The Cretan Script Family Includes the Carian Alphabet

@inproceedings{Revesz2017TheCS,
  title={The Cretan Script Family Includes the Carian Alphabet},
  author={Peter Z. Revesz},
  year={2017}
}
The Cretan Script Family is a set of related writing systems that have a putative origin in Crete. Recently, Revesz [11] identified the Cretan Hieroglyphs, Linear A, Linear B, the Cypriot syllabary, and the Greek, Old Hungarian, Phoenician, South Arabic and Tifinagh alphabets as members of this script family and using bioinformatics algorithms gave a hypothetical evolutionary tree for their development and presented a map for their likely spread in the Mediterranean and Black Sea areas. The… CONTINUE READING

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