Minoan Linear A, Linear B, Knossos & Mycenae now ranked onfirstpage of Google search on “minoan linear a mycenaean linear b” Even though the official name of our research site was not even changed fromLinear B, Knossos & MycenaetoMinoan Linear A, Linear B, Knossos & Mycenaeuntil June 2016, and in spite of the fact that we had never conducted any really serious research into Minoan Linear A and any potential for its partial decipherment prior to May 2106, our premier research site into the three major ancient Linear scripts, Minoan Linear A, Mycenaean Linear B & Arcado-Cypriot Linear, all of which I am on deeply familiar terms with, has risen from virtuallynopresence in cross-disciplinary studies of Minoan Linear A and Mycenaean Linear B in tandem prior to May 2016, to theeighthposition the first page of this Google search on Sept. 1 2016. But if you eliminate the hits which deal witheitherLinear AorLinear B exclusively (i.e. alone) = Booleanorexclusive, our rank jumps from8to3. Enough said.

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## Boolean chart of The 5 Principles of Cross-correlative Retrogressive Extrapolation from Mycenaean Linear B to Minoan Linear A

Boolean chart ofThe 5 Principles of Cross-correlative Retrogressive Extrapolation from Mycenaean Linear B to Minoan Linear A: Here we see a Boolean chart of The 5 Principles of Cross-correlative Retrogressive Extrapolationfrom Mycenaean Linear B to Minoan Linear A. Before explaining the Boolean chart, it ishighly advisable for us to review the 5 Principles of Cross-correlative Retrogressive Extrapolation from Mycenaean Linear B to Minoan Linear A, which you can read in full here:The 5 principles applicable to the rational partial decipherment of Minoan Linear A: for without a thorough understanding of these 5 principles, you will be unable to follow the novel methodology I have devised for the partial, not total, decipherment of Minoan Linear Aà partir de(extrapolated from) Mycenaean Linear B. Once you have carefully read over these 5 principles, the Boolean chart above should become pretty much transparent. For instance, the Minoan Linear A wordpukois a perfect match for the Mycenaean Linear B wordtiripode(= 100%). Likewise, the Minoan Linear A termsedinais a perfect match with Linear Bselinon= celery. That is why the overlap between the two terms is illustrated as acircle within a circle(since displaying only 1 circle would not get the idea across clearly). Since Minoan Linear Aqareto is very likely to correspond to Mycenaean Linear Bonato = lease field, theoverlap is > 75 %, and is mapped out asSets A B & C completely overlapping in the Boolean chart.Likewise,saru= small olives in Minoan Linear A> 60 %and is again charted as Sets A B & C overlapping. On the other hand,tisain Minoan Linear A, which apparently =amotewiya=description of pottery?in Mycenaean Linear B (though we can never be certain of this), comes in at a scalar value of < 50 %, mapped out in the Boolean chart asSets A & BorA & Conly. In our Minoan Linear A Glossary of 110 terms,36terms clock in a scalar value of> 75 %58clock in with a scalar value of> 60 %16 clock in with a scalar value of < 50 % TOTAL =110Thus,84or76 %of all the terms in the Glossary of Minoan Linear A are either extremely reliable( > 75 %)or reasonably reliable( > 60 %).

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