The Decipherment of Linear B: PY An 654

· Linear B Decipherments

.1  ku-ru-me-no-jo , o-ka , pe-ri-te-u ,
.2  wo-ne-wa , a-ti-ja-wo , e-ru-ta-ra ,
.3  o-*34-ta , me-ta-pi-jo , ke-ki-de ,
.4  VIR 50
.5
.6   u-pi-ja-ki-ri-jo , ku-re-we , VIR 60
.7   me-ta-qe , pe-i , e-qe-ta ,
.8   a-re-ku-tu-ru-wo , e-te-wo-ke-re-we-|i-jo|
.9   -i-jo ,
.10
.11 ta-ti-qo-we-wo , o-ka , to-wa ,
.12 po-ki-ro-qo , pe-ri-no , de-u-ka-ri-jo ,
.13 ra-pe-do , do-qo-ro , pe-ri-ra-wo ,
.14 e-no-wa-ro , to-so-de , pe-di-je-we ,
.15 wa-wo-u-de , ke-ki-de  VIR 10
.16 u-ru-pi-ja-jo VIR 10 ku-re-we VIR 20
.17 i-wa-so  VIR 10
.18 o-ka-ra3  VIR 10

    1. a-re-ku-tu-ru-wo |
    2. a-ti-ja-wo |
    3. de-u-ka-ri-jo |  Δευκαλίων (Deukalion) | son of Minos, father of Idomeneus; a Trojan
    4. do-qo-ro |
    5. e-no-wa-ro |
    6. e-qe-ta | ἀκάτη  (akate) | boat, light vessel
    7. e-ru-ta-ra | ἐρυθρή (eruthre) | red, ruddy
    8. e-te-wo-ke-re-we-|i-jo| |
    9. i-wa-so  |
    10. ke-ki-de |
    11. ku-re-we |
    12. ku-ru-me-no-jo | *κυρυμενοιο (kurumenoio) [genitive] *of wheel(s) || from LinA ku-ru-ma | kuruma | chariot, wheel
    13. me-ta-pi-jo |
    14. me-ta-qe |
    15. o-*34-ta |
    16. o-ka | ὀχή (oke) | anything that bears or carries; *a riding
    17. o-ka-ra3  |
    18. pe-di-je-we | πεδιά(ς) (pedias) | flat, level; on or of the plain
    19. pe-i | πει | where
    20. pe-ri-ra-wo | περιρρέω (perirreo) | to flow around
    21. pe-ri-no | πρῖνο(ς) (prinos) | holm oak, Quercus ilex
    22. pe-ri-te-u | περιττεύ(ω) (peritteu) | to be abundant
    23. po-ki-ro-qo |
    24. ra-pe-do | ῥαπτός (raptos) | continuous
    25. ta-ti-qo-we-wo |
    26. to-so-de | τοσόσδε (tosoze) | many
    27. to-wa |
    28. u-pi-ja-ki-ri-jo |
    29. u-ru-pi-ja-jo |
    30. wa-wo-u-de |
    31. wo-ne-wa |

.1  *κυρυμενοιο ὀχή περιττευ

  •    Abundant chariots

.2  wo-ne-wa , a-ti-ja-wo , ἐρυθρή ,
.3  o-*34-ta , me-ta-pi-jo , ke-ki-de ,
.4  VIR 50
.5
.6  u-pi-ja-ki-ri-jo , ku-re-we , VIR 60
.7  me-ta-qe , πει ἀκάτη ,
.8  a-re-ku-tu-ru-wo , e-te-wo-ke-re-we-|i-jo|
.9  -i-jo ,
.10
.11 ta-ti-qo-we-wo , ώκη , to-wa ,
.12 po-ki-ro-qo , πρῖνο δευκαλίων ,
.13 ῥαπτός , do-qo-ro , περιρρέω
.14 e-no-wa-ro , τοσόσδε πεδιάς
.15 wa-wo-u-de , ke-ki-de , VIR 10
.16 u-ru-pi-ja-jo VIR 10 ku-re-we VIR 20
.17 i-wa-so  VIR 10
.18 o-ka-ra.i  VIR 10

Notes:

Hapaxi > de-u-ka-ri-jo * do-qo-ro * e-no-wa-ro * ku-ru-me-no-jo * me-ta-pi-jo * pe-di-je-we * pe-ri-ra-wo * ra-pe-do * ta-ti-qo-we-wo * to-wa * u-pi-ja-ki-ri-jo * wa-wo-u-de * wo-ne-wa

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