The First Ever KEYBOARD MAP for the Arcado-Cypriot TTF Font!


The First Ever KEYBOARD MAP for the Arcado-Cypriot TTF Font: Click to ENLARGE

Arcado-Cypriot Linear C Keyboard
This is the first time ever that anyone has posted the Keyboard Map or the Arcado-Cypriot TTF Font. As such, I reserve all rights for the map. If you wish to use this keyboard map, please feel free to do so, but since it is under international copyright, it is both illegal not to acknowledge the source, and ethical to acknowledge it. Since my copyright stamp is on the map, you will automatically be acknowledging it when you use it. However, anyone erasing the copyright restrictions will be subject to legal procedure. Please respect the work I have put into this map.

This month, I shall also release a Keyboard Map for both the Mycenaean Linear B & Arcado-Cypriot Linear C fonts, which will make the task of typing both fonts much easier for students and researchers of Mycenaean Linear B & Arcado-Cypriot Linear C.

In order to use the Linear C font, you must first download it at:

Arcado-Cypriot Linear C TTF
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the Linear C Font Chart. This is the only site where you can find the Linear C Font in TTF format. All other sites provide it in UNICODE format, which is incompatible with Windows.

Thank you




Published by


Historical linguist, Linear B, Mycenaean Greek, Minoan Linear A, Arcado-Cypriot Linear C, ancient Greek, Homer, Iliad, only Blog ENTIRELY devoted to Linear B on Internet; bilingual English- French, read Latin fluently, read Italian & ancient Greek including Linear B well, Antikythera Mechanism

7 thoughts on “The First Ever KEYBOARD MAP for the Arcado-Cypriot TTF Font!”

    1. DITTO! I shall be making just a few new posts between now and Dec. 31, but things will really pick up in 2015. I shall post more of your tablet translations in January, and possibly one or two this month, though I cannot promise. Need a real break, and I am taking it. And Happy New Year 2015 to you and John!




      1. I think we all need a break after Xmas celebrations Richard, but you especially, as I know you have been working on your blog. I am printing out your posts about ” Linear C ” and saving them in a special folder as I think I may need them at some stage later. What do you think ? Happy New Year to yourself and Louis. I am looking forward to 20l5 Linear B Lessons.


        1. That is fine. You should do what you think it is best for you. But you will not need to bother with Linear C until your LAST year of University studies. It is best you just set all the info. aside in your Linear C folder as you are doing now, and leave it at that. Or course, reading the posts on Linear C tablets is highly instructive and great fun anyway, so why not….

          Have a wonderful New Years 2015. I shall be in touch with you again early in January.



    1. Well, I will show you how to type the Linear B Font on your keyboard in early January. Just remind me.


      PS Merry Christmas!


Comments are closed.