The last two military supersyllabograms KO & WI with (animal) hide


The last two military supersyllabograms KO & WI with (animal) hide:

Military supersyllabogram KO & WI with hide

The military supersyllabograms KO kowo = “fleece” & WI = (kito) wirineo = “leather (chiton)” with (animal) hide are the last two we can account for in the military sector. Although I have not been able to find either of them on any extant Linear B. Tablet, they are attested according to John Chadwick.

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4 thoughts on “The last two military supersyllabograms KO & WI with (animal) hide”

  1. I am I am !! These have been really interesting tablets Richard and you are to be congratulated for all the hard work you have put into them. I just don’t know how on earth you have worked them out TERRIFIC ! It is going to take a while for me to grasp these translations but you know I will do my best.

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