Now on, Translation of Linear A tablet HT 13 into proto-Greek

Now on, Translation of Linear A tablet HT 13 into proto-Greek:

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3 thoughts on “Now on, Translation of Linear A tablet HT 13 into proto-Greek”

  1. Hiya, so I guess I’m confused. Most of the research I’ve seen has seemed to suggest that Linear A was a Semitic language, rather than Indo-European Proto-Greek. Was this tablet a later Linear A tablet made by the Mycenaeans before they developed Linear B?


    1. There is absolutely no consensus whatsoever on what Linear A represents. But notice that I speak of a proto-Greek and Mycenaean Greek superstrate, which is a lexicon of words imported into the substrate language, Minoan. Yes, this is a latter-day Linear A tablet, and it may very well been inscribed by scribes using Mycenaean Greek in the Linear syllabary, just before its last throes, when it was replaced by Linear B ca. 1450 BCE. Hope this helps, Anthony.




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