Linear A tablet dealing with wheat and spices:
Note that on this tablet, the word toesato/totaesato/toekito/totaekito (whichever one of these 4 alternatives it is and whatever it means) is conjectural, since I find it difficult to determine how many syllabograms there are in it.
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I ment to say Another interesting post…have to edit better. Thank you for rebloging several of my posts. I’m glad you found relevant material.
Yes, I figured as much. But I just wanted to draw it to your attention. I am delighted to reblog any relelvant material from your blog to mine, must as you do from mine to yours. Keep posted. I am about to upload onto my academia.edu account the most comprehensive Linear A lexicon by far, exceeding that of Prof. John G. Younger by 225 terms. It includes lengthy commentaries and runs to over 42 pages!!!! I am sure you will want to reblog it.
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Thank you, I will keep my eye out for it.
Thanks. What is your real name? I need to acknowledge you when I publish my Comprehensive Linear A Leixcon on academia.edu.
I especially need to know whether or not you have any published papers related to crops in Minoan and Mycenaean times,
or in the late Neolithic or Bronze Ages in particular, or failing that, I need you to send me the links to specific
posts on your site dealing with these items. Please send all info. to me via e-mail to:
Bye for now
Reblogged this on Ancientfoods and commented:
smothering interesting post.
Thank you. I am not sure what you mean by “smothering”.
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