Astonishing commentary on my Exhaustive Linear A lexicon, comparing my achievements to those of Albert Einstein!
In the past week since I first uploaded my Exhaustive Linear A Lexicon, it has received 410 hits, i.e. downloads, as of 5:00 pm., Monday 7 August 2017. This amounts to almost 60 downloads a day. To download it, click below. You will then be taken to the next page, where you simply click the green DOWNLOAD button.
The lexicon has catapulted me from the top 5% to the top 0.1% of academia.edu users.
Comments and commendations have been pouring in. Unquestionably, the most astonishing is this one:
Other comments include:
Inspired by your new perspective on one of the most studied cultures in the world.
Yes when you see their artifacts and the technology needed to create such items is amazing... Thanks for the reply and keep up the great work
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
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Wonderful comments Richard. Of course I am going to re-blog. Congratulations for your great work.
I am flabbergasted! Wouldn’t you be?
Indeed, I certainly would and I think there are going to be many more
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