1

049-070-070

RO3-RO-RO

g2: or:

<-

> | X

*

[ 011 056<-070> | X 044-049[

Compare g1: Linear A: cf. A-NA-QA? (HT 126a.2), A-NA-NU-SI-JA-SE[ (HT Zb 159), JA-NA-KI- (PK Za 8.a), A-NA-TI- (IO Za 8) g2-3: Linear A: SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-1018; HT Wa 1027a+g; HT Wa 1028a+g); KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid") a2: Linear A: cf. NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319 (HT Zd 155) a1: Linear A: A-RU-RA-[&149;] (HT 11a.1-2), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5)

#014. KN Ha (HMs 249), Crescent, impressed ([2.0] x [0.7] x 1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (not H ?: 2 Mallia Workshop jugs) (CMS II 8.61) deest ]• [ >< vacat
*

transnumeration deest ]•-038[ >< vacat

Comments g: CHIC: theoretically, this could be Linear A. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side b g a d inscription/seal impression deest ]•
*

[

transnumeration deest ]•-038[ 053-053 ? vacat

normalization deest ]•-JA[ JA-JA ? vacat

impression: 2 jugs =? vacat

Compare a: Linear A: JA-JA-[ (PK Za 18)

#015. KN Ha (HMs 1611), Crescent, impressed ([1.9] x 1.4 x 1.2 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (H) (CMS II 8.71 [#167, also on #013]) ]vacat[ ] [ >< ]vacat[ transnumeration

011-056[ ><

Comments This document may have looked much like #013. a1: 049-070-070 (#167) also impressed #013.a1; 056-070-070 (#061.e), and 056-070-040 (#298.a); see Inflection Sequence 5b1. g: Notes to Signgroups XI, suggests, on the analogy of HT 30, that ] [ ]011-056[ might originally have been 011 056-070. JGY normalizes side inscription/seal impression transnumeration g ]011-056[ ] a (#167) 049-070-070 a vacat vacat Compare g: if ]SI-KU[, then Linear A: SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-1018; HT Wa 1027a+g; HT Wa 1028a+g) but if ]SI KU[-RO, then SI ... KU-RO (HT 130) a: Linear A: RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5); A-RU-RA-[ ] (HT 11a.1-2) normalization SI-KU[ RO3-RO-RO vacat

#016. KN Ha (HMs 170 [SM I, P53]), Crescent, impressed (4.2 x 1.7 x 1.1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions of the same sealface (not H: KSPI H2 papyrus flower) (CMS II 8.49) X •• • >< vacat transnumeration X •• 049-056-• >< vacat

Comments b, c: CHIC: the stylus was frayed or forked (and the clay was already quite dry when inscribed). * * * b: JGY reads, instead of CHIC's X • •, retrograde, a possible 057-019-070; compare:

* 057-019-023 or X 057-019-061 X *154 (#036.a) 057-023-070-018 (=? 057-070-018 *159bis) (#324). Might the papyrus flower in the seal impression have functioned similarly to 023 in these two signgroups? c: The first sign could be a clumsy initial X, which implies a two-sign signgroup of 056-049, which phonetically spells KU-RO3, a spelling which would be logical though unique.

Conservatively side b g a1+a2 d Extremely side b+a g d inscription/seal impression X X vacat
* * *

inscription/seal impression X •• X papyrus flower vacat

transnumeration X •• X 056-049 vacat

normalization X •• X KU-RO3 vacat

papyrus flower =

?

transnumeration X 057-019-070 *154 ? X 056-049 vacat

normalization KI-SA-RO3 OLIVA ? KU-RO3 vacat

Compare Extremely b+a+g: Linear A: KA-SA-RU (HT 10b.33); SA-RU OLIVA ... KU-RO (HT 123a)

#017. KN Ha (HMs 173 [SM I, P52]), Crescent, impressed ([4.2] x 1.8 x 1.3 cm) on crescent side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (CMS II 8.45, 47) X vacat transnumeration *153 X 059-054-031 vacat

CHIC normalizes side a g-b d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (not H) (CMS II 8.47, 45) X vacat transnumeration X 059-054-031 *153 vacat

Comments JGY: a: the two seal impressions depict a star (a1) and a rayed circle (a2), perhaps both being variants of >005 (for the duplication, see #018a & g); a similar seal impressed #004. JGY normalizes side g-b a1 a2 d inscription/seal impression X CMS II 8.45: rayed circle =? < CMS II 8.47: star =? < vacat > > transnumeration X 059-054-031 *153 <044->005 <044->005 vacat

005, an abbreviation for <

>

<044-

normalization MA-DE-RE GRA <KO>-Rv <KO>-Rv vacat

Compare g-b: Linear: JA-MI-DA-RE (HT 122a.4) a1, a2: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed"); cf GRA ... KI-RO (HT 15)

#018. KN Ha (HMs 174 [SM I, P54]), Crescent, impressed (4 x 1.7 x 1 cm) as on crescent side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (CMS II 8.65 [#158] & 64 [#140]) X X vacat X transnumeration X 009-056-061 X 020-047 X 044-005 vacat

CHIC normalizes side a b g1 inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.65 [#158], 64 [#140]) X X transnumeration X 009-056-061 X 020-047

g2 d

X vacat

X 044-005 vacat

Comments CHIC: Signgroup 044-005 occurs in the two impressions and is inscribed on face g. JGY: a1, a2: the comination 044-005 with an intervening sign is common (see Notes to Sign 013). JGY: b: For the signgroup, 009-056, see Notes to Signgroups XVI; also see Inflection Sequence 6b. JGY normalizes side b g1 g2 a1 (#140) a2 (#158) d vacat inscription/seal impression X X X transnumeration 009-056-061 020-047 044-005 044-005 *152 044-005 *065 vacat normalization A-KUAI-QE KO-Rv BOS KO-Rv KO-Rv vacat

Compare b: Linear a: JA-KU (MA 3b.2); cf. JA-KU-TI (KN 1a.1-2) g1: Linear a: JA-QE (poss. HT 37.6); cf. ]-JA-QE (KN Za 17) g2: Linear a: KI-RO (owed) a1: Linear a: KI-RO (owed); cf. CHIC #264.g, and BOS ... KI-RO (HT 30.3-4) a2: Linear a: KI-RO (owed) ; cf CHIC #174.b, #247

#019. KN Ha (HMs 189 [SM I, P70]) Crescent , impressed ([2.9] x 1.7 x 0.8 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (not H: dentine cube: double ax, & trace of a second face) (CMS II 8.124) X •[
* *

transnumeration X •[ 025-046 vacat

• [ ><

• [ ><

vacat

Comments g: CHIC: the signgroup is entirely over the erasure, and only one sign at the edge is half-erased; a dot between the last two signs is inexplicable; the readings here are difficult. That this is Linear A is not inconceivable:]A 07 ]DI, or even A 10-53-04 U-RI-TE. JGY normalizes side a (CMS II 8.124) b g d inscription/seal impression X •[
* *

><

vacat

transnumeration *175 X •[ 025-046 • >< vacat

normalization A X •[ >TE-A*301 • vacat

or < • A*301-TE

Compare a: Linear A: A as logogram: HT 37.5; HT Wa 1147; HT Wa 1148; HT Wa 1149; KH 11.2; KH Wc 2122 g: Linear A: >TE-*301 (HT 8a.3; HT 98a.3); cf. A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA ("Libation Formula")

#020. KN Ha (HMs 200 [SM I, P56]), Crescent , imressed ([1.7] x 1.2 x 1.2 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression no seal impression ]• * >< impression H (CMS II 8.78 [#145]) ] >< transnumeration ]•-078 >< ]047 ><

Comments b+d: Both lines of the inscription can be restored from #058, with which this document (and others) forms a set (Knossos Document Set 1A). Face b probably had < 078-032-070 (#058.b2; cf. PE Hh 03), and face d probably had < 047-070 *174 (#058.b1), both inscriptions being read retrograde from CHIC's transcription. b: CHIC: the inscription was obviously engraved after the impression. d: CHIC: The inscription was not put on face c, which was already impressed with the 2 impressions (normally placed on the opposing face a. JGY: cf. #007, where the impressions provided the placename and transaction and the inscription provided the commodity; here on #020, the impression provides not only the transaction, but also the commodity, leaving the inscription to provide the placename and a possible corrective to the commodity. * d. for the signgroup, cf. 047-070 (#286.b), and =? 047-049 BOS (#312.g); and 056-047-031 (#032.a1, #166), and 028-047-049-061 (#186). JGY normalizes side b inscription/seal impression <
* *

[

transnumeration < 078-032[-070

normalization <DU-RE2[-RO

d g (#145) a

<

[

< 047[-070 *174 044-005 *153

<QE[-RO RE KO-Rv GRA

no seal impression

Compare b: Linear A: DU-RA-RE (KN Zc 7) d: Linear A: KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003) g: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed"); GRA ... KI-RO, cf. HT 15

#021. KN Ha 176 (HMs [SM I, P62]), Crescent, impressed (2.9 x 1.6 x 1 cm) as on the crescent side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (CMS II 8.55) vacat X transnumeration vacat X 038-017-049-034 *153

CHIC normalizes side a b g-d inscription/seal impression impression (not H: KSPI H4 = double ax) (CMS II 8.55) vacat X transnumeration vacat X 038-017-049-034 *153

Comments a: The double ax in the impression may belong to the inscription; compare 042-034-049 (#062.a), and 042-034-007-040 (#070). g: CHIC: 038-017-034-049 ? JGY: Probably not; 049-034 may be a standard suffix; see Notes to Signgroups III, and compare 052-056-049-034 (#031.a). JGY normalizes side a g-d b inscription/seal impression CMS II 8.55 = vacat transnumeration *175 X 038-017-049-034 *153 vacat normalization A JA-AU-RO3-TA GRA vacat

Compare a: Linear: A as logogram: HT 37.5; HT Wa 1147; HT Wa 1148; HT Wa 1149; KH 11.2; KH Wc 2122 g-d: Linear A: AU-RE-TE (KH 6.7)

#022. KN Ha (HMs 181 [SM I, P59]), Crescent, impressed (3.5 x 1.7 x 1.3 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.68 [#163]) ] vacat X ]•
*

transnumeration vacat X 055-070-049[ ]•-031

[

Comments a. possibly the same seal (#168), though another sealface, that impressed #026. g: CHIC: traces of erasure. d: CHIC: 049 less likely. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side a(#168) d g b inscription/seal impression ]•
*

transnumeration 042-070-038 ]•-031 X 055-070-049[ ] vacat

normalization A-RO-JA ]•RE X KE-RO-RO3[ ] vacat

X ] vacat

[

Compare a: Linear A: A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3) g: Linear A: KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003). Hiero: 056-070-070 KU-RO-RO (#061.e), and KU2- RO3- RO3 (CHIC #011.g; #059.aA1)

056-070-040 KU-RO-RO2 (CHIC #298.a),

#023. KN Ha (HMs 182 [SM I, P60]), Crescent, impressed (3.2 x 1.6 x 0.8 cm) as on the crescent side inscription/seal impression transnumeration

a b g d

2 impressions of the same sealface (CMS II 8.86 [#141]) vacat X
*

vacat X 042-045-029 *159bis

CHIC normalizes side a b g-d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.86 [#141]) vacat X transnumeration vacat X 042-045-029 *159bis

Comments g-d: If all the signs are run together, there is an excellent Linear A parallel. JGY normalizes side g-d a (#141) b inscription/seal impression X {quadruped} vacat transnumeration X 042-045-029-023 063-031 {quadruped} vacat normalization A-ZE-MA-TU PA-RE vacat

Compare g-d: Linear A: JA-SU-MA-TU (SY Za 2.a) a (#141): Linear A: PA-RA (HT 128a.1), PA-RA (PH 3a.3 dealing with MA-RU [= Hiero & Linear B LANA in double minas; might this relate to the quadruped on the sealstone?]); cf. PA-RA-NE (HT 115a.4)

#024. KN Ha (HMs 191 [SM I, P50]), Crescent, impressed (3.6 x 1.7 x 1.1 cm) as on crescent side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions of the same sealface (CMS II 8.75 [#142]) vacat X transnumeration vacat X 011-056 *153

CHIC normalizes side a b g-d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.75 [#142]) vacat X transnumeration vacat X 011-056 *153

Comments a. The signgroup can be read in six different ways, two of which (simple orthograde and simple retrograde readings) have the same Linear A parallel. g: Notes to Signgroups XI, suggests, on the analogy of HT 30, that 011-056 is an abbreviation for < > 011 056<070>. The similiarity here with #015.g suggests that the impression in a1 may be similar to 049-070-070 RO3-RO-RO #015.a1; cf. the impression here with the more conventional impressions on the similar crescents #015 and #026. g-d: see #013; cf. 011-092 *153 (#026). JGY normalizes side inscription/seal impression transnumeration g-d 011-056 *153 X a (#142) 018-039-005 b vacat vacat g-d. or: X < > GRA = 011 056<070>, SI KU<-RO> GRA normalization SI-KU GRA >< RA4-PA3-Rv vacat

Compare g-d: Linear A: SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-1018; HT Wa 1027a+g; HT Wa 1028a+g); cf. SI ... KU-RO (HT 130), SI ... GRA ... KI-RO (HT 34), KU-RO ... GRA (HT 116) a: Linear A: A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2)

#025. KN Ha (HMs 194 [SM I, P58.]), Crescent, impressed ([1.9] x 1.7 x 0.9 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (H) (CMS II 8.81 [#143]) vacat ]• ] >< >< transnumeration vacat ]•-038-011 >< ]038 ><

Comments a: the seal impression may resemble that on #026 (#168: b: CHIC: string mark. JGY normalizes side g d a (#143) b inscription/seal impression • ] >< • >< vacat ><

[ 042-070[), and, if so, may relate this document to Knossos Document Set 5.

transnumeration •-038-011 >< ]038 >< 042-• >< vacat

normalization •-JA-SI >< ]JA >< A-• >< vacat

Compare g: Linear A: JA-SI (KN Zb 4), U-NA-RU-KA-NA-JA-SI (PK Za 12.c)

#026. KN Ha 207 (HMs [SM I, P65]), Crescent, impressed (3.7 x 1.9 x 1.3 cm) as on crescent side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (CMS II 8.72 [#168] & CMS II 8.58) vacat X transnumeration vacat X 011-092 *153

CHIC normalizes side inscription/seal impression a 2 impressions (one H) (CMS II 8.72 [#168]) & (one not H) (CMS II 8.58) b vacat g-d JGY normalizes side g-d inscription/seal impression X transnumeration X 011-092 *153 normalization SI-RU GRA A-RO[ 100s ? vacat transnumeration vacat 011-092 #153

a1 (#168) 042-070[ [ a2 CMS II 8.58: circles in 4 panels = 100s ? b vacat vacat g-d. or: X < > GRA = 011 <057>092 *153 GRA, <SI> KU-RU GRA

Compare g: Linear A: SI-RU (HT 55a.2), SI-RU-TE (IO Za 2; IO Za 15; KO Za 1; SY Za 3; VRY Za 1), SA-RU (HT 86a.2, b.2; HT 94b.3; HT 95a.3, b.1; HT 123a.4-5; TL Za 1); cf. HT 90.2-3: SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2 GRA (HT 90.2-3). KI-RO ("owed"); cf. SI ... GRA ... KI-RO (HT 34) a1, a2: Linear A: cf. A-RU-RA-[� (HT 11a.1-2), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5) ]

#027. KN Ha (HMs 172 [SM I, P64]), Crescent, impressed ([5.3] x 2.5 x 2.1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (H) (CMS II 8.90 [#123]) & 2 impressions (not H) X X X [ transnumeration X 042-041-011 X 092-067-032 X 057-025-034[

Comments a1. for the signgroup, cf. ] [ ]070-058[ ]RO-PU[ >< (#055.b). b: cf. >? 042-041-049 (#101.a), and Notes to Sign 041 which suggest that g: CHIC: 092 & 067 over an erasure. JGY: see Notes to Sign 067. JGY normalizes side b g d a1 (#123) a2 (CMS II 8.37) ] inscription/seal impression X X X [

041 is a medial logogram.

transnumeration X 042-011 *163 X 092-067-032 X 057-025-034[ 092-058 catface ]018

normalization A-SI TELA RU-?-RE2 KI-TE-TA[ RU-PU MA ]RA4

Compare b: Linear A: A-SE (HT 81.1; HT 93a.2-3; HT 132.1; ZA Zb 3.1) g: Linear A: A-RU-DA-RA (HT 28a.5), etc. d: Linear A: -KI-TE-TE- (PK Za 11.a-b), A-KU-TU-*361[ (TY 3a.7), -KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4), -KI-TI-PA-KU (KN Zc 6),]RA-KI-TA-NA-SI[ (KH 60.1)

a1 (#123): Hiero: cf. ] [ ]070-058[ ]RO-PU[ >< (#055.b). Linear A: RU-PI[ (PE 2.2), A-RI-PA (PE 2.3). MA as logogram on HT 110b.2+5, HT 146.3; cf. MA+MA (PH 3a.2)

#028. KN Ha (HMs 198 [SM I, P61]), Crescent, impressed ([2.4] x 1.4 x 0.7 cm) side a b g d X inscription/seal impression impression (H) (CMS II 8.77 [#144]) X ] •[
* *

transnumeration X 072-•[

>< •[

] 062-019-061 >< X 041-• [

Comments b: probably 072-049: see Transaction Terms, App. XXI, which suggests that this signgroup means something like "actual amount paid" or "delivered." g: CHIC: probably over an erasure; ]038-019-061 less probable. JGY: Compare X 019-061 catface, SA MA (#196). JGY normalizes side b g d a (#144) ] inscription/seal impression X ]
* *

[

transnumeration X 072-049[ ]062-019-061 041-• [ ]044-005

normalization Kv-RO3[ ]NA-SAWA-• [ ]KO-Rv

>< •[

Compare b: Linear A: "actual payment;" cf. KA-RU (HT 75.1; HT 97a.1) g: Linear A: A*47-KU-NA VIN+SA & I-TI-NI-SA (both: ZA 15a.1, 3) d: Linear A: e.g., WA-DU-NI-MI (HT 6b.1-2; HT 85b.4-5) a (#144): Linear A: KI-RO ("owed")

#029. KN Ha (HMs 204), Crescent, impressed (2.4 x 1.4 x 1.4 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression impression (very eroded) ] X ]
* * *

transnumeration ]042 ><

><
*

• ><

X 060-070-• ]019-055 ><

JGY Comments a: no impression is even discernible. b: the haft of the double ax is in the usual position for an initial, away from the direction of reading. g: compare 042-070-060-044 (#074.a) and ] •[ >< ]049-060-•[ (#099.a). d: phonetically, the signs may be a Hieroglyphic variant on the common Linear A ending -Sv-Kv: *333-DI-NA-SU-KA (HT Wc 3010) *79-DI-SI-KA (IO Za 6) A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2) TE-SU-DE-SE-KE-I (KN Zf 31) ][•]-TU-SE-SU-KI (HT Zb 158) It is tempting to run faces b & d together and restore something like A-[DA-KI]-SA-KE. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side b d g inscription/seal impression *[ >< ] * * >< ] X * *• b-d. or: [ transnumeration 042[ >< ]019-055 >< X 060-070-• 042[-064-057-]019-055, A-[DA-KI-]SA-KE normalization A[ ]SA-KE X KO2-RO-•

Compare d: Linear A: KA-SA-RU (HT 10b.3), KO-SA-I-TI (HT 117a.7-8); KA-SA[ (KE 1). If KE-SA, cf. SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-1018); cf. the common ending -Sv-Kv b-d: Linear A: A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2) g: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid")

#030. KN He (HM 1271 [SM I, P95]), medallion [-->] (2.9 x 3.2 x 1 cm) side a b inscription
* * *

>?

vacat

transnumeration 068-046-019 >? vacat

Comments a: Notes to Sign 068 suggest that 068 is a terminal; the resulting signgroup, and even any combination of the three syllabograms (in twos or as a three-sign signgroup read in any order), is a hapax legomenon. For the general shape of these signs, however, cf. >< 068-077-015 (#079.a); might it be the same signgroup? JGY normalizes side a b inscription
* * *

vacat

transnumeration 019-046-068 vacat

normalization SA-A *301-Rv vacat

Compare a: Linear A: RU-SA (HT 96a.3). If orthograde ( Rv-A *301-SA), cf. SA-*301-RI (ZA 11b.1)

#031. KN He (HM 1273 [SM I, P96]), medallion [<--] (3.1 x 3.2 x 1.2 cm) as on the medallion side a b inscription vacat transnumeration 034-049-056-052 vacat

CHIC normalizes side a b inscription vacat transnumeration 052-056-049-034 vacat

Comments a: for the order of signs

049-034 or

034-049, see Notes to Signgroups III, and compare.

038-017-049-034 (#021.g) 042-034-049 (#062.a) or 042 007-034-040 or 042 034-007-040 (#070) 038-034-066 (#204.a) >< 027-034-070 (#073) In Linear A the ending Kv-Nv is more common than Rv-Tv. JGY normalizes side a inscription transnumeration 034-049 056-052 normalization TA-RO<sub3< sub=""> KU-NE</sub3<>

Compare a: Linear A: TA-RO3 (HT 89.3), U-TA-RO (HT 116a.1), TE-RI (HT 91.5, Ph[?] 31b.3)

#032. KN He (AM 1938.853 [SM I, P94]), medallion [-->] (3.2 x 2.7 x 0.7 cm) as on the medallion side a b inscription X X X transnumeration X 056-047-031 X 050-016 X 057-047-061

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 b inscription X X X transnumeration 056-047-031 X 050-016 X 057-047-

Comments a2: compare X X 050-016 (#002.d) and < X <050-016-042 X (#003.d). b: CHIC: the entire central zone is efaced. JGY: compare X 40 X 063-047-061-031 40 (#052.a2), and X X 057-047-061 (#032.b.a). a1 & b: the two signgroups are similar; the appearance of 056 and 057 suggests they represent abbreviations for < > 056-<070> and < > 057-<092>. The signgroup in a1 recurs in an impression ( 056-047-031 [#166]), and in the following variants: 063-047-031 (#052.a2), and 047-070-031 (#058.b1), which also recurs undoubtedly in #020.d. In 063-047-031 (#052.a2), just cited, the occurrence of the terminal sign 061 before 031 suggests that the latter is the logogram *174. The signgroup in b recurs in #003.d, and there the order of the signgroups reverses that here in a2 & b. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side a2 inscription X transnumeration X 050-016 normalization TI-KI/QI

b a1

X X a1. or: X

057-047-061 056-047-031 X 056-047 *174, KU-QE RE

KI-QEKU-QE-RE

Compare a2: Linear A: TE-KI (HT 13.3-4, HT 122a.3); cf. QA-TI-KI (KH 7b.3-4), A-I-TI-KI (HT 115b.4, possible) b: Linear A: KA-QA (PK 1.1), QE-KA (HT 85b.2; HT 111a.2) a1: Linear A: KE-KI-RU (HT 94b.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 86b.1), QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4-5); or (with *174 RE) KA-QA (PK 1.1), QE-KA (HT 85b.2; HT 111a.2); RE as logogram is common.

#033. KN He (HM 1283 [SM I, P88]), medallion [<--] ([2.0] x 2.9 x 0.7 cm) side a b inscription ] ]
*

• [ ><

transnumeration ]050-019-038-• [ >< ]042[

[

Comments a: for 050-019, compare X 019-038-059 (#004.g). JGY normalizes side a b inscription ] ]
*

>< 050-019 (#297.a); -

-019-044-050-019-028-056 (#294.b); and for

019-038, compare X

•[ ><

transnumeration ]050-019-028-•[ >< ]042[

normalization ]TI-SA-JA-•[ >< ]A[

[

Compare a. Linear A: < A-SE-TU-QIf (PH 2.1); cf. -WA-SA-TO- (KO(?) Zf 2)

#034. KN He (HM 1279 [SM I, P90]), medallion [<--] (2.7 x 3.0 x 0.7 cm) side a b inscription X ] 10 [ transnumeration X 054-061-013[ ]072-049 10

Comments JGY: a: Since 061 function always as a terminal sign (see Notes to Sign 061), 013 should be the logogram *152 BOS. For the resulting X X 054-061, and the probability that this is an abbreviation for 042-054-061 A-DE; see Notes to Signgroups X. JGY: b: for the signgroup as a transaction term (meaning "actual payment"), see Transaction Terms, App. XXI. JGY normalizes side inscription a-b X < > transnumeration X <042>-054-061 *152[ ]072-049 10 normalization <A>-DEBOS[ ]Kv-RO3 10

[ ]

10

Compare a-b: Linear A: A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (see Notes to Signgroups X). For Kv-RO3,"actual payment," cf. KA-RU (HT 75.1; HT 97a.1).

#035. KN He (HM 1281[SM I, P84]), medallion [<--] ([2.1] x 2.2 x 0.7 cm) side a b inscription ]• ] []
*

>< >< 40

transnumeration ]•-042-061 >< ]086[ ]042 >< 40

Comments JGY: a: for the possibility that this signgroup is an abbreviation for 042-054-061 A-DE, see Notes to Signgroups X, and compare ] ]042-061 (#054.a). JGY: b: since 042 is always an initial sign (see Notes to Sign 042), the signgroup should be read retrograde. Compare the Linear A tablet ARKH 5, whose heading is an elaboration of A-DU (A-DU-NI-TA-NA; -Nv-Tv is a common ending); in line 2 occurs A-DA-RO 40 -- these seem to parallel the statement here. JGY normalizes side a b inscription ]• <
*

transnumeration ]• 042-061 [ > 40 < 042-[ ]086[ > 40

normalization ]• A< A-[ ] [ > 40

[ ]

Compare a: Linear A: A-DU-NI-TA-NA (ARKH 5.1) b: Linear A: A-DA-RO GRA 40 (ARKH 5.2)

#036. KN He (HM 1275 [SM I, P97]), medallion [-->] (2.7 x 3.1 x 0.8 cm) as on the medallion side a b inscription X 100
*

transnumeration X 023-061-019-057 100

Comments a-b: sign 061 functions as a terminal (see Notes to Sign 061); thus, sign 023 should be the logogram *159bis OLIVA; the rest of the line could then be read retrograde < >X < 057-019-061 > X *159bis OLIVA (see Notes to Signgroups XIII). To JGY, however, this 061 looks small, more like random lines (between 019 and 057 is another stroke); if these are ignored, the resulting signgroup X X 023-019057 has a good Linear A parallel. JGY normalizes side a-b inscription 100 a-b: or: <
*

transnumeration 023-019-057 100 >X OLIVA 100

normalization TU-SA-KI 100

Compare a-b: Linear A: [•]-TU-SE-SU-KI (HT Zb 158). If KI-SA OLIVA, cf.]KI-SA-NE (KH 6.2); KI-TA-I OLIV (HT 123a.1-2), PI-TA-KA-SE ... OLIV (HT 21)

#037. KN He (HM 1278 [SM I, P89]), medallion [<--] (2.7 x 2.4 x 0.5 cm) side a b inscription X X 100 transnumeration X 042-054-061 X 017-039 100

Comments a: CHIC: trace of an erasure to the right of 061? JGY: b: CHIC: 1 less likely. JGY normalizes side a b inscription X X 100

061 functions as a terminal; for the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups X.

transnumeration 042-054-061 017-039 100

normalization A-DEAU-PA3 100

Compare a: Linear A: A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (see Notes to Signgroups X) b: Linear A: ]A-PA3-[ (PH 28a.1), A-PA-[ (ARKH 1a.5), ]A-PA[ (KNa.1 32), JA-PA (ZA 4a.2-3), A-PI (KN Za 16), A-WA-PI (KN Zf 31); cf. ]NAA-PA3 (KN Zb 20)

#038. KN He (HM 1276 [SM I, P93]), medallion as on medallion side a b inscription X X X 110 transnumeration X 019-077-029 X 057-013-049 X 057-069-070 110

CHIC normalizes side a b1 b2 inscription X X X 110 transnumeration X 019-077-029 X 057-013-049 X 057-069-070 110

Comments a: compare >< 019-057-029 (#190), and Appendix XX. b: CHIC: 11 less likely (cf. #039). b1: the signgroup 057-013-049 occurs only here and on #054.a2; this position of 013 (as a medial syllabogram in three-sign signgroups) is common, however, on sealstones; see Notes to Sign 013 for the possibility 013 needs to be separated as the logogram #152 BOS. Thus, here, the signgroup should be rearranged: 057-049 *152 BOS; cf. X X 016-057-013-074-075 (#053.c2). b2: compare 057-069 (#050.b1). However, since 057-070 occurs twice ( 042-057-070, #056.b; 057-070-061, #112.a2), it may be Hieroglyphic's exact transliteration of Linear A's KI-RO; it is possible, therefore, that the signgroup should be rearranged similarly to the signgroup on b1: 057-070 069. JGY normalizes side a inscription transnumeration 019-077-029 normalization SA-RU2-MA

b1 b2 b2: or: : 110

057-049 *152 057-070-069 110 057-070 *069 110, KI-RO RA2 110

KI-RO3 BOS KI-RO-RA2 110

Compare a: Linear A: -SA-RA-ME (as in the many occurrences of J/A-SA-SA-RA-MA), SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2 (HT 90.2-3) b1: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed"), cf. KI-RO ... BOS (HT 30 ) b2: Linear A: KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003), and KI-RO ("owed", common transaction term, with reduplicated final syllable); or, if KI-RO RA2, then KI-RO ("owed", common transaction term); and cf. the common logogram RE (ARKH 4a.2; HT 27a.2, b.2, b.5, b.6; HT 41a.3)

#039. KN He (HM 1270 [SM I, P86]), medallion [-->] (4.1 x 4.0 x 1.3 cm) as on the medallion side a b inscription X X
*

X X

X
*

transnumeration X 056-023 X 043-070 X 020-077 120 X 042-017 X 057-023-051 120

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 a3 b1 b2 inscription X X X X X
* *

transnumeration X 056-023 X 043-070 X 020-077 X 042-017 120 057-023-051 120

Comments a: CHIC: traces of an erasure? a1, b2: JGY: See Notes to Signgroups XIII; these signgroups could be abbreviations for < > 056-<070> *159bis, and < > 057092 *159bis; cf. 044-049 *159bis (#089.a). a2: JGY: the signgroup recurs only on #042.a2, where it is also an unmodified second heading, perhaps a personal or place name. b2: CHIC: 021 less likely (cf. #038). JGY: see Notes to Signgroups XIII, which suggests separating sign 051; it is probably a logogram (see Notes to Sign 051). JGY normalizes side inscription a1 X < > a2 X a3 b1 b2 X X X < > a1: or:X b2: or:X
*

*

transnumeration X 056-<070> *159bis X 043-070 X 020-077 X 042-017

normalization KU-<RO> OLIV SO-RO X AI-RU2 X A-AU KI-<RU> OLIV *051 (double mina) 120

X 057-<029> *159bis *051 120 120 X 056-023, X KU-TU * 120, KI-TU 051 (double mina) 120

Compare a1: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid"); or (if KU-TU): KU-TU-KO-RE (ZA 8.2), A-KU-TU-*361[ (TY 3a.7) a2: Linear A: SA-RO-QE[ (HT 62.3); SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II) a3: Linear A: A-RU (HT 9a.5-6) b1: Linear A: A-JA (SY Za 2d) b2: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed"); or (if KI-TU): KI-TA-I 9 (HT 123a.1-2), JA-KU-TI E (double mina) 240 (KN 1a.1-2) Parallel Document in Linear A a1, b2: the signgroups 056-023 KU-TU and 120 057-023 *051 120, KI-TU 120 may be related to Linear A JA-KU-TI E 240 (KN 1a.1-2), to which compare A-KU-TU-*361[ (TY 3a.7). The number 120 appears in Hieroglyphic only in this document, but it is recurrent (as a total) in Linear A: 4 contributions of 30 each (HT 146.2-4) 3 contributions of 30 each + 40 + 50 to total 180 (i.e., 120 plus 60; HT 11b.2-5); cf. MA 4a.1. Compare this short list with the two longer lists on HT 9 (summarized below).
HT 9 (GORILA I: 18-19) list 1 a.1: SA-*315 TE VINa a2: SO-RO a.2-3: *306-TU a.5-6: A-RU list 2 b.2-3: A-SI or A-RU b.3: *306-TU 3 8 a3. AI-RU2 b1. KI-TU 120 10 4E a2: SO-RO a1: KU-TU a3: AI-RU2 CHIC #039

#040. KN He (HM 1274 [SM I, P80]), medallion [-->] (3.6 x 3.2 x 0.7 cm) as on the medallion side a b inscription X X X 2 X 4 transnumeration X 019-070-061 X 072-039 X 044-049 2 X 068-031 4

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 b1 b2 inscription X X X X 2 4 transnumeration X 019-070-061 X 072-039 X 044-049 2 X 068-031 4

Comments a: JGY: the tall 061 acts as a line to separate the two signgroups. a2: JGY: for the signgroup, see Transaction Terms (end). b: JGY: a straight line separates the two signgroups. b2: CHIC: the disposition of the signs is explained by the presence of an imperfection in the lower part of the field. JGY: Notes to Sign 068 suggests that it is a terminal; the initial X actually lies between the two signs. Transaction Document #040 assumes the "Balance-Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents"): we are missing the assessment (6). To balance the transaction term 044-049 ("contribution paid"), 068-031 should imply KI-RU "owed"; thus, 6 units were assessed, 2 were paid, and 4 were owed. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side a2-1 b inscription X X | X 2 | X 4 transnumeration X 072-039 | X 019-070 X 044-049 2 | X 068-031 4 normalization X Kv-PA3 | X SA-RO X KO-RO3 2 | X Rv-RE 4

Compare a2: Linear A: the heading KA-PA (HT 6a.1, HT 8b.4, HT 140.5); cf. KA-PA ... SA-RA2 ... KU-RO ... KI-RO (HT 94a), KA-PA ... SA-RA2 ... KURO (HT 105), KA-PA ... SA-RA2 (HT 102) a1: Linear A: SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II) b1: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total," "paid") b2: Linear A: RE-RO (HT Wc 3012); cf. RA-RI-DE-ME-TE (HT 94b.5 restored) Parallel Document in Linear A Signgroup 072-039 Kv-PA3 appears as a heading in four Linear A documents (HT 6a.1, HT 94a [summarized below], HT 102, and HT 105); in addition, KA-PA occurs with SA-RA2 on HT 102, and with both SA-RA2 and KU-RO on HT 105, and with all three (SA-RA2, KU-RO, and KI-RO) on HT 94. Linear A tablet HT 94 compiles several lists, headed by KA-PA, and including totals for VIR contributions, and for contributions of CYP & NI for/from SA-RA2 (and apparently two other communities), then a list of contributions (of VIR?) owed from five communities (including SA-RA2), and then a final listing of two names (places?) that owe contributions of *86, apparently a type of VIR (*86 plus TI+A seem to function similarly to VIR+*313b plus TA [a type of overseer, as in Linear B?]).
HT 94 (GORILA I: 150-153, summarized) side: statement a.1: KA-PA a.1: a.2: a.2: a.2: a.3: KU-RO a.3: SA-RA2 b.1: KI-RO b.1: TU-MA b.1: PA-TA-NE b.2: DE-DI b.2: KE-KI-RU b.3: SA-RU b.4: KU-RO b.5: RA-RI-DE-ME-TE (restored) logogram VIR *86 TI+A VIR+*313b TA CYP number 62 20 7 18 4 110 5 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 CHIC #040 statement a2: Kv-PA3

a1: SA-RO

b1: KO-RO3 2 b2: Rv-RE 4

#041. KN He (HM 1285 [SM I, P92]), medallion [--> ] (3.7 x [3.2] x 0.6 cm) side a b inscription X X •-• 12 32 transnumeration X 069-047-041-• 12 X 085-011-•-001 32

JGY normalizes side inscription transnumeration normalization

a b

X X -•

-• 12 32

X 069-047-041-• 12 X 085-011-• 001 32

X RA2-QE-WA-• 12 X WI-SI-• VIR 32

Compare a: Linear A: RI-QE-TI- (PO Zg 1), RI-KA-TA (HT 146.4); cf. QE-RA2-JA[ (HT 3.2), QE-RA2-U (HT 1.1-2, HT 95a.4, b.4-5), QA-RA2-WA (HT 86a.3) b: Linear A: WI-SA-SA-NE (KH 5.2), SI-VIR (HT 72.1); cf. WI-TE-RO I-TI VIR 28 (HT 25b.2)

#042. KN He (HM AM/ 1910.208/<1284> [SM I, P83]), medallion [-- > _] (3.7 x 3.5 x 0.7 cm) As on the medallion side a b inscription X X X 634 | 243 100 transnumeration X 037-011-029 X 043-070 100 X 044-049 634 | 243

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 b1 b2 inscription X X X 243 100 634 transnumeration X 037-011-029 X X 043-070 100 X 044-049 634 243

Comments JGY: Knossos Document Set 4. JGY: a.1: The signgroup recurs (in variation) on Knossos documents #057, #061, and on MA #072.a (see Notes to Signs 011 and 029). JGY: a.2: The signgroup recurs only on #039.a2, where it is also an unmodified second heading, perhaps a personal or place name. CHIC: 100 is rather weakly incised but hardly accidental; JGY: since 037-011-029 (#042.a1) appears on #061.b1 followed by 1, perhaps this mark is also 1. There is no number following the only other appearance of this signgroup (#039.a2), suggesting perhaps that the unit is to be presumed. JGY: b: a line separates 634 from 243. JGY: b2. CHIC: traces resembling an erasure of 3, presumbably accidental. Transaction Document #042 follows the "Balance Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents"), with all numbers adding up to a target number; restoring the "erased" 3, the numbers here (3, 634, 243) plus that on medallion #039 (120, part of the same set, Set 4) identify the target number as 1000. The meaning of the numbers is a little unclear, but 634 is certainly "paid", and 243 is probably owed. JGY normalizes side a1 a2 b inscription/ X X X 3 634 | 243 transnumeration X 037-011-029 X 043-070 3 X 044-049 634 | 243 normalization X Rv-SI-MA X SO-RO 3 X KO-RO3 634 | 243

Compare a1: Linear A: RI-SU-MA-NU-WI (HT 115a.1-2, 6), ]RI-SU-MA (HT 81.2) a2: Linear A: SA-RO-QE[ (HT 62.3); SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II) b1: Linear A: �KU-RO ("balance," "total") #043. KN He HM 1269 [SM I, P85]), medallion [-->] (4.3 x 4.4 x 1.3 cm) As on the medallion side r1 r2 v1 v2 CHIC normalizes side a1. a2. a3. b1-2. inscription >? | 32 transnumeration 007-010-006-023 >? 025-010 | 024-050 070-047-047 *153 32 inscription >? | 32 transnumeration 007-010-006-023 >? 025-010 | 024-050 070-047-047 GRA 32

a: all three signgroups are hapax legomena. a3: this is the only occurrence of 024 as part of a signgroup. b1: the signgroup is a hapax legomenon, but 047-070 occurs: 047-070-031 (#058.b1); 019-047-070-092- (#294.b); and >< 047-070 (#286). If read retrograde, 047-047-070, the signgroup might be a version of KU-RO. JGY normalizes

side a1. a2-3. b1-2.

inscription >? | 32

transnumeration 007-010-006-023 >? 025-010 | 024-050 070-047-047 *153 GRA 32

normalization >MI-RI-NWA-TU
or: < TU-NWA-RI-MI

TE-RI | NI-TI < QE-QE-RO
or: > RO-QE-QE

Compare a1. A-MA-RA-NE[ (SK Zb 1), TI-MA-RU-WI-TE (PYR 1.1-2); cf. MA-RU (HT 117a.3) and NA-TI (HT 97a.4); or < TA-NA-RA-TE (IO Za 2),TENU-RE[ (KH 6.1), WA-PI-TI-NA-RA2 (PH Zb 5) a2. TE-RI (H 91.5, PH 31b.3) a3. KA-NA-NI-TI (KH Wc 2005), NI-TI-NU (KN Zc 6) b1-2. < KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1), QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4-5; HT 111a.3?; HT 118.2-3; HT 122b.3-4), KU-RO ("balance," "total"); or: > RO-KE (HT 98a.4), A-RA-KO-KU (KO(?) Zf 2)

#044. KN He (HM 1282 [SM I, P82]), medallion [-->] (2.5 x 2.8 x 0.5 cm) As on the medallion side a b CHIC normalizes side a-b1. b2. inscription ] •[ >< 200 transnumeration ]038-010-068 >< *153 200 •[ inscription ] >< 200 •[ transnumeration ]038-010-068 >< *153 GRA 200 •

a: See Notes to Sign 068, App. XXIX. The signgroup 038-010-031 appears often on sealstones, as does its abbreviation 038-010, usually with the addition of some other sign; since the last sign 068, slightly resembles 031, it is possible that the signgroup here is a variation on the sealstone signgroup. For reading this signgroup retrograde, there is one possible parallel, * >< 068-010-011-020 (#272.g). b: CHIC: fraction on the edge of the lacuna? JGY normalizes line a-b1. inscription ] 200 transnumeration ]038-010-068 *153 200 normalization ]JA-RI-Rv *153 GRA 200

Compare a-b1. cf. Hieroglyphic JA-RI-RE on sealstones, a toponymn related to SA-RA2; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII cf. Linear A: A-RI (PH 6.1, 3), A-RI-[ (HT 141.2), A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3), A-RI-NI-TA (HT 25a.3), A-RI-PA (PE 2.3), A-RI-SU (HT 118.3-4)

#045. KN He (HM 1280 [SM I, P91]), medallion [-->] (2.2 x 2.2 x 0.6 cm) As on the medallion side a b CHIC normalizes side a-b. inscription X 1 transnumeration X 011-077-034 *174 1 inscription X 1 transnumeration X 011-077-034 *174 1

Knossos Document Set 3. b: CHIC: syllabogram 031 is less likely: b. does not follow a. directly. JGY normalizes side a-b. inscription X 1 transnumeration X 011-077-034 *174 1 normalization SI2-RU2-SI *174 RE 1

Compare a-b. Linear A: SI-RU-TE, part of the "Libation Formula" RE, logogram (ARKH 4a.2; HT 27a.2, b.2, b.5, b.6; HT 41a.3)

#046. KN He (HM 1272 [SM I, P81]), medallion [-->] (3.5 x 3.6 x 1.1 cm) As on the medallion side a b inscription
*

><

transnumeration 049-019-023 >< *166 100

100

CHIC normalizes side a-b. inscription * >< 100 transnumeration 049-019-023 >< *166 100

Knossos Document Set 3. a-b. this is the only occurrence of logogram #166. JGY normalizes side a-b. inscription * >< 100 transnumeration 049-019-023 *166 100 normalization RO3-SA-TU *166 100

Compare a-b. Linear A: RA-NA-TU-SU (PK 1.6)

#047. KN He (HM 1277 [SM I, P87]), medallion [-->] (2.9 x 3.0 x 0.8 cm) side a b inscription X X 441 transnumeration X 053-053-077 X 089-044 *156 441

Knossos Document Set 3. a & b. CHIC: engraved with the suspension hole at the bottom, except *156 441 which were engraved with the hole at the right. a: the signgroup may be related to • • 025-025-•- • or * 025-025-070 (#294.g2 [see notes], and see Notes to Signgroups, App. IX). b: sign 089 recurs only on #065.b4; CHIC identifies the sign as one of only two adjuncts, the other being the common 042, both modifying commodities in #065; on the present medallion 044 seems clearly drawn and may be the sign intended to be modified in #065 (see notes there). The signgroup 089-044 seems to function like a transaction term for, or modifier of, *156 VINUM 441, as if 044 were an abbreviation for 044-049. JGY normalizes side a. b. inscription X X < > 441 transnumeration X 053-053-077 X 089-044-<049> *156 VIN 441 normalization JA-JA-RU2 X KO<-RO3> VIN 441

Compare a. Linear A: JA-JA-[ (PK Za 18) b. KU-RO ("balance," "total"), KU-RO ... VINa 78 (ZA 15b.2); or, for just (ZA 6b.2), *47-KU-NA ... VINa+SA (ZA 15a.1)

-KO VIN, compare Linear A I-KU-PI[ ]VINc (KH 18.2), VINa+KA

#048. KN Hg 01 (HM 1303 [SM I, P119]), bar with 3 faces [-->] (2.5 x [4.5] x 2.1 cm) As on the bar side a b c CHIC normalizes side a1. a2. b. c1. c2. •[ inscription 2 2[ 2[ 2 transnumeration *164 2 *165 2[ *165 2[ *164 2 •[ inscription 2 2[ 2 •[ 2 transnumeration *164 2 *165 2 *165 2[ *164 2 •[

CHIC: Linear A ? (cf. Malia: MA 2 for the support, MA 4 for the logograms). The logograms are hapax legomena here in Hieroglyphic; they seem related to Linear AB *180. AB *180 appears on Linear A documents MA 4, MA 6, MA Wc 7, PH 10, PH 12, PH 13, PH 15 -- MA 4-7 all came from the Hieroglyphic Deposit. The logograms in these Linear A documents are accompanied by a range of numbers: in the 100s (MA 4 & MA 6), units or tens (MA Wc 7, PH 12), and fractions (PH 10 & PH 13).

#049. KN Hh (HM 1286 [SM I, P100]), bar with 4 faces [_; pierced from a -> c] (2.0 x 9.3 x 2.0 cm) As on the bar side inscription * a X [ ] | X b X 20 | X c X 6400 | X d X transnumeration X 046-063 [ ] | X 028-•-049 200[ ] | X 044-049 40 X 057-023 20 | X 044-049 300 | X 027-• 550 X 034-056 6400 | X 019-040-061 1300[ X 028-040-004 550[ ] X 088-003 [ ] 160

*

200[ ] | X • 550 [ ] 160 1300[

40

300 | X

550[ ] | X

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 a3 b1 b2 b3 c1 c2 d1 d2 inscription/seal impression X X X X X X X X X X
*

transnumeration X 046-063 X 028-•-049 200[ | X 044-049 40 | X 057-023 20 | X 044-049 300 | X 027-• 550 X 034-056 6400 | X 019-040-061 1300[ X 028-040-004 550[ ] | X 088-003 [ ] 160

*

200[ | 20 |

40 | 300 | • 550 6400 | 1300[ 550[ ] | [ ] 160

Comments a: CHIC: signs 046 & 028 are over an erasure. a2: cf. 028-049-049 (#059.aA1), and X 028-061-049-047 read in any direction (#186). b: CHIC: sign 023 is over an erasure. b1: see Notes to Signgroups XIII. b2: this is the only appearance of a two-sign signgroup beginning with 027. c1: signgroup 034-056 may be a transaction signgroup; see Notes to Signgroups XIV. c2. of the number 1300, 200 seems to appear in an erasure. d2. the number is oddly written as if 130 plus 30 in an erasure plus an additional 100; it could therefore be 130, 160, 230, or 260. Transaction Document Side c presents two large numbers, a "grand number" 6400, which seems unrelated to the rest of the document, and an assessment, probably 1100 (with 200 erased). The rest of the bar presents two lists of assessments (each 550), with contributions or deficits and the balance, KO-RO3. In the graphic summary below, a larger number is chosen for d2 (160 is written next to a break; it is a minimum number ) and a number is supplied for a1 to make the account balance. The summary also makes it clear that the bar was meant to be read in the following order: d (d1, d2), b (b1, b2, b3), a (a1, a2, a3), c (c1, c2). Parallel with #056 #049 specifies a grand assessment of 6400 (4 x 1600, implied in #056), and a smaller amount 1100 (1300, of which 200 is erased) which is divided into two stated halves (550 550) and further subdivided into a larger and smaller number, both of which are specified. Similarly, #056 implies a grand assessment of 1600, divided in two stated halves (800 800), each of which is further subdivided into a small number (roughly 10%, 85 83) and a large number (roughly 50%, 540 483), each of which in turn is subdivided into a small number (44 40). Graphic summary of #049 List 1 grand number target contributions/deficits deficits/contributions balance d1: d2: b1: b2: List 1 grand number target contributions/deficits deficits/contributions balance d1: 028-040 *004 550[ d2: 088+*003 230 b1: 057-023 20 b2: 044-049 300 + 300 230 20 550[ a1: a2: a3: List 2 027-• 550 a1: 046-063 [310] a2: 028-•-049 200 a3: 044-049 40 MUL and the subset VIR3. • 550
*

List 2

Targets c1: c2: [310]
*

6400 1100 200

200

40 Targets c1: 034-056 6400 c2: 019-040-061 1100 200

From the summary, it should be apparent that List 1 concerns JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side d1 d2 b1 b2 b3 a1 a2 a3 c1 inscription X X X X X X X X X •
*

550 + 230 20 300 550 [310] 200[ 40 6400

transnumeration X 028-040 *004 X 088+003 [ ] X 057-023 X 044-049 X 027-• X 046-063 X 028-•-049 X 044-049 X 034-056

normalization 550 230 20 300 550 [310] 200[ 40 6400

KU2-RO2 MUL 550 +VIR3 230 KI-TU 20 KO-RO3 300 RA3-• 550 A*301-PA [310] KU2-•-RO3 200[ KO-RO3 40 TA-KU 6400

c1

X

1100 200

X 019-040-061

1100 200

SA-RO2-

1100 200

Compare d1: Linear A: KU-RO ("total") d2: Linear A: VIR-I (HT 11a.4, HT 93a.5), VIR+KA (common), SI-VIR-[ (HT 72.1), VIR+*307 (KH 19.1), VIR+*313a/b/c (common), VIR+ZA (PE Zb.3) b1: Linear A: KA-TI (HT 63.1), KU-TA[ (HT 115b.4), KI-TA-I (HT 123a.1-2) b2: Linear A: KU-RO ("total") a1: Linear A: JA-PA (ZA 4a.3-4), KA-PA (HT 6a.1; HT 9b.4; HT 94a.1; HT 102.1; HT 105.1; HT 104.5), KU-PA (HT 110a.2), TA-PA (HT 104.1) a2: Linear A: KU-RO ("total") c1: Linear A: SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-18, 1027a+g, 1028a+g) c2: Linear A: SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II)

#050 + #051. -- these two bar halves probably go together. #050. KN Hh (HM 1291 [SM I, P109]), bar with 4 faces [_; pierced from a -> c] (1.7 x [7.6] x 1.7 cm) as on the bar side inscription transnumeration a X 042-054-061 250[ X 250[ b c 407 | 420[ [ 057-069 407 | 092[ 044-049 420[ 049-021-061 1240[ transnumeration X 042-054-061 250[ 057-069 407 | 092[ 420[ 1240[ 044-049 420[ 049-021-061 1240[

d 1240[ CHIC normalizes side inscription a X 250[ b1 b2 c d [ 407 |

Comments a: CHIC: a vertical separation line is effaced below the first 100. JGY: for the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups X. Since a separation bar was originally written, the signgroup may be a header. The number could be higher than 250, either in tens or in units - this break is the only one that allows for more units. c: the number is probably 420, but could be 430. d: the signgroup may be a variant of 031-021-061 (#059, #149, #197; cf. #063 & #092). The number could be 1240 or 1250. #051. KN Hh (HM 1298 [SM I, P106]), bar with 4 faces [-->] (1.8 x [2.5] x 1.8 cm) as on the bar side a b c d inscription ]• 450 ]• 20[ ]6 vacat transnumeration ]•-051 450 ]• 20[ ]6 vacat

Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily selected. a: -• -•-051 is a hapax legemenon, perhaps part of something like 051-051-051-041 (#089); see Notes to Sign 051. b: for • signs 002 or 022 are not impossible; the number could be as high as 40 or possibly 50. c: the number could be any number of 100s plus units from 6 to possibly 12. Comments to #050+#051 Knossos Set 7. CHIC suggests putting #050 and #051 together (#050a [-->] #051b, b [-->] c, c [-->] d, d [-->] a). See Transaction Documents. Since #050c finishes a statement ( 044-049 usually ends an accounting set), #051.d VACAT probably finishes the line, as CHIC suggests; the rest of the sides then align as below. Transaction Document #050 + #051 follows the "Balance-Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents," section 2B): we are missing the assessment which should equal the total of all the numbers. The total of the extant numbers is 2793; the assessment was probably therefore 3000. The difference (207) can be restored in several ways - the numbers restored below (in scroll brackets, {257}, {206} are merely convenient. JGY normalizes
#050 a: X d: b: c: 250[ 1240[ 407 | 420[ [ ]• #051 ]• 20[ :b 450 :a ]6 :c vacat :d #050 a: X 042-054-061 250[ d: 049-021-061 1240[ 057-069 407 | 092 c: 044-049 420 [ #051 ]• 20 :b ]•051 450 :a ]6 :c vacat :d normalization A-DERO3-PI250{257}[ | ]• 20[ 1240[ | ]• 450

KI-RA2 407 | RU[ | ]6{206} KO-RO3 420[ | ] vacat

Compare #050a+#051b: Linear A: A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (see Notes to Signgroups X) #050d+#051a: Linear A: RU-PI[ (PE 2.2), A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2)

#050b+#051c: Linear A: KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 86b.1), ]I-KI-RA (HT 25a.5) #050c+#051d: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#052. KN Hh (HM 1293 [SM I, P105]), bar with 4 faces (pierced end missing) (1.8 x [5.4] x 1.8 cm) As on the bar side a b c d inscription ]
*

60 X 290

40

transnumeration ]061 60 X 063-047-061-031 40 ]X 057-092-061 290 ]50 50 70 ]029-070 710

]X ]50 50 70 ]
*

710

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 b c1 c2 c3 d inscription ] X ]X ]50 50 70 ]
*

60 40 290

transnumeration ]061 60 X 063-047-061-031 40 ]X 057-092-061 290 ]50 50 70 ]029-070 710

*

710

Comments Knossos Document Set 1A. Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a2: sign 061 is a terminal, not a medial; its occurrence before 031 suggests that this last sign is the logogram *174. For the resulting signgroup, 063-047-061 *174, compare X X 057-047-061 (#032.b), and the following variations: 056-047-031 (#032.a1) which also appears in an impression ( 056-047-031 [#166]), and 047-070-031 (#058.b1), which also recurs undoubtedly as [ 047-[070-031 (#020.d). * d: as CHIC transcribes, ] ]029-070 functions like KU-RO ("total," "balance") and may instead be 028-070 KU2-RO, a fairly common variation on 056-070 KU-RO (see #054.d, and compare 028, and Transaction Terms). Transaction Document. #052 assumes a target number (in this case, 1000, the total of 290 and 710), and presents a simple list of payments made or owed and their subtotal (extant 270; ideal 290), and finally records the balance (710). The difference between the extant and ideal subtotals of the payments (20) can be restored in the lost beginning of face c. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side a1 a2 c0 c1 c2 c3 b d inscription ]
*

028-070 [#081.a],

028-049-041-003 [#053.aA], and Notes to Sign

60 40

transnumeration ]061 60 X 063-047-061 *174 40 [20] ]50 50 70 ]X 057-092-061 290 ]028-070 710

normalization ]
*

60

X [20] ]50 50 70 ]X ]
d: or: ]
*
*

290 710
710, ]029-070 710

PA-QERE 40 [20] ]50 50 70 KI-RU- 290 ]KU2-RO 710

Graphic summary of #052 target amount 1000 individual payments owed a-c. 60, 40, 20, ]50, 50, 70 subtotal b. 290 balance ]
*

710

Compare a2: Linear A: KA-PA-QE (HT 6a 4-5), cf. JA-PA-QA ("Libation Formula") b: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed") d: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total") Parallel Document in Linear A HT 88 (slightly abbreviated below) lists contributions of VIR, first apparently as expected numbers and then in a subordinate list of contributions of VIR not made, with a total. The similarly short list of six debits, a possibly similar placename, and the appearance of both transaction terms invite comparison with #052.

HT 88
1. A-DU 1-2. RE-ZA 2. NI • VIR+KA 20 6

CHIC #052

2. KI-KI-NA 4. 4. KU-PA3-PA3 4. KA-JU 5. KU-PA3-NU 5. PA-JA-RE 5-6. SA-MA-RO 6. DA-TA-RE 6. KU-RO KI-RO •

7 b. 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 a1. [c0. c1. a2. PA-QEc2. RE ]
*

KI-RU-

290 60 20] 60 40 50 70

c3.
.d ]KU2*-RO

710

#053. KN Hh (HM 1296 [SM I, P101]), bar with 4 faces (pierced end missing) (1.9 x [4.6] x 1.9 cm) As on the bar side aA aB b c d e inscription ]X ]• ]X ]• X ] X 110[ ] X
*

transnumeration ]X 028-049-041-003 ]•-058-031-056

170 X

160
*

]X *160 170 X *176 160 [ ]• X 016-057-013-074-075 [ ]*160 110[ ] X *176 170[ X 058-002 22

170[

22

CHIC normalizes side aA aB b1 b2 c1 c2 d1 d2 e X X
*

inscription ]X ]• ]X X ]• X
*

transnumeration ]X 028-049-041-003 ]•-058-031-056 170 160 [ ] 110[ ] 170[ 22 X X 058-002 ]X X ]• X 016-057-013-074-075 [ ]*160 110[ ] *176 170[ 22 *160 170 *176 160

Comments Knossos Document Set 1A?+1B+3. Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. CHIC: since the document contains what look like logograms it should belong to the category Hh (08): its physical peculiarities, however, place it here. aA: The complete signgroup recurs as X [ X 028-049-041-003[ (#060.a), and probably as ]X [ ]X 028-049[ (#012), 070-028-041 (#133), and [ 028-041[ (#102). The first two signs in the signgroup recur fairly frequently as a common variation on 056070 KU-RO (see Notes to Sign 028, and Transaction Terms). Notes to Sign 028 suggest that the signgroup may actually consist of two signgroups: [ 028-049 041-003[. aB: for ] • , see Inflection Sequence 2. e: inscriptions on the end of the bar, face e, recur twice: #054e gives the only modified or named contribution towards an assessment, and #061e presents the total of the items listed. The inscription here (#053e) lists personnel VIR2 among whom rations are to be distributed (or to which VIN is to be added) at a ratio of 1:30. JGY normalizes LIST 1 side aA aB b1 b2 LIST 2 c1-2 ]• X d1 d2 X e X inscription ]X ]• ]X X
*

transnumeration ]X 028-049 *163 *151 ]•-058-031-056 170 160 + [ 110[ ] 170[ 22 ]X X X 016-057 X X 058-002 *160 *176 *152 170 160 074+075 = 50 [

normalization KU2-RO3 TELA VIR3 ]• PU-RE-KU VAS 170 *176 160 KI-KI BOS 20+30 = 50 VAS 110[ *176 170[ PU-VIR2 22

]
*

]*160 110[ ] *176 170[ 22

Compare aA: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. VINa+WA (HT 27b.1, b.5) aB: Linear A: PU2-RE-JA (PK Za 16, ZA Zb 34) b1, d1: Linear A: VAS is a fairly common logogram; for the vase shape, cf. Linear B: a-pi-po-re-we c1-2: Linear A: KI-KI-NA (HT 88.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1) e: Linear A: cf. PU-VINa (HT 14.1, HT 123a.3-4)

Graphic summary of #053 commodities List 1: List 2: BOS VAS 170 *176 160 (=50) VAS 110 *176 170 total commodities = 330 List 1 = 330 List 2 total: 660 personnel 22 commodities per VIR2 660 commodities/22 people = 30 commodities per person

+

#054. KN Hh (HM 1290 [SM I, P108]), bar with 4 faces (pierced end missing) (2.1 x [3.7] x 2.1 cm) As on the bar side a b c d e inscription ] [ ]110 X vacat ]160 150 50 ] X
*

170

450 60

transnumeration ]042-061 [ ]110 X 057-013-049 170 vacat ] 160 150 50 ]029-049 450 X 070-031-019 60

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 b c1 c2 c3 d e inscription ] X vacat [ ] 110 170 ]160 150 50 450 60 transnumeration ]042-061 [ ] X 057-013-049 vacat

110 170 ]160 150 50 450 60

] X

*

]029-049 X 070-031-019

Comments Knossos Document Set 6. Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a1: for the possibility that this signgroup is an abbreviation for 042-054-061 A-DE, see Notes to Signgroups X, and compare ]• ]•-042061 (#035.a). a2: the signgroup 057-013-049 occurs only here and on #038.b1; this position for 013 (as a medial syllabogram in three-sign signgroups) is common, however, on sealstones; see Notes to Sign 013 for the possibility 013 needs to be separated as the logogram #152 BOS. Thus, here, * the signgroup should be rearranged: 057-049 *152 BOS; cf. X X 016-057-013-074-075 (#053.c2). c1: the number could be 170. * d: as CHIC transcribes, ] ]029-070 functions like KU-RO ("total," "balance") and may instead be 028-070 KU2-RO, a fairly common variation on 056-070 KU-RO (see #052.d, and compare 028-070 [#081.a], 028-049-041-003 [#053.aA], and Notes to Sign 028, and Transaction Terms). e: for 070-031-019 (#054), see #056, 070-031-034 (#001, #091.b), and 070-094-034 (#328); compare Linear A RU-SA (HT 96a.3) and Linear B RU-SI (KN AK 634L, X 8214B, and L 588.01); and see Inflection System 1. Inscriptions on the end of the bar, face e, recur twice: #053e lists personnel VIR2 among whom rations are to be distributed (or to which VIN is to be added) at a ratio of 1:30, and #061e presents the total of the items listed. The inscription here (#054e) gives the only modified or named contribution towards an assessment. Transaction Document #054 presents two accounts. On faces c & d, unmodified contributions are listed towards a total (] 360 and the missing 90 can be restored at the beginning of face c. Faces a & e list a total debit ( two amounts, 042 110 and 070-031-019 60. Graphic summary of #054 account 2 contributions total paid account 1 distributions c. 90], [160, 150, 50 d. ] a1.] e. total owed JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side Account 1 a1 a2 e Account 2 inscription ] X X [ ] 110 170 60 transnumeration ]042-061 [ ] X 057-049 *152 X 070-031-019 110 170 60 normalization AX KI-RO3 BOS X RO-RE-SA 110 170 60 a2.
* *

]028-049) of 450; the extant numbers total 057-049) of BOS 170, which is distributed in

c. 90], [160, 150, 50 d. ]028-049 450 a1.]042-061 110 e. 070-031-019 60 a2. 057-049 *152 170

450 110 60 170

c1 c1 c2 c3 d b
d: or:
*

* ] vacat

[90 ]160 150 50 450

]028-049

[90 ]160 150 50 450 vacat

]KU2-RO3

[90 ]160 150 50 450

]029-049, MA-RO3

Compare a2: Linear A: KI-RO BOS ("owed"); cf. HT 30 e: Linear A: A-RU-RA-SU/TA & RU-RA2 (HT 11a.1-2 & b.1 respectively) d: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#055. KN Hh (HM1301 [SM I, P115]), bar with 4 faces (pierced end missing) ([1.8] x [2.1] x [1.8]) side a b c d inscription ]
* *

[ >< [ ] >< 10

transnumeration ]033-018-070[ >< ]070-058[ ] >< 10 deest deest

] deest deest

Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a: CHIC: ] * •[ ]033-018-070-•[ or ] * 10[ ]033-018-070 10[ ? Remains of a line division at left? JGY: for the signgroup, compare X X 057-023-070-018 (#324), and see Notes to Signgroups XIII and Transaction Terms, App. XXVIII, both of which suggest separating 018. This comparison between the signgroup here and that on #324 also make it likely that CHIC's * 033 here is actually 023; compare how 023 was written on #039.a, b and #046.a. If the two signgroups are basically identical, the switch in the last two signs may reflect differences between the two supports, their provenance, and their context dates. b: CHIC: Trace above 070. JGY: for the signgroup, cf. the impression #123 on #027.a1, 092-058 RU-PU ><. JGY normalizes side a b c, d inscription ] ] deest
* *

[

transnumeration 057-]033 018-070[ >< ]070-058[ ] >< 10 deest

normalization KI-]TU RA4-RO[ ]RO-PU[ ] 10

[ ] >< 10

Compare a: Linear A: QE-TI-RA-DU (HT 58.1), or (if AB*47-RA4-RO) KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003), RE-RO (HT Wc 3012b), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5) b: Linear A: if RO-PU, A-RI-PA (PE 2.3), A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2), RU-PI[]-*305-MI (PE 2.2); or, if PU-RO, PU-RA2 (HT 28b.3-4; HT 116a.2), ]PU2-RA2 (ZA 6a.6), ]PU2-RE-JA (ZA Zb 34)

#056. KN Hh (HM AM/ 1910.209 /<1305> [SM I, P116]), bar with 4 faces [pierced from a-> c {although it looks like c-> a in the photograph}] (1.6 x 5.9 x 1.6cm) As on the bar side aA aB b-e c dA dB inscription X 800 540 X X X 46 483 X 44 800 X 83 85 transnumeration X 070-031-019 X 044-049 85 800 540 044 44 X 042-057-070 800 X 044-049 83 X 026-061 X 042-057-038 483 044-049 46

CHIC normalizes side c dA-B aA-B aB-<A> b-e inscription X X < X > 483 800 540 800 X X < > 46 85 44 83 transnumeration X X 042-057-038 X 070-031-019 <070-031-019> X 042-057-070 X 026-061 483 800 540 800 044-049 X 044-049 044<-049> X 044-049 46 85 44 83

Comments Knossos Set 7. CHIC normalizes #056: c, dA-B, aA-B, aB, b-e; Brice (1991: 100) normalizes this as c, dA-B, b-e, aB, dA-B; the presentation here modifies Brice. aB-: Brice assumes that 042-057-070 and 042-057-038 are inflected forms of the same word, and that therefore 042057-038 had an omitted inflected form in aB, possibly 070-031-034, which appears on #091.b, a lame from Mallia Palace, and, retrograde, on Knossos #001.g. See Inflection Sequence 2a. For 034-031-019 (#054) see #056, 034-031-070 (#001), and 070-094034 (#328); and compare Linear A RU-SA (HT 96a.3) and Linear B RU-SI (KN AK 634L, X 8214B, and L 588.01).

IF A-KI-RO and A-KI-JA are inflected forms of the same word, then we might expect the change to reflect the change in the numbers (A-KI-RO 800, A-KI-JA 483), as if "contributions expected from A-KI" and "distributions to A-KI"; the balances would then reflect payments either made or owed. If so, we would therefore expect a similar change for the expected second occurrence of 070031-019 RO-RE-SA in aB-. There are two candidates: 070-031-034 RO-RE-TA on #001.g and 070-031-056 RO-RE-KU on sealstone #307.c. RO-RE-SA also appears on #054.e. Alternatively, there is some slight evidence for identifying a transaction term /Kv-JA/: cf. 028-038 *002 KU2-JA VIR2 (#058.d1), 047-053 QE-JA (#065a.2); and parallel alternative forms of KU-RO, using QE, as in QE-RO3 (#312.g) and QE-RO-RE (#058b.1). c: The text starts here, where the piercing also appears to have started. This is the only occurrence of, not only this signgroup 026, except where it appears as a ligature with followed by the common terminal 026 may therefore connote female. Transaction Document The document presents two lists, each with a target number of 800 - the layout therefore looks similar to that in #049. Perhaps not coincidentally, the total of the two target numbers, 1600, is one-quarter the "grand number" 6400 in #049. Each list consists of a primary large number, 800, and a balance, 044-049, and a secondary large number with its balance, implying for each an unstated set of payments made or owed. This format, two lists each with its own sublist, is unique, although it could be a version of the "Balance Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents" and #042) or an elaboration of the format found on crescents (cf. #028). Parallel with #049 #056 implies a grand assessment of 1600, divided in two stated halves (800 800), each of which is further subdivided into a small number (roughly 10%, 85 83) and a large number (roughly 50%, 540 483), each of which in turn is subdivided into a small number (44 40). Similarly, #049 specifies a grand assessment of 6400 (4 x 1600, implied in #056), and a smaller amount 1100 (1300, of which 200 is erased) which is divided into two stated halves (550 550) and further subdivided into a larger and smaller number, both of which are specified. Graphic summary of #056 (with the target set in #049) List 1 List 2
target 1 balance 1 target 2 balance 2 aB-<A>. < -?> 540 < > 44 total: 129 aA-B. 800 85 dA-B. 483 46 total: 129 b-e. 800 83 TOTAL: #049.c1: 1600

, but of sign MUL; the sign

002 to form

003. This may mean that

is not a word, but a logogram or determinative 026, constitutes a subset of

061. On #049.d

003 VIR3, which incorporates sign

List 1
target 1 aA-B. 070-031-019 RO-RE-SA 800 balance 1 target 2 aB-<A>. <070-031-?> <RO-RE-?> 540 balance 2 044-049 KO-RO3 85

List 2
b-e. 042-057-070 A-KI-RO 800 044-049 KO-RO3 83 dA-B. 042-057-038 A-KI-JA 483 044-<049> KO<-RO3> 44 total: 129 044-049 KO-RO3 46 total: 129 TOTAL: #049.c1: 1600

The graphic summary makes it clear that the two sets of balances total the same amoung, 129, but why that is so, and what their relation is to the secondary targets, is unclear. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side c aA-B aB-<A> b-e dA-B inscription X X < X X > 800 X 540 < 800 X 483 > transnumeration X 026-061 85 X 070-031-019 44 <070-031-019> 83 X 042-057-070 46 X 042-057-038 800 X 044-049 540 044<-049> 800 X 044-049 483 044-049 normalization X 85 RO-RE-SA 800 KO-RO3 85 44 <RO-RE-SA> 540 KO-<RO3> 44 83 A-KI-RO 800 KO-RO3 83 46 A-KI-JA 480 KO-RO3 46

Compare a: Linear A: a: Linear A: A-RU-RA-SU (HT 11a.1), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5); KU-RO ("balance," "total") b-e, d: Linear A: A-KI-RO (ARKH 4b.4); KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#057. KN Hh (HM 1288 [SM I, P107]), bar with 4 faces [pierced from a-> c] (Olivier, 1994/5: cut from one bar, of which CHIC #058 is the other part) (1.8 x 4.6 x 1.7 cm) As on the bar side a b c d inscription 10 X X X
*

transnumeration 042-029-032-011 10 X 079-032-013 20 | vacat X 038-054-034 20 | vacat X 011-029-037 50 | vacat

20 | vacat 20 | vacat 50 | vacat

CHIC normalizes side inscription a transnumeratio n 042-029-032-011 10 10

b1 b2 c1 c2 d1 d2

X vacat X vacat X vacat
*

20 20 50

X 079-032-013 vacat X 038-054-034 vacat X 011-029-037 vacat

20 | 20 | 50 |

Comments Transaction Document: I, Simple Totals. Knossos Document Set 1A. The document could list 4 contributions totaling 100, or the first 3 contributions equaling the amount of the 4th. CHIC: cut at the end; cf. #058. a: CHIC: 011 over an erasure?; JGY: Notes for Sign 011 suggests separating 042 and reading the rest of the signgroup retrograde. b1: The signgroup contains the only occurrence of 079; it is possible that 013 is the logogram BOS *152. c. for the possibility that this signgroup is a variation on A-DE, see Notes to Signgroups X. d: CHIC: an erasure at the end, after the dividing line. d1: The signgroup recurs (in variation) on Knossos documents #042 and #061, and on Malia #072.a (see Notes to Signs 011 and 029); cf. #148, two noduli also from Mallia Mu. JGY normalizes side a b c d inscription X X X
a: or: b: or:
*

10 20 20

| vacat | vacat

transnumeration 042-029-032-011 X 079-032-013 X 038-054-034

10 20 20 50

normalization A-MA-RE-SI 10 | vacat | vacat | vacat -RE-MU2 20 JA-DE-TA 20 SI-MA-RO 50

<--

X 011-029-037 50 | vacat , *175 <-- 011-032-029 079-032 *152 BOS

Compare a: Linear A: A-MA-RA-NE[ (SK Zb 1); cf. modern "Amari", "Amarousi", "Amarynthos"; or, if A SI-RE-MA, cf. SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2 (HT 90.2-3), ASA-SA-RA-ME (common) b: Linear A: -TE-RI-MU- (KN Zf 13), KU-RA-MU (HT 117a.2-3), JA-RE-MI (HT 87.3), RI-RU-MA (HT 118.5); or, if -RE BOS, cf. SA-RA2 ... BOS (HT 121.2, 4), KI-RO ... BOSm (HT 30.4-5) c: Linear A: JA-DA-SU[ (KH 74.1); A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (HT 85a.1), JA-DI (PH Wc 39); see Notes to Signgroups X. d: Linear A: SA-MA-RO (HT 88.5-6)

#058. KN Hh (HM 1287 [SM I, P103]), bar with 4 faces [pierced from either a or c to the other side] (Olivier, 1994/5: cut from one bar, of which CHIC 57 is the other part) (1.8 x 6.8 x 1.7 cm) As on the bar side a b c d CHIC normalizes side a b1 b2 c1 c2 d1 d2 inscription X 1640 80 50 60
* *

inscription X 1640 80 60 X 90
*

transnumeration X 042-054-061 1640 50 20
* *

047-070-031 80 078-032-034 50 010-070-005 60 X 034-002 20 30 028-038-002 90 078-032-070-023-045 30

*

transnumeration X 042-054-061 047-070-031 078-032-034 010-070-005 X 034-002 028-038-002 078-032-070-023-045

1640 80 50 60 20 90 30

X

20 90
* *

30

Comments Knossos Document Set 1A+3?. CHIC: cut at the end; cf. #057. b: CHIC: traces of an erasure at the bottom. b1: The signgroup 047-070-031 (#058.b1) is probably the same as that partially preserved as [ 047-070-031 (#020.d); it has a few variations: 056-047-031 (#032.a1) which also appears in an impression ( 056-047-031 [#166]), and 063-047-031 (#052.a2). The occurrence of 061 before 031 suggests that this last sign is the logogram *174. See Inflection Sequence 2a. b2 & d2: the combination 078-032 is unique to this inscription and appears twice, perhaps belonging to a single inflection system (see Inflection Sequence 2). c1: see Notes to Sign 013, suggesting that 005 be separated: perhaps that is what the initial X that begins the next signgroup, the only initial X on the bar, implies. c2: the signgroup recurs only in - * - -062-034-002-056-070- (#328). d1: cf. X X 028-038-032[ (#008.g, a crescent). The two signgroups are probably variations on a single radical - 028-038- ; see Inflection Sequence 4a. d2: after 078-032 (see above), the rest of the signgroup is hapax legomenon here. The Linear A parallels suggest separating it into two signgroups here; or perhaps TU-ZE is an ending or enclitic (see Notes to Signgroups XIX).

JGY normalizes side inscription a X b1 b2 * c1 c2 d1 d2 X
*

transnumeration 1640 80 50 60 20 90
* *

X 042-054-061 047-070-031 078-032-034 010-070-005 X 034-002 028-038-002 078-032-070 023-045

normalization 1640 80 50 60 20 90 30

A-DE 1640 QE-RO-RE 80 DO-RE-TA 50 RI-RO-Rv 60 TA-VIR2 20 KU2-JA-VIR2 90 DO-RE-RO TU-ZE 30

30

Compare a: Linear A: A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (see Notes to Signgroups X) b1: Linear A: KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003) b2: Linear A: DU-RE-ZA-SE, ]-DU-RI-TE (HT 4.2), JA-DU-RA-TI (KN 1b.1-2) c1: Linear A: RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5) c2: Linear A: SI+VIR[ (HT 72.1); Linear B: TA (supervisor) d1: Hieroglyphic: KU2-JA-RE[ (#008); Linear A: KO-JA (HT 119.2), KA-JU (HT 88.4) d2: Linear A: DU-RA-RE (KN Zc 7), DU-RE-ZA-SE, ]-DU-RI-TE (HT 4.2), JA-DU-RA-TI (KN 1b.1-2), DU-*314-RE (KO ZA 1b-c); TU-SU (PK 3.6-7); cf. RA-NA-TU-SU (PK 3.6) & TU-SU-PU2 (HT 49a.7) Transaction Document The bar gives the total assessment for Knossos Document Set 1A, and lists contributions totaling 330 (almost 20% [328]) of the assessment); this amount is then summarized and reallocated on bar #053. If KU2-JA VIR2 (#058.d1) is related to KU2-JA-RE[ (#008.g), and if KU2-JA-RE[ is related to Linear A ]-*306-TI-KA-A-RE[ (HT 4.1), then it may not be coincidental that that tablet (HT 4) also lists ]-DU-RI-TE (HT 4.2), which may be related here to DO-RE-TA (#058.b1) Parallel Documents in Linear A Two Haghia Triada A-DU documents (here abbreviated) present lists that contain some words, which find parallels in #058: HT 85 HT 88 CHIC #058 a.1 A-DU *638 VIR .1 A-DU VIR+KA A-DE 20 a b1 QE-RO-RO a.2 DA-RI-DA .1-2 RE-ZA-NI b2 DO-RE-SI 12 6 a.2 DA-RI-DA .2 KI-KI-NA 12 7 a.3 U-*325-ZA .3 vacat c1 RI-RO-Rv 6 a.3-4 DA-SI-*118 .4 KI-RO c2 TA-VIR2 24 .r KU-PA3-PA3 1 HT 85 .4 KA-JU d1 KU2-JA VIR2 1 a.4 KU-*79-NI .5 KU-PA3-NU 5 1 .5 PA-JA-RE 1 a.5 TE-KE .5-6 SA-MA-RO 3 1 a.5 DA-RE .6 DA-TA-RE d2 DO-RE-RO TU-ZE 4 1 a.6 KU-RO[ ]66 .6 KU-RO 6

1640 80 50 60 20 90

30

#059. KN Hh (HM AM/ 1910.210/<1304> [SM I, P104]), bar with 4 faces [� pierced from a -> c] (2.2 x [5.6] x 2.2 cm) ; As on the bar side inscription aA X aB X bA bB cA cB dA dB X
*

X X 400[

40[ X
*

transnumeration X 028-049-049 X 044-005 40[ X 038-071-066-070 X 400[ •[ X 060-013 X 028-029-002 X 013-•[ ]130 vestigia [ ]2300[ ]300[ ]031-021-061 X 044-049[ 072-049 11 X 044-049 6 X 092-036[ ]ΞΞΞΞΞ[ X 028-049-007-042[ ]056-070-061 11 [

X X ]130 vestigia [ ]2300[ ]300[ ] 11 X
*

X [ ]

[ 6 X [ ]vvvvv 11 [

CHIC normalizes side aA1 aA2 aB1 aB2 bA1 bA2 bA3 bB1 bB2 inscription X X X X 400[ X X X
* *

transnumeration X 028-049-049 40[ X 044-005 X 038-071-066-070 X 400[ X 060-013 X 028-029-002 X 013-•[ ]130 ]130 vestigia [ 40[

•[ [

vestigia

cA1 cA2 cB1 cB2 dA1 dA2 dA3 dA4 db1 db2

]2300[ ]300[ ] X X X X ] [ ]vvvvv[
*

]2300[ ]300[ ]031-021-061 X 044-049[ 072-049 X 044-049 X 092-036[ ]ΞΞΞΞΞ[ X 028-049-007-042[ ]056-070-061 11 [

[ 11 6

11 6

[ 11 [

Comments Knossos Document Set 3 & 7. * The following 3 signgroups, intact or in part, are hapax legomena here: aB1, 038-071-066-070; bA1, 060-013 (but see note on bA1, below); and bA2, 028-029-002. aA: CHIC: trace after 40[, perhaps X[. aA1: see Notes to Sign 028, and Inflection Sequence 5b1. * aB: sign 066 may function as a divider. It is meant to occur on two sealstones, but on one (X X 038-034-066 [#204.a]) it may be decorative (cf. CMS V no. 488), and on the other ( >< 042-066-016-062 >< [#305.a]), it serves to isolate sign 042, as it seems to do in its only other appearance on a clay document, 042-066-077-042 (#065.a). Here, sign 066 accompanies sign 071, which recurs only on #065, where it clearly separates 072-049 from 071-050-005-063 (probably recurring on #066.a). I am not sure of the function here of two such apparent separators. * bA: signgroup X 060-013 appears in retrograde on #115.b; the order here is probably the correct one; both occurrences of 013 are probably as the logogram *152 BOS. cB1: the signgroup ] ]031-021-061 (#059.cB1) recurs on two seal impressions, both from Mallia Mu: #149 and #197; cf. 049021-061 (#050.d) cB2: CHIC: trace after 044-049[. dA: CHIC: the sixth unit is odd (but there are two small marks). dA4: the 5 marks ]vvvvv[, which CHIC transcribes as ]Ξ Ξ Ξ Ξ Ξ[ are unique here. If they are tallies, they might represent the number 5; thus, 6 plus 5 total the <="" b="">. dA3: for the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups II: [; if read retrograde, then SA2-RU[ might be the common toponymn in Linear A, probably near or at Mallia. dB: CHIC: room for one sign in the lacuna (where there is a large mark at the bottom), trace not incompatible with 022 (cf. 022-056-070-061 on #071), but no room for a separation space or for the initial X. dB: see Notes to Sign 042, which argue for dividing this long sequence of signs into:
* a) either [ ] 028-049-007 042[ ] 056-070-061. Of the possible disyllabic signgroups beginning - 042-, the most common is 042-038, but at present it occurs only on sealstones; see Notes to Sign 042. The obliquely oriented slight traces in the lacuna are not unlike 017. * b) or, more likely, [ ] 028-049-007 042 [ ]056-070-061. The transaction term 056-070 usually stands alone, but 2 three-sign signgroups ending in 056-070 do occur: 008-056-070 A3-KU-RO (#132); and - - 002-056-070- VIR2KU-RO (#328)

dB3: on the comparisons above, it may be possible to restore either of the three parallel signgroups; the signgroups repeats the total 11 given in dA1; Transaction Terms, "total". JGY normalizes side
aA aB

inscription
X X
* *

transnumeration
X X< •[ [ X X [ 40[ > 400[ ]130 X 028-049-049 X 038-071-066-070 X 060 X 028-029 002 ]2300[ vestigia ]300[ 10] 11 6 X 092-036[ 11 X 028-049-007 ]031-021-061 *152 *152 •[ [ X 044-049[ 072-049 X 044-049 ]ΞΞΞΞΞ[ *175[ ]056-070-061 11 [ 130 X 044-005 40[

normalization
KU2-RO3-RO3 -RO BOS BOS •[ [ KO-RO3[ KA-RO3 KO-RO3 RU-SA2[ KU2-RO3-MI A ]KU-RO130 ]2300[ ]300[ 10] 11 6 =5 11 KO-Rv <KO-Rv> 40[ 400[ X <044-005> X 400[ JAKO KU2MA VIR2 ]2300[ vestigia ]300[ 10] 11 6 ]RE-PI-

aB-bA X bA-B X bB-cA vestigia cA cB dA1 dA2 dA3 db X X [
*

X

]

]vvvvv[ [ ]

Compare aA: Hieroglyphic: KU-RO-RO (#061e), KU-RO-RO2 (#298.a) aB: Linear A: cf. JA+RU (HT 6a.3) bA-B: Linear A: KO-MU (ZA Zb 34); cf. KA-PA VIR (HT 94a.1, HT 105.1-2), KU-PA-RI VIR (PE 1.1-2), KA-RU VIR+KA (HT 97a.1), VIR+KA (common), E-KA VIR (PE 1.3-4) cB: Linear A: A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2), and RU-PI[]-*305-MI (PE 2.2) & A-RI-PA (PE 2.3) dA3: Linear A: SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II) dB: Linear A: KU-RA-MU (HT 117a.2-3), KU-RU-MA (HT 115b.3). For A as logogram: HT 37.5; HT Wa 1147; HT Wa 1148; HT Wa 1149; KH 11.2; KH Wc 2122 Transaction Document, II: Payments Made & Payments Due The document is in two parts: the first part (faces a-c) quotes an assessment of ]2300[ and gives two amounts, 440 and 430 and their difference [10]; the second part (face d) seems to be confronted with an actual balance of 11, which it then recounts as a set of 6 plus 5 tallied items, which it then totals again as 11.

Four transactions terms (see Transaction Terms) appear on this bar: aA2, 044-005 KO-Rv, akin to KI-RO ("owed"); cB2 & dA2, [ 044-049[ KO-RO3[, "balance" or "total"; dA1, 072-049, KA-RO3 "actual payment;" and dB2, ] ]056-070-061 ]KU-RO, "total". Against an assessment of ]2300<[, a contribution of 440 ( 40 400 "total owed") was expected, of which 430 (130 300) seems actually to have been made, leaving a balance (cB2. ) of [10]. Starting with cB1, a problem seems to be set out, for 11 is recorded as actually paid ( ), further subdivided in another balance (dA2. ) of 6 and 5 tick-marks or tallies, as if commodities are actually be counted by the scribe - the actual amount on hand ( ) is then recorded again, 11. This "problem" is made more interesting by possible connections to Mallia: 1) a fragmentary lame #108 from the Hieroglyphic deposit in Mallia Palace also presents 6 and the unique appearance of sign *169 followed by 5 2) the 10 that is queried also appears on MA #112c.2-3 where it is introduced by logogram *170, which may be similar to 074-075 discussed at #053.c2: a circle enscribing a collected number (in other words, a group number). Is it possible, then, that the three documents Knossos #059.d and Mallia #108 and #112 concern the same transaction, but from two viewpoints, that of the contributor (Mallia, sending out 10) and that of the receiver (Knossos, receiving 11)? This suggestion receives some support from the two signgroups recorded in the "problem" (points 3 & 4). 3) cB1. ] ]031-021-061, the heading to the problem, appears on sealstones from Mallia Mu, and may be related to Linear A words found only on documents at Petras and Zakros; the signgroup, then, may related to Mallia and/or areas to the east. 4) dA3. <[ 092-036[, the signgroup that accompanies the tallied commodities is one that seems to relate to the Mallia area; see Notes to Signgroups II. Graphic summary of #059 target payment made/due payment due/made balance surplus/due the "problem" 440 total: 430 actual receipt? 2300 total: cB: [10 dA: 11 aA: aB: < 40 > 400[ bA-B: ]130 cA: ]300[ 6 ]vvvvv[ = 5 ] 11 balance present? tallied amounts? total

#060. KN Hh (HM 1295 [SM I, P102]), bar with 4 faces [pierced from a -> c] (1.6 x [4.2] x 1.6 cm) side a b c d inscription X vacat X vacat
*

transnumeration [ •[ X 028-049-041-003[ vacat X 009-054-061-•[ vacat

Comments Knossos Document Set 1A?+3?. a: The complete signgroup recurs as X X 028-049-041-003 (#053.aA), and probably as ]X [ ]X 028-049[ (#012), 070028-041 (#133), and 028-041[ (#102). The first two signs in the signgroup recur fairly frequently as a common variation on 056-070 KU-RO (see Notes to Sign 028, and Transaction Terms). Notes to Sign 028 suggest that the signgroup may actually consist of two signgroups: [ 028-049 041-003[. c: CHIC: 009 over an erasure. * c: Signgroup 009-054-061 is probably a variation on variant for 042; see Notes to Signs 018 and 012, App. XII. Sign

042-054-061 A-DE (see Notes to Signgroups X), since 009 is a spelling 061 spans the entire height of the row and thus to end the signgroup. Again, [ 028-049 041-003[ and then aB: ]•

* then, there are two signgroups here: •[ 009-054-061 •[; document #053 gives aA: ]•-058-031-056, perhaps also the second signgroup here.

JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side c a b, d inscription X
*

•[ [

transnumeration X 009-054-061 •[ X 028-049 *041/*163 *151[ vacant

normalization A-DEvacant •[ KU2-RO3 TELA VIR3

X vacant

Compare c: Linear A: A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (see Notes to Signgroups X) q: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. VINa+WA (HT 27b.1, b.5)

#061. KN Hh (HM 1297 [SM I, P110]), bar with 4 faces (pierced end missing) (1.8 x [3.5] x 1.8 cm) As on the bar side a b c d e CHIC normalizes inscription ] ]• ]• [ ] | ]
*

1 | 1 | X
*

1 1 1 1

transnumeration ]023-032 1 | 042-056-031 1 ]•-034-056 1 | X 037-011-029 1 ]• [ ] | 070-019-009 1 ]092-049 1 | 034-056 019-049 1 056-070-070 12

1 | 12

side a1 a2 b1 b2 c1 c2 d1 d2 e

inscription ] ]• X ]• [ ] |
*

1 | 1 1 | 1 1 1 | 1 12

transnumeration ]023-032 1 | 042-056-031 1 ]•-034-056 1 | X 037-011-029 1 ]• [ ] | ]• [ ] | 070-019-009 1 ]092-049 1 | 034-056 019-049 1 056-070-070 12

]

*

Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily selected. Transaction Documents, I: Simple Totals. * Of the 7 preserved signgroups here, 3 are hapax legomena: a1, ] ]023-032; a2, 042-056-031 (but see below); and d1, ] ]092049. The other 4 signgroups have parallels, and probably represent common words (places or persons, or classes of persons) in the Knossos archive. b1: for ]• ]•-034-056, see Notes to Signgroups XVIII, suggesting the following restoration: 092-057 034-056, RU-KI TA-KU or 057-034-056, KI-TA-KU, which appears only on seals. Notes to Signgroups XIV, suggests that TA-KU may be a transaction term (and in d2). b2: the signgroup recurs (in variation) on Knossos documents #042, #057, and on MA #072.a (see Notes to Sign 029); cf. #148, two noduli also from Mallia Mu. d2: for 034-056-019-049, see Notes to Signgroups XVIII, suggesting two signgroups: 034-056 019-049 TA-KU SA-RO2; for SA-RO2, see Notes to Signgroups II, probably a toponymn, probably near or at Mallia. a2: for the signgroup 042-056-031, compare 042-056-035 (#119.l.i), and see Inflection Sequence 6. Alternatively, the signgroup could be a metathesis for 042-031-056; compare ]• ]� -058-031-056 (#053.aB) and 070-031-056 (#307.c, authenticity doubted). * c2. for the signgroup 070-019-009, compare 042-019-070-009 (#222), which, since 042 and 009 are both initials, should be read 042-019 009-070; and compare X 042-019-031 (#301.d), >< 042-070-038 (#163), and [ >< 042-070[ (#168). Also see Notes to Signgroups II, which, along with the fact that 009 is an initial, suggests that the signgroup here is to be read retrograde: 009-019-070. d. CHICH: Trace in the break. e: inscriptions on the end of the bar, face e, recur twice: #053e lists personnel VIR2 among whom rations are to be distributed (or to which VIN is to be added) at a ratio of 1:30, and #054e gives the only modified or named contribution towards an assessment. The inscription here (#061e) presents the total of the items listed. For the signgroup 056-070-070, compare 049-070-070 (#167) on a sealstone impressing #013; and see Transaction Terms. Simple List It is tempting to restore this bar according to the apparent total at the end, listing twelve items, probably personnel from places or persons. The extant bar itself would then preserve two-thirds of the items and itself would be about half-preserved (restored L. ca. 6 cm). Also assuming that most of the signgroups in the missing sections would be trisyllabic, we may restore it as follows. JGY normalizes a0. [••• b0. [••• c0. [••• d0. [••• e. 1 1 1 1 12 a1. •]023-032 1 b1. 092-]057 034-056 c1. ••]• 1 d1.•]092-049 1 12 a1. ]TU-RE 1 b1. RU-]KI TA-KU c1. ••]• 1 d1. ]RU-RO3 1 12 a2. A-KU-RE 1 b2. Rv-SI-MA 1 c2. A2-SA-RO 1 d2. TA-KU SA-RO3 a2. 042-056-031- 1 b2. X 037-011-029 1 c2. 009-019-070 1 d2. 034-056 019-049 1 a1. •] b1. -] c1. ••]• 1 d1.•]
* *

*

1 1 1

a2. b2. X c2. d2.
*

1 1 1 1

a0. [••• 1 b0. [••• 1 c0. [••• 1 d0. [••• 1 e. 056-070-070 a0. [••• 1 b0. [••• 1 c0. [••• 1 d0. [••• 1 e. KU-RO-RO

1

1

1

Compare a1: Linear A: A-TU-RI-SI-TI (Kn Zb 5), TU-RU-SA (KO Za 1b-c), ]SI-TU-RA2/RI-RE a2: Linear A: A-KA-RA/U (PE Zb 3; HT 2.1; HT 86a.1), A-KI-RO (ARKH 4b.4) b1: Linear A: A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2), JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (ARKH Zf 9) b2: Linear A: RI-SU-MA-NU-WI (HT 115a.1-2, 6), ]RI-SU-MA (HT 81.2) c2: Linear A: A-SA-RA2 (HT 89.1), RO+SE (HT 93a.1), RO-SI-RA (ZA 9.3-4) d1: Linear A: DU-RA-RE/DU-*314-RE (KN Zc 7; KO Za 1b-c), KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003), MI-RU-TA-RA-RE (HT 117a.4-5), QA-*118-RA-RE (HT 96b.1-2), RE-RO (HT Wc 3012b), RU-RA2 (HT 11b.1), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5), SA-RA-RA (HT 30.3), ]MA+RU-RE (KH 43.1)

d2: Linear A: SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-18, 1027a+g, 1028a+g); SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II) e: Hieroglyphic: KU-RO-RO2 (#298.a), & KU2-RO3-RO3 (CHIC #011.g; #059.aA1); Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#062. KN Hh (HM 1289 [SM I, P118]), bar with 4 faces [-->] (pierced end missing) (3.2 x [6.3] x 3.4 cm) As on the bar side a bA bB cA cB dA dB inscription ] * ]140 ]• ]30 ] * ]540 ]
*

X

transnumeration ]054-061 X 042-034-049 ]140 ]•-054-061 ]30 ]042-054-061 ]540 ]042-054-061

CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 bA bB cA cB dA dB inscription ]
*

transnumeration ]054-061 X 042-034-049 ]140 ]•-054-061 ]30 ]042-054-061 ]540 ]042-054-061

X ]140 ]• ]30 ] * ]540 ]
*

Comments Knossos Document Set 1A. CHIC rejects Bennett's idea (1958: 37-38) that #062 & #063 belonged together. Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a: CHIC: half of the face to the right is over an erasure. a1, bB, cB, dB: See Notes to Signgroups X. * a2: see Notes to Signgroups III.C. See 042-034-007-040 (#070) from Mallia. bB: CHIC: ] 042-054-061 not impossible. cB: CHIC: mark before 042. dA: CHIC: ]541 if the mark at lower left is not the mark of a string. JGY normalizes side a1 a2 bB+A cB+A dB+A inscription ] X ] ] ]
* * * *

transnumeration ]054-061 X 042-034-049 ]140 ]30 ]540 ]042-054-061 ]140 ]042-054-061 ]30 ]042-054-061 ]540

A-]DE X A-TA-RO3 ]A-DE ]A-DE ]A-DE ]140 ]30 ]540

Compare a1, bB+A, cB+A, dB+A: Linear A: A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (see Notes to Signgroups X) a2: Linear A: A-TA-RE (ZA 8.1), A-TI-RU (ZA 4a.3); U-TA-RO (HT 116a.1)

#063. KN Hh (HM 1302 [SM I, P117]), bar with 4 faces [-->] (pierced end missing) (3.5 x [5.1] x (1.9) cm) As on the bar side inscription a1 ] >< | 105[ a2 ] 3 | [ * b1 ] >< 20 [ ] | [ ] b2 deest c deest d1 deest d2 ] [ >< CHIC normalizes a1 a2 b1 ] ] [ ]
*

transnumeration ]006-057-092 | 105[ ]041-006 3 | 044-049[ >< 20[ ]057-053 >< 20[ ] | [ ]049-061 >< 20[ deest deest deest ]053-006[ ><

| 105[ | 3 | >< 20 [ ] |

]006-057-092 ]041-006 044-049[ ]057-053 >< 20 [ ] | 105[ | 3 |

b2, c, d1 d2

[ ] desunt ]

>< [ ><

20[

[ ]049-061 >< desunt ]053-006[ ><

20[

Comments CHIC rejects Bennett's idea (1958: 37-38) that #062 & #063 belonged together. Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a1, b1: CHIC: serious problems in the reading. a1: CHIC: mark before ]006-057-092; 5 written over an erasure. a1: see Notes to Sign 041, and Notes to Signgroups XII. d2: for parallelism, this should be read retrograde. Transaction Document The bar follows the "Balance Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents") Graphic summary of #063 target amount 105 paid KO-RO3 2, 20, 40 = 62 owed KI-RU 3, 20, 20 = 43

JGY normalizes
a1 a2 b1 d2 b2, c, d1 | ] desunt < > [ ] < ]
*

| > 3 | < > 20 [ ] [ | ] 40] [ 2]

105[ 041-]006 057-092 | ]041-006 <057-092> 3 | 20[ ] 041-006] 057-<092> ] 041-]006 <057-092> desunt *053 20[ *053[ 20 044-049[ 2] [044-]049-061 20[ 044-049 40]

105[ WA] NWA KI-RU | 105 WA NWA <KI-RU> 3 | KO-RO3[ 2 WA NWA] KI<-RU> JA 20 | [KO-]RO3 20 WA] NWA <KI-RU> JA [20 | [KO-RO3 40 desunt

#064. KN Hh (HM no. ?), bar with 4 faces (1.5 x [1.3] x 1.5 cm) side a b c d inscription ]2030[ ] vacat ? [ ] vacat ? [ ]1102[ transnumeration ]2030[ ] vacat ? [ ] vacat ? [ ]1102[

Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled.

#065. KN Hh (HM 1294+1300 [SM I, P111 + P114]), bar with 4 faces (unpierced) (6.8 x 1.3 x 1.3 cm) As on the bar side inscription a X b X 1 c d 2 1
*

1 X 300 32 1 X

1
*

transnumeration X 072-049-071-050-005-063 1 X 047-053 1 1 X 092-031 1 042 *161 Θ *161 300 *152 1 *156 2 Δ *180 32 *152 1 X 033-047 *178 Δ 072-049 1 *158 Δ *167 Θ *155 Δ Θ

CHIC normalizes side a b inscription X X X 1 1 1 300
*

transnumeration X 072-049-071-050-005-063 X 047-053 X 092-031 *175 *161 *161 089 *152
*

1 1 1 Θ 300 1 2 Λ 32 1 Δ 1 Δ Θ ΔΘ

1 2 32 1

c-d

X d 1

033-047 072-049

*156 *180 *152 *178 *158 *167 *155

Comments Knossos Document Set 3. The bar is not pierced. a: for the signgroup, 072-049 KA-RO3, see Transaction Terms; the second signgroup, 071-050-005-063, probably recurs on #066.a. b: CHIC: X 092-031 1 is written right-to-left, perhaps over an erasure; 089 written over an erasure? b1: for the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups II, which suggests that it may be an abbreviation for 036-092-031; it recurs on #067.c2, and may be part of the primary heading there too. b2: the signgroup *175 *161 may be a mistake for 042-054 as on #062; if so it would eliminate the odd repetition of *161 and could function as a transaction term parallel to what seems to be a transaction term in b4, q.v. A comparison with #066.d2, however, affirms CHIC's reading. b4: 089 recurs only in 441 089-044 *156 441 -KO VIN 441 (#047.b). It is tempting to restore 044 here too, especially since the following sign *152 BOS is so awkwardly drawn (compare the drawn Linear A signs 390-91 & 403) and since *152 BOS is repeated * (#065.c); if so, the begining of this list would resemble the list on #047.b. If so, then, the signgroup 089-044 could function like a heading or * transaction term for the remainder of the list, as if 089-044 were a version of 044-049; this would then parallel what may have been intended in b2, q.v. c: CHIC: the fraction Δ is incised on face d. JGY normalizes side inscription
a X X b X 1 1 1

transnumeration
X 072-049-071-050-005-063 X 047-053 X 092-031 *175 *161 300
*

normalization
1 1 1 Θ 300 1 2 32 1 Δ 1 *158 *167 *155 Δ Θ ΔΘ A*47-QE RU2 KA-RO3 OLE? *167 FIC 1 Δ = 1/3 Θ = 1/6 ΔΘ = 1/3+1/6 = 1/2 Λ KA-RO3 QE-JA RU-RE A *161 *161 TI-Rv-PA 1 1 1 Θ = 1/6 300

*161 089 *152
*

1 2 32 1

089 BOS 1 VIN *180 BOS 2 Λ = 2 1/2 32 1 Δ = 1/3

c-d

*156 *180 *152 033-047 *178 072-049

X d 1

Commodity List There may be as many as four separate lists here, each with its own primary or secondary heading. Bar #066 records most of the same commodities and signgroups. Some Linear A tablets present several lists of commodities, each with its own totaling word: 2 (on different sides of the tablet: HT 11 [KU-RO] 2 on one side: HT 25b [KU-RO], HT 39 [KU-RO?], HT 88 [KI-RO, KU-RO]), HT 127b [KU-RO, KU, KU-RO]; 3 on two sides: HT 94a [KA-PA, KU-RO] & b [KI-RO, KU-RO], HT 110a [KU-PA, KU-RO] & b [KU-RO], HT 122a [KU-RO] & b [KU-RO, PO-TOKU-RO]) several on both sides: HT 123a [KU-RO, KI-RO] & b [KU-RO, KI-RO] A comparison between this document and #066 (see below) reveals that the commodities on faces b-d are assessments, while face d records, as it says, La KA-RO3 "actual payments," which are less than assessed (#066.a). Taken as a continuous sequence, all the commodities are listed according to the conventional order (see Younger, Review). The total 340 * 3 3 plus the following values for the fractions ( * = 1/2, = 1/3, = 1/6) yields a total 342. The way "FIC 1/2" is written on d4 ( =1/3+1/6) looks wrong since the normal sign for 1/2 ( ) is probably recorded on c1; but it actually is correct, for on #066a.3 FIC is recorded as assessed at "1/2" ( ). The odd way of recording 1/2 on #065.d4 possibly reflects how the assessment was paid, in 2 batches of 1/3 and 1/6 unit. Compare a1a: Linear A: "actual payment;" cf. KA-RU (HT 75.1; HT 97a.1) a1b: Linear A: A-RI-PA (PE 2.3), -NA (ZA Zb 3), DA-RO-PA (HT 38.2), *079-PI (KN Wc 26b) * a2: Hieroglyphic: (#063.b1, ?d2); Linear A: KO-JA (HT 119.2), ]-JA-QE (KN Za 17) b1: Linear A: RU-RA2 (HT 11b.1), RE-RO (HT Wc 3012) c4: Linear A: ]-JA-QE (KN Za 17), JA-QIf (HT 28a2, b4), KA-QA (PK 1.1)

#066. KN Hh (HM 1292 [SM I, P112]), bar with 4 faces (unpierced) ([5.4] x 1.3 x 1.3 cm) As on the bar side a b c d inscription ] ] ] ] 12 1 transnumeration ]ΛΔ *167 ΛΘ *155 Λ ]029 ]005-063 1 ]*182 12 *161 Θ

CHIC normalizes side inscription a transnumeration ] *167 ]ΛΔ ]ΛΘ

*155 b c d ] ] ] 1 12 ]029 ]005-063 1

*182 12 *161 Θ

Comments Knossos Document Set 3. CHIC marks this not pierced; JGY: but one end is not entirely preserved, and it could have been pierced. c: The signgroup recurs on #065.a1, and probably is the primary heading here too. Commodity List A comparison with #065 (see below) reveals the arrangement for #066 (face c->d->b->a), and suggests that the commodity on a1 was *158. The comparison with #065 reveals that the two commodities on face d, , were written in reverse order from the conventional order; it is possible that the reverse order signfied that these commodities were "owed" (cf. #118, List 2); this would imply that the numbers of these commodities on #065 were assessments. The amounts on #065.d, however, cannot represent assessments, since the counterpart amounts on #066a are equal or more - face a on #066 must record assessments, and face d on #065 must record, as it says, KA-RO3, "actual payments." #066 #065
b. c. ] a1a. a1b. a2. b1. d2. = 1/6 b2. b3. b4. c1. d1. 12 c2. c3. c4. d1. a1. a2. a3. ] = 5/6 d2. = 2/3 d3. d4. 1 = 1/3 = 1/6 = 1/2
* *

1 1 1 = 1/6 300 1 2 32 1 = 1/3
*

= 1/2

JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side
b c d

inscription
] ] ] 1 12

transnumeration
]029 ]005-063 ]*182 *161 1 12 Θ --------]ΛΔ *167 *155 ΛΘ Λ

normalization
]-MA -TI-]-Rv-PA ] 1 12 Θ = 1/6 ----------------OLE] --------]ΛΔ = 5/6 ΛΘ = 2/3 FIC Λ = 1/2

--------a1 a2 a3

---------

---------

--------]

---------

---------

Compare c: Linear A: A-RI-PA (PE 2.3), -NA (ZA Zb 3), DA-RO-PA (HT 38.2), *079-PI (KN Wc 26b)

#067. KN Hh (HM 1299 [SM I, P113]), bar with 4 faces (unpierced) ([3.8] x 1.2 x 1.2 cm) As on the bar side a b c d inscription ] ] 1 1 100 1 transnumeration ]Δ *171 100 *155 ΔΘ *156 1 ] *180 1 ]*152 1 X 092-031 1 X •[

] 1 X X •[

CHIC normalizes side a inscription ] 100 1 1 1 1 transnumeration *171 *155 *156 ] *180 ]*152 X 092-031 X •[ ]Δ 100 ΔΘ 1 1 1

b c d X X •[

] ]

Comments Knossos Document Set 3. CHIC marks this not pierced, but one end is not entirely preserved, and it could have been pierced. c: CHIC: mark of a string after the second 1. d: CHIC: trace of one or two signs. c2: or the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups II, which suggests that it may be an abbreviation for probably is part of the primary heading here too. Commodity List

036-092-031; it recurs on #065.b1, and

The commodities were not listed on #067 according to the conventional order for listing commodities; the faces should be read as CHIC has it: a->b->c->d. A comparison with #065 and with the conventional order for listing commodities suggests that the scribe misplaced *155 FICUS and put the heading (c2 + d) at the end. A comparison between all three documents (see Knossos Set 3A) reveals that #066 and #067 do not overlap (except in *155 FICUS misplaced on #067 and the recording of different amounts of *180 on #066 and #067, the total of which (13) does not account for the total on #065 (32). #067 #065
a1a. a1b. 1 1 1 = 1/6 300
*

d
c2 a1. a2. a4. b. c1.

X •[ X 1 = 1/3 100 1 1 ]
*

a2. b1. b2. b3. b4. c1. c2. c3. c4 d1.
*

1 2 32 1 = 1/3 1 = 1/3 = 1/6 = 1/2
*

= 1/2

1

a1. a2. a3.

]

= 5/6 d2. = 2/3 d3. d4.

JGY normalizes side inscription
a ] 100 1 b c d X X •[ ] ]
*

transnumeration
]Δ *171 *155 *156 ] *180 ]*152 X 092-031 X •[ 1 1 1 1 1 1 100 ΔΘ

normalization
]Δ = 1/3 100 FIC VIN ] X RU-RE X •[ 1 1 ΔΘ = 1/2

BOS 1 1

Compare c2: Linear A: RU-RA2 (HT 11b.1), RE-RO (HT Wc 3012)

#068. KN Hi 01 (HM 1268 [SM I, P120]), tablet (7.3 x 4.9 x 1.2 cm) As on the tablet side r.A r.B v
*

inscription
*

transnumeration
* *

10

5

1

*156 10 *151 5 *175 Π Π Π *153 15 *154 8 Π Π Π vacat

15 vacat

8

CHIC normalizes side inscription * r.A
*

10 5 1 15

transnumeration *156 *151 *175 *153 *154 vacat

10 5 1 ΠΠΠ 15 8 ΠΠΠ

r.B v

* *

8

vacat

Commodity List. The commodities follow the conventional order. From the numbers, the document presents 2 lists of ratios:

: +

:

=2:1 =2:1

The document could therefore list rations, with the personnel sign *151 functioning as a unit: "for every 5 there should be the following commodities ..." (in Linear A, PE 1 gives the ratio VIR:GRA at 1:2, and on HT 28 & 114, the ratio VINa:GRA:OLE+BOS = 1:1). *151 VIR3 amounts proportion JGY normalizes side r.A inscription
* *

*175 A 1 ΠΠΠ = 1 3/4 0.350

*154 OLIV 8 ΠΠΠ = 8 3/4 1.750 10 2

*156 VIN

*153 GRA 15 3

5 unit = 1.000

10 5 1 15

transnumeration *156 *151 *175 *153 *154 vacat

10 5 1 ΠΠΠ 15 8 ΠΠΠ

VIN VIR3 A GRA OLIV vacat

10 5 1 ΠΠΠ = 1 3/4 15 8 ΠΠΠ = 8 3/4

r.B v

* *

8

vacat

#069. KN Hi 02 (HM -), tablet ([1.7] x [1.7] x 0.6) side r.1 r.2 inscription ]• •[ ] * [ infra mutila supra mutila v JGY normalizes r.1 ]• •[ ]•-073-•[ •-KU3-• ] [ transnumeration ]•-073-•[ ]073-070[ >< infra mutila supra mutila ]038[

r.2 ] * [ ]073-070[ >< ]KU3-RO[ infra mutila infra mutila infra mutila supra mutila supra mutila supra mutila v ] [ ]038[ ]JA[ Compare r2.: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

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Hieroglyphic Sealstones and Seal Impressions
a web edition with commentary
inaugural date: 2 January 2005; last update: 15 May 2012

Notes For best viewing results, widen this webfile to at least 25 cm. In the commentary (not in the headings), CHIC documents (numbers preceded by #) in bold (e.g., #225) are sealstones or impressions. In the "normalizations" (phonetic readings) suggested below, the phonetic identifications of the Hiero signs are based on Notes on the Signs, a separate study of the individual signs, their resemblances to Linear A/B signs and the patterns of their use in Hiero. The phonetic values of signs in black are considered certain; those in red are considered probable; and those in green are considered possible. With green values, sometimes only the consonant is guessed and the syllable is then rendered as in the following Kv. A raised asterisk after the syllabogram indicates the reading is doubtful (e.g.,
*

), similarly for the underlined transnumeration and normalization (e.g., 042 A).

CHIC uses scroll brackets {} to enclose what they see as meaningless decoration. JGY often reads them as meaningful and incorporates them into the inscription. In this catalogue the seals in CMS VI (Ashmolean Museum) present their sides in the CHIC order but number them according to the CMS publication (except CMS VI 102, whose sides are not individually treated).

SEAL IMPRESSIONS (#123-#179), SEALSTONES (#180-#331), AND ADDITIONS SINCE CHIC

SEAL IMPRESSIONS
#123 KN Imp Cres (CMS II 8.90) on HMs 172 (Crescent, #027) impression >< transnumeration 092-058 ><

Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the crescent. For the signgroup, cf. ] * ]070-058[ on #055. #123 in AB values signgroup >RU-PU <PU-RU Linear A A-RI-PA (PE 2.3), A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2), RU-PI[]-*305-MI (PE 2.2) PU-RA2 (HT 28b.3-4; HT 117a.2), ]PU2-RA2 (ZA 6.6), ]PU2-RE-JA (ZA Zb 34)

#124 KN Imp Cres (CMS II 8.89) on HMs 206 (Crescent, #013) with #167 impression >< #124 in AB values signgroup RO2-MA-MA Linear A cf. NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319 (HT Zd 155) transnumeration X 040-029-029 ><

#125 KN Imp Dir-Obj (CMS II 8.84) on HMs 657 (direct-object sealing; JW: "molar" [OJA 7 (1988) 25]) impression * 0 transnumeration 042-052-034-045 0

Comments See Notes to Sign Groups: Appendix X. Since 042 is always initial, it is the order of the rest of the signs that is in doubt. JGY normalizes * 042-052-045-034 or possibly 042-034-045-052

* #125 in AB values signgroup A-NE-ZE-TA or A-TA-ZE-NE

Linear A

#126 MA/M Imp DoN on HMs 1052 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu V 5, SE corner impression X >< transnumeration X 036-047-009-056-062 ><

Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the nodulus. For the signgroup, 009-056, see Notes to Signgroups App. XXXII, which suggests a separation here. #126: JGY normalizes, beginning with sign 009, and reading counterclockwise; the initial X may be misleading, as the Linear A parallel to the complete group of signs strongly suggests: X #126 in AB values signgroup A2-KU-NA X SA2-QE 009-056-062 X 036-047 Linear A A-KA-NU-ZA-TI (KN Zc 7)

#127 MA/M Imp DoN on HMs 1053 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu V 5

impression >< Comments The signgroup also appears on MA/M #171; cf. #127 in AB values signgroup >NA-RO2 <RO2-NA Linear A

transnumeration 062-040 ><

042-040-049 0 (MA/M #129).

NI-RA (HT 23b.1)

#128 MA/M Imp DoN on HMs 1057 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu III 3b impression * 0 transnumeration 008-053-017 0

Comments Mallia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions CHIC: 3 holes (made by the stylus?) between the signs. For the signgroup, compare >< 053-008 >< (#187); since goes either forward or backwards. JGY normalizes * or * 008-017-053 #128 in AB values signgroup <A3-JA-AU >A3-AU-JA 008-053-017

008 is an initial only (see Notes to Signs), the signgroup begins with that sign and

Linear A <A-JA (SY Za 2d); cf. A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA (O Za 2.1; IO Za 3; IO Za 4?; IO Za 7; KO Za 1a; PK Za 12.a; SY Za 2a; SY Za 3; TL Za 1a)

#129 MA/M Imp DoN on HMs 1079 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu III 14, NW corner impression 0 Comments See Inflection Sequence 5a3. Compare 042-040-053 072-041 (#309.b) [ X 036-040-049[ (#191) >< 062-040 >< (127, #171) transnumeration 042-040-049 0

X

Since

042 is an initial, the signgroup begins with that sign and goes either forwards or backwards.

JGY normalizes 042-040-049 or 042-049-040 #129 in AB values signgroup Linear A <A-RO2-RO3 A-RU-RA-[•] (HT 11a.1) >A-RO3-RO2

#130 MA/M Imp DoN on HMs 1087 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu III 17 impression *0 transnumeration 052-054-038 0

JGY normalizes (according to the Linear A parallels, below) * 038-054-052 #130 in AB values signgroup <NE-Dv-JA Dv-JA-NE JA-NE-Dv >JA-Dv-NE Dv-NE-JA NE-JA-Dv

Linear A

A-DI-NE[ (KH 83.1), A-DU-NI-TA-NA (ARKH 5.1); cf. A-DU (HT 85a.1; HT 86a.4: HT 88.1: HT 92.1-2; HT 95b.1; HT 99a.1: HT 133.1-2; ZA Wc.a1-2); WADU-NI-MI (HT 6b.1-2; HT 85b.4-5)

#131 MA/M Imp DoN on HMs 1101 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu IV 13, NW corner impression transnumeration 036-092

#131 in AB values signgroup SA2-RU Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III)

#132 on HM no. unknown (jug handle [III/329]); from one of the ateliers impression X 0 transnumeration X 008-056-070 0

Comments For A3-KU-RO, cf. #132 in AB values signgroup A3-KU-RO

022-056-070-061 VIR4 KU-RO-

(#071) and something similar on #059.dB.

Linear A KU-RO ("balance," "total"), A-KI-RO (ARKH 4b.4)

#133 PYR Imp Pot on HMp 1096 (vase handle) impression {curved object} 0 Comments The "decoration" is a curved object, perhaps a dolphin and perhaps related to 026 or 003. For the signgroup, see Notes to Sign 028: a slight variation of this signgroup recurs on documents. Compare: [ 028-049-041-003[ (#053.aA, #060.a) [ 028-041[ (MA/P #102) JGY normalizes 028-070 041-003 #133 in AB values signgroup KU2-RO TELA VIR4 Linear A KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. TELA+KU & TELA+*312 (HT 39.3 & .4) transnumeration 070-028-041 {curved object} 0

#134 KN Imp S-HN on HMs 159 (S-HN), from Kamares Pit (MM IA context) impression transnumeration 042-019

Comments CHIC: Undoubtedly part of A-SA-SA-RA-NE #134 in AB values signgroup A-SA<-SA-RA>

042-019-019-095-052 vel sim.

Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#135 SAM Imp Round: CMS VS 1B 326 on Sam. M MB/EE 7 (roundel) impression transnumeration 042-019

Comments CHIC: 4 identical impressions on the roundel. CHIC: Undoubtedly part of A-SA-SA-RA-NE #135 in AB values signgroup A-SA<-SA-RA>

042-019-019-095-052 vel sim. (cf. Matsas 1991, p. 171-172).

Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#136 SAM Imp Round: CMS VS 1B 325 on Sam. M MB/EE 775k (roundel) impression transnumeration 042-019

Comments CHIC: 4 identical impressions on the roundel, and 4 other impressions that are not Hieroglyphic, of which 3 are different (CMS V, Suppl. 1B, 322324). CHIC: Undoubtedly part of A-SA-SA-RA-NE 042-019-019-095-052 vel sim. #136 in AB values signgroup A-SA<-SA-RA> Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#137 SAM Imp DoN: CMS VS 1B 327 on Sam. M MB/EE 769 (nodulus, DoN) impression transnumeration 042-019

Comments CHIC: Linear A (?) inscription of 3 signs engraved on one of the other two faces. CHIC: Undoubtedly part of A-SA-SA-RA-NE 042-019-019-095-052 vel sim. #137 in AB values signgroup A-SA<-SA-RA> Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#138 ZA Imp Doc: CMS II 7.215 on HMs 35/1-3 (2SSN document sealing) impression X {shell, arcs} transnumeration X 044-005

#138 in AB values signgroup KO-Rv Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed")

#139+#156 KN Imp DoN: CMS II 8.80 & 74 (respectively) on HMs 107 (nodulus, DoN) #139 impression X #156 impression X transnumeration X 009-056-061 transnumeration X 009-077-013-020

Comments Knossos Document Set 2. #139. The signgroup also occurs incised on #003.g. #156. The signgroup also occurs incised on #018.a; also see Inflection Sequence 6b. #139 in AB values signgroup #139. A2-RU2-MU2-AI #156. A-KULinear A JA-RU-MA-NE (PH 7a.3), JA-RE-MI (HT 87.3) JA-KU (MA 2b.2), JA-KU-TI (KN 1a.1-2)

#140 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.64 on HMs 174 (crescent) impression { } transnumeration 044-{013}-005

Comments CHIC: The impression appears on crescent #018, q.v., and with impression #158. CHIC: The signgroup appears in both impressions on the crescent and is also incised on the crescent's face g. The combination 044-005 with an intervening or extra sign/pattern is common (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII).

JGY normalizes 044-005 *152 #140 in AB values signgroup KO-Rv BOS Linear A ~KI-RO BOS ("owed"); cf. HT 30

#141 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.86 on HMs 182 (crescent, #023) impression {quadruped} >< Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the crescent. #141 in AB values signgroup PA-RE quadruped Linear A PA-RA (HT 128a.1), PA-RA (PH 5a.3); cf. PA-RA-NE (HT 115a.4) transnumeration 063-031 {quadruped} ><

#142 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.75 on HMs 191 (crescent, #024) impression 0 Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the crescent. #142 in AB values signgroup <RA4-PA3-Rv PA3-Rv-RA4 Rv-RA4-PA3 >Rv-PA3-RA4 PA3-RA4-Rv RA4-Rv-PA3 Linear A transnumeration 018-039-005 0

A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2)

#143 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.81 on HMs 194 (crescent, #025) impression -• > Comments CHIC: for •, transnumeration 042-• ><

020 is rather difficult.

#143 in AB values signgroup A-• Linear A

#144 KN Imp Cres : CMS II 8.77 on HMs 198 (crescent, #028) impression ] Comments CHIC: the impression appears on #028. #144 in AB values signgroup ]KO-Rv Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed") transnumeration ]044-005

#145 KN Imp Cres : CMS II 8.78 on HMs 200 (crescent, #020) impression { } transnumeration 044-005

Comments The combination 044-005 with an intervening or extra sign/pattern is common (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII).

JGY normalizes 044-005 *153 GRA #145 in AB values signgroup KO-Rv GRA Linear A ~KI-RO GRA ("owed"); cf. HT 15

#146+#147 KN Imp Cres : CMS II 8.87 and 88 on AM 1938.940 (crescent, not in CMS VI) #146. impression *[ >< transnumeration 011[ ><

#147. impression { } transnumeration 044-005

Comments The combination 044-005 with an intervening or extra sign/pattern is common (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). For the association of KI-RO with logogram SI, see HT 30 & 34. JGY normalizes #146. *[ >< 011[ >< #147. 044-005 *175 #146 & #147 in AB values signgroup #146. SI2 [ #147. KO-Rv A Linear A logogram; cf. HT 30; HT 34 ~KI-RO A ("owed"); cf. HT 37

#148 MA/M Imp DoN: II/268+267 on HMs 1054 & 1055 (noduli, DoN); both noduli from Mu III 3b impression >< transnumeration 011-038-016 ><

Comments a: The signgroup recurs (in variation) on Knossos documents #042, #057, #061, #072 (see Notes to Signgroups, Appendix I, and the Hieroglyphic Grid, notes to sign 029). Also see Notes to Sign 11, the "Anagram," and cf. * >< 011-038-029 >< (#072.a). #148 in AB values signgroup >SI2-JA-KI <KI-JA-SI2 Linear A A-SI-JA-KA (HT 28a.1, b.1, heading) cf. JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (ARKH Zf 9)

#149 MA/M Imp Misc No: II 280 on HMs 1090 (misc. nodule; Hallager II); fromMu East Fill impression transnumeration 031-021-061

Comments The signgroup recurs on another sealstone from Mallia Mu #197, and on a Knossos clay document, ] Knossos documents 049-021-061 (#050.d), and ] ]049-061 (#063.b1). #149 in AB values signgroup RE-PI-

]031-021-061 (#059.cB1); cf.

Linear A A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2), and RU-PI[]-*305-MI (PE 2.2) & A-RI-PA (PE 2.3)

#150 MA/M Imp Pot: II/288 on MASM 70 M/H 457 (Anse d'amphore); from Mu ? impression transnumeration 044-049

#150 in AB values

signgroup KO-RO3

Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#151 PH Imp Doc: CMS II 5.239 on HMs 733 (1SSN? document sealing), Vano 25 impression >< transnumeration 042-053 ><

Comments CHIC: 3 identical impressions on the sealing. CHIC: This is the sole inscription in Phaistos's "Deposito delle cretule." Phonetically, this signgroup, A-JA, may be a spelling variant on (#154, #224.a, #276.a, and #310.d.). In appearance, this signgroup may be a variant, using another vessel form, on the fairly common signgroup App. XII. #151 in AB values signgroup A-JA Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2d)

042-054; see Notes to Signgroups,

#152 ZA Imp Doc: CMS II 7.213 on HMs 33 (1SSN document sealing of ZA clay [Hallager 1996, II: 235]) impression >< transnumeration 054-044 ><

Comments In Linear A values, the signgroup (in retrograde) finds a good parallel (KA-DI) on two tablets from Zakros recording contributions of VIN; on ZA 4 "KA-DI" owes its contribution of 3 units of VIN, but is recorded specially on ZA 15 as having paid it. #152 in AB values signgroup > DE-KO < KO-DE Linear A DA-KA (HT WA 1001-5), DA-KI (HT 6b.5) KA-DI (ZA 4a.8 & 15b.1), KU-DA (HT 122a.8)

#153 ZA Imp Doc: CMS II 7.214 on HMs 34 (1SSN document sealing) impression •[ >< Comments CHIC: Perhaps not Hieroglyphic. #153 in AB values signgroup DE-•[ or A-]DE Linear A A-DU transnumeration 054-•[ ><

#154 MA/P Imp Doc on HMs 1403 (1SRN document sealing) impression >< transnumeration 042-038 ><

Comments The same signgroup recurs on #224.a, #276.a, and #310.d; cf. #151. Phonetically, this signgroup, A-JA, may be a spelling variant on #154 in AB values signgroup A-JA Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2d)

(#151).

#155 HT Imp Hang on HMs 556/1-4, 599 & 600 (S-HN dome) impression >< transnumeration 054-010 ><

Comments Phonetically, the signgroup may be related to DA-RI-DA which appears on four HT tablets.

#155 in AB values signgroup >DE-RI <RI-DE Linear A DA-RI-DA (HT 10a.4, 85a.2, 93a.7, 122a.7), DI-RE-DI-NA (HT 98a.2-3)

#156; see #139. KN Imp DiN: CMS II 8.74 on HMs 107 (nodulus, DiN), impressed with both #139 (q.v.) and #156

#157 KN Imp Cres/Doc: CMS II 8.82 on HMs 132 (crescent, on leather), along with 3 impressions (not H): CMS II 8.39, 117 & 353 impression { } transnumeration 044-049

Comments The combination 044-049 with an intervening or extra sign/pattern is common (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). JGY normalizes 044-049-catface CMS II 8.39 (man), 117 (object), & 353 (running deer) #157 in AB values signgroup KO-RO3 MA Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. KU-RU-MA (HT 115b.3), ]KU-MA-RO (HT 96a.5), DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]TA2 (ZA 11a.1)

#158 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.65 on HMs 174 (crescent, #018), along with #140 impression X { *} transnumeration X 044-005

Comments CHIC: Between 044 and 005 appears sign 065; cf. #174 and #278. CHIC: the signgroup 044-005 appears both in the two impressions and incised on face g, q.v. JGY normalizes * 044-005 065 #158 in AB values signgroup KO-Rv * Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed")

#159 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.63 on AM/<HM> 1910.207/<175> (crescent, #005), along with #160 (made by another face of the same prism?) impression ] transnumeration ]044-049

Comments CHIC: Does this impression come from the same seal as impressed #160 ? #159 in AB values signgroup ]KO-RO3 Linear A

#160 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.62 on AM/<HM> 1910.207/<175> (crescent, #005), along with #159 (made by another face of the same prism?) impression ] * >< transnumeration ]028-020-041 ><

Comments CHIC: Does this impression come from the same seal that impressed #159 ? For the signgroup, cf. X #160 in AB values signgroup >]KU2-AI-WA <WA-AI-KU2[ Linear A ]KO-A-DU-WA (TY 3a.6) -A-JA-KU (KN Zf 13)

X 062-020-028 (#303).

#161 KN Imp Cres/T-HN: CMS II 8.83 on HMs 178.b (crescent/T-HN, #007)

impression

transnumeration 044-049

#161 in AB values signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#162 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.67 on HMs 179 (crescent) side g. transnumeration X transnumeration 038-010-031

Comments CHIC: The impression appears on the flat base of the crescent (along with another impression [male head], not Hieroglyphic); the other two sides carry nothing. For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #162 in AB values signgroup JA-RI-RE Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#163 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.68 on HMs 181 (crescent, #022) impression >< transnumeration 042-070-038

Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the crescent. Possibly the same seal impressed #168. For the signgroup, cf. 070-038 (#270.a; doubts about authenticity), and see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #163 in AB values signgroup A-RO-JA Linear A A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3)

#164+#176 KN: HMs 185, Imp Cres/Doc, is impressed with #164 (CMS II 8.79) and #176 (CMS II 8.66). #164, by itself, also impressed HMs 195 (1SRN, document sealing). #164. impression * #176. impression X [ transnumeration X 019-047[ >< transnumeration 038-049-013-077 ><

Comments CHIC: also impression #176 on the crescent, and no incised inscription. #164. See Notes to Signgroups, App. IV.A and Notes to Signs, App. XVII.B. The signgroup may be similar to (#021.g). The signgroup on #164 in retrograde finds a close Linear A parallel. #164 & #176 in AB values signgroup #164. #176. Linear A <JA-RO3-MU2-RU2 SA-QE[

038-017-049-034

]JA-RU-MA-NE (PH 7a.3), JA-RE-MI (HT 87.3) SA-QE-RI (HT 11b.4-5)

#165 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.76 on HMs 192 (crescent, #011), along with #166 impression ] #165 in AB values signgroup ]KO-Rv Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed") transnumeration ]044-005

#166 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.73 on HMs 192 (crescent, #011), along with #165 impression transnumeration 056-047-031

Comments The signgroup ( 056-047-031 [#166]) recurs incised on a document, #032.a1, and in the following variants: 063-047-031 (#052.a2), and 047-070-031 (#058.b1), which also recurs undoubtedly as [ 047-070-031 (#020.d). The occurrence of 061 before 031 on #052.a2 strongly suggests that this last sign is the logogram *174. In #032, both X 056-047 *174 and 057-047-061 occur, suggesting abbreviations for < > 056-<070> and < > 057-<092>; the Linear A parallels for the signgroup here, however, suggests otherwise. JGY normalizes 056-047-031 or 056-047 *174 #166 in AB values signgroup KU-QE-RE KU-QE RE Linear A KE-KI-RU (HT 94b.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 86b.1), QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4-5), QAKU-RE, QE-KU-RE (HT 20.2-3; HT Wc 3017) KA-QA (PK 1.1)

#167 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.71 on HMs 206 (crescent, #013), along with #124; and HMs 1611 (crescent, #015) impression >< transnumeration 049-070-070 ><

Comments The signgroup is a hapax legomenon, but cf. 056-070-070/040 #167 in AB values signgroup RO3-RO-RO Linear A A-RU-RA-[•] (HT 11.1-2), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.5)

#168 KN Imp Cres: CMS II 8.72 on HMs 207 (crescent), along with another on #026 impression [ >< transnumeration 042-070[ ><

Comments Possibly the same seal impressed #163. For the signgroup, see Notes to Signs, App. XVII.G. #168 in AB values signgroup A-RO-[ Linear A

#169 KN Imp DirObj: CMS II 8.69 on AM 1938.1153 b (jar stopper, not in CMS VI), along with #170 impression transnumeration 038-010-031

Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the sealing, perhaps a third. CHIC: Do these impressions come from the same seal that impressed #169 ? For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #169 in AB values signgroup JA-RI-RE Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#170 KN Imp DirObj: CMS II 8.70 on AM 1938.1153 b (jar stopper, not in CMS VI), along with #169 impression transnumeration 044-049

Comments CHIC: 2 identical impressions on the sealing. CHIC: Do these impressions come from the same seal that impressed #169 ? #170 in AB values signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#171 MA/M Imp DoN: II/270 on HMs 1080 (nodulus, DoN); from Mu III 17 impression >< Comments The signgroup also appears on MA/M #127; cf. #171 in AB values signgroup <NA-RO2 >RO2-NA Linear A <NI-RA (HT 23b.1) transnumeration 062-040 ><

0 042-040-049 0 (MA/M #129).

#172 MA/M Imp Cres: II/276-279 on HMs 1083 (along with impression R30: PT 39A, L: dog attacks quadruped), 1084, 1085 & 1088 (crescents), all from Mu III 16 impression >< Comments See Notes to Signs, JGY normalizes < #172 in AB values signgroup <RI-RU-KU2 >KU2-RU-RI Linear A KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003) 028-092-010 transnumeration 010-092-028 ><

028, which suggest that

028 "seems to be (almost?) always an initial, followed, almost invariably, by Rv".

#173 MA/M Imp DirObj: II/283 on HMs 1086 ([door] peg sealing); from Mu III 17 impression transnumeration 057-034-056

Comments See Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV, and Inscriptions on Sealstones. #173 in AB values signgroup KI-TA-KU Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV

#174 PK Imp Pot: HMp 4815 (disk-shaped weight, pierced with 2 holes) impression { } transnumeration 044-005 or 044-{065}-005

Comments CHIC: Between 044 and 005 appears sign 065; cf. #158 and #278. CHIC: An incised double ax (ca 2,5 x 3,2 cm) on the same side of the weight. Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). JGY normalizes *175 044-005 *065 #174 in AB values signgroup Linear A

A KO-Rv

~KI-RO ("owed")

#175 PYR Imp Pot: CMS II 6.231 (amphora handle) impression *-•• >< transnumeration 042-•-019-• ><

Comments CMS provides no drawing and states that only sign 019 is visible, but the drawing in CHIC makes it probable that the first sign is 042. There is room on the seal for only four signs, probably 042-019-019-095 A-SA-SA-RA vel sim. #175 in AB values signgroup A-SA-SA-RA Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#176 -- see #164.

#177 KN Imp DiN: CMS II 8.120 on HMs 354 (nodulus, DiN), along with another impression impression ] transnumeration ]*156

Comments CHIC: Second impression, not Hieroglyphic (CMS II.8.52, cross with a leaf in each quadrant), on the verso. #177 in AB values signgroup ]VIN Linear A VIN (common

#178 KN Imp Doc: CMS II 8.57 on HMs 363 (document sealing?) impression ] * *[ 0 transnumeration ]042-049-050[ 0

#178 in AB values signgroup ]A-RO3-TI[ or ]A-TI[-RO3[ Linear A A-TI-RU (ZA 4a.3), A-TA-RE (ZA 8.1)

#179 KN Imp Doc: CMS II 8.29 on HMs 372 (document sealing?) impression | *[ transnumeration 042-019 | 019-095[

#179 in AB values signgroup A-SA-|-SA-RA[ Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

SEALSTONES
Shapes 3CPr = three-sided prism with circular faces 3EPr = three-sided prism with elliptical faces 4RPr = four-sided prism with rectangular faces amygdaloid = biconvex in section, elliptical faces cushion = biconvex in section, rectangular faces disc = biconvex in section, circular faces Petschaft = lathed stamp signet, 1 face

#180 CR S: HM/Coll. G. 3454 (CMS III 103; Petschaft of steatite)

inscription 0

transnumeration 044-049-050-056 0

Comments CHIC: This may be separated as either 044-049 050-056 or 044-049 056-050. 050 is frequently a terminal (see Notes to Signs), implying that >< 044-049-056-050 is possible. On HT 85.5, 6 TE-KE is followed (one word later) by KU-RO[; KU-TU-KO-RE on ZA 8.2 suggests a reversal of the two pairs of signs (cf. PO-TOKU-RO, which puts KU-RO at the end of a signgroup). JGY normalizes 044-049 050-056 or 056-050-044-049 #180 in AB values signgroup KO-RO3 TI-KU or KU-TI-KO-RO3 Linear A TE-KE ... KU-RO[ (HT 85.5, 6) KU-TU-KO-RE (ZA 8.2)

#181 CR (?) S: CMS VII 255 (Petschaft of green jasper) inscription X transnumeration X 038-010

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #181 in AB values signgroup JA-RI Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#182 CR (?) S: CMS X 53 (Petschaft of a metalliferous material) inscription 0 transnumeration 056-025-029-011 0

Comments See Notes to Signs, App. IIA, suggesting a retrograde reading, but there are 8 possible arrangements, for 4 of which there are Linear A parallels. #182 in AB values signgroup <KU-TE-MA-SI2 TE-MA-SI2-KU MA-SI2-KU-TE SI2-KU-TE-MA >SI2-MA-TE-KU MA-TE-KU-SI2 TE-KU-SI2-MA KU-SI2-MA-TE Linear A

SE-KU-TU (HT 115a.3)

PI-TA-KA-SE (HT 21.1-2); PI-TA-KE-SI (HT 87.2) WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI- (HT Zd 157), ]SA-MA-TI (HT 39.3)

#183 CR (?) S: CMS XII 101 (Petschaft of green jasper) inscription X >< transnumeration X 038-070-011 ><

Comments Notes to Signs, App. IIA, suggests a different order, but Linear A parallels exist for orthograde and retrograde readings. #183 in AB values signgroup <JA-RO-SI2 >SI2-RO-JA Linear A A-RE-SA-NA (THE Zb 2), A-RI-SU (HT 118.3-4) PA-SA-RI-JA, HT 24a.4

#184 CR (?) S: CMS XII 102 (Petschaft of brown jasper) inscription X transnumeration X 044-013-070

Comments Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII); 044-070 may be a variant. JGY normalizes X #184 in AB values signgroup KO-RO BOS Linear A ~KU-RO BOS ("balance," "total"); cf. HT 30 (with KI-RO) X 044-070 *152

#185 S: lost (Petschaft of green jasper, known from a drawing) inscription X >< transnumeration X 070-056-057-011 ><

Comments CHIC: The smaller hieroglyphic signs (049 and 092) (� p. 15) are ordinary filling motifs. M, The arrangement of the signs is circular; for the reading; the X could be just another small filling element. For a retrograde reading, cf. 057-056 (#119.r1, #120.vB). The resemblance between this signgroup and 044-049-050-056 (#180) is striking. JGY normalizes into 4 possibilities 070-056-011-057 or 070-056-057-011 or 056-070 057-011 or 056-070 011-057 #185 in AB values signgroup RO-KU-SI2-KI RO-KU-KI-SI2 KU-RO KI-SI2 KU-RO SI2-KI Linear A A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2), JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (ARKH Zf 9) A-RA-KO-KU-*333- (*333 ~ bull face) (KO (?) Zf 2) Kv-Sv, common ending A-SI-KI-RA (KH 20.2), SU-KI-RI-TA (PH Wa 32; cf. HT Zb 158b)

050-

#186 KALO HORIO S: CMS VI 125 (AM 1938.932; CS no. 138) (Petschaft of burnt silicate) inscription X 0 transnumeration X 028-061-049-047 0

Comments The initial X is minuscule. If 061 is a terminal, the signgroup(s) might be read clockwise from 028. The Linear A parallels may be versions of the same word: HT Wc 3017, a roundel, records QA-KU-RE, DI-*306, CYP+D, *304+PA 5 seal impresions, and HT 94 includes KE-KI-RU, *318-*306, CYP, KA-PA, and a "balance," "total" (KU-RO) 5. JGY normalizes 028-047-049-061 #186 in AB values signgroup KU2-QE-RO3Linear A KE-KI-RU (HT 94b.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 86b.1), QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4-5), QAKU-RE, QE-KU-RE (HT 20.2-3; HT Wc 3017)

#187 MA S: HM/Coll. G. 3344 (CMS III 27; Petschaft of rock crystal) inscription >< Comments For the signgroup, compare JGY normalizes 008-053 #187 in AB values transnumeration 053-008 ><

*

008-053-017 (#128); since

008 is an initial only (see Notes to Signs), the signgroup begins with that sign.

signgroup >A3-JA

Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2.d); cf. A-TA-I-*301-WA-JA (O Za 2.1; IO Za 3; IO Za 4?; IO Za 7; KO Za 1a; PK Za 12.a; SY Za 2a; SY Za 3; TL Za 1a)

#188 MA/Mu S: II/242 (HM 2465; Petschaft of black steatite) inscription * #188 in AB values signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total") transnumeration 044-049

#189 MA/M S: II/243 (HM 2526; Petschaft of black steatite); from Mu IV 8 inscription ] [ >< transnumeration ]042-054[ ><

#189 in AB values signgroup ]A-DE[ Linear A A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (HT 85a.1), JA-DI (PH Wc 39); see Notes to Signgroups, App. XII.

#190 "MESARA" S: CMS IV 131 (Petschaft of brown stone) inscription * >< transnumeration 019-057-029 ><

Comments Compare #038.a: X #190 in AB values signgroup <SA-KI-MA >MA-KI-SA

X 019-077-029, and see Notes to Signgroups, App. XX.

Linear A ]MI-KI-SA-NE (ARKH 1a.6)

#191 MOCHLOS S: CMS II 2.249; Petschaft of blue chalcedony inscription X Comments Compare 0 042-040-049 0 (#129) 042-040-053 072-041 (#309.b) And see Notes for Sign *012, App. XVII, which suggests #191 in AB values signgroup SA2-RO2-RO3[ Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) [ 036-049 040 [. *[* transnumeration X 036-040-049[

#192 <NEAPOLIS> S: CMS VI 126 (AM AE.2327 [metal Petschaft]) inscription X 0 transnumeration X 019-013-040 0

Comments See Inflection Sequence 5a1. And see Notes for Sign *012, App. XVII, which suggests #192 in AB values signgroup SA-RO2 BOS

019-040 *152

Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III)

#193 ZIROS S: CMS VI 124 (AM 1938.936; CS no. 139; Petschaft of green jasper) inscription 0 transnumeration 016-019-056 0

Comments Six combinations are possible, but only the one above has a Linear A parallel. #193 in AB values signgroup <KI-SA-KU Linear A A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2, heading); cf. JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (ARKH Zf 9)

#194 CR S: CMS VI 146 (AM 1938.925; CS no. 140; amygdaloid of "chalcedony") inscription X #194 in AB values signgroup KO-Rv Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed") transnumeration X 044-005

#195 CR (?) S: CMS VII 41 (amygdaloid of green jasper) inscription transnumeration 038-010-031

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #195 in AB values signgroup JA-RI-RE Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#196 GORTIS S: CMS VI 145 (AM 1910.236; CS no. 141; amygdaloid of chalcedony) inscription X { } transnumeration X 019-061

Comments Compare ] ]062-019-061 (#028.g). The "decoration" is a catface. Since 061 is always terminal, the signgroup should read starting with the two outside signs (X JGY normalizes X X 019-catface-061 #196 in AB values signgroup SA-MA-

).

Linear A SA-MA (HT 6b.5-6, 10a.1, 52a.1; ZA 10b.3-4); cf. SA-MA-TI (HT 39.3), SAMA-RO (HT 88.5-6)

#197 MA/M S: II/241 (HM 2390; amygdaloid of black steatite); Mu Bldg B inscription transnumeration X 031-021-061

Comments The signgroup recurs on another sealstone from Mallia Mu #149, and on a Knossos clay document, ] Knossos documents 049-021-061 (#050.d), and ] ]049-061 (#063.b1). #197 in AB values signgroup RE-PI-

]031-021-061 (#059.cB1); cf.

Linear A A-RE-PI-RE-NA (ZA Zb 3.2), and RU-PI[]-*305-MI (PE 2.2) & A-RI-PA (PE 2.3)

#198 MIRABELO S: CMS VI 141 (AM 1938.920; CS no. 132; amygdaloid of chalcedony) inscription >< #198 in AB values signgroup <RO-KU >KU-RO Linear A RO-KE (HT 98a.4) KU-RO ("balance," "total") transnumeration 070-073 ><

#199 MA/M S: CMS II 2.112 (cushion of ivory) inscription [ transnumeration 070[

Comments CHIC: The sealface undoubtedly carried only two signs. JGY: the original signgroup, therefore, was probably the transaction term KU-RO spelled like 056-070 (#118.a1), 028-070 (#133), 047-070 (#286.b), or 073-070 (#198) -- other two-sign signgroups also exist (e.g., 070-038 [#270.a], 006-070 [#268.g], and 070-061 [#298.b]). #199 in AB values signgroup <RO[ >KU-]RO Linear A RO-KE (HT 98a.4) KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#200 MA S: CMS II 2.227 (cushion of sardonyx) inscription * >< transnumeration 029-041-056-038-077 ><

Comments CHIC: 038-077: the sequence of the two signs is not assured. An initial X separates . These two observations lead to several options for reading: 1. < 2. < 3. < 4. < * 029-041-056-038-077, or gt; * * 029-041-056-077-038, or gt; * * 029 X 041-056-038-077, or gt; * * 029 X 041-056-077-038, or * 077-038-056-041-029 038-077-056-041-029 X 077-038-056-041 X 029 X 038-077-056-041 X 029

X X

For orthograde readings of options 2 & 4, the pair of signs, * 056-077 KU-RU2, seems to be terminal: ] * *] 077 042-049-016-016-056-077 ]RU2 A-RO3-KI-KI-KU-RU2 (#112.b) ]• * ]•-056-077 KU-RU2 (#113.b2) * -094-034-056-077 049-038-029 -E-SI-KU-RU2 RO3-JA-MA (#328) This last inscription, #328, provides a comparison with option 4: X * >< 029 X 041-056-077-038 >< * 094-034-056-077-049-038-029 (#328) The best parallel in Linear A, however, is option 2 retrograde, and it suggests separating the signgroup thus: * 038-077 056-041-029 JA-RU2 KU-WA-MA #200 in AB values signgroup 1. <MA-WA-KU-JA-RU2 >RU2-JA-KU-WA-MA 2. <MA-WA-KU-RU2-JA >JA-RU2-KU-WA-MA 3. <MA X WA-KU-JA-RU2 >RU2-JA-KU-WA X MA 4. <MA X WA-KU-RU2-JA >JA-RU2-KU-WA X MA Linear A KO-JA (HT 119.2); A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, 9b.2-3; HT 49a.6); JA+RU (HT 6a.3) A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, 9b.2-3; HT 49a.6); JA+RU (HT 6a.3). KU-RA/U-MU/A (HT 115b.3, 117a.2-3) KO-JA (HT 119.2) -A-JA-KU (KN Zf 13), JA-KU (MA 2b.2)

#201 CR (?) S: CMS XI 73 (cylinder of black steatite) inscription X •• transnumeration X 042-019-•-•

Comments CHIC: to see 019-095 (vel sim.) in this is not entirely impossible. JGY: no, it's impossible. #201 in AB values signgroup A-SA-SA-RA Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#202 ARKH S: CMS II 1.394 (diskoid of ivory), from Phournoi Rm III (MM I context), placed by Yule in his Archanes Script Group, MM IA-IB (Sbonias 1995, 107-13) side a. b. inscription * transnumeration 042-019 019-095-052

#202 in AB values side a.-b. signgroup A-SA-SA-RA3-NE
.a: 042-019; .b: 019-095-052

Linear A A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common)

#203 KN S: CMS VI 13 (AM 1938.929; CS no. 95; discoid of green steatite), placed by Yule in his Archanes Script Group, MM IA-IB (Sbonias 1995, 107-13). side a. b. inscription transnumeration 042-019 019-095-052

#203 in AB values side a.-b. signgroup A-SA-SA-RA3-NE Linear A A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common)

.a: 042-019; .b: 019-095-052

#204 MA/M S: CMS II 3.151 (amygdaloid of brown-olive green steatite) side a. inscription X * transnumeration X 038-034-066

Comments The signgroup may be related to several others; see Notes to Signgroups, App. IVA. #204 in AB values side a. signgroup JA-SI- * Linear A JA-SI (KN Zb 4; cf. PK Za 12c), JA-SI-E (KE Zb 4)

#205 CR S: CMS VII 35 (cushion of agate) side a1. a2. inscription transnumeration 042-019 019-095-052

Comments JGY: a1 and a2 are 2 separate panels divided by a line CHIC: a2: X after 052. #205 in AB values side a1-2. signgroup A-SA-SA-RA3-NE Linear A A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common)

#206 CR S: HM/Coll. G. 3082 (CMS III 149; cushion of agate) CHIC: as on the cushion side a. b. inscription | | | transnumeration *308 | *309 | *307 | *302 *155 | *156 normalization Koppa | San | Σ | &Delta FIC | VIN

Comments CHIC: Cf. #291, #292. JGY adds: KN CMS II 3.23 (below, additions). See Notes to Signgroups, App. XV. JGY normalizes: side b2+a1+a2. b1+a4+a3. inscription transnumeration *156 *308 *309 *155 *302 *307 normalization VIN Koppa San FIC Δ Σ

#207 MA/N S: CMS II 1.420 (half-cylinder of ivory) side a. b. inscription X * *[ transnumeration X 092-073[ 044-049

#207 in AB values side a. b. signgroup RU-KU[ KO-RO3 Linear A RO-KE (HT 98a.4) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#208 AVDOU S: CMS II 2.220 (3EPr of black steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#208 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#209 CR S: HM/Coll. G. 3232 (CMS III 233; 3EPr of olive green steatite) side a. inscription ] transnumeration ]044-049

#209 in AB values side a. signgroup ]KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#210 CR S: HM/Coll. G. 3289 (CMS III 231; 3EPr of olive green steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#210 in AB values side b. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#211 CR S: HM/Coll. G. 3579 (CMS III 232; 3EPr of olive green steatite) side a. inscription X transnumeration X 044-049

#211 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#212 CR S: CMS VI 30 (AM 1910.232; CS no. 72; 3EPr of yellow steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 038-010

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII.

#212 in AB values signgroup JA-RI Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#213 CR S: CMS VI 26 (AM 1938.774; CS no. 97; 3EPr of dark brown steatite) side c. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#213 in AB values side c. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#214 CR S: CMS XI 299 (3EPr of brown steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 038-010

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #214 in AB values side signgroup a. JA-RI Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#215 CR (?) S: CMS VI 29 (AM 1938.748 (CS 73; 3EPr of yellow steatite) side b. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#215 in AB values side b. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#216 CR (?) S: CMS VII 28 (3EPr of creme and green steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#216 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#217 CR (?) S: CMS IX 22 (3EPr of gray-yellow steatite) side b. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#217 in AB values side b. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#218 CR (?) S: CMS IX 23 (3EPr of brownish steatite) side g. inscription transnumeration 038-010-031

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #218 in AB values side signgroup g. JA-RI-RE Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#219 CR (?) S: CMS XI 10 (3EPr of dark brown steatite) side b. inscription X transnumeration 044-049

#219 in AB values side b. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#220 CR (?) S: CMS XI 11 (3EPr of brown steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#220 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#221 CR (?) S: CMS XI 81 (3EPr of light olive green steatite) side b. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#221 in AB values side b. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#222 S: CMS XI 331 (cast of a 3EPr of hard stone) side a. b. inscription dog in PT 15, L >< transnumeration 042-019-070-009 ><

Comments b: CHIC: or >< 042-019-009-070. b: From the arrangement of the signs it is clear that 042-019 belong together and in that order, and that and 009 and 070 also belong together but the order on the seal is not clear - sign 009, however, is always an initial (see Notes to Sign 008), implying two separate signgroups. Compare, however, the signgroup on #061.c which should be read retrograde: < * 009-019-070; and compare X 042-019-031 (#301.d). If the entire signgroup is not some bad spelling error for A-SA-SA-RA, and if the signgroups therefore really are separate, 042019 009-070, there are parallels for the second signgroup: >< 042-070-038 >< #163; and [ >< 042-070[ >< #168. This may imply then that 042-019 is short for A-SA-SA-RA. c: CHIC: face c is missing. JGY normalizes b1. b2. < > 042-019<-019-095> 009-070

#222 in AB values side b1. b2. signgroup A-SA<-SA-RA> A2-RO Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common) A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, 9b.2-3; HT 49a.6)

#223 CR (?) S: CMS XII 83 (3EPr of green steatite) side g. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#223 in AB values side g. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#224 CR (?) S: CMS XII 84 (3EPr of creme steatite)

side a

inscription ] ><

transnumeration ]042-038 ><

Comments a. The same signgroup recurs on #154, #276.a, and #310.d; cf. #151. #224 in AB values side signgroup a. ]A-JA Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2d); cf. A-JA-KU (KN Zf 13), A-JA-[ (PK Za 18), ]A-JA[ (PE Zc 4)

#225 CR (?) S: CMS XII 93 (3EPr of red & burnt agate) side a. inscription >< transnumeration 068-009-011 ><

Comments CMS: "Quasi hieroglyphs". Notes to Sign 068, App. XXIX, suggests that it is a terminal, and Notes to Sign 009 suggest it is an initial; sign separated as a logogram (cf. X X 013-056-068 [#002]). JGY normalizes a. >< 009-068 *011 ><

011 is probably to be

#225 in AB values side a. signgroup =? A2-Rv SI2 Linear A A-RI (PH 6.1, 3), A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, HT 49a.6)

#226 LASITHI S: CMS VI 88 (AM 1910.233; CS no. 99; 3EPr of white steatite) side c. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#226 in AB values side c. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#227 LITHINES S: CMS II 2.277 (3EPr of honey brown steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#227 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#228 <MA> S: Dessins Demargne 1939 (3RPr of greenish steatite) side b. inscription transnumeration 038-010

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #228 in AB values b. JA-RI signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#229 MA S: CMS II 2.230 (3EPr of pale agate) side a. inscription {decoration} transnumeration 036-092

Comments CHIC: A 3rd sign represents a waterbird according to CMS, or, according to SM p. 18 : "a seated human figure (SM no. 2); behind it, some enigmatic lines represent perhaps a palmette."

#229 in AB values side a. signgroup SA2-RU Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III)

#230 S: Photos Chapouthier (3EPr of green steatite) side a. inscription { } transnumeration {073} 044-049

Comments Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). JGY normalizes a. #230 in AB values side signgroup a. KO-RO3 KU Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. HT 39: KU-RO KU; HT 11: KU-RO KA 044-049 *073

#231 MA/M S: CMS II 2.100 (3EPr of yellowish steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#231 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#232 MA/M S: CMS II 2.103 (3CPr of gray green steatite) side a. inscription ] * >< transnumeration ]049 ><

Comments JGY: very likely #232 in AB values side a.

]

* 044-]049

signgroup KO-]RO3

Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#233 MA/M S: CMS II 2.116 (3EPr of clear brown steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#233 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#234 MA/M S: CMS II 2.168 (3EPr of black and orange conglomerate) side a
016 is also possible

inscription ><

transnumeration 017-050 ><

#235 MA/M S: HM 2750 (3EPr of white steatite) side b. inscription X transnumeration 044-049

Comments CHIC: face b broken away. #235 in AB values side signgroup Linear A

a.

KO-RO3

~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#236 MA/V S: CMS II 2.78 (3EPr of dark blackish steatite) side a. inscription X transnumeration X 012-070-048

#236 in AB values side a. signgroup MU-ROLinear A MU-RU (HT 3.4); cf ]MU-RU (HT 46a.1)

#237 MIRABELO S: CMS II 2.269 (3EPr of olive green steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 044-049

#237 in AB values side a. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#238 MOHLOS S: CMS V 25 (3EPr of gray green steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 057-034-056

Comments See Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV, and � 06f. Inscriptions on Sealstones. #238 in AB values side signgroup a. KI-TA-KU Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV

#239 PRESOS S: CMS VI 87 (AM AE.1191; CS no. 70; 3EPr of white steatite) side c. inscription * * transnumeration 038-010-034

Comments CHIC: badly worn; in the center, 036 less than likely. Since the 3rd sign is certainly not , and the signgroup is therefore not 038-017-049-034; cf. Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #239 in AB values signgroup JA-RI-SI Linear A A-RI-SU (HT 118.3-4)

, it may instead more resemble that on #021.g:

#240 SITIA S: HM/Coll. G. 3111 (CMS III 230; 3EPr of "chalcedony") side b. inscription { } transnumeration {001} 044-049

Comments Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). JGY normalizes a. 044-049 *001 #240 in AB values side signgroup a. KO-RO3 VIR Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf KU-RO VIR (HT 25, 27, 85, 88, 89?, 94, 100, 102, 119, 122, 127)

#241 SITIA S: CMS VI 96 (AM AE.1194; CS no. 172; 3EPr of pale cornelian)

side c.

inscription X * *•

transnumeration X 094-036-•

Comments CHIC: These "signs" are very dubious. #241 in AB values signgroup E-SA2-• Linear A

#242 CR S: HM/Coll. G. 3427 (CMS III 227; 3EPr of rock crystal) side a. b. inscription >< transnumeration 056-059 >< 038-010-031

Comments b. For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #242 in AB values side signgroup <KU-MA a. >MA-KU b. JA-RI-RE Linear A -KU-MI-NA, DA-KU-MI-NE, KO-MU, KU-MA-*065, KU-MI-NA-QE, KUMI[, ]KU-MA-RO, ]KI-MI-RA2[, KU-ME-TA ME-KI-DI, MA-KA-I-SE/TA, MA-KA-RI-TE, MI-KI-SE-NA, MI-KA[, ]PU-MA-KU[ signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#243 CR S: CMS XI 12 (3CPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. inscription bird, one wing displayed, stands R, regardant 0 >< transnumeration 006-057-092 0 057-023 ><

Comments b: see Notes to Sign 041, App. VI, which suggests that CHIC's reading is correct; compare: ]X ] 290 ]X 057-092-061 290 (#052.b) 105 ]006-057-092 105[ (#063.a1) 0 006-057-092 0 (#243.b)

There are, however, 6 possible arrangements for the signgroup, and Linear A provides parallels for 3 of these. #243 in AB values side signgroup b. signgroup >NWA-KI-RU KI-RU-NWA RU-NWA-KI <RU-KI-NWA KI-NWA-RU NWA-RU-KI >KI-TU <TU-KI Linear A KA-RO-NA (HT 11a.2), I-KU-RI-NA (HT 90.1) U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI (PK ZA 11) U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI (PK ZA 11) TE-KI (HT 13.3-4, HT 122a.3), TE-KE (HT 85a.5)

<

g.

#244 CR (?) S: CMS XII 72 (3EPr of brownish steatite) side a. b. inscription transnumeration 044-049 057-034-056

JGY reorders the faces b. a. 057-034-056 044-049

#244 in AB values side signgroup b. KI-TA-KU Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App.

a.

KO-RO3

XXXIV ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#245 CR (?) S: CMS XII 115 (3EPr of rock crystal) side b. g. inscription •[ •[ transnumeration 049-•[ 029-014-•[

Comments b. Might this have been < JGY reorders the faces g. b. •[ 029-014-•[ •[ 049-•[

044-049?

#245 in AB values side signgroup g. b. MA-I-•[ >RO3-•[ =? <KO-]RO3 Linear A MA-I-MI (HT 89.2); cf. A-SA-SU-MA-I-SE (GO Wc 1), DU-MA-I-NA (HT 124b.5) ? ~ KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#246 KRITSA S: CMS VI 27 (AM AE.1771; CS no. 98; 3EPr of brown-black steatite) side a. b. inscription >< transnumeration 044-005 006-041 ><

Comments b: The signgroup may be intact or consist of a sign plus logogram (see Notes to Sign 041, App. VI), or, more likely, needs to be reversed (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XVI). JGY reorders the faces b. a. >< 006-041 >< 044-005

#246 in AB values side signgroup >NWA-WA b. <WA-NWA a. KO-Rv Linear A NU-WI (HT 115b.2), I-NA-WA (PH 6.1); cf. poss. NA-WI[ (HT 111b.3) *305-WA-NA (ZA 6a.1) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#247 MA S: CMS IV 156 (3EPr of green jasper) side b. g. inscription X{ } transnumeration 044-049 X 044-005

Comments Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). g. The "decoration" is a catface. JGY: And a double-headed pin. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces: g. b. X X 044-005 *065 catface 044-049

#247 in AB values side signgroup b. g. KO-Rv NU? MA KO-RO3 Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed"); cf. KU-RU-MA (HT 115b.3), ]KU-MA-RO (HT 96a.5), DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]TA2 (ZA 11a.1) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#248 PK S: CMS II 2.259 (3EPr of white steatite) side a. inscription transnumeration 038-010-031

b. Comments b. For the signgroup, see Inscriptions on Sealstones. #248 in AB values side signgroup a. JA-RI-RE b. KI-TA-KU

057-034-056

Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV

#249 SITIA S: Photos et dessins SM I (3EPr of green jasper) side a. b. inscription transnumeration 038-010 044-049

#249in AB values side signgroup a. b. JA-RI KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#250 ZA S: Camb. FM GR 71.1901 (3EPr of brownish steatite) side a. g. inscription transnumeration 044-005 038-010-031

JGY reorders the faces g. a. 038-010-031 044-005

#250 in AB values side signgroup g. JA-RI-RE a. KO-Rv Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#251 ARKH S: CMS VI 14 (AM 1938.928; CS no. 96; gable of green steatite), placed by Yule in his Archanes Script Group, MM IA-IB (Sbonias 1995, 107-13). side b. c. a. inscription * * * transnumeration 019-095-052 042-019 094-038 ><

* ><

Comments CHIC: b: this face was much used. JGY: b & c: the signgroup is to be read c.-b.: * * 042-019-019-095-052 A-SA-SA-RA3-ME CHIC: a: the signs are very uncertain, if Hieroglyphic signs they are. #251 in AB values side c.-b. a. signgroup A-SA-SA-RA3-NE >E-JA <JA-E Linear A A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common) I-JA (CR Zf 1) A-I-[ (HT 115b.4)

#252 ARKH S: CMS II 1.393 (gable of ivory), from Phournoi Rm III (MM I context), placed by Yule in his Archanes Script Group, MM IAIB (Sbonias 1995, 107-13) side a. b. g. inscription transnumeration 019-095-052 042-019 062-•-•-•

*•••

Comments a: 019-095-052 b: 042-019 g: CHIC: "Signs" (?) very uncertain. #252 in AB values side a.-b. g. signgroup A-SA-SA-RA3-NE NA-••• Linear A A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common)

#253 CR S: CMS II 2.296 (3CPr of agate) side a b. g. inscription { } transnumeration 038-010 044-049 044-005

JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a. g. b. 038-010 *012 BOS 044-005 044-049

#253 in AB values side signgroup a. g. b. JA-RI MU KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#254 CR S: CMS IV 137 (3EPr of gray and brown jasper) side a. b. g. inscription transnumeration 010-031 044-005 036-092-031 >?

>?

Comments a: CHIC: Should this be <038>-010-031 (24 examples) ?? JGY reorders the faces a. g. b. 010-031 or < -> <038>-010-031 >? 036-092-031 >? 044-005

#254 in AB values side signgroup a. g. b. RI-RE or <JA>-RI-RE SA2-RU-RE KO-Rv Linear A RI-RU-MA (HT 118.4); cf. RI-RU-MA-TI (PH[?] 31b.4) A-RI (PH 6.1, 3); A-RI-PA (PE 2.3); A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3); A-RI-NI-TA (ZA 8.2-3); A-RI-[ (HT 141.1) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#255 CR S: CMS VI 91; AM AE.1777; CS no. 166; 3EPr of burnt silicate) side a. c. b. inscription X X X >< transnumeration X 044-036-018 X 028-049-042-031-056-036 >< X 046-044

Comments a: the signgroup recurs on #300.a. c: CHIC: SM I p. 251-252 (where one should read P24 instead of P44 (Evans pretends to read [with a magnifying lens] a tiny initial cross before the double ax at a spot where the stone is broken - there is no such thing on the original [thanks to Ann Brown and Nicoletta Momigliano who have inspected the stone at our request, 27 January 1992]). c: 042 is always an initial; it should start a signgroup which should then read orthograde or retrograde from there; the remaining signs then could also be read orthograde or retrograde; see Notes to Signgroups, App. III, which suggests 036-056-031 042-049-028. b: The signgroup 046-044 appears only on seals: #257.b, #269.g, #275.b, #302.b, #314.d.

JGY normalizes a. X c1. X c2. X b. X X 044-036-018 X 028-036-056 042-049-031 X 046-044

#255 in AB values side a. c1. c2. b. signgroup KO-SA2-RA4 KU2-SA2-KU A-RO3-RE A*301-KO Linear A KA-SA-RU (HT 10b.3) JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (ARKH Zf 9), A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2) A-RU-RA-[•] (HT 11a.1-2) PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4)

#256 CR S: CMS VI 95 (AM 1910.235; CS no. 173; 3EPr of burnt silicate) side a.-b.-c. inscription 0 transnumeration 038-043-049 0

Comments There are 6 possible arrangements for this signgroup, for which Linear A provides 3 parallels; the most likely is the first, A-SA-RA2. #256 in AB values side a.-b.-c. signgroup >JA-SO-RO3 SO-RO3-JA RO3-JA-SO <JA-RO3-SO RO3-SO-JA SO-JA-RO3 Linear A <A-SA-RA2 (HT 89.1); cf. SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) PA-SA-RI-JA (HT 25a.4) <A-RI-SU (HT 118.3-4)

#257 CR S: CMS VI 93 (AM 1938.791; CS no. 174; 3EPr of cornelian) side a. b. c. inscription transnumeration 038-010-031 036-092-031 X 046-044

X

Comments c: The signgroup #257 in AB values side a. b. c. signgroup JA-RI-RE SA2-RU-RE A*301-KO

046-044 appears only on seals: #255.g, #269.g, #275.b, #302.b, #314.d.

Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4)

#258 CR S: CMS XI 13 (3EPr of yellow-brown cornelian) side a. b. g. inscription X X transnumeration 038-010 036-092-031 X 044-049

Comments a, g: CHIC: unusual placement of X (cf. #265). a. For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #258 in AB values side a. b. g. signgroup JA-RI SA2-RU-RE KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#259 CR (?) S: CMS VI 28 (AM 1938.797; CS no. 101; 3EPr of white steatite) side inscription transnumeration

c.-a. c.-b.

044-049 044-005

Comments JGY: Each face carries one sign; for combining them this way, see #276 + #298, #283 + #297. #259 in AB values side c.-a. c.-b. signgroup KO-RO3 KO-Rv Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total") ~KI-RO ("owed")

#260 CR (?) S: CMS XII 89 (3EPr of red and black jasper) side a. b. g. inscription { } transnumeration 044-049 038-010 057-034-056

JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. g. a. 038-010 *070 057-034-056 044-049

#260 in AB values side signgroup b. g. a. JA-RI KU KI-TA-KU KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#261 CR (?) S: CMS XII 110 (3EPr of burnt silicate) side a. b. g. inscription transnumeration 044-005 038-010-031 044-049

JGY reorders the faces b. a. g. 038-010-031 044-005 044-049

#261 in AB values side signgroup b. a. g. JA-RI-RE KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#262 CR (?) S: CMS XII 117 (3CPr of basalt?) side a. b. g. { inscription { { } } } transnumeration 036-092{-092}-031 038-010-031 044-005

JGY normalizes a. b. g. 036-092-031 038-010-031 044-005 *020

#262 in AB values side signgroup a. SA2-RU-RE Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III)

b. g.

JA-RI-RE KO-Rv AI

signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#263 CR (?) S: CMS XII 10D (3EPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. inscription * transnumeration 036-092 038-010-031 044-005

#263 in AB values side a. b. g. signgroup SA2-RU JA-RI-RE KO-Rv Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#264 IRAKLIO S: CMS VI 92 (AM 1938.792; CS no. 167; 3EPr of green jasper) side a. c. b. inscription X { { } } { } { } transnumeration X 013-050 {*004 MUL} {*152} 044-049 {049} {*152} 044-005

Comments a. For the signgroup, cf. MU-TI (#113.cA). c+b. Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a. X b. c. X 013-050 *004 MUL 044-005 *152 BOS 044-049 *152 BOS

#264 in AB values side a. b. c. signgroup MU2-TI MUL KO-Rv BOS KO-RO3 BOS Linear A ]-TA-NU-MU-TI (KN Za 10) ~KI-RO ("owed"); cf. HT 30.4+5 ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#265 KASTELI S: CMS VI 94 (AM 1938.796; CS no. 172; 3EPr of burnt silicate) side a. c. b. inscription X X X >? transnumeration X 038-010 X 043-009 >? X 036-092

Comments a, c, b : CHIC: unusual placement of the initial X (cf. #258). c.: JGY: sign 009 is always an initial (see Notes to Sign 009). JGY normalizes and reorders the sides c. X b. X a. X X 009-043 X 036-092 X 038-010

#265 in AB values side signgroup c. b. a. >A2-SO SA2-RU JA-RI Linear A A-SE (HT 93a.3, 132.1; ZA Zb 3.1; cf. HT 81.1, 115a.4); cf. JA-SI (KN Zb 4, PK Za 12.c) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII

#266 KORDAKIA S: Dessins Evans (3CPr of green jasper) side inscription transnumeration

a. b. c.

><

044-005 044-025-049 >< 044-049

Comments b. JGY: it is common for the seal transaction term case, 044-025-049 should be rearranged: Each face also carries the sign *309 -- a: If *309 has meaning here then we should read: a. b. c. 044-005 *309 044-049 *025 *309 044-049 *309 *309 , b:

044-049 to embed the logogram in the middle (see Notes to Signgroups); in which 044-049 *025. , c: .

#266 in AB values side signgroup a. KO-Rv *309 b. c. KO-RO3 TE *309 KO-RO3 *309 *309 Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. the logogram TE that commonly appears in headings in Linear A with commodities like VIN, GRA, OLE ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#267 KY S: CMS VII 36 (3EPr of yellow agate) side a. b. g. inscription X transnumeration 054-010-054 X 036-092 X 050-011

Comments Linear A tablet HT 49 lists probable names, among which are three that may be close to the signgroups on this seal: a.1. [•]-RA2-DU[ a.4. ]-*315, for which GORILA suggests SA-*315 as an alternative reading (*315 occurs otherwise only in SA-*315 [HT 9a.1, 17.2, 19.2-3, 42[+]59.2; cf. KH 82.3]); the only dissyllabic signgroup SA-• that recurs several times is SA-RA2 a.7. TU-SU-PU2 #267 in AB values side a. b. g. signgroup DE-RI-DE SA2-RU TI-SI2 Linear A DA-RI-DA (HT 10a.4, 85a.2, 93a.7, 122a.7), DI-RE-DI-NA (HT 98a.2-3) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) TU-SU (PK 1.6-7)

#268 LAKONIA S: HM/Coll. G. 3580 (CMS III 229; 3EPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. inscription { } { } >< {object} transnumeration {070} 044-005 038-010 {070} 006-{object}-070 ><

Comments a: Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). g: CHIC: It is probably not sign 092 in the middle. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. 038-010 *070 g. {object} >< flower 006-070 >< a. 044-005 *070 #268 in AB values side signgroup b. a. g. JA-RI RO <NWA-RO flower >RO-NWA KO-Rv RO Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII NI-RA (HT 23b.1), DI-NA-RO (HT 108.2) KA-RO-NA (HT 11a.2), ]-RO-NI (HT 26b.2) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#269 LASITHI S: HM/Coll. G. 3373 (CMS III 228; 3CPr of "chalcedony")

side a. b. g.

inscription *[ ] *

transnumeration 038-010-031[ 049-049[ ]046-044

Comments a. For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. b: JGY: 065 063 also occur, flanking the two 049s; 065, at least, perhaps not as a decorative element: see ] >< ]065-063 (#009.g). g: JGY: and a dot also occur, perhaps as decorative elements. The signgroup 046-044 appears only on seals: #255.g, #257.b, #275.b, #302.b, #314.d. JGY normalizes a. b. g. ] [ 038-010-031[ *[ 065-049-049[-063 { dot} ]046-044{ dot}

*

#269 in AB values side signgroup a. JA-RI-RE[ b. g. RO3-RO3 -[PA or -RO3-RO3-[PA A*301-KO Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) RO+RO(=*504) (KH Wa 1001g, KH 18.4), RE-RO (HT Wc 3012b), RU-RA2 (HT 11b.1) A-RU-RA-[•] (HT 11a.1-2), DU-RA-RE (KN Zc 7), KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003), MA-RI-RE-I (HT 6b.2-3), etc. PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4)

#270 LASITHI S: CMS IV 27 D (3EPr of rock crystal) side a. b. g. inscription >< >< transnumeration 070-038 >< 044-049 038-031-010-061 ><

Comments CHIC: There are doubts about the authenticity of the seal (cf. CMS + V. E. G. Kenna, Europa [1967], p. 178, n. 18); I. Pini (25.05.90): technically, it is not bad and could be the work of someone unskilled; L. Godart: forgery, on stylistic grounds; J.-P. Olivier: there are real problems concerning forms and proportions of signs. a: See 042-070-038 (#163), * 077-038 (#293.a) g: sign marks the end of a signgroup. Also compare 100[ 038-031-025 100[ (#120.r.B) * * >< 019-039-038-031 >< (#303.g) JGY reorders the faces a. >< 070-038 >< g. >< 038-031-010-061 >< b. 044-049 #270 in AB values side a. g. b. signgroup RO-JA JA-RE-RIKO-RO3 Linear A RU-JA (KN Wc 26a); cf. A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3), I-RU-JA (HT 7a.2) A-RU-RA-[•] (HT 11a.1-2); cf. JA-RE-MI (HT 88.3) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#271 MA S: CMS II 2.244 (3EPr of olive green steatite) side a. b. g. inscription * * >< >< >< transnumeration 012-016-062-018 >< 041-031-011 >< 060-044-056 ><

Comments a: The combination, 016-062, probably ends a signgroup. Compare >< 042-066-016-062 >< (#305.a), which, on the basis of my arrangement of #095 (q.v.), is more probably 016-062 *175. And this in turn suggests that >< 006-062-012 >< (#302.g) is either 012-062 *006 or, more likely, 006-062 *012. Thus, I suggest that this signgroup is to be read with the two flanking animal-head signs separated. b: The signgroup may be intact or consist of a signgroup plus logogram or a string of logograms; see Notes to Sign 041, App. VI. These two signs also occur together on a Mallia lame and another sealstone: ] ]031-041 (#088.a) and X X >< X 041-031-044 X (#307.d). Although the correct order is difficult to determine, Linear A is full of words ending in -RE and several ending in -RE-; I suggest therefore that is a logogram.

JGY normalizes a. b. g. * 016-062 *012 *018 * 011-031 *041 >< 060-044-056 ><

#271 in AB values side signgroup a. b. g. KI-NA MU-RA4 SI2-RE WA KO2-KO-KU >< Linear A KA-NA (HT 23a.1); cf. ]KU-NI[ (HT 29+83.3), ]RI-KA-NE (ARKH 3a.1) MA+RU (HT 12.4-5, PH 5a.3), ]MA+RU-RE (KH 43.a) SI-RE[ (HT 4.2) A-RA-KO-KU-*333- (KO(?) Zf 2)

#272 MIRABELO S: CMS IX 21 D (3CPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. * inscription X >? >< transnumeration 038-010-031 036-092-031 >? X 068-010-011-020 ><

Comments a: CHIC: X between 038 and 010. g: CHIC: X between 068 and 020. For the signgroup, cf. ] see Notes to Sign 068, App. 29. JGY normalizes a. X b. g. X < 038-010-031 036-092-031 >< X <020-011-010-068

*[ ]

* >< ]055-020[ ]011-040 >< (#117.a). For

068 as a terminal,

#272 in AB values side signgroup a. JA-RI-RE b. SA2-RU-RE >Rv-RI-SI2-AI g. <AI-SI2-RI-Rv Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) A-RU-RA-[•] (HT 11a.1) PA-SA-RI-JA (HT 24a.4)

#273 MIRABELO S: CMS X 312 (3EPr of dark green jasper) side a. b. g. X inscription X >< >< >< transnumeration X 054-005-050 >< 019-031-061 >< X 070-005-050 ><

Comments a, g: CHIC: X between the first two signs; JGY: also, see Notes to sign a two-sign signgroup plus *005 (= <049>-005 < > ). b: JGY: see Inflection Sequence 6b. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. a. X g. X 019-031-061 < > X 054-050 <049>-005 < > X 070-050 <049>-005

013, App. XVII.E, which suggests separating 005

out, leaving

#273 in AB values side signgroup b. SA-REa. DE-TI <KO>-Rv g. RO-TI <KO>-Rv Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) DA-TU ... KU-RO ... KI-RO (HT 123a.6-9) cf. JA-DU-RA-TI (KN 1b.1-2), RA-TI-SE (HT 6b.2), [•]-RA2-TI (HT 108.3),]-RE-TI (MA 2b.1)

#274 MIRABELO S: CMS XII 105 (3EPr of burnt silicate) side a. b. g. inscription X { } transnumeration 044-049 044-005 038-010-031

Comments a: CHIC reads *156 as a design only JGY reorders the faces g. b. a. X 038-010-031 044-005 X 044-049 *156

#274 in AB values side g. b. a. signgroup JA-RI-RE KO-Rv KO-RO3 VIN Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#275 S: cast (3EPr of green jasper) side a. b. c. inscription { *•[ >< *} transnumeration 038-010 046-044 014-•[ ><

Comments b: The signgroup JGY normalizes a. b. c.

046-044 appears only on seals: #255.g, #257.b, #269.g, #302.b, #314.d.

* 038-010 *047 046-044 •[ >< 014-•[ ><

#275 in AB values side signgroup a. b. c. JA-RI QE A*301-KO I-•[ >< Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4)

#276 PINAKIANO S: CMS IV 135 (3EPr of brown steatite) side a. b. g. inscription >< >< transnumeration 042-038 >< 031-006-034 >< 005-044-049

Comments a. The same signgroup recurs on #154, #224.a, and #310.d; cf. #151. g. For separating g1, g2, see #298 (cf. #314.h1-q2), and cf. #297 + #283, #259. g1. g2. 044-005 044-049

#276 in AB values side signgroup a. A-JA Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2d); cf. A-JA-KU (KN Zf 13), A-JA-[ (PK Za 18), ]A-JA[ (PE Zc 4) < ]-TE-NU-RE[ (KH 6.1) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

b. RE-NWA-TA g1. KO-Rv g2. KO-RO3

#277 ZIROS S: CMS IV 29 D (3EPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. inscription >< transnumeration 044-005 092-019-013 >< 044-049

Comments b: CHIC: Simple mark (not a sign) between 013 and 019?; JGY reads a dividing line (see Notes to Sign 13, App. XVII.C). JGY normalizes and reorders the faces

b. a. g.

| >< 092-019 | *152 >< 044-005 044-049

#277 in AB values side b. a. g. signgroup RU-SA BOS KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A RU-SA (HT 96a.3); cf. TU-RU-SA (KO Za 1.b-c) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#278 CR (?) S: CMS XII 111 (4RPr of pale yellow chalcedony) side g. inscription { } transnumeration 044-049

Comments CHIC: Between 044 and 049 appears sign 065; cf. #174 and #278. g. The combination 044-005 with an intervening or extra sign/pattern is common (see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). JGY normalizes g. 044-049 *065

#278 in AB values side g. signgroup KO-RO3 Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#279 CR (?) S: NMA X 565 (4RPr of clear green steatite) side g. inscription transnumeration 038-010-031

Comments For the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII. #279 in AB values side signgroup g. JA-RI-RE Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII)

#280 MA S: HM/Coll. G. 3336 (4RPr of "chalcedony") side a. inscription >< transnumeration 042-028-005 ><

Comments a. For A-KU2-Rv, cf. #280in AB values side a. signgroup A-KU2-Rv

022-056-070-061 VIR4 KU-RO-

(#071) and something similar on #059.dB.

Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed"), A-KI-RO (ARKH 4b.4)

#281 MA S: CMS IV 128 (4RPr of brown steatite) side b. inscription * transnumeration 057-034-056

Comments See Inscriptions on Sealstones. #281 in AB values side signgroup b. KI-TA-KU Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV

#282 PYR S: HM 2536 (4RPr of steatite)

side a.

inscription * *{ *} ><

transnumeration 008-019-036 ><

Comments a: CHIC: 019 or 011 ? #282 in AB values side a. signgroup A3-SA-SA2-SA2 Linear A A-SA-SA-RA (common)

#283 CR S: CMS VI 100 (AM 1938.793; CS no. 170; 4RPr of green jasper) side c1. c2. b. inscription X X X | transnumeration 044-005 | 044-049 X 056-013-058

Comments b. Notes to Sign 13, App. XVII, suggests identifying JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. X c1. X c2. X X 056-058 *152 X 044-005 X 044-049

013 as a logogram.

#283 in AB values side b. a1. a2. signgroup KU-PU BOS KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A KU-PA (HT 110a.2; ZA 11a.5), KU-PI (ZA 14.3) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#284 CR (?) S: CMS XII 70 (4RPr of creme steatite) side a. b. inscription transnumeration 044-049 038-010-031

JGY reorders the faces b. a. 038-010-031 044-049

#284 in AB values side signgroup b. JA-RI-RE a. KO-RO3 Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#285 CR (?) S: CMS XII 87 (4RPr of creme steatite) side a. b. inscription • ] *[ transnumeration 029-• ]044-049[

#285 in AB values side signgroup a. b. MA-• ]KO-RO3[ Linear A cf. MA-DI (HT 3.1 & 7, HT 69.2, HT 85b.5, HT 97a.4, HT 118.1 [heading, with 5. KU-RO]; PH(?) 31a.2) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#286 MA S: HM/Coll. G. 3581 (CMS III 235; 4RPr of green jasper) side a. b. inscription >< transnumeration 038-010 047-070 ><

Comments b. CHIC: The ziz-zag in the middle looks like filling, not sign 061.

#286 in AB values side signgroup a. b. JA-RI >QE-RO <RO-QE Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII cf. KI-RO ("owed"), KU-RO ("balance," "total") (common)

#287 CR (?) S: CMS XII 112 (4RPr of dark brown cornelian) side a. b. d. inscription >< transnumeration 044-049 070-061-069 >< 044-005

Comments b. Circles surround sign 070, and 061 appears to divide the two signs; 069 is a rare sign, but it appears with 070 on #038 (057-069-070); 070061 is a common cluster. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. d. a. 069-070-061 044-005 044-049

#287 in AB values side signgroup b. d. a. RA2-ROKO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A RO+RO(=*504) (KH 18.4, KH Wa 1001g, KH Wa 1002g); RE-RO (HT Wc 3012b); RU-RA2 (HT 11b.1) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#288 MA/V S: HM 2184 (4RPr of white steatite) side a. b. d. inscription { { } } transnumeration 038-010 044-005 036-092

Comments a, b: Signgroups 044-005 and 044-049 commonly appear on sealstones with an extra or intervening sign (see Notes to Signgroups, Appendix VII). d: JGY: see Appendix II. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a. d. b. 038-010 *092 036-092 044-005 *092

#288 in AB values side signgroup a. d. b. JA-RI RU SA2-RU KO-Rv RU Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII JA+RU (HT 6a.3) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#289 PK S: CMS VS 1B 337 (4RPr of black steatite) side b. g. d. inscription ]••• ]• ]• [ ] * • >< •[ >< [ >< transnumeration ]•-•-•-056-011-• >< ]•-092-056-034-•[ >< ]•062[ ]034-010[ ><

Comments CHIC: very worn. b: see Notes to Signgroups, App. XV, suggesting a retrograde reading: •-011-056-•-•-•[. g: cf. (•?) (•?) >< 092-057(•?)034(•?)016-056 >< (#294.d) #289 in AB values

side signgroup a. g. d. <•-SI2-KU-•-•-• >•••-KU-SI2-• >]•-RU-KU-SI-•[ <]•-SI-KU-RU-•[ >]•-NA[ ]SI-RI[ <]RI-SI-[ ]NA-•[

Linear A A-DA-KI-SI-KA (KH 5.1-2), PA3-DA-KU-SE-NE (HT 103.2) some remote possibilities A-SI-KI-RA (KH 20.2), SI-KI-RA (HT 8a.4) A-RE-SA-NA (THE Zb 2)

#290 SITIA (?) S: CMS I Suppl. 73 (4RPr of green jasper) side b. g. d. inscription X transnumeration 044-049 X 051-031-005 077-016-033 ><

Comments g. See Notes to Sign 051, which suggests that 051 here is a logogram similar to A #312. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces g. X d. b. X 051-031-005 >< 077-016-033 >< 044-049

#290 in AB values side signgroup g. d. b. KI3/A*312-RE-Rv >RU2-KI-A*47 <A*47-KI-RU2 KO-RO3 Linear A KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003), RE-RO (HT Wc 3012.b); cf. A-RU 1 • 1 *312 1 (HT 49a.6) RI-KA-TA (HT 146.4), RI-QE-TI- (PO Zg 1) KU-RO ("balance," "total"), A-KI-RO (ARKH 4b.4) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#291 CR S: CMS II 2.315 (4RPr of black steatite) as on the prism, reading each face top to bottom: side a. b. g. d. | inscription lizard | | * transnumeration *157 | *308 *155 | *307 *302 | *309 normalization *157 | Koppa FIC | Σ Δ | San

Comments CHIC: Cf. #206, #292. JGY adds: KN CMS II 3.23 (below, additions). See Notes to Signgroups, App. XV. b. CHIC: rendered like 038 ? JGY normalizes: side b1+b2+d2. g1+d1+g2. inscription * transnumeration *157 *308 *309 *155 *302 *307 normalization *157 Koppa San FIC Δ Σ

#292 GOUVES S: CMS II 2.217 (4RPr of yellow-white marble) side a. b. g. d. inscription transnumeration 042-019*309 *307 -019-095-052 *308 *302 normalization A-SASan Σ -SA-RA-NE Koppa Δ

*

Comments CHIC: Cf. #206, #291. JGY adds: KN CMS II 3.23 (below, additions). See Notes to Signgroups, App. XV. JGY normalizes: side a+g. d1+b1. d2+b2. inscription * < < > / > transnumeration 042-019-019-095-052 <*156 / *157> *308 *309 <*156> *302 *307 normalization A-SA-SA-RA-NE <VIN / *157> Koppa San <FIC> Δ Σ

#293 ADROMILI S: CMS II 2.256 (4RPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. d. inscription * >< transnumeration 077-038 >< 038-010-031 042-054-061 044-049

Comments a: See 042-070-038 (#163), 070-038 (#270.a). g: CHIC: The "cross" (after the decorative motif) is not meant to be an initial; JGY: but it may have indicated something "first," perhaps that this is the first side to be read. JGY normalizes, reorders the faces (g, a, b, d), and compares seal #303. #293 g. X a. b. d. * X 042-054-061 >< 077-038 >< 038-010-031 044-049 #303 b. a. X g. d. 042-054-061 X 062-020-028 >< 019-039 038-031 044-049

#293 in AB values side signgroup g. b. a. d. A-DEJA-RI-RE >RU2-JA <JA-RU2 KO-RO3 Linear A A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (HT 85a.1), JA-DI (PH Wc 39); see Notes to Signgroups, App. XII. signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) RU-JA (KN Wc 26a); cf. A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3), I-RU-JA (HT 7a.2) A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, HT 94a.6) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#294 CR S: NMA 8915 (4RPr of white steatite) side inscription a. X (•?) b. X * •-• (•?) (•?) >< * * g1. X • g2. X d. transnumeration X 025-049(•?)040(•?) X 059-057-014-041-019-047-070-092-019-044-050-019-028-056 •-056-061-077 X 025-025-•-• 092-057(•?)034(•?)016-056 ><

(•?)

Comments CHIC: Re: reading this document, see CHIC p. 15 on duplicating signs. b: The problem is how to split this long string of signs into signgroups. The following parallels suggest five basic divisions: X * [ X 019-047[ (#176) 047-070 >< (#286.b) 047-070-031 (#058.b1) 092-019-013 (#277.b) 050-019 >< (#297.a) - •[ ]050-019-038-•[ (#033.a)

] *

A phonetic rendering of the signgroup and parallels clarifies these divisions: X MA- KI- I- WA- SA- QE- RO- RU- SA- KO- TI- SA KU2- KU SA- QE[ X 019-047[ (#176) QE- RO 047-070 >< (#286.b) QE- RO- RE 047-070-031 (#058.b1) RU- SA BOS 092-019-013 (#277.b) TI- SA 050-019 >< (#297.a) ]TI- SA- JA- •[ ]050-019-038-•[ (#033.a) The result: X * X MA-KI-I-WA SA-QE-RO RU-SA KO-TI-SA KU2-KU For these five signgroups, some Linear A parallels can be adduced (see below). g: Sign * 061 is large and spans the entire height of the row (cf. #034, #040), probably to separate the signs thus: g1-2: X • g2: Somewhat similar dotted blobs appear in g1; if the signgroup is * 025-025-077, then perhaps it is related to

* *• 053-053-

077 (#047.a); see Notes to Signgroups, App. IX. d: See Appendix XVIII: 092-056-034 016-056; and cf. ]• JGY normalizes a. X b1. X b2. b3. b4. b5. g1. X • g2. X d1. d2. X 025-049-040 X 059-057-014 *041 019-047-070 092-019 044-050-019 028-056 * * X •-056-061 *077 •• X 025-025-•-• (•?) >< 092-057-(•?)-034 >< >< 016-056 ><

•[ (#289.g)

#294 in AB values side signgroup a. X TE-RO3-RO2 b1. X MA-KI-I-WA b2. SA-QE-RO b3. RU-SA b4. KO-TI-SA b5. KU2-KU g1. X •-KU- * RU2 g2. X TE-TE-•• d1. d2. >RU-KI-•-SI <SI-KI-RU <KI-KU >KU-KI Linear A MI-RU-TA-RA-RE (HT 117a.45-), ]SI-TU-RA2/RI-RE (HT 3.4) MA-KA-I-SE/TA (PK 1.8) O-SU-QA-RE (TL Za 1), SA-QE-RI (HT 11b.4-5) RU-SA (HT 96a.3); cf. TU-RU-SA (KO Za 1.b-c) [•]-TI-SA (HT 31.1); cf. the endings -TA-SE, TU-SU, -TI-SE cf. KU-KU-DA-RA (HT 117a.7) cf. JA-KU (MA 2b.2), KA-KU (HT 62+73.3) JA-NA-KI-TE-TE-DU-PU2-RE (PK Za 8.a, PK Za 15) & A-DI-KI-TE-TE-[• (PK Za 11.a-b); cf. *312-TE-TE (HT 26a.1); [TE-TE-[ (ZA 23.1) SI-KI-RA (HT 8a.4), A-SI-KI-RA (KH 20.2), SU-KI-RI-TA (PH Wa 32), SUKI-RI-TE-I-JA (HT Zb 158.b) KA-KI (HT 37.1 & 5)

#295 CR S: CMS II 2.316 (4RPr of dark gray jasper) side a. b. g. d. inscription X X X { * } transnumeration 044-049 X 029-077-049 X 057-034-056 044-005 Catface/*080 *309 San g. See Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV, and Section 06f.

a: CHIC: Place for X in the lacuna. JGY: the inscription ends with Inscriptions on Sealstones. JGY reorders the faces b. X g. X d. a. X 029-077-049 * X 057-034-056 X 044-005 catface 044-049 *309

#295 in AB values side signgroup b. MA-RU2-RO3 g. d. a. KI-TA-KU KO-Rv MA KO-RO3 *309 Linear A MA-RI-RE-I (HT 6b.2-3) a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#296 CR S: CMS VI 104 (AM 1889.998; CS no. 148; 4RPr of cornelian) side a. c. b. d. Comments a: compare inscription >< >< transnumeration 028-007-018 >< 053-038-039 >< 044-049 057-034-056

050-007-018 (#314.g)

JGY reorders the faces a. c. d. b. >< 028-007-018 >< >< 053-038-039 >< 057-034-056 044-049

#296 in AB values side signgroup >KU2-MI-RA4 a. <RA4-MI-KU2 >JA-JA-PA3 c. <PA3-JA-JA d. b. KI-TA-KU KO-RO3 Linear A ]KI-MI-RA2[ (HT 54a.3) JA-JA[ (PK Za 18); JA-PA (ZA 4a.3-4); WA-JA-PI-[] (HT 9b.1) PA-JA (HT 41a.4) a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#297 CR S: CMS VI 101 (AM 1938.794; CS no. 169; 4RPr of burnt silicate) side a. d1. d2. c. b1. b2. | { } inscription >< {gorgoneion} >< >< >< transnumeration 050-019 >< 038-008 >< 036-010 >< 011-056 >< 044-049 044-005-{061}

Comments a. the two diminutive signs flank a gorgoneion; they may be fillers. d: the same forked divider divides this face and face b; d1: 008 is initial only: thus, might form a variant on JA-SA-[SA-]-RA. c: see Notes to Signgroups, App. XV. b: for dividing b into b1 and b2, see #283, and cf. #276 + #298, and #259. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces d1. d2. c. a. b2. b1. >< 008-038 >< >< 036-010 >< >< 011-056 >< >< 050-019 >< 044-005-061 044-049

008-038; if run together, d1+d2 A3-JA+SA2-RI

#297 in AB values side d1. d2 c. a. signgroup A3-JA >SA2-RI SI2-KU >TI-SA <SA-TI Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2d) SA-RI[ (ZA 21b.3); cf. SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) SI-KA (HT Wa 1014-1018) TU-SU (PK 1.6-7) SA-TA (HT 117a.7) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

b2. KO-Rvb1. KO-RO3

#298 CR S: CMS XI 14 (4RPr of cornelian) side a. b. g. d1. d2. inscription X X X transnumeration X 056-070-040 X 070-061-019-045-070 038-010-031 044-005 044-049

Comments b: between 061 and 019 there is hatching. The appearance of two 070s is unusual; there is doubling twice (056-070-070 on #061, and 049070-070 >< on #167); otherwise 070 does not appear twice in any other signgroup - it probably does not here either. An initial X may have once occurred in the break near the first sign of 070-045-019. If so, then side b should be read from either end towards the middle: X 070-061 >[X] 070-045-019 (cf. 070-031-019 on #054, #056)

g: CHIC: X between 038 and 010.

d: the face contains only three signs in three panels divided by a double line, like this: see #276 (cf. #314.η1-θ2), and cf. #283 + #297. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b2. b1. X g. X d1. d2. a. X 070-045-019 X 070-061 X 038-010-031 044-005 044-049 X 056-070-040

005 ||

044 ||

049; for dividing d into d1 and d2,

#298 in AB values side b2. b1. g. d1. d2. a. signgroup RO-ZE-SA ROJA-RI-RE KO-Rv KO-RO3 KU-RO-RO2 Linear A DU-RE-ZA-SE (ZA 10a.5, ZA 10b.1-2) signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total") KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#299 CR (?) S: CMS VII 40 (4RPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. d. inscription X X X transnumeration X 044-049 044-005 036-092 038-010-031

JGY reorders the faces g. X d. b. X a. X X 036-092 038-010-031 X 044-005 X 044-049

#299 in AB values side g. d. b. a. signgroup SA2-RU JA-RI-RE KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#300 CR (?) S: CMS X 52 (4RPr of pale yellow steatite) side a. b. c. d. inscription transnumeration 044-049 038-010-031 X 044-036-018 014-050 ><

><

Comments c: CHIC: Pseudo-028 = filling (cf. for the place, #309.d, etc., and for the signgroup, #255.a). JGY reorders the faces b. c. X d. a. 038-010-031 X 044-036-018 >< 014-050 >< 044-049

#300 in AB values side signgroup b. JA-RI-RE c. KO-SA2-RA4 >I-TI d. <TI-I a. KO-RO3 Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) KA-SA-RU (HT 10b.3) I-TI (HT 25b.2; cf. HT 62[+]72.3; IO Za 12) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#301 CR (?) S: CMS XII 106 (4RPr of burnt and gray agate) side a. b. g. d. inscription X X X X transnumeration X 044-049 X 044-005 X 018-046 X 042-019-031

Comments d. compare * 070-019-009 (#061.c2); and 042-019-070-009 (#222). The signgroup may be a variant on A-SA-SA-RA (if so, its Linear A parallel, A-SA-RA2 (HT 89.1), would be the only appearance of this word on a clay document. JGY reorders the faces d. X g. X b. X a. X X 042-019-031 X 018-046 X 044-005 X 044-049

#301 in AB values side d. g. b. a. signgroup A-SA-RE RA4-A*301 KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A A-SA-RA2 (HT 89.1) ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#302 CR (?) S: CMS XII 107 (4RPr of chalcedony) side a. b. g. d. inscription >< X >< transnumeration 057-034-044-049 >< 046-044 006-062-012 038-010-031

Comments a: CHIC: should this be divided: 057-034 and 044-049? JGY: the signgroup conflates two common signgroups 057-034-056 KI-TAKU (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV) and 044-049 KO-RO3, with sign 056 KU as the homophonic link between the two. b: The signgroup 046-044 appears only on seals: #255.g, #257.b, #269.g, #275.b, #314.d. Sign 012 has sign wrapped around it. g: The combination, 016-062, probably ends a signgroup. On the basis of my arrangement of #095 (q.v.), the signgroup >< 042-066-016-062 >< (#305.a) is more probably >< 016-062 *175. And this in turn suggests that >< 006-062-012 >< (#302.g) is probably 006-062 *012. Also see the notes to #271.g and #302.g. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a1. d. b. X g. a2. < > 057-034<-056> 038-010-031 X 046-044 *181 >< 006-062 *012 >< 044-049 ><

#302 in AB values side signgroup a1. KI-TA-<KU> d. b. JA-RI-RE A*301-KO >NWA-NA MU g. <MU-NWA-NA a2. KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4) cf. ]-U-NA-NA (MA 2c.1) cf. -NA/E-MI-NA endings ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#303 CR (?) S: CMS XII 109 (4RPr of chalcedony) side a. b. g. d. inscription X * * >< transnumeration X 062-020-028 042-054-061 019-039-038-031 >< 044-049

Comments g: compare 100[ 038-031-025 100[ (#120.r.B) 038-031-010-061 (#270.g) JGY normalizes and reorders the faces (b, a, g, d); cf. seal #293. #303 b. a. X g. d. * * 044-049 042-054-061 X 062-020-028 >< 019-039 038-031 #293 g. X a. b. d. X 042-054-061 >< 077-038 >< 038-010-031 044-049

#303 in AB values side signgroup b. a. g. d. A-DENA-AI-KU2 >SA-PA3-JA-RE <RE-JA-PA3-SA KO-RO3 Linear A A-DE (ZA 10b.4), A-DU (HT 85a.1), JA-DI (PH Wc 39); see Notes to Signgroups, App. XII NE-KU[? (HT 55a.2), ]NA-KI (KH 92.2) SU+PA3+RA (HT 31.5) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#304 CR (?) S: CMS XII 113 (4RPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. d. inscription { >< * } >< transnumeration 039-013 catface >< X 036-013 >< 011-010 >< 076-013-031 ><

Comments The repetition of 013 on a, b, d may indicate its role as a logogram; if so, it should be separated. See Notes to Sign 013. b. JGY: a flower ( *023 or *031?) ends the signgroup. g. sign 010 is really an acrobate; a quirk separates signs 011 and 010; it may be 035, cf. ]•]•-013-035 (#105.aB). JGY normalizes the faces a. b. g. d. 039-catface *152 >< 036-031 *152 >< or 036-023 *152 >< * 011-010 >< or * 011-023-010 >< >< 076-031 *152 ><

#304 in AB values side signgroup a. PA3-MA BOS SA2-RE BOS b. or SA2-TU BOS g. SI2-RI or SI2-TU-RI d. O-RE BOS Linear A PU2-MI (PK 1.6), PA-MI[ (TY 3b.4) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) SA-TA (HT 117a.7), SI-TU (HT We 1019; ZA *20.3) cf. O-RA2-DI-NE (HT 6a.4)

#305 LASTROS S: CMS IV 136 (4RPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. d. inscription transnumeration 042-066-016-062 >< 044-049 044-005 X *181 | *180

X

|

Comments a: The combination, 016-062, probably ends a signgroup. On the basis of my arrangement of #095 (q.v.), this signgroup is more probably >< 016-062 *175. Also see the notes to #271.g and #302.g. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a. >< 016-062 *175 d1. X X *181 d2. *180 g. 044-005 b. 044-049

#305 in AB values side a. d1. d2. g. b. signgroup KI-NA A *181 *180 KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A KI-KI-NA (HT 88.2), TA-NU-NI-KI-NA (PL Zf 1) ~ Linear B*134 ~*302? ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#306 MA S: HM/Coll. G. 3325 (CMS III 234; 4RPr of gold), said to be from Mallia side a. b. g. d. inscription >< * >< * >< >< transnumeration 052-050-054 >< 036-038-076 >< 039-056-014 >< 057-018-050 ><

Comments Knossos Document Set 2, related. g: CHIC: or -013 ? JGY: see Notes to Sign 013, App. XVII, which suggests d: cf. #003.d: X X X 042 X 057-016-050-016; which suggests here JGY normalizes a. b. g. d. >< 052-050-054 >< * >< 036-038-076 >< >< * 039-056 >< *152 < > 057-018-050 <-018>

* 039-056 013/*152. < > 057-018-050 <-018>.

#306 in AB values side signgroup >NE-TI-DE a. <DE-TI-NE >SA-JA-O b. <O-JA-SA g. >PA3-KU BOS <KU-PA3 BOS Linear A >DA-KU-NA (HT 103.4), DA-MI-NU (HT 117a.8) , DI-RI-NA (HT 93a.1-2; HT 102.3), DU-SU-NI (HT 108.2) -SI-JA-SE, SA-JA-MA (HT 31.3) A-JA-SE PU-KO (HT 31.1), -PA-KU-NU- (KN Zc 6) KU-PA (ZA 11a.5, b.3), KU-PA (HT 110.1; KH 29.2), KU+PA (HT We 1020), KU-PA-JA (HT 116a.1-2) cf. KU-PA3-NU (HT 1.3-4; HT 3.6; HT 49a.6-7; HT 88.5; HT 117a.3; HT 122a.6&7; PH(?) 31a.3) cf. KU-PA-RI (PE 2.1-2), KU-PA3-RI-JA (HT 24a.1) cf. I-KU-PA3-NA (AP Za 3), I-KU-PA3-TIcf. KA-KU-PA (HT 16.1; HT Wc 3015, 3016), KU-PA3-NA-TU (HT 47a.1-2; HT 119.3), KU-PA3-PA3 (HT 88.4), KU-PA-*79 (KH 5.3-4) KI-RI-TA2 (HT 114a.1; HT 121.1); cf. SU-KI-RI-TA (PH Wa 32)

d.

KI-RA4-TI

#307 S: Photos and drawings by Chapouthier (4RPr of black steatite, with green) side a. b. c. d. X inscription X * >? >< X >< transnumeration X 019-013-049 070-028-031 >? 070-031-056 >< X 041-031-044 X ><

Comments Knossos Document Set 6, related. CHIC: Doubts on the seal's authenticity: unusual dimensions; childish engraving; atypical text (although see #294); with these conditions, we prefer the drawing in Chapouthier, BCH 70 [1946] 78-90. a: see Notes to Sign 13, App. XVII.C: *. May this not be * * 057-013-049? (see "Knossos Sets"). See Inflection Sequence 5a1. b: For the signgroup, compare 028-070 (#081.a), > 028-070 (#133), and ] * ]029-070 (#052.d); and see #317. c: It is common on sealstones to insert the logogram between two signs; see, for example, Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII, and Notes to Sign 012, and #054.a2. d: The signgroup may be intact or consist of a signgroup plus logogram or a string of logograms; see Notes to Sign 041, App. VI. Signs 041 and 031 also occur together on ] ]031-041 (#088.a) and * 041-031-011 (#271.b). Although the correct order is difficult to determine, Linear A is full of words ending in -RE and several ending in -RE-• (-JA, -MI, -NA, -RO, -TE, -TI, -TO, -TU, -WI, ZA). I suggest that 041 is a logogram indicated and prefixed by the initial X. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a. X * X 019-049 *152

d. X b. c.

X X 044-031 X *041 028-070 *174 056-070 *174

#307 in AB values side a. d. b. c. signgroup SA2-RO3 BOS KO-RE TELA KU2-RO RE KU-RO RE Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) KU-RO ("balance," "total"); cf. TELA+KU (HT 39.3) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); ]RE ... KU-RO, cf. HT 109 ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); ]RE ... KU-RO, cf. HT 109

#308 PK S: CMS VI 103 (AM AE.1774; CS no. 151; 4RPr of green jasper) side b. c. d. a. inscription >< { } transnumeration 036-092-031 034-007 >< 044-049 *174 044-005

Comments b: see Notes to Signgroups, App. III. c: see Notes to Signgroups, App. IV, and Inflection Sequence 5a2. a: next to sign 005, there is another, a set of dotted concentric circles, possibly sign JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. c. a. c. 036-092-031 >< 034-007 >< * 044-005 *073 044-049 *174

073.

#308 in AB values side signgroup b. SA2-RU-RE >SI-MI c. <MI-SI a. d. KO-Rv KU KO-RO3 RE Linear A SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) SI-MA (PH Zb 4) MA-SI-DU (HT 43.1-2) ~KI-RO ("owed"); cf. KI-RO ... KU-RO (e.g., HT 94), KI-RO ... KU-PA3-PA3 (HT 88.4) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total"); ]RE ... KU-RO, cf. HT 109

#309 PYR S: HM 2595 (4RPr of green jasper) side a. b. g. d. inscription X X X transnumeration 044-005 X 042-040-053-041 038-010-031 X 036-092-031

Comments b: a slightly small

072 intervenes between

; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXI, and Inflection Sequence 5a3. Compare

X

0 042-040-049 0 (#129) *[ X 036-040-049[ (#191)

JGY normalizes and reorders the faces b. X d. X g. a. X X 042-040-053 072-041 X 036-092-031 038-010-031 X 044-005

#309 in AB values side b. d. g. a. signgroup A-RO2-JA KA TELA SA2-RU-RE JA-RI-RE KO-Rv Linear A A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3), TELA+KU (HT 38a.3) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) ~KI-RO ("owed")

#310 SITIA S: CMS I 425 (4RPr of carnelian)

side a. b. g. d.

inscription { >< } ><

transnumeration 057-034-056 017-050 {001} >< 046-044 042-038 ><

Comments a. See Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV, and � 06f. Inscriptions on Sealstones. b. for 001 VIR, cf. #234 et #240. g. the signgroup 046-044 appears only on seals: #255.g, #257.b, #269.g, #275.b, #302.b. d. the same signgroup recurs on sealstones #154, #224.a, and #276.a; cf. #151. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces d. a. b. g. >< 042-038 >< 057-034-056 >< 017-050 >< *001 046-044

#310 in AB values side signgroup d. a. b. g. ]A-JA KI-TA-KU >AU-TI VIR <TI-AU A*301-KO Linear A A-JA (SY Za 2d); cf. A-JA-KU (KN Zf 13), A-JA-[ (PK Za 18), ]A-JA[ (PE Zc 4) a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIV -AU-TA- (KO(?) Zf 2) PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4)

#311 SITIA S: CMS IV 138 (4RPr of white and gray marble) side a. b. g. d. inscription * * •?•?•? * * * >< * transnumeration 038-010 •?-•?-•? 044-005 >< 044-049

Comments b: CHIC: unreadable. #311 in AB values side signgroup a. b. g. d. JA-RI ? KO-Rv KO-RO3 Linear A a toponymn related to SA-RA2 & A-DU; see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII ~KI-RO ("owed") ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#312 XIDA S: CMS VI 105 (AM 1910.234; CS no. 150; 4RPr of green jasper) side a. d. b. c. inscription transnumeration 038-010-031 036-092-031 047-049-013 >< X 076-013

* >< X

Comments b: the usual position for logogram

* *152 BOS is between the first two signs; see Notes to Sign 012, App. XVII.A.

JGY normalizes and reorders the faces a. d. c. b. #312 in AB values side signgroup a. JA-RI-RE Linear A signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) 038-010-031 036-092-031 X 076 *152 BOS * 047-049 >< *152 BOS

X

d. c. b.

SA2-RU -RE O-MU2 or O BOS >QE-RO3 BOS <RO3-QE BOS

SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) O-MI[ (ZA 27.2); cf. WA-O-MI (HT Wc 3006a) ~KI-RO ("owed"), ~KU-RO ("balance," "total") cf. QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4-5; HT 111a.3; HT 118.2-3; HT 122b.3-4), QERA2-JA (HT 3.1-2), QE-RA2-U (HT 1.1-2; HT 95a.4-5, b.4-5), QE-RA2-WA (HT 86a.1-2)

#313 MONI OD. S: HM 2850 (6-sided cube of ivory) side a. b. inscription transnumeration 042-019 019-095-052

#313 in AB values side a.-b. signgroup A-SA-SA-RA3-NE Linear A A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common)

#314 NEAPOLIS S: CMS VI 102 (AM 1938.1166; CS no. 165; 8-sided prism of agate) side α. β. γ. δ. ε. ζ. η1. η2. θ1 θ2 inscription X X X X X * < > transnumeration X 050-031-034 044-049 X 050-007-018 X 046-*168-044 038-010-031 X 036-092-031 044-049 018-043 018-043 <044>-005

Comments α: hapax legomenon β: between the two signs is *309, which can be separated out; see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII). γ: compare >< 028-007-018 (#296.a) δ: between the two signs is *168, which can be separated out; see Notes to Signgroups, App. VIII); the signgroup 046-044 appears only on seals: #255.g, #257.b, #269.g, #275.b, #302.b, #314.d. η-θ: the inscription here seems separate; unlike the other faces, each of which has one signgroup, these two faces present a continuous and circular inscription, with 044 (η1) ajacent to, and also accompanying, 005 (θ2). If 018-043-018-043 (η2-θ1) is phonetic RA4-SO-RA4-SO, perhaps a variant of SA-RA2, then compare HT 32 with two lists, one headed by SA-RA2, the other by SU-RE. JGY normalizes and reorders the faces

α. β. γ. δ. ε. ζ.

X X X X X

X 050-031-034 044-049 *309 050-007-018 X 046-044 *168 038-010-031 X 036-092-031

___________________________________________________________ η2-θ1. 018-043-018-043 0 * 0 η1-θ2. #314 in AB values side α. γ. δ. ε. ζ. β. η2-θ1. signgroup TI-RE-TA TI-MI-RA4 A*301-KO JA-RI-RE SA2-RU-RE [ KO-RO3 *309 RA4-SO-RA4-SO or >RA4-SO <SO-RA4 Linear A -TA-RI-SE-, A-TU-RI-SI-TI, TU-RU-SA -TO-MA-RO- (KO (?) Zf 2), WA-TU-MA-RE (HT 128a.2) PU-KO (HT 31a.1); cf. A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY Zb 4) signgroup related to SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. XXXIII) SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total") = < > 044-049 <044>-005

RO-SI-RA[ (ZA 9.3-4); RU-SA (HT 96a.3); cf. SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups, App. III); SA-RO (HT 94b.3),

η1-θ2.

KO-RO3 KO-Rv

SA-RU (HT 95a.3. b.1; HT 123.4-5) ~KU-RO ("balance," "total") ~KI-RO ("owed")

#315 ARKH S: CMS II 1.391 (14-sided "baton" of ivory; L. 5.67, W. 1.28 x 1.85 cm), from Phournoi Rm III (EM III-MM IA context), placed by Yule in his Archanes Script Group, MM IA-IB (Sbonias 1995, 107-13).

Comments CMS switches faces D & F -- the paper replica at right has the correct position of the faces. Paper replica by JGY, with faces as on the "baton" (descriptions below as if in impression) A, B, C: caprid stands to right; Border-Leaf filling motifs D: CHIC *181 E: caprid stands to right; Border-Leaf filling motifs F: basket/bucket, possibly CHIC *157 G: CHIC: Possible signs (•?-•?-•?) -- JGY follows CMS in seeing 038-•-012 -•I: 042-019 H: 019-095-052 J: 008 K: man & basket/bucket, 001? + *157 + L: *010 M (base): rosette N (handle): caprid stands right; Border-Leaf filling motifs

1. top to bottom: faces A, B, C 2. top to bottom: faces F E D

3. top to bottom: faces G H I

4. top to bottom: faces L K J

6. base, face M 5. handle, face N JGY normalizes and reorders the faces D. F. G. J. K. L. I-H. *181 *157 (See Notes to Signgroups, App. XV) -•? 038-•-012 008 001 *157 010 042-019-019-095-052

?

#315 in AB values side D. F. G. signgroup *181 *157 ??? Linear AB ~Linear B *134 ~Linear AB *123 ??? AROM

J. L. I.-H.

A3 RI A-SA-SA-RA3-NE

A (HT 37.5; HT Wa 1147; HT Wa 1148; HT Wa 1149; KH Wc 2122) cf. OLE+RI (HT 23a.2; HT 35.2; HT 60.1; KH 82.2) A-SA-SA-RA-NE (common)

Additions since (or not in) CHIC
CMS II 1.392, cylinder of bone, from Phournoi Rm I (MM I context), placed by Yule in his Archanes Script Group, MM IA-IB (Sbonias 1995, 10713)

seal face a.

sign

transnumeration *181 ~Linear B *134

CMS II 3.23, amygdaloid of black steatite, from Knossos, a "house south of the palace," perhaps the South House, though Brice 1961: 24 says "Little Palace") Using the sequence of commodities and fractions on three seals (CHIC #206, #291, #292) reconstructed in Notes to Signgroups XV, it is possible to see on CMS II 3.23, reading left to right in impression FIC spanning the top and bottom lines, and, in the bottom line, *309, perhaps *308, and *157, and, in the top line (after the top of FIC, the remnants of a sign (perhaps Δ) and Σ. As on the seal:
* a1 (bottom line, right to left) *157, *308, *309 * a1-2 (spanning both lines, then reading left to right)

FIC, *302, *307

JGY normalizes seal face a1 inscription
*

transnumeration *157 *308 *309 *155 Δ Σ

normalization *157/AB*123 Koppa "mina" FIC 1/3 Σ

* a1-2 Comments CHIC: Cf. #206, #291, #292. See Notes to Signgroups, App. XV.

CMS II 6.230 (Knossos StratMus. MP/94/2), impressed handle fragment, from Pyrgos, the west quarter inscription >< transnumeration 019-070 normalization SA-RO

Compare Linear A: SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II); if <-- RO-SA, cf. RO+SE (HT 93a.1)

CMS II 8.15, nodulus; from Knossos, South House (MM IIA context, found with a Linear A tablet; Weingarten in Evely et al., Knossos: A Labyrinth of History, 177-8: according to the technical definition of an inscription [at least two signs], this is not an inscription, but it does perhaps present "the earliest evidence for the use of Hieroglyhphic seals at Knossos"). The seal that impressed the nodulus looks as if it were made of ivory (hippopotomus) or bone. against an interlace background seal impression transnumeration 008 normalization A3

Comments As a single sign,

008, A3 also appears on #315.J from Arkhanes (MM IA context), also of ivory.

CMS III 236, 4RPr of cornelian, said to be from Malia side inscription a b quadruped recumbent c monkey sits to right c whorl

transnumeration 038

CMS V Suppl. 1B.329, impression of a three-sided elliptical prism on a MM II amphora from Petras House 1, room Φ. inscription transnumeration normalization 042-036 A-SA2

CMS VI Add. 2, 3EPr of steatite side inscription a b c sheep-bovine face

transnumeration 049-045-056 055-005-031

CMS XII 96, reel of black steatite side inscription transnumeration top zone: papyrus flower; bottom zone (read right to left): b. 042-070-025 or 042 X 025 or X top zone: net pattern with rhomboids; bottom zone (read a. 019-019-095 left to right):
taking both sides together: b-a. X A-SA-SA-RA - TE may be a sign or just a floral filler

normalization A-RO-TE or A X TE SA-SA-RA

CMS XII 9D, 3-sided prism of black steatite side inscription transnumeration a. 044-049 b. 044-005

normalization KO-RO3 KO-Rv

CMS XII 10D, 3EPr of green jasper side inscription a b c

transnumeration 036-034 038-010-032 044-005

Scripta Minoa, p. 15 no. P.11, 4-sided prism of steatite, said to be in the National Museum, Athens side inscription transnumeration normalization b. 038-010-032 JA-RI-RE2

Vrysinas peak sanctuary, mixed MM and LM deposit (Hallager, Papdopoulou, Tzachili, "The First Hieroglyphic Inscription from Western Crete," Kadmos 50, 2011, 63-74). Four-sided rectangular prism (4RPr) of dark brown-red jasper side inscription transnumeration a. 044-005 b. 044-049 c. 049-072 d. 042-038
a: the first sign may be 040 (see my reconstruction of #309b) b: the first sign may be an elongated version of 092 (cf. #131, #229, #263, etc.; and 036-092-031 on #254g, #257b, #258b, etc.)

Petras Hieroglyphic Documents
a web edition with commentary
inaugural date: 2 January 2005; last update:14 August 2010

Notes For best viewing results, widen this webfile to at least 25 cm. In the commentary (not in the headings), CHIC documents (numbers preceded by #) in bold (e.g., #225) are sealstones or impressions.

In the "normalizations" (phonetic readings) suggested below, the phonetic identifications of the Hiero signs are based on Notes on the Signs, a separate study of the individual signs, their resemblances to Linear A/B signs and the patterns of their use in Hiero. The phonetic values of signs in black are considered certain; those in red are considered probable; and those in green are considered possible. With green values, sometimes only the consonant is guessed and the syllable is then rendered as in the following Kv. A raised asterisk after the syllabogram indicates the reading is doubtful (e.g.,
*

), similarly for the underlined transnumeration and normalization (e.g., 042 A).

Petras
Tsipopoulou, M., and E. Hallager (with contributions by C. D. Annibale and D. Mylona). 2010. Hieroglyphic Archive at Petras, Siteias. Athens: The Danish Institute at Athens. Tsipopoulou, M., and E. Hallager. 1996a. "Inscriptions with Hieroglyphs and Linear A from Petras, Siteia," SMEA 37: 7-46, esp. 39-42. Tsipopoulou, M., and E. Hallager. 1996b. "A New Hieroglyphic Archive from Petras, Siteia," Kadmos 35: 164-67. Tsipopoulou, M. 1998. "The Hieroglyphic Archive from the Palatial Building at Petras," AJA 102; 391.

He 1 medallion comes from the Magazine Corridor (LM IB destruction context?). An amphora impressed with a Hieroglyphic seal comes from House 1, room Φ: CMS V Suppl. 1B, no. 329 (see HieroSealsImps.html) The rest of the documents come from the Hieroglyphic deposit, which fell during a conflagration in MM IIB from an upper room onto a hard yellow clay floor laid over the monumental N. doorway. The deposit consists of crescents Ha 003-5 roundel Hc 002 medallions He 006-015 bars Hh 016, 017 sealstone impressions 01-06 of hieroglyphic sealstones many sealings impressed by non-hieroglyphic sealstones many fragments of once-inscribed texts For crescents, the following denote the sides: &alpha: the part of the surface which carries the seal impression(s) - usually found on top of the crescent. &beta: the "concave" side of the crescent &gamma: the flat reverse of the crescent &delta: the "convex" side of the crescent Palaeography & Pinacology (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 168-177) There were at least 3 scribes at work on documents from the Hieroglyphic Deposit: bars Hh 016 and 017 were written by two different people crescent Ha 003 was written by a person different from that who produced bar Hh 016 and medallion He 001 bar Hh 016 was written by a person different from those who produced medallion He 011, medallion He 006, and medallion He 007 Since 4 documents (Hh 017, He 006, 007, and 008) are made of soft fine yellow clay and were inscribed by a very fine, well-pointed stylus, they may have been written by the same scribe. Sign 042 is consistenly written with an incurved top and bottom line, like glyptic versions of the double-ax sign -- and like the sign on MA/Y Yb 01. Vocabulary (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 176-77) "None of the sign-groups found on the Petras documents have previously been attested in the corpus of hieroglyphic inscriptions. For this reason there is no comparative material." JGY suggests possible comparanda below.

PE Ha 003, crescent (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 84 & 155-56). On top (α), an impression from a single seal. D. 3.7 x 1.6. Th. 1.15. side inscription transnumeration α PE 001 (palmette) β 039-070-068 γ 042-023-011 δ •-031-039-• • *• Possibly the preliminary document to the totalling document Hh 016. β (p. 177). cf. PE Hh 016.b1: 50 039-070-086 γ. JGY: cf. PE He 001.A-B: X +• 042-033-011 040+• δ. JGY: the space at end is insufficient for a fourth sign, and a four-sign wordgroup is itself not common. JGY: If read consistent with the direction implied on γ, starting at the "left" end with 042, I normalize the direction of the readings as below, reading opposite sides together, α+γ then β+δ. JGY normalizes side α γ β δ inscription PE 001: palmette <> *• <> transnumeration 042-023-011 068-070-039 <> 031-039-• <> normalization A-TU-SI Rv-RO3-PA3 RE-PA3-•

PE Ha 004, crescent (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 84 & 155-56). D. 2.05 x 1.7. Th. 1.13. side inscription transnumeration α deest deest β deest deest γ 034-• • δ deest deest γ: 034-054 possible. JGY: 034-056 TA-KU appears on KN #049.c1 and #061.d2.

PE Ha 005, crescent (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 86 & 155-56). D. 3.02 x [1.37]. Th. [1.15]. side α β γ δ inscription deest not visible/preserved, possibly vacat not visible/preserved, possibly vacat deest transnumeration deest not visible/preserved, possibly vacat not visible/preserved, possibly vacat deest

"Since [no inscription or seal impression] can be seen, Ha 005 must probably be a crescent which was in the process of being prepared but had not yet been inscribed or given seal impression(s)."

PE Hc 002, roundel (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 80 & 157). This (and possibly ME 96/0444A, fragment) is the first roundel in a hieroglyphic context. D. 2.73 x 2.48. Th. 1.0. side inscription a sigillum, supra sigillum 1 b vacat sigillum PE 021 (discoid? seal: curved stroke with dot in front, faint strokes. Pres. D. 1.1)

PE He 001 -- Medallion from E-W corridor of the N. magazines [LM IB destruction context?], just south of the eastern-most ashlar block [just outside and east of the entrance to Magazine 2, the second from the west] (M. Tsipopoulou and E. Hallager, "Inscriptions with Hieroglyphs and Linear A from Petras, Siteia," SMEA 37 (1996) 7-46, esp. 39-42) side inscription transnumeration a X 042-033-011 X b +[•] 703 040+[•] 703

Comments a: JGY: a heading; cf. PE Ha 003.c: 042-023-011. In the Notes to Sign 033, I suggest that it (besides being a predecessor to A*47) represents a voiced dental (Tv, Dv); if so, then 042-033 could join the list of other occurrences of A-TU at Petras (see note to PE Hh 016), with the alternative possibility of being a spelling variation on the more common A-DE heading in Hieroglyphic (cf. A-DU in Linear A). b: The ligatured sign looks like 042 as it sometimes appears as a mason's mark. b: JGY: The ligatured sign looks like an abbreviated 039 or an abbreviated and haftless 042. As a ligature, it resembles Linear A

*566 (086+188) or *565 (086+'188'). *566 employs the standard form of 188 and occurs only by itself on KH roundels (Wc 2058-62). *565 employs a square version of 188 and occurs on HT 8b.5, a commodity that is measured in a fraction (J, 1/2) and presumably is disbursed to PAJA-RE, and on HT 26b.4 (7 units contributed?). JGY: It is remotely possible that the ligatured sign is Petras's way of writing <-057-040 KI-RO2 (also retrograde on MA #118b). For the number 703, cf. PE Hh 017.a 740. JGY normalizes side a-b OR a-b inscription X +[•] 703 transnumeration X 042-033-011 040+[•] 703 normalization A-/TvDv/-SI RO2+[•] A-/TvDv/-SI RO2+[•]

X

703

X 042-033-011 A*566 703

Compare a: if something like A-/TvDv/-SI, cf. Linear A: A-DU (common) b: ?? <--- KI+RO2 ??

PE He 006, medallion fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 74 & 158-61). D. 3.70 x 3.39. Th. 1.25. side inscription transnumeration a 042-023-049 * b vacat vacat

a: 023 is probable but not certain. JGY: A-TU, see the note to Hh 016. For JGY normalizes side a OR a inscription * *

023,

031 might be preferred; see PE He 007.

transnumeration 042-023 *049 042-023 *174

normalization A-TU RO3 A-TU RE

PE He 007, medallion fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 74-75 & 158-61). D. 3.64 x [2.42]. Th. 0.84. side a b inscription X 30[ transnumeration X 056-031 30[

a: X 038-031 possible (see KN #033.a, #044.a, #056.dA, #057.c, #069.v) JGY: 056-031 is probably correct KU-RE meaning "paid" vel sim. (cf. KN #032.a1) JGY: for the number 30, see He 010, He 011, Hh 016.d JGY normalizes side a-b inscription X 30[ transnumeration 056-031 30[ normalization KU-RE 30[

PE He 008, medallion (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 75 & 158-61). D. [2.05 x 1.49]. Th. 0.62. side inscription transnumeration a vest. vest. b vacat vacat

PE He 009, medallion fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 75-76 & 158-61). D. 3.75 x 4.02. Th. 1.11. side a b inscription X• 20 * * transnumeration X •-072-019-070 20

a: [•] resembles an animal head, perhaps 018. 072 not absolutely certain. a: JGY: cf. 019-070 NEW PYR Yb 1; 019-070-061 on #040.a1. Sign modifies TELA (as Linear A KU does). b: JGY: for the number, see He 012, 014; Hh 016.a2 + d JGY normalizes side a-b inscription X• * * 20 transnumeration X •-072 019-070 20

072 usually is part of a transaction term (KA-PA3, KA-RO3) or

normalization •-KA SA-RO 20

PE He 010, medallion (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 76 & 158-61). D. 3.60 x [3.49]. Th. 1.01. side inscription transnumeration a ••• ••• b 30 30 a: the first sign may be 011, Hh 016.d. 042. JGY: if so, the statement is probably a heading -•-• 30 (cf. Ha 003.c, He 001). For the number 30, see He 007, He

PE He 011, medallion fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 77 & 158-61). D. 3.05 x [2.16]. Th. 0.68. side a b inscription * 30 • transnumeration 061-013-• 30

a: 061 could be 023 ; • cannot be 042, perhaps a sign similar to A *305 (cf. HT 9b.2) or an unusual variant of 034 . JGY: for the first sign, 023 is more likely; cf. the similarly crisp zig-zag on Ha 003 and Hh 016a; if this were 061, it would be hapax beginning a word, whereas 061 is a common ending in the rest of the Hiero inscriptions. The parallels make it likely that 013 is BOS *152 -- see Notes to Sign 013 for the possibility that 013, as the median sign of a trisyllabic signgroup, needs to be separated out, creating a disyllabic transaction word plus logogram. Since A-TU occurs several times in the PE corpus (see note to Hh 016), and since 042 is possible here, I restore it. JGY: for the number 30, see He 007, He 010, Hh 016.d JGY normalizes and hypothesizes side inscription transnumeration normalization

a-b

]

30

042-]023 *152 30

A-]TU BOS 30

PE He 012, medallion fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 77-78 & 158-61). D. 3.25 x [2.22]. Th. 0.58. side inscription transnumeration a •-025-• • • b 20[ 20[ a: the first sign may be 072. The last sign may be one of the animal heads 011-016. b: 20 is a minimum. JGY: in Hallager's palaeography section (p. 173), he suggests this occurrence to 072; another possibility for the last sign is dotted eyelashes are missing; cf. Hh 016.d: 20 025-056-005 20. JGY: for the number, cf. He 009, 014; Hh 016.a2. JGY normalizes and hypothesizes side a-b OR a-b inscription 20[ 20[ transnumeration 072-005 *025 20[ 072-025 *152 20[ normalization KA-Rv TE 20[ KA-TE BOS 20

005, although the

PE He 013, medallion (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 78 & 158-61). D. 3.63 x [3.33]. Th. 0.85. side a b inscription vest. 10[ transnumeration vest. 10[

b. the number is a minimum. JGY: for the number, see Hh 016.a1, Hx 018

PE He 014, medallion(?) fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 78-79 & 158-61). D. [2.17] x [1.95]. Th. 0.76. side a b inscription ] 20 transnumeration ] 041 20

JGY: for the number, see He 009, 012; Hh 016.a2+d JGY normalizes side a-b inscription ] 20 transnumeration ] *163 20 normalization ] TELA 20

PE He 015, medallion fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 79 & 158-61). D. [1.23 x 0.94]. Th. [0.58]. side inscription transnumeration a vacat b vacat

PE Hh 016, four-sided clay bar without suspension hole (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 71 & 161-65). D. 9.03 x 2.2 x 2.3. side inscription a X 10 | b X 50 | • c X 20 | 40 vacat 64 | .1 vacat .2 *• 60 transnumeration X 056-005 10 | 062-013-057-041 20 | 042-023-041 60 X 039-070-086 50 | •-029-049 40 vacat X 011-006-092-033 64 | .1 vacat .2 040-029-078-•

d 025-056-005 20 vest. vacat 20 vest. vacat Possibly the totalling document for the preliminary document Ha 003. b. (p. 177) Compare Ha 003β. Instead of 086, 068 is possible but it is never closed at top & bottom; to 086 there are two double strokes at the lower exterior part and four small strokes dropping from the upper horizontal line -- perhaps a new sign (JGY: in CHIC, 086 is hapax; 068 includes some examples on sealstones where the top and bottom are closed [#225.a, and especially close on #272.c]; MT & EH continue: I wonder therefore if 086 in CHIC isn't really another version of 068). Instead of •, perhaps 046 (JGY: 046 is possible). c. The 2nd half of c is ruled horizontally with an inscription only in the upper zone (.2). • may be 031; numerals are less likely (JGY: "less likely" since tens are stacked in a column, not aligned in a row). c1. JGY: 033 is crammed against 092. Since the bar was written right to left, the 2nd half begins with the inscription and ends with the vacat. c2. JGY: while I agree with MT+EH that 031 is preferable to 30, 30 makes better transactional sense. For the number 30, see He 007, He 010, He 011. JGY: the normal way to read a bar is from opposite side to opposite side (see Homepage, "Document Types, Bars"). If d is the last transaction, then the reading should be a+c (which also ends abruptly) and b+d.

Transaction Document. List 1 a X 10 20 60 c X 30 vacat List 2 b X d 64 X 056-005 10 062-013-057-041 20 042-023-041 60 X 011-006-092-033 64 040-029-078 30 vacat

50 40 vacat

X 039-070-068 50 046-029-049 40 vacat

025-056-005 20 20 vest. vacat vest. vacat In list 1 (a+c) the target amount is 60 (a.3), of which 50 (20+30) has been paid leaving 10 owing ( 056-005 KU-Rv); c.1 seems to express an actual amount 64 (an actual amount that may have been needed? or perhaps a disbursement of raw material to be worked, 60 of which are then expected to be returned?). In list 2 (b+d) the target amount is implied to be 110, of which 90 (50+40) has been paid, leaving 20 owing (TE-KU-Rv); TE is less likely to be a commodity than, as in the HT Linear A documents, a transaction sign signifying "from", i.e., origin or delivery (cf. PE He 012). The commodity in list 1 is TELA (a.1, 2, possibly also in list 2). This must be a preliminary document since so little has actually been collected -- and the bar is not pierced, so therefore not meant for hanging, which, if correct, would imply that only final or quasi-final documents hung from something. JGY: in the Petras corpus (cf. He 001). PE Ha 003.a PE Hh 016a PE He 006.a PE He 011.a PE He 001.a In the last (possible) occurrence, CHIC Notes to Sign 033), thus Tv/Dv. • A-TU-• appears 3 times (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 177), probably 4 times (cf. He 011) and possibly 5 times

*

OR

042-023-011 042-023-041 042-023 *049 orf *174 042-023-013 042-033-011

A-TU-SI A-TU-WA A-TU RO3 or RE A-TU BOS A-*033-SI

*033 may be the predecessor to Linear AB

*047 and may have had represented a dental phoneme (see

All five possibilities, therefore, suggest that, at Petras, corpus, predecessor to A-DU in Linear A. JGY normalizes List 1 side inscription a.3 60 a.2 a.1 X c.2a c.2b vacat c.1 X 10 30 64 20

A-TU is written for the more common

A-DE in the rest of the Hieroglyphic

transnumeration 042-023 *163 60 062-013-057 *163 20 X 056-005 10 040-029-078 30 vacat X 011-006-092-033 64

normalization A-TU TELA 60 NA-MU2-KI TELA 20 X KU-Rv 10 RO2-MA-DO 30 vacat X SI2-NWA-RU-*033 64

List 2 side inscription b.1 X 50 b.2 40 vacat d 20 or d 20 Transaction Summary List 1 TELA: assessment a.3: 60 transnumeration X 039-070-068 50 046-029-049 40 vacat 025-056-005 20 vest. vacat 056-005 *025 20 vest. vacat normalization X PA3-RO-Rv 50 *046-MA-RO3 40 vacat TE-KU-Rv 20 KU-Rv TE 20 vest. vacat

<paid> c.2a: a.2: 30 20

[deficit] a.1: 10

actual amount?? c.1: 64

List 2 assessment of ?? [110]

<paid> b.1: b.2: 50 40

[deficit] d: 20

PE Hh 017, four-sided clay bar (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 72-73 & 161-65). No suspension hole. D. 6.48 x 2.0 x 1.8. side inscription transnumeration a [•]-080-057-070 740 [•] * * 740

b X 042-[•] 3500 X [•] 3500 c vest.-[•]vest. vest.-[•]-vest. d vacat c: • may be 078. JGY: again, if opposite sides are read, then it should read a with c, and b with d. If the 2nd sign on b is 066, then it again is a divider between A and a number; see Notes to Sign 066. JGY: The high number 3500 should represent an assessment, to which 2760 has been paid (side c?) and 740 is still owed (KI-RO). The large number 3500 is somewhat similar to the largest number in the CHIC Hiero corpus: 6400 which is given as a supernummery number in #049 (that is, the rest of the bar concerns 1100 [[200]] and its subdivisions; apparently #049 concerns MUL and possibly also • 027-•). The largest numbers in Linear A are linked to logograms: 1060 GRA+PA (HT 102) and 3000 VAS (HT 31), also (no logogram) 1000 (KH 81), 2000 (MA 10). JGY: If a transaction document (below), side a clearly gives the deficit (KI-RO 740); the large amount 3500 should be the assessment, we would then expect 2760 to have been paid. Since side b begins with X, that side may start the document. We would arrange the document d+b then c+a. Transaction Document b: assessment 3500 JGY normalizes side inscription d vacat b X • 3500 c a vest.•vest. • 740 a: [deficit] •740 transnumeration X 042-• 3500 vest.-•-vest. •-080 057-070 740 c?: <paid> vest. [2760] normalization X A-• 3500 [KU-RO 2760] •-080 KI-RO 740

PE Hx 018 (ME 97/00030A), bar or label? (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73 & 165-66). inscription transnumeration ] | 10|[ ] | 10|[ Two straight lines flank the numeral.

PE Hx 019 (ME 96/0665(2)E), fragment perhaps part of Ha 004, a crescent (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 86 & 165-66). side γ impression ]• transnumeration ]•

PE Hx 020 (ME 96/0433C), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 118 & 165-66). inscription vest. transnumeration vest.

PE Hx 021 (ME 96/0430D), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 118 & 165-66). inscription ]•[ transnumeration ]•[

PE Hx 022 (ME 96/1208B), fragment, undoubtedly of a crescent (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 118 & 165-66). inscription ]•[ transnumeration ]•[

PE Hx 023 (ME 96/0665F), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 118 & 165-66). inscription ] vest. [ transnumeration ] vest. [

PE Hx 024 (ME 97/Misc 3A), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 119 & 165-66). inscription ]vest.[ transnumeration ]vest.[

PE Hx 025 (ME 96/1145C), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 119 & 165-66). inscription ]vest.[ transnumeration ]vest.[

PE Hx 026 (ME 97/Misc 2A), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 119 & 165-66). inscription ] [ transnumeration 039

The sign could equally be an initial X.

PE Hx 027 (ME 97/0051F), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 119 & 165-66). inscription vest. transnumeration vest.

PE Hx 028 (ME 96/Misc 4D), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 120 & 165-66). inscription ]vest.[ transnumeration ]vest.[

PE Hx 029 (ME 96/Misc 4D), fragment (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 73, 120 & 165-66). inscription ]vest.[ transnumeration ]vest.[

The edge carries a seal impression: PE 054a: geometric design.

PE I 01, stopper? sealing over a vase rim? (ME 97/0052) (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 115), impression from seal PE 028, perhaps a stamp (EH says perhaps a prism) inscription *• 044 is uncanonical in shape, but cf. CHIC #152; an alternative would be 042. The sign in the center is a very deeply engraved square with a less deeply engraved triangle on the top, perhaps *157 AROM as on #291. JGY: the inscription makes better sense retrograde, with 044-049 KU-RO3 as a common version (especially on seals) of KU-RO, "total," flanking the logogram 049 or . This kind of placement (two signs of a disyllable signgroup flanking the logogram) is common ("monogram"); see Notes to Signgroups VII. JGY normalizes inscription • * OR • * transnumeration • 044-049 *052 • 044-049 *157 transcription • KU-RO3 NE • KU-RO3 AROM transnumeration 049-052-044-•

PE I 02 (ME 96/0742) (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, ), peg sealing (cf. MA, CMS II.6, no. 183), impression from seal PE 010, a prism inscription [ transnumeration 070 [ transcription RO [

PE I 03 (ME 0020B) (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, ), impression from seal PE 038, probably a prism or a diskoid inscription •• transnumeration 013-•-• transcription MU2-•-•

PE I 04 (ME 0025A) (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, ), combination sealing, impression from seal PE 029, a rectangular prism inscription •• perhaps transnumeration 038-•-• 038-010-031 (or 038-010) transcription JA-•-•

PE I 05 (ME 0025A) (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, ), combination sealing, impression from seal PE 030, a prism inscription • transnumeration • transcription •

PE I 06 (ME 0309B) (Tsipopoulou & Hallager 2010, 86), perhaps part of a crescent, impression from seal PE 017, perhaps a stamp impression ] *[ transnumeration ] 056 [ transcription ] KU [

The Administrative Hieroglyphic Documents from Malia
a web edition of CHIC with commentary
inaugural date: 21 December 2005; last update: 14 August 2010
Notes For non-administrative Hieroglyphic documents from Malia, see Miscellaneous Hieroglyphic Documents. For best viewing results, widen your browser screen to at least 25 cm. In the commentary (not in the headings), CHIC documents (numbers preceded by #) in bold (e.g., #225) are sealstones or impressions. In the "normalizations" (phonetic readings) suggested below, the phonetic identifications of the Hiero signs are based on Notes on the Signs, a separate study of the individual signs, their resemblances to Linear A/B signs and the patterns of their use in Hiero. The phonetic values of signs in black are considered certain; those in red are considered probable; and those in green are considered possible. With green values, sometimes only the consonant is guessed and the syllable is then rendered as in the following Kv. A raised asterisk after the syllabogram indicates the reading is doubtful (e.g.,
*

), similarly for the underlined transnumeration and normalization (e.g., 042 A).

Malia, Quartier Mu
#070. MA/M Hd (HM 1091 [ Mu I, 20]), cone; from Mu IV 5, SE corner (H. [2.1]; D. base ca. 3.5 cm). MA/M Style 3 inscription
*

transnumeration 042-034-007-040

Comments < Since the inscription encircles the cone, it could start with any sign and be read forwards or backwards. Sign 042 is probably always an initial; see Notes to Sign 042. Notes to Signgroups III.B & III.C suggest that 034-049 go together; since 049 RO3 and 040 RO2 have roughly the same phonetic value, then 034-040 may also go together -- see 042-034-049 (#062) from Knossos. See Inflection Sequence 5a2. JGY normalizes inscription
*

transnumeration *175 034-007-040
*

normalization A TA-MI- RO2

or, reading retrograd:

*175 040-007-034, A

RO2-MI-TA

Compare Hieroglyphic:

034-007, TA-MI (#308); Linear A: TO- ME (PE 2.4), TU-MA (HT 94b.1)

#071. MA/M Hd (HM 1092 [ Mu I, 21]), cone; from Mu IV 5, W (H. 3; D. base ca. 2.5 cm). MA/M Style 1 side X Comments CHIC: cf. ] ]056-070-061 (#059.dB). Signgroup 056-070 is a transaction term meaning "total"; see Transaction Terms. Sign 061 is a common terminal. Sign, as a prefixed adjunct (and therefore in the initial position) or appended logogram (to be read after the transaction term). For KU-RO prefixed with a sign, there is two certain and one possible parallel. A3-KU-RO 008-056-070 (#132) - * - -062-034-002-056-070- (#328) [•] 042[•]056-070-061 A[•]KU-RO (#059.dB) For KU-RO followed by a logogram, there at least one parallel. 056-070 *159, etc. (#118.a) cf. JGY normalizes inscription X
or: X

inscription X 022-056-070-061

transnumeration

022, may function

028-049-041-003 (#053.aA)

transnumeration X 056-070-061 *022
X 022-056-070-061, VIR4-KU-RO-

normalization KU-ROVIR4

Compare Linear A: KU-RO ... VIR (HT 25b.2); cf. (if

VIR4 has a phonetic value) PO-TO-KU-RO (HT 122b.6, HT 131b.4)

#072. MA/M He (HM 1654 [ Mu I, 8]), medallion [<--]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.1 x 3.3 x 0.3 cm). MA/M Style 4 side a b Comments Malia Document Sets, I: Mu: Medallions a: CHIC: -030 less probable. a: The signgroup recurs (in variation) on Knossos documents #042, #057, #061 (see Notes to Signs 011 and 029); cf. two noduli also from Malia Mu). JGY normalizes side a b inscription
*

inscription
*

><

vacat

transnumeration 011-038-029 vacat

011-038-016 (#148,

><

vacat

transnumeration 011-038-029 vacat

normalization > SI-JA-MA vacat

Compare a: Linear A: SA-JA-MA (HT 31.3)

#073. MA/M He (HM 1655 [ Mu I, 9]), medallion [no suspension hole]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (2.9 x 3 x 0.5 cm). MA/M Style 4 side a b Comments Malia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions CHIC: no suspension hole, but the tang seems to have been pinched around a fissure (the procedure no doubt took place before the incising which was not affected by it). a: CHIC: 027 over an erasure. JGY: for the signgroup, see Notes to Signgroups III.C. JGY normalizes side a b inscription >< vacat transnumeration 027-034-070 vacat normalization >RA3-TA-RO inscription >< vacat transnumeration 027-034-070 vacat

Compare a. retrograde: Linear A: RI-TA-RU (KH 6.4)

#074. MA/M He (HM 1656 [ Mu I, 10]), medallion [<--]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.7 x 3.8 x 0.8 cm) side a b Comments Malia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions Notes to Sign 042, suggests separating 042 and reading the rest of the signgroup retrograde. JGY normalizes side a b inscription vacat
or:

inscription >< vacat

transnumeration 042-070-060-044 vacat

transnumeration vacat
042-070-060-044, A-RO-KO2-KO

normalization *175 044-060-070 vacat

A KO-KO2-RO

Compare a: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total"); A-KA-RU (HT 2.1, HT 86a.1, b.1)

#075. MA/M He (HM 1657 [ Mu I, 11]), medallion [broken at top]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 3.3 x [2.5] x 0.6 cm) side a inscription • transnumeration • 060-009

b Comments

vacat

vacat

Malia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions a: CHIC: an erased sign, accidentally or not, perhaps itself over an erasure; JGY: the signgroup is hapax legomenon here, and attested. Nonetheless, 009 otherwise acts as an initial only, forcing a retrograde reading. JGY normalizes side a b inscription • vacat transnumeration 009-060- • vacat normalization A2-KO2- • vacat

- 009-060 is not

Compare a: Linear A: if A2-KO2- RO , cf. KU-RO ("balance," "total"); A-KA-RU (HT 2.1, HT 86a.1, b.1); if > A-NE (PK Za 11.b-c)

• -KO2-A, cf. KO-JA (HT 119.2), A-KO-

#076. MA/M He (HM 1658 [ Mu I, 12]), medallion [--_]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (4.3 x 4.2 x 0.8 cm). MA/M Style 2 side a b Comments Malia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions The first two signs recur in 008-056-070 (#132); see Notes to Sign 013 suggesting that JGY normalizes side a b
or:

inscription >< vacat

transnumeration 008-056-013 vacat

013 be separated.

inscription >< vacat
008-056-013, A3-KU-MU2

transnumeration 008-056 *152 vacat

normalization A3-KU BOS vacat

Compare a: Linear A: if A3-KU BOS, cf. JA-KU (MA 3b.2); cf. JA-KU-TI (KN 1a.1-2), A-KU-JU-PA-*118 (PA 1.1-2), A-KU-TU-*361[ (TY 3a.7); if A3-KUMU2, cf. A-KU-MI-NA (ZA 10a.1-2)

#077. MA/M He (HM 1659 [ Mu I, 13]), medallion [<--]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.3 x 3 x 0.5 cm). MA/M Style 2 side a b Comments a: CHIC: 031 lacks its stem (cf. #080). JGY: Although the signgroup is hapax legomenon here and this is the only appearance of sign 081, sign * 055 precedes a Rv syllabogram in two other signgroups (see Notes to Sign 055: X [ 055-070-049[ [#022.g] and ] [ >< ]070-055-057-056[ [#103.a-b]; cf. X >< X 070-056-057-011 [#185]). It is tempting, therefore to read this signgroup retrograde. JGY normalizes side a b inscription
*

inscription
*

vacat

transnumeration 031-055-081 vacat

><

vacat

transnumeration 081-055-031 vacat

normalization KE-RE vacat

Compare a: Linear A: if < KE-RE, cf. A-KA-RA (PE Zb3), A-KA-RU (HT 2.1; HT 86a.1; ), KE-KI-RU (HT 94b.2), QA-KU-RE (HT Wc 3017.a1),QEKU-RE (HT 20.2-3), U-KA-RE (PE 1.1-2); if > RE-KE- , cf. RI-KA-TA (HT 136.4), RI-QE-TI- (PO Zg 1)

#078. MA/M He (HM 1660 [ Mu I, 14]), medallion [broken at top]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 ([3.5] x [3.1] x 0.9 cm) side a b Comments a: CHIC: might 083 = 011 (cf. #072) strongly schematized ? (or cf. 082 ?); 047: or 005 ? JGY: For JGY normalizes 005-019, see #112.a2. inscription
*

•[

vacat

transnumeration 083-047-019-•[ vacat

side a b

inscription • •[ >< vacat
*

transnumeration •-047-019-•[ vacat

normalization •-QE-SA-•[ vacat

Compare a: Linear A: if > •-QE-SA-•, cf. QA-SA-[ (HT 111a.2); if < •-SA-QE-•, cf. SA-QE-RI (HT 11b.4-5)

#079. MA/M He (HM 1661 [ Mu I, 15.]), medallion [-->]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.1 x 3.3 x 0.5 cm) side a b Comments a: CHIC: 077 perhaps over an erasure. The Notes to Sign 068 suggest that JGY normalizes side a b inscription
*

inscription
*

><

vacat

transnumeration 068-077-015 vacat

068 is a terminal, implying a retrograde reading.

><

vacat

transnumeration 015-077-068 vacat

normalization DU?-RU2-Rv vacat

Compare a: Linear A: DU-*314-RE (KO Za 1.b-c), DU-RA-RE (KN Zc 7)

#080. MA/M He (HM 1662 [ Mu I, 16]), medallion [-->]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.6 x 4 x 1.2 cm) side a b Comments a: CHIC: 031 lacks its stem (cf. #077); 082: cf. 083 ? JGY: The signgroup in any order or combination of signs is a hapax legomenon here. JGY normalizes side a b inscription
*

inscription
*

><

vacat

transnumeration 012-031-082 vacat

><

vacat

transnumeration 012-031-082 vacat

normalization MU-REvacat

Compare a: Linear A: MU-RU (HT 3.4; HT 46a.1)

#081. MA/M He (HM 1663 [ Mu I, 17]), medallion [-->]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3. x 3 x 0.3 cm). MA/M Style 5 side a b Comments a: CHIC: traces of an erasure. For the signgroup, see Notes to Sign 028, and Inflection Sequence 5b1. JGY normalizes side a b inscription >< vacat transnumeration 028-070 vacat normalization KU2-RO vacat inscription >< vacat transnumeration 028-070 vacat

Compare a: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#082. MA/M He (HM 1664 [ Mu I, 18]), medallion [-->]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.1 x 3.1 x 0.8 cm). MA/M Style 2 side a b Comments inscription >< vacat transnumeration 020-016-041 vacat

a: the signgroup may be intact or consist of a signgroup plus logogram or of a string of logograms; see Notes to Sign 041. Sign 020 occurs in 11 signgroups: in 7 of these the sign is either an initial or a terminal, and in 4, possibly 5, it appears next to an animal-head sign. In all but one of these cases the direction of reading is ambivalent, but X 009-077-013-020 (#003.g) is clear - perhaps the reading here is therefore retrograde, with 020 a terminal. The Linear A parallel to the signgroup's phonetic rendering lends some support to an orthograde reading, however. JGY normalizes side a inscription >< transnumeration 020-016-041 normalization AI-KI-WA

Compare a: Linear A: ]I-KI-RA (HT 25a.5)

#083. MA/M He (HM 1665 [ Mu I, 19]), medallion [<--]; from Mu III 3b, angle I 17 (3.1 x 3.3 x 0.4 cm). MA/M Style 5 side a b Comments Malia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions a: CHIC: 034 over ? JGY: The signgroup is a hapax legomenon. JGY normalizes side a inscription >< transnumeration 030-034 normalization PU2?-TA inscription >< vacat transnumeration 030-034 vacat

#084. MA/M He ((HM 1682 [ Mu III, 321]), medallion [pierced from a->b]; from Mu, drain along the outside of IX 7b ([3.3] x [3.8] x 0.8) side a b Comments Malia Document Sets, I: Mu, Medallions * a: For the signgroup, compare [ 068-016[ (#086). JGY normalizes side a inscription ]• •[ transnumeration ]•-016-•[ normalization ]•-KI-•[ inscription ]• •[ vacat transnumeration ]•-016-•[ vacat

#085. MA/M Hf (HMs 1680 [ Mu I, 7]), lame with 2 faces [pierced from a->b]; from Mu between I 10 and III 15 (2.4 x 7.3 x 0.8 cm) side a b Comments Malia Document Sets I: Mu, Lames JGY normalizes side a inscription transnumeration 068-061 normalization Rv inscription vacat transnumeration 068-061 vacat

#086. MA/M Hf (A. Nik. M 12279 [ Mu III, 317]), lame with 2 faces [pierced from a->b]; from Mu Z 13 fill (2.2 x [3.9] x 0.9 cm) side a b Comments Malia Document Sets I: Mu, Lames a: Notes to Sign 068 suggest that it is a terminal. JGY normalizes inscription
*

[

vacat

transnumeration 068-016[ vacat

side a
or:

inscription ]
*
*

transnumeration ]016-068

normalization ]KI-Rv

[ 068-016[, Rv-KI[

Compare a: Linear A: if KI-Rv, cf. KI-RO ("owed"); if Rv-KI, cf. ]RA-KI-TA-NA-SI[ (KH 60.1), RO-KE (HT 98a.4), RI-KA-TA (HT 146.4), RI-QE-TI- (PO Zg 1), ]RI-KA-NE (ARKH 3a.1, alternative)

#087. MA/M Hf (03) 02 (MASM 89-4103/39 [ Mu III, 320]), lame with 2 faces [pierced from a->b]; from Mu surface Z/A 13, fill (1.7 x [4.3] x 0.7 cm) side a b Comments CHIC: suspension hole "impractical." The signgroup is a hapax legomenon; sign 064 recurs only in ] •[ ]029-064-� incised on an amphora handle (#330); sign 096 may recur [ but only as an alternative reading on a Chamaizi jug (#322). Morphologically, sign 064 could resemble AB "DA" 01, and sign 096 looks like the predecessor to AB "QA" 16. The third sign on #087 could be another 096 and if the signgroup were read retrograde, Linear A QA-QA-DA/RU would make an attractive restoration. JGY normalizes side a inscription •[ transnumeration 064-096-•[ normalization DA-QA-•[ inscription •[ vacat transnumeration 064-096-•[ vacat

Compare a: Linear A: if DA-QA-•[, cf. DA-QE-RA (HT 6a.6; HT 57a.1; HT 120.1); if ]•-QA-DA, cf. QA-QA-DA (PE 2.3-4)

#088. MA/M Hf (A. Nik. M 12281 [ Mu III, 318]), lame with 2 faces [broken at top]; from Mu Z 13 fill (2.5 x [4.6] x 0.9 cm) side a b Comments a: Notes to Sign 041 suggest that sign *041 is a logogram ( *163). The two signs 031 041 also occur together on two sealstones: * >< 041-031-011 (#271.b) and X >< X 041-031-044 (#307.d). Although the correct order is difficult to determine, Linear A is full of words ending in -RE and several ending in -RE-• (-JA, -MI, -NA, -RO, -TE, -TI, -TO, -TU, -WI, -ZA); I suggest that 041 is a logogram here. JGY normalizes side a
or: ]

inscription ] vacat

transnumeration ]031-041 vacat

inscription ]
, ]031-041, ]RE-WA

transnumeration ]031 *041

normalization ]RE WA/TELA

Compare a: Linear A: if ]RE-WA, cf. QA-RA2-WA (HT 86a.3)

#089. MA/M Hf (04) 01 (HM 1676 [ Mu I, 3]), lame with 2 faces [pierced from a->b]; from Mu IV 5 (2.5 x 8.3 x 0.8 cm) As on the lame side a b CHIC normalizes side a1 a2 b1 b2 Comments Malia Document Sets I: Mu, Lames Transaction Document: The medallion follows the "Balance Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents"), giving, perhaps, an assessment on face b and the amounts contributed or owed. inscription X vacat | | transnumeration 044-049-023 | vacat 034-041-084 051-051-051-041 inscription X | | vacat transnumeration 044-049-023 | 034-041-084 | 051-051-051-041

a1: since 044-049 KO-RO3 is a transaction term (= Linear A KU-RO, "balance," "total"), then , which does not commonly end signgroups * (see Notes to Sign 023), functions here probably as the logogram *159bis. Compare 056-023 (#039.a1) and 057-023 (#039.b2). b1: this is the only appearance of 084; it should be the predecessor to B 145 LANA (and Linear A *361?), the sign for 3 double minas of weight for wool, equivalent to 2.89 kg. See Notes to Sign 084 (Younger 2005). b2: note the raised position of 041, as if an adjunct to 051-051-051. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side inscription b a X + | | vacat transnumeration 034+*041 *084 | *041/*163 *051-*051*051 044-049 *159bis |

TA+TELA LANA | TELA 3 KU3/doubleminas KO-RO3 OLIV

Compare b1: Linear A: TELA+TE (TEL); Linear B: TELA+te (common) b2: Linear A: TELA+KU (HT 38.3), TELA+*312 (HT 38.3); Linear B: TELA+ku (common) a1: Linear A: OLIV ... KU-RO (HT 123a.7-9), OLIV+TU (HT 50a.4, 101.6, 116a.5)

#090. MA/M Hf (HM 1679 [ Mu I, 6]), lame with 2 faces [pierced from b->a]; from Mu III 13, southern part (3.2 x [6.4] x 1 cm) As on the lame side a b inscription X 7000 transnumeration 016-038-007-051 7000

CHIC normalizes side a-b Comments Malia Document Sets I: Mu, Lames Transaction Document: the medallion follows the "Balance Ledger" format (see "Transaction Documents"), giving only the assessment. a-b: See Notes to Sign 016. * a: cf. X • X •-072-038-007-016 - it seems as if the first and last signs were reversed; this might happen if all three signs in question ( 016, 072, and 051) were phonetically similar, as indeed they seem to be (see Notes to the Signs). Cf. 051-051-051-041 (#089.b2; * see notes), and >< 051-092-092 (#318), both from Malia Mu. 7000 is the largest number recorded in Hieroglyphic. The only numbers in the 1000s recorded in Linear A are: 1000 *551 (KH *1.2), 1060 (HT 102.5, probably GRA), 2000 (MA 9, commodity not extant), and 3000 *402VAS (HT 31.6). JGY normalizes side a-b inscription X 7000 transnumeration 016-038-007-051 7000 normalization KI-JA-MI-KU3 7000 inscription X 7000 transnumeration 016-038-007-051

B>7000

Compare a-b: Linear A: KA-NI-JA-MI (CR(?) Zf 1); cf. ]MU *312[ (HT 78.1)

#091. MA/M Hf (A.Nik.M 12280 [ Mu III, 319]), lame with 2 faces [pierced from a->b]; from Mu Z 13 fill (2.3 x [4.7] x 0.8 cm). MA/M Style 1 side a b Comments Knossos Document Set 6, related. Transaction Document a. since both 042 and 009 are initials, 013 should be the logogram *152 BOSb: CHIC: cf. X 053-034-031-070 on #001 ? JGY: for the signgroup, see Inflection Sequence 2a, and compare 034-031-019 RO-RE-SA (#054.e, #056.a), <-<-- 070-031-034, <-- RO-RETA (#001), and - -070-094-034- -RO-E-TA- (#328). JGY normalizes side a b
a: or:

inscription [ [

transnumeration 042-013-009[ 070-031-034[

inscription [ [
042-013-009, A-MU2-A2

transnumeration 042-009 *152[ 070-031-034[

normalization A-A2 BOS RO-RE-TA

Compare a: if Hieroglyphic A-MU2-A2, cf. Linear A A-MA-JA (KH 14.1) b: Linear A: A-RU-RA-TA (HT 11a.1, alternative)

#092. MA/M Hf (HM 1677 [ Mu I, 4]), lame with 2 faces [broken at ends]; from Mu A/Z 7, fill (2.8 x [2.7] x 0.7 cm). MA/M Style 1 As on the lame side a b inscription ] ]vacat | [ ><
*

transnumeration ]061-080-032[ ]vacat | 053[

[ ><

CHIC normalizes side a b Comments a: CHIC: 080 = 057 incomplete or, better, 046 ? a: Since 061 functions as a terminal (see Notes to Sign 061), the signgroup is better read retrograde. If 032 were 031 the signgroup would resemble 031-021-061 (#050.d, #059, #149, #197; cf. #063). Sign 080 occurs only in this signgroup; it resembles an abstract 013 (cf. * its appearance on #120 [chart CHIC p. 391]). If the signgroup was 032-013-061, then compare 079-032-013 (#057.b) JGY normalizes side a b inscription ] ]
*

inscription ]
*

[ >< [ >< |

transnumeration ]061-080-032[ 053 >< |

[ >< >< |

transnumeration ]032-080-061[ ]053 |

normalization ]Rv ]JA | [

#093. MA/M Hf (HM 1666 [ Mu I, 1]), lame with 2 faces [broken at ends]; from Mu IV 4c (2.3 x [5.1] x 1.2 cm). MA/M Style 3 side a b Comments Transaction Document JGY normalizes side a b inscription ] ] transnumeration ]038 ]019 normalization ]JA ]SA inscription ] ] transnumeration ]038 ]019

#094. MA/M Hf (HM 1678 [ Mu I, 5]), lame with 2 faces [broken at end]; from Mu III 13, southern part (1.4 x [4.2] x 1.4 cm) side a b inscription vacat vacat transnumeration vacat vacat

#095 MA/M Hh (HM 1667 [ Mu I, 2]), bar with 4 faces; from Mu III 5 [broken at end] (1.4 x [4.2] x 1.4 cm). MA/M Style 1 As on the bar side a b c d Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a: The signs ought to be read starting with sign 042 since it is apparently always an initial (see Notes to Sign 042). I also interpret 066 as a mark that isolates sign 042; see note to #059.aB, and compare >< 042-066-016-062 >< (#305.a) * >< 012-016-062-018 >< (#271.1) This reasoning leads me to suggest two alternative readings, of which I prefer the second: *175 *077 *175 <-<--042-077 *175 b1: Since 061 is apparently always a terminal, this signgroup, too, needs to be read retrograde. The pattern • 042-•-061 recurs in the important signgroup 042-054-061 (#037.a, #050.a, #058.a, #062.cB & dB, #293.g, #303.b); see Notes to Signgroups X. For the possibility of another 042-062, see #013.g1. b2: CHIC: trace of a sign after 890; JGY: this might be compatible with * 036 SA2. inscription 270[ 890[ vacat vacat transnumeration 042-066-077-042 270[ 061-062-042 890[ vacat vacat

JGY normalizes side a b c, d inscription/seal impression <-<-vacant 270[ 890[ transnumeration 042-077 *175 270[ 042-062-061 890[ vacant normalization A-RU2 A 270[ A-NA vacant 890[

Compare a: Linear A: A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, b.2-3?; HT 49a.6) b: Linear A: A-NA (HT 37.5); cf. A-NA-QA? (HT 126a.2), A-NA-NU-SI-JA-SE[ (HT Zb 159), JA-NA-KI- (PK Za 8.a), A-NA-TI- (IO Za 8)

#096. MA/M Hh (MASM M 80/A 1 [ Mu III, 316]), bar with 4 faces [?] (3.2 x [5.8] x 3.2 cm) side a b c d inscription deest deest deest deest transnumeration deest deest deest deest

Malia, Palace
#097. MA/P Ha (HM 1402 [ÉM, H. 6]), crescent (4 x 1.7 x 1.1 cm) side a b g d inscription/seal impression 2 impressions (not H: lion attacks bull) vacat vacat transnumeration 2 impressions (not H: lion attacks bull) 040-070-038

Comments Transaction Document g: The signgroup is probably to be read retrograde; compare X JGY normalizes side inscription g a 2 impressions (not H: lion attacks bull) b, d vacant
or: 040-070-038, RO2-RO-JA

056-070-040 (#298.a).

transnumeration 038-070-040 2 impressions (not H: lion attacks bull) vacant

normalization JA-RO-RO2 2 impressions (not H: lion attacks bull) vacant

Compare a: Linear A: if < JA-RO-RO2, cf. A-RI-JA[ (PH 28a.3), A-RU-RA-SU/TA (HT 11a.1, alternative), RA2-RO-RE (ZA 10b.6)

#098. MA/P He (HM 1397 [ÉM, H. 9]), medallion [-->] (3.6 [3.6] x 1.1 cm) side a b Comments a: see Notes to Sign 016: 038-011-016 may comprise a separate signgroup and be a variant of 016-038-011; Transaction Terms * * * suggests that • may in fact be <-072-049. Alternatively, compare X X 016-038-007-051 (#038.a-b) - it seems as if the first * sign there has become the last sign here, as if the first and last signs were reversed; this might happen if all three signs in question ( 016, 072, and 051) were phonetically similar, as indeed they seem to be. JGY normalizes side a b inscription X• vacat
or:
*

inscription X• vacat
*

transnumeration X •-072-038-007-016 vacat

transnumeration X •-072-038-007-016 vacat
* *

normalization X •-KA-JA-MI-KI vacat

016-038-011 072-049, KI-JA-MI KA-RO2

Compare a: Linear A; if KA-JA-MI-KI, cf. KA-NI-JA-MI (CR(?) Zf 1); cf. ]MU *312[ (HT 78.1); if KI-JA-MI KA-RO2, cf. ]-KE-JU-MI[ (KN Za 19), and KA-RU (HT 75.1; HT 97a.1), "actual payment"

#099 MA/P He (HM no. unknown [ÉM, H. 13]), medallion [broken at top] ([2.5] x [3.5] x 0.8 cm) side a b Comments Because of the probable phonetic value of JGY normalizes side a inscription ]• [ >< transnumeration ]• 060-049[ normalization ]• KO2-RO3[ 060 KO2, the signgroup should be read retrograde. inscription ] • >< [ vacat transnumeration ]049-060-•[ vacat

Compare a. Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#100 MA/P He (HM 1400 [ÉM, H. 10]), medallion [no hole] (piriform: 2.5 x 3.1 x 0.8) side a b JGY normalizes side a b inscription 11 vacat transnumeration *155 11 vacat normalization FIC 11 vacat inscription 11 vacat transnumeration *155 11 vacat

#101 MA/P He (HM 1396 [ÉM, H. 8]), medallion [pierced from either side] (4.5 x [3.5] x 1.1 cm) As on the medallion side a b CHIC normalizes side a-b Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 Transaction Document Compare 042-041-011 (#027.b); and see Notes to Sign 041, which suggests that abbreviation for < > 042-<072>-049 (given the Linear A parallels). JGY normalizes side a-b inscription <
or:

inscription >? 703[

transnumeration 042-041-049 703[

inscription >? 703[

transnumeration 042-041-049 703[

041 is a logogram; if so,

042-049 might be an

>

703[
042-041-049, A-WA-RO3

transnumeration 041-<072>-049 *041 703[

normalization A-<KA>-RO3 TELA 703[

Compare a-b: Linear A: A-KA-RU (HT 2.1; HT 86a.1, b.1)

#102 MA/P He (HM 1399 [...M, H. 12]), medallion [no suspension hole] ([2.4] x [2.9] x 0.9 cm) As on the medallion side a b inscription [ >< ]30 transnumeration 028-041[ ]30

CHIC normalizes side a-b Comments inscription [ >< 30[ transnumeration 028-041[ 30[

The inscription may abbreviate JGY normalizes side a-b inscription [ >< 30[

028-049 041-003; see Notes to Sign 028.

transnumeration 028-041[ 30[

KU2 TELA[

Compare a-b: Linear A: TELA+KU (HT 38.3)

#103. MA/P He (HM 1398 [ÉM, H. 11]), medallion [� ([1.8] x 3.4 x 0.7 cm) ] As on the medallion side a b inscription ] ] [
*

[ ><

transnumeration ]070-055-057-056[ ]*163[

CHIC normalizes side a-b inscription ]
*

transnumeration [ >< ] [ ]070-055-057-056[ ] [

Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1. Transaction Document Although the signgroup is hapax legomenon here, sign 055 is adjacent a Rv syllabogram in two other signgroups (see Notes to Sign 055). It is tempting, therefore to read this signgroup retrograde; cf. X >< X 070-056-057-011 (#185). On tablets #119.r1 and #120.vB the signgroup 050-057-056 recurs, but it is probably a signgroup unique to these documents. The logogram *163 is hapax legomenon here; see Notes to Sign *163. JGY normalizes side a-b inscription ]
*

transnumeration [ >< ] [ ]056-057-055-070[ >< ] [ ]KU-KI-KE-RO[ ]TELA2[

Compare a-b: Linear A: if retrograde, cf. KE-KI-RU (HT 94b.2), KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1); if orthograde: A-RA-KO-KU- (KO(?) Zf 2)

#104. MA/P He (HM 1395 [ÉM, H. 7]), medallion [-->] (3.7 x 4.1 x 0.5 cm) As on the medallion side a b CHIC normalizes side a-b Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 a: For the signgroup, 009-056, see Notes to Sign 009 and Notes to Signgroups XVI, which suggest that 009 is an initial and that the signgroup 009-056 is separate. The placement of the signs on the document argues for separating them thus: 009-056 *032. Sign 032 was written so boldly it could actually be 031. b: CHIC: or *040 ?? JGY: logogram *168 is a hapax legomenon here. Its placement on side b is on the other side of 009-056; consequently, the alternative reading 040 is attractive. The number is written as a straight stroke. JGY normalizes side inscription * a-b (/
or:
*

inscription 100

transnumeration 032-009-056 *168 100

inscription 100

transnumeration 032-009-056 *168 100

)

*

100

transnumeration 009-056-040(/*168) 031 100
032-009-056, RE-A2-KU; or: /

normalization A2-KU-RO2(*168) RE 100
*

031-009-056, RE-A2-KU; or:

, KU-A2-RE/RE, all plus

*168

Compare a-b: Linear A: A-KA-RU (HT 2.1; HT 86a.1, b.1); A-KI-RO (ARKH 46.4); JA-KU (MA 3b.2); if RE-A2-KU, cf. ]-RE-I-KE (PS Za 2.1), ]RU-I-KO (HT 24b.4); if KU-A2-RE/RE, cf. ]-*306-TI-KA-A-RE[ (HT 4.1)

#105. MA/P Hf (HM 1381 [ÉM, H. 16]), lame with 2 faces [pierced end not preserved] (2.8 x [5.4] x 1.1 cm) side aA inscription ]• transnumeration ]•-016-038

aB b Comments

]• vacat

210

]•-013-035 210 vacat

aA: see Notes to Sign 016, and Inflection Sequence 5b2. aB: The signgroup is a hapax legomenon. Sign 035 is rare, occuring only three times in Hieroglyphic (]• ]•-013-035 [#105.aB]; ] ]035-053-034 >? [#115.a]; and 042-056-035 [#119.li]); it may be a terminal. The number 210: CHIC: first hundred is over an erasure; 210 forms a graphic unit and to identify here sign 073 twice seems difficult. JGY: The hundreds are circles, the ten a dot; the entire number 210 is spread over both lines. JGY normalizes side aA aB b inscription ]• ]• vacat 210 transnumeration ]•-016-038 ]•-013-035 210 vacat

]•-KI-JA ]•-MU2-SU 210 vacat

Compare aA: Linear A: cf. JA-KI[ (ZA 26a.2), JA-KI-PA3[ (PH 22a.2), JA-KI-SI-KI-NU (ARKH Zf 9) aB: Linear A: cf. JA-SU-MA-TU (SY Za 2a), WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI-*319 (HT Zd 157), ]A-SU-MI-*118[ (ARKH 1a.4)

#106. MA/P Hf (HM 1383 [ÉM, H. 15]), lame with 2 faces [pierced end not preserved] (2.3 x [3.4] x 0.8) side a b Comments Knossos Document Set 6, related. Transaction Document a: See Inflection Sequence 5a1, and Notes to Sign 013, which suggests the tripartite transaction term with the logogram in the middle: ] , 057]-049 *152. b: CHIC: trace of what could be an unfinished suspension hole, which only pierces half the distance. JGY normalizes side a b inscription ] vacat transnumeration 057]-049 *152 vacat normalization KI-]RO3 BOS vacat inscription ] vacat transnumeration ]013-049 vacat

]

=

Compare a: Linear A: cf. KI-RO ... BOS (HT 30.4)

#107. MA/P Hf (HM no. unknown [ÉM, H. 18]), lame with 2 faces [pierced end not preserved] ([1.3] x [3.1] x 0.9 cm) side a inscription ]• • infra mutila supra mutila vacat transnumeration ]•-020-• infra mutila supra mutila vacat

b Comments

Transaction Document JGY normalizes side a inscription ]• • infra mutila supra mutila vacat transnumeration ]•-020-• infra mutila supra mutila vacat normalization ]•-AI-• infra mutila supra mutila vacat

b

#108. MA/P Hf (HM 1386 [ÉM, H. 17]), lame with 2 faces [pierced end not preserved] (1.6 x [2.3] x 0.9 cm) side inscription transnumeration a *169 5[ 5[ b ]6 ]6

Comments Knossos Document Set 3b, Related a: sign *169 is hapax legomenon here; it may indicate a group number or tally mark. See notes to the transaction documents KN #059 and MA #112. b: CHIC: Perhaps a trace of a sign before ]6 (itself rather strange).

#109. MA/P Hf (HM 1385 [ÉM, H. 14]), lame with 2 faces [-->] (2.6 x [6.1] x 0.9 cm) As on the lame side a b CHIC normalizes side a b Comments b: CHIC: traces in the break: 30[ ? JGY: the signgroup has the phonetic value of SA2-RU[, probably a variant spelling of SA-RO (see Notes to Signgroups II), probably a toponymn, probably near or at Malia. JGY normalizes side a b inscription | 30[ •[ transnumeration 019-034 | 003-•[ 036-092 30[ normalization SA-TA | VIR3-•[ SA2-RU 30[ inscription | •[ [ transnumeration 019-034 | 003-•[ 036-092[ [ inscription | •[ transnumeration 019-034 | 003-•[ 036-092[

Compare a: Linear A: SA-TA (HT117a.7 heading), SA-TA (HT 42.1) b: Linear A: SA-RU (HT 86a.2, b.2; HT 94b.3; HT 95a.3, b.1; HT 124a.4-5); cf. SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II)

#110. MA/P Hf (HM 1384 [ÉM, H. 19]), lame with 2 faces [<-->] (2.4 x [3.6] x 0.8 cm)) side a b Comments b: ÉM, p. 23 & 56 : "Linear" ! JGY normalizes side a b inscription [
*

inscription [
*

transnumeration 044-040[ 085- [

•[

transnumeration 044-040[ 085-•[

normalization KO-RO2[ WI-•[

•[

Compare a: Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#111. MA/P Hh (HM 1389), bar 4 faces [pierced from a -> c] (1.9 x 9.0 x 1.9 cm). As on the bar and as CHIC normalizes side a b1 b2 c d1 d2 inscription •-[ ]60[ vestigia vestigia ] [ vestigia ]40[ transnumeration •-[ ]60[ vestigia vestigia ]025[ vestigia ]40[

JGY normalizes < /TR> side a b1 inscription •-[ ]60[ vestigia transnumeration •-[ ]60[ vestigia normalization •-[ ]60[ vestigia

b2 c d1 d2

vestigia ] [ vestigia ]40[

vestigia ]025[ vestigia ]40[

vestigia ]TE[ vestigia ]40[

Note: bars #112, #113, and #114 will be presented first, with notes to individual signgroups, then discussed together as transaction documents. #112. MA/P Hh (HM 1391 [ÉM, H. 21]), bar with 4 faces [?] (1.8 x [6.4] x 1.6 cm) As on the bar side inscription transnumeration a ]•-042-049-016-016-077 | 057-070-061-005-019 ]• | b c d ] ] ]
*

]077-042-049-016-016-056-077 | | 10 |
* *

]002-061 | *170 10 050-070-013-063-038 ]042-063-060 | 008-070-060 | 036-031

CHIC normalizes side a b c d inscription ]• ] ] ]
* *

|

transnumeration ]•-042-049-016-016-077 | 057-070-061-005-019 ]077-042-049-016-016-056-077 ]002-061 | *170 10 050-070-013-063-038 ]042-063-060 | 008-070-060 036-031

|
*

10 |

Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a & b: for the repeated signgroup 042-049-016-016-077, see Notes to Sign 016. a1: CHIC: the second 016 is over 056 . JGY: the first sign after the break is probably 077; since 042 is always an initial, the long signgroup should be divided thus: ] , to resemble line b; see Notes to Sign 042. a2: since 061 is always a terminal, the signgroup should be divided thus: 057-070 and 005-019 (see Notes to Sign 061). For signgroup 057-070-061, see Transaction Terms. The signgroup 005-019 is hapax legomenon, but it may recur in #079.a. b: CHIC: probable accident after the second 077. JGY: probably not -- the second 077 was written deliberately small to accommodate another mark, perhaps 10; see Notes to Sign 042. * c1: as duplicated in #113.a, signgroup ] * ]002-061 can be restored as ] * 047-002-061. c2: logogram *170 is hapax legomenon, but I conjecture that it is similar to 074-075 on #053.c2: a circle enscribing a collected number, a group number. Here, the circle seems to enscribe a tally mark (cf. KN #063.d), perhaps in this case the number 10, which would supply the extra ten implied by the total ]• 20 on MA #113.b2. * * * c2: for signgroup 050-070-013-063-038, Notes to Sign 013 suggest that 013 is logogram *152: 050070 *152 063-038. If so, signgroup 063-038 would be hapax legomenon. d1: CHIC: the first 060 is over an erasure; and perhaps there is an erasure after 031. JGY: Signgroup ] ]042-063-060 is intact since sign 042 is an initial; cf. 057-023-042-063-060 (#113.d1). * d3: for the signgroup 036-031, see Notes to Signgroups II: * is probably a misspelling for * . JGY normalizes #112, following the order established in Malia Document Sets II, Palace 1C side inscription transnumeration normalization * c1 047-]002-061 | ] | QE]-VIR2c2* 050-070 *152 TI-RO BOS 3 c4063-038 *170 (= 10? +) 10 PA-JA Group 10 + 10 = 20 ? 10 5 * ]RU2 A-RO3-KI-KI- KU -RU2 a1]077 042-049-016-016- 056 -077 | ] | 3 057-070-061 KI-ROa4 005-019 Rv-SA b ]077 042-049-016-016-056-077 ]RU2 A-RO3-KI-KI-KU-RU2 ] d1 d2 d3 d4 ]
*

] |

057-023] ]042-063-060 | 008-070-060 036-031

KI-TU] A-PA-KO A3-RO-KO SA2-RE

Compare c1: Linear A: VIR+KA (HT 28a.4; HT 88.1; HT 97a.1; HT 100.1; KH Wc 2029-32, 2106; KH Zb <53>) c2-3: Linear A: O-TI-RO (HT 93a.6-7 alternative reading) c4-5: Linear A: PA-JA (HT 41a.4), PA-JA-RE (HT 8b.4; HT 29.2; HT 88.5; ZA 10b.5-6) a1-3: Linear A: KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1); cf. KI-KI-NU (HT 88.2); KI-RO ("owed") a4: Linear A: RU-SA (HT 96a.3) b2: Linear A: KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1); cf. KI-KI-NU (HT 88.2) d1: Linear A: [•]-KI-TA (HT 29.4-5), A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY 3a.7; TY Zb 2), A-KU-TU-*361[ (HT 6a.7), DI-KA-T[ (HT 56a.2 alternative reading), KI-TA-I (HT 123a.1), KU-TU-KO-RE (ZA 8.2), SE-KU-TU (HT 115a.2), [•]-KI-TA, ]*306-KI-TA2 (HT 122b.2) d2: Linear A: A-PA-KI (KN Zb 40.1)

d3: Linear A: A-RO-KO (KO (?) Zf 7) d4: Linear A: SA-RA2 (see Notes to Signgroups II)

#113. MA/P Hh (HM 1390 [ÉM, H. 22]), bar with 4 faces [?] (1.8 x [5.8] x 2.1 cm) As on the bar (for the transcription of cA-B, cf. #120) side a b1 b2 c cA cB ]• inscription X
*

| 10 | 20 | [ ] |

[ [

transnumeration X 047-002-061 | 049-038[ 050-070-•-•-019 10 | 057[ ]•-056-077 20 | 073-090 012-050 042-049-016-016[ ]040-013 [ X 057-023-042-063-060 | 008-070[ transnumeration X 047-002-061 | 049-038[ 050-070-•-•-019 10 | 057[ ]•-056-077 20 | 073-090 [ 012-050 ]040-013

••

d X CHIC normalizes side inscription a X * [ b1 b2 ]• •• [

| 10 |

20 |

cA cB d ] X [

/
|

/

042-049-016-016[

X 057-023-042-063-060 | 008-070[

Comments Transaction Documents; Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 See the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a1: CHIC: 047 or 073 ? a2 & b3: the two signgroups [ 049-048[ and • ] ]� -056-077 appear together on the incised stone libation table, 056-077-049-038-029 on #328. b1: CHIC: the two illegible signs are perhaps 023-013. JGY: CHIC's suggestion is good, and parallels (see Notes to Sign 013) suggest separating 050-070 as a transaction signgroup. b2 & d1: the two signgroups beginning with 057 should be transaction terms: see Transaction Terms, and Notes to Sign 042 and Notes to Signgroups XIII. b3. the sign before 056 is 016; the tips of the horns are visible. b4. signgroup 073-090 is hapax legomenon. cA: for the signgroup 012-050, cf. X X 013-050 *004 (#264.a). The signgroup fills the entire width of the bar, after which the face is divided into two registers. cA1: for the signgroup [ 042-049-016-016[, compare ] ]077-042-049-016-016-056-077 (#112.b); see Notes to Sign 042. cB: CHIC: empty space after 013 over an erasure. JGY: the signgroup ] ]040-013 may recur as 019-040-013 (#194), * and/or it may recall 050-070-013-063-038 (#112.c). d2: the signgroup can be restored as (#112.d2); see Notes to Sign 008. JGY normalizes #113, adding graphically how cAB appears side inscription a1-2 X * | b1-2 •• 10 | b3-4 ] 20 | c transnumeration X 047-002-061 | 049-038[ 050-070-•-•-019 10 | 057[-070 ]016 056-077 20 | 073-090 012-050 042-049-016-016[-077 ------------------------]040 *152 normalization QE-VIR2| RO3-JA[ TI-RO-•-•-SA 10 | KI[-RO ]KI KI-RU2 20 | KUMU-TI

[ [

A: [ ---------------------B: ]

/

A-RO3-KI-KI[-RU2

]RO2 BOS

d X 057-023 042-063-060 | 008-070[-060 X KI-TU A-PA-KO | A-RO-[KO X | [ Compare a1: Linear A: VIR+KA (HT 28a.4; HT 88.1; HT 97a.1; HT 100.1; KH Wc 2029-32, 2106; KH Zb <53>) a2: Linear A: RU-JA (KN Wc 26a), RO-E (PH 24), -RO-AU-TA- (KO (?) Zf 2), I-RU-JA (HT 7a.2); cf. -RA/E/I-JA endings & -JA-RA/E endings b1: Hieroglyphic: RO-RE-SA (#054e, #056aA), RO-ZE-SA (#298b.2) b2: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed") b4: Linear A: KI-RO ("owed") c1: Linear A: ]-TA-NU-MU-TI (KN Za 10) c2: Linear A: KI-KI-RA-JA (HT 85b.1); cf. KI-KI-NU (HT 88.2) d1: Linear A: ]-KI-TA (HT 29.4-5), A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY 3a.7; TY Zb 2), A-KU-TU-*361[ (HT 6a.7), DI-KA-TU[ (HT 56a.2 alternative reading), KI-TA-I (HT 123a.1), KU-TU-KO-RE (ZA 8.2), SE-KU-TU (HT 115a.2), ]-KI-TA, ]*306-KI-TA2 (HT 122b.2) d2: Linear A: A-PA-KI (KN Zb 40.1) d3: Linear A: A-RO-KO (KO (?) Zf 7)

#114. MA/P Hh (HM 1393 [ÉM, H. 25]), bar with 4 faces [?] (1.7 x [2.7] x 1.7 cm)
side a b c d inscription ]• ] ]••[ ]•• •[ >< •[ ><
*

transnumeration ]•-070-007-•[ ]070-013-•[ ]•-•[ ]•-•-057-023[

[ ><

Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. * b: the signgroup corresponds to 050-070-013 (#112.c2-3); see Notes to Sign 013. c: CHIC: perhaps ]057-023[ (cf. the following face), but perhaps an initial X between the two signs. * d: CHIC: perhaps ]•-040-057-023[, but ]•-030-057-023[ is not entirely impossible. JGY: after the surviving signgroup ]•• [ there should be ; see #112.d1 and #113.d1. Also see Transaction Terms, and Notes to Sign 042 and Notes to Signgroups XIII. JGY normalizes side a b1-2 b3-4 c d inscription ]• ] [ ]••[ ]••
* *

•[ >< 10 [

transnumeration ]•-070-007-•[ 050-]070 *152 063[038 *170 ]•-•[ ]•-• 057-023[ 042-063-060

normalization ]•-RO-MI-•[ TI-]RO BOS PA[-JA *170 = group number = 10? ]•-•[ ]•-• KI-TU[ A-PA-KO

Compare a: Linear A: if > RI-MI-SI, RU-MI-[, WI-RA-RE-MI-TE, ]MA-RE-RI-MI-DE[; if < MI-RU-TA-RA-RE, ]KI-MI-RA2[ b1-2: Linear A: A-TI-RU (ZA 4a.3), O-TI-RO (HT 93a.6-7 alternative reading), U-TA-RO (HT 116a.1), WI-TE-RO (HT 25b.6), ]<ute< u="">-RO-NI (HT 26b.2 alternative reading), *034-TI-RI- (KN Zc 6); cf. -RA/E/I-JA endings & -JA-RA/E endings b3: Linear A: PA-JA (HT 41a.4), PA-JA-RE (HT 8b.4; HT 29.2; HT 88.5; ZA 10b.5-6) </ute<> d1-2: Linear A: ]-KI-TA (HT 29.4-5), A-*301-KI-TA-A (TY 3a.7; TY Zb 2), A-KU-TU-*361[ (HT 6a.7), DI-KA-TU[ (HT 56a.2 alternative reading), KI-TA-I (HT 123a.1), KU-TU-KO-RE (ZA 8.2), SE-KU-TU (HT 115a.2), ]-KI-TA, ]*306-KI-TA2 (HT 122b.2)

Set of Transaction Documents: #112, #113, #114 #114 #112 c1. a. ]• b. ] •[ [
*

#113 a1. X a2. (Group=10?) 10 (total: 20) b1. b2. b3. ] b4. [ 20
*

]

*

[ •• 10

= 10

c2.-3. a1-2. ] a3.-4.
*

c. ]•• [ b. ] d. ] ••
*

c. cA. cB. ] [ d1.-2. d3. d4.
*

[

]

d1. X d2. [

#114

#112 c1. 047-]002-061

a. ] •-070-007-•[ b. 050-]070 *152 063[-038 *170 = 10 c2-3. 050-070 *152 063-038 *170 (Group=10?) 10 (total: 20) a1-2. ]077 042-049-016-016- 056 -077 a3-4. 057-070-061 005-019

#113 a1. X 047-002-061 a2. 049-038[ b1. 050-070-•- •-019 10 b2. 057[-070 b3. ]016 056-077 20 b4. 073-090 c. 012-050 cA. 042-049-016-016[ cB. ]040 *152 d1. X 057-023 042-063-060 d2. 008-070[-060

c. ]•- • [ b. ]077 042-049-016-016-056-077 d. ] •- • 057-023[ 042-063-060 d1-2. 057-023 ]042-063-060 d3. 008-070-060 d4. 036-031

Set of Transaction Documents: Comments Transaction Document: see the notes to KN #059.

Document #113 may record the original assessment (20), or a complex arrival of at least two commodities in quantities of 10 and 20; document #112 seems to deal with just the 10, which KN #059 (and MA #108) record as actually 11. Document #114 may deal in some way with the remaining commodities. * The signgroup 047-002-061 on both documents is also otherwise unattested. The Linear A equivalent VIR+KA occurs several times: HT 28a.4, HT 88a.1, and HT 97a.1; KH Wc 2029-2032, and 2106; and KN Zb <53>. The second part of #113 (faces c & d), and presummably the comparable section of at least #112.b & d, contains a different type of text: only signgroups and no numbers. In the Linear A documents signgroup VIR+KA occurs with KI-KI-NA (HT 88.1 & .2) and with seal impessions made by a lentoid (or disk) carrying two antithetic goat heads (CMS V Suppl. 1A, no. 158) on KH Wc 2029-2031 and 2106; VIR+KA occurs at Khania with other seal impressions, and the seal with two goat heads stamped roundels incised with other inscriptions (mostly vessel types) - the pairing of the word and the motif is not exclusive. Nonetheless, the occurrence of VIR+KA with signgroups containing the rare doubling KI-KI and with seal impressions containing two goat heads, as in the Hieroglyphic signgroup 042-049-016-016-077, seems hardly fortuitous. An interesting comparison is with Linear A document HT 85 whose heading contains A-DU *638 VIR. Side A contains a list of names with numbers adding to a total KU-RO 66. Side B begins with the word KI-KI-RA-JA and then lists eleven names, each with a single unit (is 11 a coincidence? see the related Hieroglyphic document #059).

#115. MA/P Hh 1392 (HM 1392 [ÉM, H. 23]), bar with 4 faces [?] (1.3 x [2.9] x 1.3 cm) side a b c d Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. a: The signgroup is hapax legomenon. b: CHIC: Perhaps traces of an erasure. JGY: For the signgroup, compare X X 060-013 (#059.bA1). This signgroup may also be one where the medial is to be separated as logogram *152, and 060 is part of a transaction term like KO2-RO3 (#099a). JGY normalizes side a b c, d inscription ]
*

inscription ] ]• ] vacat ] vacat >?

transnumeration ]035-053-034 ]•-013-060 ]vacat ]vacat

>?

transnumeration ]035-053-034 060-049 *152[ ]vacant

normalization ]SU-JA-TA KO2-RO3 BOS[ ]vacant

] vacant
b: or: ]• ]•013-060, ]•-MU2-KO2

Compare a: Linear A: ]SU-*065-TA[ (KN 22a), JA-SU-MA-TU (SY Za 2a), SI-MI-TA (HT 96a.2-3) b: Linear A: cf. KI-RO ... BOS (HT 30.4)

#116. MA/P Hh (07) 05 (HM no. unknown [ÉM, H. 24]), bar with 4 faces [?] (1.9 x [2.7] x 1.9 cm) side a b c d Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. JGY normalizes side a b c d inscription ] | vacat ]vacat deest ]•• transnumeration ]070 | vacat ]vacat deest ]•• normalization ]RO | vacat ]vacat deest ]•• inscription ] | vacat ]vacat deest ]•• transnumeration ]070 | vacat ]vacat deest ]••

#117. MA/P Hh (HM no. unknown), bar with 4 faces [?], in 2 fragments (3.1 x [3.8(+) 2.5] x 2.4) side a b c d e inscription ] [ ] deest ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ •[
* *

><

transnumeration ]055-020[ ]011-040 ] deest ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ •[

Comments Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. Transaction Document a: CHIC: mark before sign 055, perhaps a separation bar. * a1: for the signgroup, cf. X <->< X <-- 020-011-010-068 (#272.g). a2: for the signgroup, compare X +[ ] 703 X 042-033-011 055+[ ] 703 (PE He 01.A-B). For the second sign to be 040, the hull needs to be read upside down to the bullface 011; in most cases, however, the boat sign is rightside up to other naturalistic signs. c: CHIC: traces of an erasure. JGY normalizes side a b c d e inscription ] [ ] deest ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ •[
* *

><

transnumeration ]055-020[ ]011-040 ] deest ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ ] vacat [ •[

normalization ]KE-AI[ ]SI-RO2

#118. MA/P Hh (HM 1388 [ÉM, H. 20]), bar with 4 faces [� ] As on the bar side inscription a 10 b 1 c d 4 1 1 20 transnumeration 056-070 *159 10Λ

*

1 240

1[ ]

*

1

*171 1Γ

*172 1 [ ]

*153 1Γ

2

040-057 *177 1Γ *173 2Δ *155 4ΛΔ *156 20Λ *179 240 *161 1 *162 1

CHIC normalizes side a inscription transnumeration
*

10 1 1[ ]
*

056-070

*159 10Λ *171 1Γ *171 1Γ *172 1 [ ] *153 1Γ

1 040-057

b c

1 2 4 20 240

*177 1Γ *173 2Δ *155 4ΛΔ *156 20Λ *179 240 *161 1 *162 1

d

1 1

Comments Transaction Documents; Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1: The first list (face a) gives a total (KU-RO), while the second list presents deficits (KIRO2). Bar not pierced. a: The list of commodities follows the standard order. b-d: The commodities are listed in reverse order, implying also a retrograde reading for the heading <-057-040. c3: logogram *179 resembles an upsidedown Hieroglyphic fraction like Δ, Θ, or an upsidedown Linear A fraction *704 E or *705 F -compare Linear A JA-KU-TI E 240 (KN 1). For the total (list a: 13 Λ 2Γ plus list b-d: 269 2Λ 2Δ Γ = 282 3Λ 2Δ 3Γ), the following values for the fractions (Λ = 1/2, Δ = 1/3, Γ = 1/6) yields a total assessment of 285, if we restore a3: 1[ ], *172 1[Γ]. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines side a a2 a3 a4 b1+d2 d1 c3 c2 c1 b2 b3 inscription transnumeration
*

10 1 1[ ]
*

056-070

normalization *159 10Λ *171 1Γ *172 1 [Γ] *153 1Γ

KU-RO

*159 10 1/2 *171 1 1/6 *172 1 [1/6] GRA 1 1/6

1 1 057-040

*162 1 *161 1 *179 240 *156 20Λ *155 4ΛΔ *173 2Δ *177 1Γ

KI-RO2

*162 1 *161 1 *179 240 VIN 20 1/2 FIC 4 1/2+1/3 = 5/6 *173 2 1/3 *177 1 1/6

1 240 20 4 2 1

Compare a1. Linear A: KU-RO ("balance," "total") b1. Linear A: KI-RO ("owed") c3. Linear A: JA-KU-TI E 240 (KN 1)

#119. MA/P Hi 01 (HM 1378 [ÉM, H. 30]), tablet (7.6 x 2.7 x 1.6 cm) As on the tablet r. l. i. v. CHIC normalizes r1. r2. l. i. v. [ 49 ] 050-057-056 [ ] [ ] 49 050-057-056 [ ] 073-049-013 49 042-056-035 068-009-056-050-070

073-049-013 49 042-056-035 068-009-056-050-070

Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 r2: Appendix XVII.A suggests that sign 013 is logogram *152. l. i.: For the signgroup, Inflection Sequence 6. Placed on the end of the bar, this signgroup should be the primary heading. v: Notes to Sign 068 suggest that 068 is a terminal, and, if so, the signgroup should be read retrograde; and Notes to Signgroups XVI suggests separating 009-056. JGY normalizes and reorders the lines l. i. r1. r2. v. <-042-056-035 050-057-056 [ A-KU-SU TI-KI-KU KU-RO3 BOS 49 RO-TI-KU A2-Rv

[

] 49

]

073-049 *152 49 070-050-056 009-068

Compare v: Linear A: RU-I-KO (HT 24a.4); A-RI (PH 6.1, PH 6.3), A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, 9b.2-3; HT 49a.6)

#120. MA/P Hi 02 (HM 1379 [ÉM, H. 27]), tablet ([5.3] x 3.1 x 1.9 cm) As on the tablet r.A r.B l. i. v.A v.B v.A-B CHIC normalizes r.A1 r.A2 r.B l. i. v.A v.B v.A-B X | 300 [ | [
*

|
*

[ [ |

073-049-013 | 050[ 038-031-025-073[ 016 [ 008-019-013 | 050-057-056 | 300

[ X | 300

| [

073-049-013 | 050[ 038-031-025-073[ 016 [ 008-019-013 | 050-057-056 | 300

Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 Transaction Document r.A, v.A: Appendix XVII.A & F suggests that 013 is probably logogram *152 BOS. r.A: CHIC: 049 and 013 are possibly over an erasure. JGY: CHIC's normalization of [ 050[ implies that it is the logogram *176[, but since it occurs after a separation line, it should start another signgroup, perhaps [ 050[-057-056 (see v.B). * r.B: CHIC: 038-031-025 100[ equally possible. JGY: compare 038-031-010-061 (#270.g) and * >< 019-039-038-031 >< * (#303.g), which suggest that either [ 025-073[ could start a signgroup or stand for 100 *025 100. For signgroup 038-031-025, Linear A provides AU-RE-TE. v.A-B: The separation bar between v.A-B and v.A & v.B implies a signgroup and/or logogram that precedes 300; since the number could be higher by several hundreds more but not by tens or units, it should be denoted ] 300. Perhaps the commodity being recorded here is *016, especially if BOS is modified by the signgroup on both lines v.A & probably r.A, and if 025 is associated with the number 100. v.A: See Inflection Sequence 5a1. v.B: The signgroup is a hapax legomenon. JGY normalizes

side r.A r.B v.A l. i.+v.A-B

inscription | 100[ X | [ ]300 [

transnumeration 073-049 *152 | 050[-057-056 038-031 *025 100[ 008-019 *152 | 050-057-056 *016 [ ]300

normalization KU-RO3 BOS JA-RE TE 100 A3-SA BOS CAP |

| TI[-KI-KU TI-KI-KU [ ]300

Compare r.B: Linear A: AU-RE-TE (KH 6.7) v.A1: Linear A: A-SE *319 (HT 132.1); JA-SA-MU (ZA 15a.6); cf. A-SA-SU-MA-I-SE BOS (GO Wc 1)

Malia, Town (Ville)
#121. MA/V Hh (MASM 90-107/1-2.1), bar with 4 faces [?], from "north of the Sanctuary with Horns" about 120m west by southwest of the main palace, inventoried 1990 (1.9 x [2.6] x 1.9 cm) side a b c d inscription X [ deest ] ]
* *

[

transnumeration X 041[ deest ]013[ ]049

Comments Malia Document Sets, II: Palace 1 Since the pierced end of the bar is not preserved, sides a/c are arbitrarily labeled. d: the original signgroup may have been 056-049, KU-RO JGY normalizes side a b c d inscription X [ deest ]
*

[
*

transnumeration X 041[ deest ]*152[ ]049

normalization X WA (TELA)[ deest ]BOS[ ]RO

]

Miscellaneous Hieroglyphic Documents
a web edition with commentary
inaugural date: 2 January 2005; last update: 9 July 2010

Notes For best viewing results, widen this webfile to at least 25 cm. In the commentary (not in the headings), CHIC documents (numbers preceded by #) in bold (e.g., #225) are sealstones or impressions. In the "normalizations" (phonetic readings) suggested below, the phonetic identifications of the Hiero signs are based on Notes on the Signs, a separate study of the individual signs, their resemblances to Linear A/B signs and the patterns of their use in Hiero. The phonetic values of signs in black are considered certain; those in red are considered probable; and those in green are considered possible. With green values, sometimes only the consonant is guessed and the syllable is then rendered as in the following Kv. A raised asterisk after the syllabogram indicates the reading is doubtful (e.g.,
*

), similarly for the underlined transnumeration and normalization (e.g., 042 A).

Malia
non-administrative documents
.

#316 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yb 01: HMp 18382 [Mu I 35], Chamaizi Vase; from V 5 inscription X Comments Cf. or transnumeration X 049-041-006-025

* 049-041-006-057 (#327). Notes to Sign 041, App. VI, and Notes to Signgroups, App. XVI suggest separating the signs thus: .

#316 in AB values signgroup RO3-WA-NWA-TE Linear A U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI (PK Za 11c), A-RI-NI-TA (HT 25a.3, ZA 8.2-3), DA-RUNE-TE (HT 98b.2), I-*79-RI-NI-TA (PH 6.2)

#317 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yb 02: MASM M 67/260 [Mu I 37], pithos; from Mu III 8 inscription * * * >< transnumeration 042-057-010-034-028-093-065

Comments CHIC: Sign 010 or 088? Sign 093, 031 or 049? Sign 070 at the end (Mu I) is excluded. JGY: For the possibility that the penultimate sign is 031, cf. ^gt;? 070-028-031 (#307.b). Since 042 is an initial, the signgroup begins there; the last two signs may be retrograde. Sign * 010 is doubtful; sign 057 lacks the usual haft in signs incised on clay - haftless, it resembles 057 on sealstones. Sign * 093 appears only here. The way the signs were written on the pithos suggests separations: the first four signs are arranged in a straight line, but 028 is positioned above 034 and the final two signs are placed at some distance away, 065 above * 093. The first three signs may be a separate signgroup; see Inflection Sequence 1. JGY normalizes * * * >< 042-057-010-034 028 093-065 ><

There is no Linear A parallel for A-KI-RI-TA, but if A were the common prefix, there are parallels for KI-RI-TA, and, with a suffix, SU-KI-RI-TA (PH Wa 32; cf. HT HT Zb 158b). #317 in AB values signgroup A-KI-RI-TA Linear A KI-RI-TA2 (HT 114a.1; HT 121.1 (heading/placename), KI-RE-TA2 (HT 85b.1-2; HT 129.1); the objective ]KI-RE-TA-NA (KH 2.3, 2nd heading). Cf. SU-KI-RITA (PH Wa 32; cf. HT HT Zb 158b) KU common (e.g., HT 127b.4-5; HT Wa 1471-1622); and as adjunct *188+KU, TELA+KU, GRA+KU TU-NU (KA Zf 1)

KU2 NU?-TI or TI-NU?

#318 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yb 03: MASM M 68/151 [Mu I 38], plate; from Mu IV 4, central compartment inscription * >< transnumeration 051-092-092 ><

Comments CHIC: the drawing of 051 is rather crude; one might also consider 037. The inscription was incised after firing. Compare 041 (#089.b2), and X 7000 X 016-038-007 *051 7000 (#090.a-b), both from Mallia Mu. #318 in AB values signgroup >KI-RU-RU <RU-RU-KI Linear A ~KI-RO ("owed"); cf. KA-RE-RO (HT Wc 3003) cf. RU-RA2 (HT 11b.1); cf. A-RU 1 • 1 , *312 1 (HT 49a.6)

051-051-051-

#319 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yb 04: MASM 65 M/H 200 [Mu I 39], pithos cover; from Mu inscription ] * >< transnumeration ]088-087-070-027 ><

Comments CHIC: 087, certainly not 072 (Mu I). The inscription was incised after firing. Sign 088 occurs only one other time: X 160 -003/VIR3 160 (#049.d2). If an adjunct, it would then function like Linear A *313 which occurs in three versions, all only with VIR. This suggests that VIR might have occurred before the break in the sherd. In three Linear A documents, VIR+*313 occurs at the end of a list (HT 89.3; HT 94a.2; HT 100.3) and just before the total (KU-RO; also see HT 127b.5); *313 occurs thrice more, as part of a couple VIR+*313b and CYP+D, on just one document KH 7a.2-5. It is possible, then that the rest of the inscription here, 087-070-027 A*301-RO-RA3, is some version of KU-RO.

JGY normalizes +] * >< 003+]088 087-070-027 ><

#319 in AB values signgroup >VIR3+]A*313-A*301-RO-RA3 <RA3-RO-A*301-A*313[ Linear A VIR+*313 KU-RO ("balance," "total") SA-*301-RI (ZA 11b.1); cf. VIR+*313c ... *310 (HT 127b.4-5)

#320 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yb 05: MASM 68 M/H 205 [Mu I 400, base of a small vase; from Mu III 3b inscription >? transnumeration 041-059-025 >?

Comments The signgroup may be intact or consist of a signgroup plus logogram or a string of logograms; see Notes to sign 041, App. VI. #320 in AB values signgroup WA-MA-TE Linear A A-MI-TA (ZA 10b.4-5)

#321 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yb 06: MASM 69 M/H 206 [Mu I 41], sherd; from Mu H/J 3 east part inscription ] >< transnumeration ]056-070 ><

#321 in AB values signgroup ]KU-RO Linear A ~KU-RO ("balance," "total")

#322 MA/M (Malia, Quartier Mu) Yc 01: HMp 18383[Mu I 36], Chamaizi Vase; from Mu III 4, west bench inscription X transnumeration 008-068

Comments CHIC: or 096- ? Inscribed in black paint (before firing?). Notes to Sign 068, App. XXIX, suggests that 068 is a terminal. For the signgroup, compare < and * 009-068 *011 (#225, normalized). Phonetically, the signgroup recurs on Chamaizi Vase, #329, and probably on #331. #322 in AB values signgroup A-Rv Linear A A-RI (PH 6.1, 3), A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, b.2-3; HT 49a.6)

<-070-050-056 009-068 (#119.v),

#323 MA/N (Malia, Quartier Nu) Yb 01: MASM N 2260, pithos cover; from outside the Chrysolakkos. inscription X [ transnumeration 006[

#323 in AB values signgroup NWA[ Linear A

#324 MA/N (Malia, Quartier Nu) Yb 02: HMp 11149, Chamaizi Vase from Quartier Nu, charnier 3 (EM III-MM II) inscription X transnumeration X 057-023-070-018

Comments Mallia Document Sets, II: Palace 1, related The same signgroup probably recurs: ] [ ]023 018-070[ (#055.a), and see Notes to Signgroups, App. XX and 06b Transaction Terms, App. XXVIII, both of which suggest separating 018. If the two signgroups are basically identical, the switch in the last two signs may reflect differences between the two supports, their provenance, and their context dates.

#324 in AB values signgroup KI-TU-RO-RA4 Linear A QE/KA-TI-RA-DU (HT 58.1)

#325 MA/P (Malia, Palace) Yb 01: HMp no. ? [ÉM], Chamaizi Vase inscription [ #324 in AB values signgroup KU2[ Linear A KU-RO ? transnumeration 028[

#326 MA/P (Malia, Palace) Yb 02: HMp 7833 [ÉM], Chamaizi Vase inscription ]• transnumeration ]•-053

Comments CHIC: For the sign to the left of the "jug", cf. Chapouthier 1946, p. 89, whose "double horn" is hardly convincing. #326 in AB values signgroup ]•-JA Linear A

#327 MA/P (Malia, Palace) Yb 03: HMp no. ?, Chamaizi Vase inscription * Comments Cf. transnumeration 049-041-006-057

049-041-006-025 (#316, #327). Notes to Sign 041, App. VI, and Notes to Signgroups, App. XVI suggest separating the signs thus: * or *.

#327 in AB values signgroup RO3-WA-NWA-KI Linear A U-NA-RU-KA-NA-TI (PK Za 11c), A-RI-NI-TA (HT 25a.3, ZA 8.2-3), DA-RUNE-TE (HT 98b.2), I-*79-RI-NI-TA (PH 6.2)

#328 MA/V (Malia, Town) Ya 01: HM E 415. Offering table of blue limestone (context not datable) inscription * transnumeration 062-034-002-056-070-025-019-051-070-094-034-056-077-049-038029

Comments CHIC: a piece carrying the extreme left of the first sign is now missing: sign 065 is therefore theoretically possible, but see Marinatos's drawing (JdI 52, 1937, cols. 229-230) and Chapouthier 1938 (in Chapouthier 1937, there is an initial mark). Some sign combinations appear in other documents:

<td * X

</td

X 034-002 20 (#058.c2) X X 056-070 KU-RO ~ Linear A KU-RO ("balance", "total") cf. 070-031-034 (#054.e) [also 070-031-019 (#056.aA)]. Linear A RU-SA (HT 96a.3) and Linear B Ru-SI (KN Ak X 008-056-070 (#132) X 022-056-070-061 (*#071)

X X X [ * JGY normalizes, based on the above

634L, X8214B, and L 588.01) X 034-056 6400 (#049.c1); Notes to Signgroups, App. XXII X 056-077 (#112.b, #113.b2, #200) X 029-077-049 (#295.b) 049-038[ (E113.a) 011-038-029 (#072)

062-034-002 ]NA-TA-VIR2 #328 in AB values word signgroup 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. TE-SA-KI RO-E-TA ]NA-TA-VIR2

056-070 KU-RO

025-019-051 TE-SA-KI

070-094-034 RO-E-TA

056-077 KU-RU2

049-038-029 RO3-JA-MA

transaction

KU-RO

LinearA common ending -NA-TE, NA-TI; cf. VIR+KA ... NA-TI (HT 97a.1, 4), VIR ... TA-NA-TI (HT 7a.1, 4), VIR ... KU-PA3-NA-TU (HT 119a.1, 3) KU-RO ("balance," "total") TU-SU (PK 1.6-7); TE-JA ("five"; HT Zd 156); I 051 = ? fraction (see notes to #089, and Notes to Sign 051) KU-RO ("balance," "total") RU-JA (KN Wc 26 ), ]RE-JA-MA[ (TRA Zb 1 alternative) cf. common endings -RA-JA (KI-KI-RA-JA, HT 85b.1), -RI-JA (e.g., KUPA3-RI-JA & PA-SA-RI-JA: HT 24a.1), -RU-JA (I-RU-JA, HT 7a.2; )

KU-RU2 RO3-JA-MA

Given the parallels, it is remotely possible that this inscription records adj/verb ]NA-TA place TE-SA-KI RO-E-TA KU-RU2 RO3-JA-MA commodity VIR2 transaction KU-RO

#329 MA/V (Malia, Town) Yb 01: HMp 11158, base of a Chamaizi Vase inscription X transnumeration X 049-042

Comments Mallia Document Sets, II: Palace 1, related CHIC reads an initial X, but the mark, perhaps a potter's mark, is placed at a little distance from the signgroup. Since 042 is an initial, the inscription should be read retrograde. Phonetically, the signgroup recurs on Chamaizi Vase, #322, and probably #331. JGY normalizes 042-049 #329 in AB values signgroup <A-RO3 Linear A A-RI (PH 6.1, 3), A-RU (HT 9a.5-6, b.2-3; HT 49a.6)

#330 MA/V (Malia, Town) Yb 02: MASM 90-109/4.1, amphora handle inscription ] •[ >< transnumeration ]029-064-•[ ><

#330 in AB values signgroup >]MA-DA-•[ <]•-DA-MA[ Linear A MA-DA-TI (PK 1.8) DU-DA-MA (HT 6b.4), I-DA-MA-TE (AR Zf 1 & 2), MI-DA-MA-RA2 (ARCH Zf 9)

MA/V (Malia, Town) Yb 03: MASM 93.0540.28, amphora handle (Schoep, Ilse. 1995. "A New Cretan Hieroglyphic Inscription from Malia (MA/V Yb 03)," Kadmos 34: 63-77) inscription ] [ transnumeration ]042-028[ normalization ]A-KU2[

Compare Linear A: A-KI-RO (ARKH 4b.4)

Phaistos
CHIC #122. PH Hi 01 (HM 1), Tablet: SM I P.121, pp. 21, 148, 179: from the palace, but recognized only after being excavated, 1901: MonAnt 12, 1902, pp. 96-97, pl. VIII, fig. 2; 13, 1903, p. 26, fig. 11) (8.1 x 4.1 x 1.1 cm) As on the tablet side inscription * * r.1 r.2 v 25 vacat transnumeration 038-047-047 *153 20Δ *158 20Δ *154 20Δ *155 20Δ *153 25ΔΣ *158 25ΔΣ vacat *154 25Σ *155 25Σ

20 25
*

20 25

20
*

20 25

CHIC normalizes side r.1 inscription
* *

transnumeration 20 20 20 20 038-047-047 *153 20Δ *158 20Δ *154 20Δ *155 20Δ *153 25ΔΣ
* *

r.2

25 25 25 25

*158 25ΔΣ *154 25Σ *155 25Σ vacat

v

vacat

Comments CHIC: Linear A according to Raison-Pope 1994, 265-6 (PH 32). r.1.2: *158 recurs only on KN bar #065. The document presents two lists (r.1 & r.2) of the same commodities, ordered in the same order. The first * * list has a heading 038-047-047; the second list has none. The second list records amounts of 5-plus over those of the first list. One * * interpretation would be to see list 2 as a target and list 1 as amounts collected; on the model of #118, 038-047-047 could even be similar to KU-RO-RO (see #061). The Linear A parallels suggest a retrograde reading for this signgroup. JGY normalizes side inscription * * r.1 transnumeration 038-047-047 transnumeration JA-QE-QE

20 20 20 20

*153 20Δ *158 20Δ *154 20Δ *155 20Δ *153 25ΔΣ

GRA 20 1/3 OLE 20 1/3 OLIV 20 1/3 FIC 20 1/3 GRA 25 1/3 Σ OLE 25 1/3 Σ OLIV 25 Σ FIC 25

r.2

vacat

25 25 25 25

* *

*158 25ΔΣ *154 25Σ *155 25 vacat *155 25 vacat

v

vacat

Compare r.1: Linear A: JA-QE (HT 37.6 alternative), ]-JA-QE (KN Za 17); or, if retrograde, QA-QA-RU (HT 93a.4; HT 111a.3; HT 118.2-3; HT 122b.3-4); QA-QA-DA (PE 2.3-4)

Prodromos
#331 PRODROMOS Yb 01: drawing in SM I, Chamaizi Vase (according to Sabine Beckman [pers. com. email 6 Sep 2009): "Prodromos" is actually "Prodromos
Botzano," as given by Evans. Beckman has determined that this is the area around a small church south and above the plateia of Kritsa, opposite the large modern church.

inscription X #331 in AB values

transnumeration X 042-091

signgroup A-

Linear A
049, and she compares #329 from MA Ville (Quartier Theta

Beckman (pers. com. email 19 Sep 2009) suggests, probably rightly, 091 (hapax here) is a tripliate of [Malia beach]): X X 049-042; if so, then compare #322 and #329.

Symi
SY Hf 01: Lame (MM IIB context; A. Lebessi, P. Muhly, J.-P. Olivier, "An Inscription in the Hieroglyphic Script from the Syme Sanctuary, Crete (SY Hf 01)," Kadmos 34.1 [1995] 63-77) side inscription transnumeration normalization A-B ] | ] *171 *308 | *159 *308 ] *171 Koppa | *159 Koppa Comments The lame's inscription is somewhat similar to those using fractions found on a few seals (CHIC #206, #291, #292; and KN S = CMS II 3.23) reconstructed in Notes to Signgroups XV. From the discussion there, if might be possible to recognize in *159 the logogram for CYP.

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