Decipherment of Haghia Triada tablet HT 11 entirely in Mycenaean derived Greek


Decipherment of Haghia Triada tablet HT 11 entirely in Mycenaean derived Greek:

HT 11

If we read this tablet as if it were inscribed in Mycenaean derived Greek, it does actually make sense. While the tablet is partially an inventory, the rest of it is a religious ceremony for (farmed?) land leased out, blessed by 3 priests. It is much more complex than most tablets either in Linear A or in Linear B.

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3 thoughts on “Decipherment of Haghia Triada tablet HT 11 entirely in Mycenaean derived Greek”

    1. Yes, it certainly is. All you have to do is substitute Linear B syllabograms for Linear A and you will see for yourself it is indeed Mycenaean.

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