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Pre-Hellenic Language(s) of Crete
Survey of the five corpora of pre-Hellenic Cretan inscriptions : date ; type of documents ; length of the texts ; characteristics of the writings ; main linguistic features ; current state of theExpand
The most Ancient Cypriot text Written in Greek: The Opheltas’ Spit
In 1979, a long (87.2 cm) bronze implement (fig. 1) has been found in a fairly rich tomb of palaepaphos-Skales,1 in the very core of the later paphian syllabary. the tomb is dated cg I,2 i.e. betweenExpand
The Cypro-Minoan Tablet No. 1885 (Enkomi): An Analysis
1 Reproduction of the facsimile by L. Godart (Godart–Sacconi, 1979, 130) corrected after Masson 1970 and the autopsies of J.-P. Olivier in 2001 and 2005. 2 The facsimile reproduced by Olivier 2007,Expand
Problems in Decipherment
Deciphering Bronze Age Scripts of Crete - The Case of Linear A
  • Y. Duhoux
  • Computer Science
  • 1 November 1990
Linear A is a script used in the Aegean area, mainly in the island of Crete, and it appears in two types of documents: accounting documents and the non accounting ones. Expand
A companion to linear B : Mycenaean Greek texts and their world
Linear B is the earliest form of writing used for Greek. The tablets written in this script offer crucial information about the Mycenaean Greeks and their time. This Companion aims at not onlyExpand
Linear B : a 1984 survey
Eteocypriot and Cypro-Minoan 1–3
In another study (Duhoux [2010a]), I have examined some features of the languages written in the three most important Cypro-Minoan (= CM) writing systems, CM 1, 2 and 3. These scripts areExpand