NOTES ON THE CRETAN HIEROGLYPHIC SCRIPT

@inproceedings{Brice1990NOTESOT,
  title={NOTES ON THE CRETAN HIEROGLYPHIC SCRIPT},
  author={William Charles Brice},
  year={1990}
}
Le present texte traite du signe de l'oiseau perche (Evans N°80), du systeme hieroglyphique cretois, dont une dizaine de formes a ete identifiee. 
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